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14th Dec 2019 Downtown Windsor crime is dropping, says business owner

14th Dec 2019 Talking Animals: Tethering bylaws and other options
Anthrozoology professor Beth Daly joined Windsor Morning's Tony Doucette to discuss tethering bylaws and the other options dog owners might have. ...

14th Dec 2019 CBC Windsor celebrates Sounds of the Season success

13th Dec 2019 Sarnia-Lambton Conservative MP considering leadership run, will confirm decision after winter holidays
Marilyn Gladu, who currently holds the post of official opposition critic for health, said "a lot of people [are] encouraging me to enter the leadership race," adding that she'll be ready to confirm ...

13th Dec 2019 Longwoods Road open following 3-vehicle collision in Chatham-Kent

13th Dec 2019 SIU says no grounds for charges in Windsor police-scooter collision

13th Dec 2019 Windsor police announce 48-year-old cold case homicide solved

12th Dec 2019 Pedestrian dead after Tecumseh Road collision, Windsor police investigating
Windsor police are investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision after an elderly male pedestrian was struck on Thursday. ...

13th Dec 2019 Petrolia Line between Inwood Road and Nauvoo Road closed following fatal vehicle collision
Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) said they, along with Lambton EMS, responded to a fatal vehicle collision between a vehicle and a combine on Petrolia Line around 11:30 a.m. on Friday. ...

13th Dec 2019 Funding for food banks is uncertain in Windsor-Essex
United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex is re-creating how it feeds people in Windsor and that will likely change how it funds food banks. ...

13th Dec 2019 High school teachers' union announces another 1-day strike next week
The Ontario Secondary School Teacher?s Foundation announced today that it will hold another one-day strike in certain school boards on Dec. 18. ...

13th Dec 2019 'Boom' in east Windsor from Detroit power plant demolition
Houses in east Windsor shook Friday morning as the old Conners Creek Power Plant in Detroit, Mich. was imploded. ...

13th Dec 2019 50 bricks of suspected cocaine seized at Blue Water Bridge
A Quebec resident has been arrested after 50 bricks of suspected cocaine were seized at the Blue Water Bridge. ...

13th Dec 2019 Michigan votes to ban drivers under 18 from using cellphones
Drivers younger than 18 would be prohibited from using cellphones except for emergencies under legislation the Michigan House approved Wednesday. ...

13th Dec 2019 Former Conservative candidate says Andrew Scheer's resignation as party leader is a chance to rebrand image
Tecumseh resident Leo Demarce ran as the Conservative candidate for the Windsor-Tecumseh riding, ultimately snagging third place, behind NDP candidate Cheryl Hardcastle and now Liberal MP Irek Kusmie...

13th Dec 2019 Violation notice issued for property owners of Detroit River dock collapse
The owners of the property where a dock collapsed into the Detroit River last month have received a violation notice from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. ...

12th Dec 2019 Ontario removing cap on number of pot shops, opening up market for retailers
Ontario is removing the cap on the number of pot shops in the province and nixing some qualification requirements for would-be retailers in a bid to clamp down on the number of illegal stores. ...

12th Dec 2019 'Conditional' contract language allowed for Nemak to close Windsor plant, says expert
Michael Lynkn, an associate professor at Western University's Faculty of Law, says the "conditional language" in the contract also led an arbitrator to rule the plant closure was not a violation of t...

12th Dec 2019 Conservative caucus backs Scheer as interim leader amid private school backlash

12th Dec 2019 CN crews responding to train derailment in southwest Detroit
In an afternoon statement, CN Rail confirmed 11 railcars derailed Thursday morning in 'multiple positions, including four empty railcars with residual traces of liquid asphalt and one railcar which w...

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