Windsor Morning | Oct 18, 2013 | 5:49

Sports Tourism - Hocktoberfest

There's a sports event that will get underway in Windsor in just less than an hour. And it's attracting more young athletes to the city than the International Children's Games did this past summer. We spoke to Jane Dobson, chairperson of Hocktoberfest.

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