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The Converged Citizen
Moroun Addresses Bridge Worries

By Allanah Wills The vice chairman of the Ambassador Bridge Company is blaming the City of Windsor for the bridge's current condition during a press conference Thursday afternoon. Matt Moroun, son of bridge owner Manuel "Matty" Moroun, called out mayor Drew Dilkens by name, along with the City of Windsor, blaming them repeatedly for blocking the repair of the bridge.

The Converged Citizen
McCartney rocks across the river

"I hear he plays for three hours straight." "Last night his set was two and a half hours and he didn't even take a sip of water." These were some of the rumours over heard around Joe Louis Arena before Paul McCartney's Oct.21 show on his Out There tour.

The Converged Citizen
Little Mermaid swims into town

By Allanah Wills Fans of The Little Mermaid can look forward to seeing the animated film come to life next month on a Windsor stage. Based on the 1989 Disney blockbuster, Windsor Light Music Theatre will bring the production to the Chrysler Theatre starting Nov. 13.

The Converged Citizen
Solider honoured as he's laid to rest

Thousands of people gathered in the streets of Hamilton on Tuesday to pay their respects to fallen soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. The regimental funeral brought mourners from across the country to Cirillo's hometown to say goodbye and thank him for his service. The 24-year-old was fatally shot on Oct.

The Converged Citizen
Thousands of nurses on strike

Almost 3000 nurses from nine different regions hit the picket line on Jan. 30. Using the slogan "forced out for fairness," they are being represented by the Ontario Nursing Association. "The nurses support us," said Kathy Bourque, ONA VP for Erie St. Clair.

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12 ways to save money on purchases throughout the year

Scoring deals and saving money isn't just luck of the draw. There is often a reason behind sales. Use our month-by-month guide to learn the best months to score items for you and your house. January: You're not the only one with a New Year's resolution.

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