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20th Jul 2018 Transport truck driver charged after reversing on westbound 401, injuring two
Two westbound Highway 401 lanes reopened four hours after a two-vehicle collision involving a transport truck and a pickup truck. ...

20th Jul 2018 Five new affordable homes coming to Ford City with land donation, pending approval
Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex may be able to build five affordable homes in Ford City with its latest land donation ? if everything goes smoothly with the city. ...

20th Jul 2018 Nature experts invite public to join them for first-ever Point Pelee 'BioBlitz'
The 24-hour species search is part of the national park's 100th anniversary celebrations. ...

20th Jul 2018 OLG quarterly payment to Windsor drops 60 per cent because of Caesars strike
An OLG payment to the City of Windsor was drastically lowered for the period of time that overlapped with the Caesars Windsor strike - $1.2 million for this year versus $3.5 million for the same peri...

20th Jul 2018 Windsor athlete Brandon McBride sets Canadian record in 800 metres
Brandon McBride set a Canadian record in the 800 metres, finishing second at a Diamond League event in Monaco on Friday in a time of one minute 43.20 seconds. ...

20th Jul 2018 Personal support worker allegedly sexually assaulted by client in his 70s
Windsor Police are investigating a case where a personal support worker was allegedly sexually assaulted while she was working at a man's residence. ...

20th Jul 2018 Amherstburg woman 'tortured herself daily' after dumping newborn in dumpster, says lawyer
Once a vibrant student with a wide circle of friends, the young Amherstburg woman who secretly gave birth and dumped her baby in a dumpster two years ago has changed her appearance and become a reclu...

20th Jul 2018 Ont. primed for retaliatory tariffs if Trump imposes on auto first, says trade minister
Ontario's Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade Jim Wilson attended hearings in Washington that looked at the impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's proposed auto tariffs. ...

20th Jul 2018 Ontario's police watchdog says its caseload approached 'record-high levels' last year
The Special Investigations Unit opened 380 cases last year, which is an approximately 14 per cent increase over 2016. ...

20th Jul 2018 Blenheim's Breanne Nicholas ready to rule Rugby World Cup Sevens
Coming down from a FIFA World Cup high? Don't despair, the Rugby World Cup Sevens kicks off Friday in San Francisco. ...

20th Jul 2018 Feds kick in $600K to decrease phosphorus, agri-runoff in Lake Erie
The federal Great Lakes Protection Initiative is kicking $600,000 to develop and test technologies that intercept and remove phosphorus from agricultural runoff in southwestern Ontario. ...

20th Jul 2018 Detroit home demolitions may create new problem: lead-tainted dust
The U.S.'s largest home-demolition program, which has torn down more than 14,000 vacant houses across Detroit, may have inadvertently created a new problem by spreading lead-contaminated dust through...

20th Jul 2018 Provinces agree to raise personal exemption for interprovincial booze sales
The amount of liquor individuals can bring across a provincial boundary for personal use is set to at least double, following a deal struck at the Council of the Federation meetings in Saint Andrews,...

20th Jul 2018 Windsor city council to consider 4 per cent hotel room tax for customers
City is considering a 4 per cent tax on hotels, motels and Airbnbs, and bed and breakfasts to fund more tourism promotion. ...

19th Jul 2018 Hand grenade found by 11-year-old boy on Gladstone Avenue
Windsor police investigated a hand grenade found in a Gladstone Avenue basement Thursday afternoon. ...

19th Jul 2018 Auto manufacturing industry to ask for 'trade assistance' if tariffs are imposed
While automotive leaders testify in Washington, urging politicians to scrap Trump's proposed tariffs on imported vehicles, two industry insiders warn any duties would pinch both countries immediately...

20th Jul 2018 Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday
Everything you need to know to start your day. ...

19th Jul 2018 First beach closure this year in Windsor at Sandpoint Beach due to E. coli
There's no swimming allowed at Sandpoint Beach in Windsor this week. ...

19th Jul 2018 Mexican student string quartet serenade Windsor-Essex
A student string quartet from the Conservatorio de Musica y Artes de Celaya has been travelling across Windsor-Essex this week, performing one-hour concerts in indoor and outdoor venues. ...

19th Jul 2018 Detroit Red Wings losing Chris Chelios to hometown Chicago
Detroit Red Wings is losing the former player and present adviser Chris Chelios, after he decided to move to Chicago to be closer to his mother. ...

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