May-fly offended at being called a June-bug

Windsor, ON – A May-fly arrived in Windsor this week as part of his species annual convention in Essex County and was shocked when a passerby called him a June-bug. “Seriously it is 2018 people. 2018 and still you’ve a got a segment of society just throwing out names and labels without a thought of how it impacts an insect’s feelings” said Arthur the May-fly as he was stuck to a glass window on Ouellette Avenue on Friday morning.
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Windsor pool blocked from hosting big meets after shark spotted in deep end

Windsor, ON – Swimming Canada announced today that the Windsor International Aquatic Centre would be prohibited from hosting events after a recent shark sighting in the pool.  “We understand the city is working on the previously identified problem with the currents in the outer lanes but the shark issue will also need to be addressed” said spokesperson Catherine Mead.
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Local dog running for MPP in Windsor-West

Windsor, ON – The Windsor-West riding has a new contender who is making gains on the pack in his bid to become a first time member of provincial parliament.   Travis T. Dog  is a long-time resident of Windsor “In dog years I’ve lived in the city for 56 years but this is the first time I have considered running for political office”.  The newly announced candidate has seen a spike in recent polling after his acclimation to be the candidate for the Canine Party “I think people are fed up with the status quo and are looking for a change”.
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