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22nd Jan 2018 Health unit has no plans to apply for provincially funded Overdose Prevention Site
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is not planning to apply for provincial funding to operate an Overdose Prevention Site - but continues to explore a supervised injection site. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Centennial Park announced as location for new Amherstburg high school
Amherstburg council has announced the town's new secondary school will be located at Centennial Park. The decision was made Monday night in a closed door meeting that lasted over an hour and a half. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Point Pelee reopens to the public Tuesday following deer cull
Parks Canada staff and members of Caldwell First nation have completed a two-week long deer cull at Point Pelee National Park. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Ford City BIA wants dry house moved out of business corridor
Business owners and residents in Ford City are concerned about the location of a proposed 'dry house' on Drouillard Road. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Sarnia, Ont. city councillor gets pummelled in pro wrestling ring
Politics can be a bit of a knock-em-down, drag-em out sport. A Sarnia, Ont. city councillor took that notion to heart when he stepped into a professional wrestling ring on the weekend. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Wind turbines shut down amid investigation into collapse
A company in Chatham-Kent, Ont. has shut down all 51 of its wind turbines as a precaution until an investigation reveals what caused one of the turbines to collapse last Friday. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Dilkens argues U.S. will lose if NAFTA is pulled, heading into Washington talks
Windsor?s mayor is heading to Washington D.C. this week to tout NAFTA?s benefits and participate in discussions with key U.S. legislators. He?s also bringing an important message. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Possible sighting of pilfered penguin sparks hope missing statue will return
Sometime in 2001, someone made off with a penguin statue from the Windsor Sculpture Park. Staff put up wanted posters and canvassed the city for the renegade bird ? penguins are flightless birds, it c...

22nd Jan 2018 Owner euthanized dog that left 6-year-old girl with 75 stitches to her face
The dog that attacked a 6-year-old girl leaving her with 75 stitches on her face has been euthanized by its owner. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Windsor man charged with attempted murder after shooting, biting nose
A 32-year-old Windsor man has been charged with attempted murder following a fight that left another man with a gunshot wound to his leg and a bite injury on his nose. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Eagle-eyed observers can watch dozens of bald eagles soar around Peche Island
Dozens of bald eagles have descended on Peche Island and are putting on a wild display for watchers at Sandpoint Beach. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Meteorite hunters find first fragments of Michigan meteor
The almost two metre-wide meteor broke apart Tuesday about 32 kilometres over Earth, NASA scientists said. Most of the fragments landed in Hamburg Township. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Highway 3 closed following collision that sent 1 to hospital
Emergency crews are on scene, but the vehicles are blocking the road, so the highway has been shut between County Road 18 and Graham Sideroad, according to the OPP. ...

22nd Jan 2018 School buses run despite fog advisory in Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton
Environment Canada issued a fog advisory for much of southwestern Ontario Monday morning, with near-zero visibility expected in some areas. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Self-driving vehicle displays impress car enthusiasts at NAIAS
The North American International Auto Show opened to the public over the weekend. Large crowds flocked to the Cobo Centre in Detroit, many looking to learn more about autonomous vehicles. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday
Everything you need to know to start your day. ...

22nd Jan 2018 Métis poet searches far and wide for artifacts to 'bring them home'
When he's not writing or teaching, a Métis poet and university professor dedicates his time to searching antiques shops and online auction sites for Métis artwork and artifacts in hopes of "bringing t...

21st Jan 2018 Caldwell First Nation elects new chief and council following powwow audit fallout
The findings of a forensic audit may have been the motivation behind the election, but that vote is now bringing Caldwell together, according to newly-elected chief Mary Duckworth. ...

19th Jan 2018 Grandma gets a taste of university life, thanks to her grandson
A 75-year-old grandmother got a taste of the university life this week, after her 19-year-old grandson took her to school for the day. ...

20th Jan 2018 Women in Canada, U.S. and elsewhere march a year after Trump inauguration with renewed calls for equality
Thousands of Canadians took to the streets Saturday on the one-year anniversary of the Women's March ? part of an estimated 250 rallies planned for Saturday and Sunday in Canada, the United States and...

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