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21st Feb 2019 'I'm more than accountable': Windsor's mayor still refusing to answer questions on 911 call to chief's home
Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens ? who's also the chair of the police services board ?continues to refuse answering questions about a 911 call stemming from the police chief's home. ...

21st Feb 2019 Windsor women petitioning for safe zones against abortion protesters at city hospital
A pair of Windsor women have launched a petition calling on Windsor Regional Hospital to apply for and enforce bubble-zone protection under the Safe Access to Abortion Services Act. ...

21st Feb 2019 Crosswalk proposal moves for council approval despite not making the list
Almost 100 neighbourhood residents and one city councillor are hoping for a signalized crosswalk for pedestrians and cyclists at Cabana Road and Karen Street. ...

21st Feb 2019 Apology, community explored for Black History Month concert at Phog
Gospel, jazz, blues and contemporary music will pour out of Windsor's Phog Lounge downtown Thursday night. ...

21st Feb 2019 Infrastructure minister announces no tolls for cyclists on Gordie Howe Bridge
Hon. Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne met with Windsor community leaders Thursday to discuss the Gordie Howe Bridge project. One surprise announcement was the plan to not charge tolls for cyclist...

21st Feb 2019 'All language should survive': Bangladesh flag raised for International Mother Language Day
"Every two weeks, one language from the planet is getting lost," said Saiful Bhuiyan, president of the Bangladesh Association in Windsor. "When a language gets lost it takes away the culture and heri...

20th Feb 2019 Like Smart Serve, but for cannabis: Ontario unveils mandatory retail pot training certificate
The CannSell certificate will be mandatory for all managers, employees and licence holders planning to work in one of the province's 25 brick-and-mortar pot shops when they open their doors on April ...

21st Feb 2019 Ontario musician becomes drum tutor on Oscar-nominated film
If Boheiman Rhapsody wins Best Picture at this Sunday's Academy Awards, don't be surprised if one of the film's actors gets up on stage and thanks a Chatham, Ont. man for showing him how to impersona...

21st Feb 2019 Committee recommends deferral of west-end bus terminal relocation
The city's Environment, Transportation and Public Safety Standing Committee recommends the west-end bus terminal relocation project be deferred. The item still needs to go to council for final approv...

21st Feb 2019 Sarnia tow truck operators behind new housing project for homeless youth
Young people struggling with homelessness in Sarnia will have a chance to rent their own affordable apartment this summer. ...

14th Feb 2019 Tagged by Aminah Khan, Windsor student at Vincent Massey
Aminah Khan, 16, is one of 10 finalists in the Grades 10 to 12 category of The First Page student writing challenge. ...

20th Feb 2019 Downtown robbery has transgender community concerned
A robbery at a building on Wyandotte street is being labelled a hate crime by LGBTQ+ group, W.E. Trans Support. ...

20th Feb 2019 Winter has Windsor woman in wheelchair feeling 'stuck' in her own home
When Environment Canada issues a special weather statement, Joannie Cowie says she feels like a prisoner in her own home. ...

20th Feb 2019 Some are calling Ontario's latest salt shortage unprecedented
Ontario homeowners and contractors are struggling with what some call an unprecedented province-wide shortage of salt, leaving them with few options as another encore of freezing rain bears down on a...

20th Feb 2019 'We're asking the government for a little bit of help': local wineries, chamber of commerce proposing changes
The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce is advocating for policy changes for the wine and grape sector. ...

20th Feb 2019 Service Ontario warns of delays for marriage, birth and death certificates
Anyone requesting certificates could experience delays of up to three-and-a-half months. ...

20th Feb 2019 US automakers to Trump: Don't slap tariffs on imported cars
America's auto industry is bracing for a potential escalation in President Donald Trump's tariff war with the world, one that could weaken the global auto industry and economy, inflate car prices and...

20th Feb 2019 Charges laid in human trafficking investigation, possible victim saved
Police have arrested one suspect in a human trafficking investigation. ...

20th Feb 2019 Chemical Bank wins naming rights for Cobo Center
Chemical Bank has been awarded the naming rights for the Cobo convention centre in downtown Detroit. ...

20th Feb 2019 Windsor's junior squash players excel in tournaments across Canada
Youth from ages 10 to 19 participated last weekend at national-level tournaments for squash. ...

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