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17th Dec 2017 Attendance at Point Pelee jumped 75% this year thanks to free admission
More than 525,000 people visited Point Pelee in 2017 ? a 75 per cent increase compared to the previous year, according to park staff. ...

16th Dec 2017 How giant vegetables from Leamington are helping Indigenous communities in need
Three Indigenous communities in northern Ontario picked up close to 40,000 pounds of donated food that was shipped free of charge to their airports Friday as part of CBC's Sounds of the Seasons. ...

16th Dec 2017 Bell says CRTC promise of free phone unlocking doesn't apply to everyone
Canadians were supposed to be freed from cellphone unlocking fees come Dec. 1, but some with a Bell-locked phone have found they've had to fight for their freedom. ...

15th Dec 2017 11 tonnes of food, almost $18K donated during Sounds of the Season - and there's still time to give
Windsor-Essex is giving back in big way during CBC Windsor's Sounds of the Season food drive ? 11 tonnes of food and almost $18,000 dollars have been collected so far. ...

16th Dec 2017 Jury finds Millard and Smich guilty of 1st-degree murder in death of Laura Babcock
A jury has found Dellen Millard and Mark Smich guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Toronto woman Laura Babcock. ...

15th Dec 2017 Some Windsor-Essex businesses cashing in as the snow falls
As some are trying their best to avoid outside, others are cashing in on the record-breaking snows dumped in Windsor-Essex this week. ...

15th Dec 2017 6 confirmed E. coli cases in Ontario linked to bad lettuce
Ontario has been included in a probe into an E.coli outbreak that is being investigated by public health officials. ...

15th Dec 2017 Top Canadian women's gymnastics official charged with multiple sexual offences
Dave Brubaker, the women's national team director of Gymnastics Canada, has been charged with multiple sexual offences. ...

15th Dec 2017 It's 'a contradiction' that we condemn eating dogs but not pigs, says Guelph professor
If we condemn eating dogs, shouldn't we also condemn eating pigs and chickens? A Guelph, Ont., professor weighs in on thoughts some people have when it comes to consuming meat. ...

15th Dec 2017 Windsor News at 6 Sounds of the Season live broadcast
Join us for a special CBC Windsor News at 6 show with host Arms Bumanlag broadcast live from the Unemployed Help Centre. ...

15th Dec 2017 Police arrest suspect in connection with Islamic-themed graffiti spree
Police have arrested a 52-year-old Windsor man in connection with a spree of Islamic-themed graffiti that targeted media organizations and bus shelters across the city. ...

15th Dec 2017 Tecumseh earmarks $400K for architect to design sportsplex
The town's council recently approved $400,000 to hire an architect to design the facility which could include a walking trail, gym, programming space along with a full-size turf field for soccer, base...

15th Dec 2017 School donates funds to paralyzed Windsor man facing massive medical costs following Mich. ski accident
A local high school is stepping in to aid a former student. ...

15th Dec 2017 1.8% tax increase for Leamington in 2018
Taxes are going up in Leamington for 2018. ...

15th Dec 2017 Flying food heads to the remote north, after donations pour in for Sounds of the Season
Thousands of people living in eight remoter northern Ontario communities are set to greet planes full of fresh produce and none-perishable donations today. It's part of CBC Thunder Bay's annual Sounds...

15th Dec 2017 Windsor Morning's Sounds of the Season special broadcast from Drouillard Place
CBC's Windsor Morning is broadcasting live from the community Friday morning. It's all part of CBC Windsor's annual Sounds of the Season fundraiser. We've worked with our partners to gather food and c...

14th Dec 2017 Mother pleads for return of stolen photos showing daughter who died of cancer
Photos of woman who died this past summer are all that's left of family photos from a trip to New Zealand years ago. The actual album was destroyed by a flood. ...

15th Dec 2017 Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority names André Juneau as interim CEO
André Juneau has been named the interim Chief Executive Officer of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority. ...

15th Dec 2017 Bright Lights festival brings more business to shops around Jackson Park
The lights display at Jackson Park is increasing customers to area businesses, but parking has been a problem ...

15th Dec 2017 Michigan man free on bond after 45 years in prison
A Michigan man whose murder conviction was thrown out after he spent 45 years in prison was released Thursday while prosecutors appeal a decision that grants him a new trial. ...

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