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  • NightToShine2018-thumbA Night
    To Shine!

    March 25th, 2018
    Photos by Karen Detmar

    InHonourGala20In Honour of the Ones
    We Love Gala 20 

    February 3rd, 2018
    Photos by Sooters

    2017ProbertRide-thumb2017 Annual
    Probert Ride  

    June 25th, 2017
    Photos by Gord Gray

    2017TweedRide-thumb2017 Windsor
    Tweed Ride  

    May 13th, 2017
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    2017CincoDeMayo-thumbCinco De Mayo
    Hosted by T2B & Scotiabank  

    May 5th, 2017
    Photos Courtesy T2B

    Gala XX  

    January 28th, 2017
    Photos Courtesy T2B

    ComiCon 2016  

    October 15th-16th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    BMXjam-thumb8th Annual

    September 25th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    TourDiViaItalia-thumb2016 Tour Di
    Via Italia  

    September 4th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    DreamCruzFirst Annual
    Ouellette Car Cruise  

    August 19th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    WalkervilleBuskerfest-thumb2016 Walkerville

    August 12th-14th, 2016
    Photos by Jim Baillie

    SkaterFest-thumb2016 Flight Club
    Skater Fest  

    August 6th-7th, 2016
    Photos by Dick Hildebrand


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  • ERCA's Greenway Connect Communities

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    When the community gathered last October to open the Rotary (1918) Centennial Hub, the section of trail which connects the Town of Tecumseh, Town of LaSalle, and Herb Gray Parkway trail systems with the Chrysler Canada Greenway, it was celebration that was over 20 years in the making. The effort started in 1994, when the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) began discussions with the Canadian Southern Railway Company (CSX) to purchase an abandoned line running from Oldcastle to Kingsville.

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  • The Mixx: You Name It....They Can Probably Play It


    Hall of Famer Nino Maniaci has been enmeshed in music for the past 40 years. As he tells it, he began taking lessons at the age of 15 while attending W.D.Lowe High school. “My parents, who had come to Canada from Italy, wanted me to take up the accordion,” recalls the Windsor native, “and I asked them if they wanted me to get killed in school, so I started with the guitar.” Eventually, he switched over to the bass and the the saying goes…is history. “I played in multiple bands over the years,” he says, “and I’m still on the bass.” His attitude is in the right place. As a financial adviser with Sun Life for the last 30 years, Nino is quite satisfied with his career and he treats music as a part-time gig…. “something to have fun with.” He’s pretty good at it too, having played with the likes of Rick Rock and Joe Konas. And, when he retires from his full time job in five years, he intends to deepen his involvement in music.
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