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So every month when I get my Visa Bill there is a missing child. The one that makes me the saddest is Michael Dunahee.This one though breaks my heart too. This child has been missing since 1944 all these years his family has been missing him. Not knowing where he is. Maybe if we share this picture. Maybe just maybe someone will know him. Please share.
Tuesday December 6 at 11:35 a.m. I was hit on Albert & Milloy. The lady that hit my car causing me to spin out had ran a stop sign. At least she had the decency to get out of her car and ask if myself and my fiancee were OK, once I started call 911 ( my car was not drivable) she took off in her car leaving only her front license plate behind. Turns out stolen plates. If anyone see a silver Nissan Altima newer model with damage to front end on her passenger side as well as missing the plastic piece to hold up license plate please call the police. The driver was a 24-30 year old female. Not only did she hit & run but caused some back pain in both our backs for driving so fast. I hope the police find you. Shame on you leaving me with nothing but headaches, and no car to get to my full time job.
For the last month coworker and I have been transporting back and forth to work. We are SPOTTING 2 AMAZING MEN Mike from the central 3 and Ernie from the crosstown 2 early am runs Monday to Friday. These two men have gone out of their way to make our trips on time to connect and on time for work. They are sweet and caring always smiling and keeping their passengers safe. Transit windsor needs more of you men to make every experience bright to everyone as you did for us. Gentlemen we will miss you. We both wish you a wonderful Christmas and a bright 2017. Your am gals hold timmies up to You both
In order to increase access to postsecondary education in French in southwestern Ontario, the University of Sudbury will offer for the first time university courses in Windsor.
See below the offer in Journalism and Philosophy, which is scheduled for the 2016-2017 academic year:
tudes journalistiques (night classes)
ETJO 1126FL 20 Introduction la communication (Thursdays)
ETJO 1127FL 20 Initiation au journalisme et aux relations publiques (Mondays/ Wednesdays)
ETJO 2136FL 20 - La presse crite (Wednesdays)
PHIL 2217FL 20 thique de l'environnement (Saturdays)
PHIL 2616FL 20 Anthropologie philosophique (Sundays)
All courses will be offered at the Coll ge Bor al campus in Windsor.
To register :
Contact Janelle Lemieux at 1-705-673-5661, ext 305, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
At the Front Rd LaSalle Petro-Canada this morning my husband and I stopped with our 3 year old and 7-week-old because the toddler wanted a Nutri-Grain bar and had forgotten his at home. After waiting in line for quite a while (lots of lotto tickets/ ProLine in front of me) I got up to pay and took out my card. The lady behind me said "Oh, you're using your card for just that? Put it on my gas tab, especially since you've had to wait so long". Such a small thing but after an exhausting night with my newborn and long morning with the toddler it was so nice for a positive thing to happen! Thank you, and I will pay it forward.
I was at the east end walmart on Saturday afternoon and found a key for a jeep in my cart. If you lost yours there it is at the customer service desk at the front of the store.
Public service announcement.
I understand that it's the holiday season and traffic is heavier than usual. Please have patience and drive safe, and if someone is kind enough to let you merge, please wave as a thank you. I am constantly letting people in and getting no thanks. It takes a second to show appreciation. I'm ready to stop doing so if it isn't acknowledged anymore. We are all in a rush, but it's simple manners.
I'd like to spot Jessica from The Jean Machine at the Devonshire Mall. I went there today with a specific type of jean in mind, she immidiately started pulling jeans. We had a winner after the second pair, she could have told me they were the best, amazing and I should get them and been out of her hair. Instead she wanted to make sure I was completely satisfied, I tried on 15 more pairs!! Every time I opened the door she was there waiting with a warm smile and ready to give me her HONEST opinion about the fit. That meant the world to me. I will definitely be coming back for future purchases and telling everyone about the exceptional service you provided to me today. Thank you Jessica for making me feel like I was the only customer in the store today!