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10th Dec 2017 Windsor children's choir to perform at Carnegie Hall
When Erin Armstrong submitted an application for her children's choir to perform at Carnegie Hall, she knew competition would be tough. ...

10th Dec 2017 Windsor police investigate an early morning shooting
Windsor police are investigating a morning shooting near Felix Avenue and Mill Street. Police say it happened just after midnight. A male victim suffered minor injuries and was treated and released fr...

9th Dec 2017 Large crowd attends 'Hands Off Jerusalem' rally in Windsor
A crowd gathered at city hall in Windsor to rally against Donald Trump's decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. ...

9th Dec 2017 Stuff-A-Cruiser event reminder that people in Windsor need help, police say
People in Windsor donated to the Stuff-A-Cruiser event on Saturday to help people in need of food. ...

8th Dec 2017 Windsor police respond to 'severe accident' involving pedestrian on Huron Church Road
Police said a pedestrian has been taken to hospital following a severe accident on Huron Church Road Friday night. ...

8th Dec 2017 Tree-lighting ceremony officially opens $1.5M Bright Lights Windsor festival
With a shoutout to Windsor and Detroit's joint-bid for Amazon's HQ2, Mayor Drew Dilkens called on a "special guest," company's popular digital assistant, to illuminate a massive tree coated in lights ...

30th Nov 2017 CBC Windsor Sounds of the Season
Help feed families in need and give to CBC Ontario's Sounds of the Season for a day of programming with live performances by local musicians and heart-warming stories of need. ...

8th Dec 2017 Ontario towns in range of U.S. nuclear disasters get 'little assistance' from province, says AG
A recent report by the Auditor General said Ontario's emergency response for nuclear disasters is not good enough. ...

8th Dec 2017 Red Wings offering pieces of hockey history during Saturday auction
The "Historic One-Of-A-Kind Joe Louis Memorial Auction Sale!" will begin at 7 a.m. Saturday, with bids accepted until Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. ...

8th Dec 2017 Nova Chemicals announces $2B investment in Sarnia-Lambton
The company plans to expand its Corunna cracker by approximately 50 per cent to provide ethylene feedstock to a new polyethylene facility that will increase Nova's production of the plastic by 450 kil...

8th Dec 2017 Pedestrian has serious injuries after being struck by vehicle on Goyeau Ave.
A pedestrian who was stuck on Goyeau Avenue has been transported to hospital with serious injuries, according to police. ...

8th Dec 2017 Windsor Regional Hospital warning public about an alleged scam
Windsor Regional Hospital Foundation is warning the community about alleged door-to-door solicitors collecting donations in their name for the Mega hospital project. ...

8th Dec 2017 Man in southwestern Ontario charged after family attacked with bat amid shouts of 'ISIS'
A 36-year-old man has been charged with aggravated assault and three counts of assault with a weapon after a family in St. Thomas, Ont., was attacked in a parking lot by someone wielding a bat and yel...

8th Dec 2017 Windsor MP raises question about Windsor Hum to government
MP Tracey Ramsey took to the floor during Question Period today to ask about what actions the government is taking to address the Windsor Hum issue. ...

8th Dec 2017 Windsor women support Time magazine's 'Person of the Year' choice
Windsor women say they are impressed with choice to honour what Time magazine is calling "The Silence Breakers." That's referring to all the women who have come forward this fall, accusing powerful me...

8th Dec 2017 'Required' smoke detector missing in fatal Rankin Avenue fire, OFM says
More than a year after a fatal fire on Rankin Avenue claimed the life of a University of Windsor student, the Ontario Fire Marshall's office has determined a "required" smoke alarm on the main floor w...

8th Dec 2017 Bright Lights Windsor festival lights up the sky Friday night
The Bright Lights Windsor festival comes after a controversial decision by city council to spend $1.5 million on lights. Originally, council approved $3 million before deciding to cut the budget in ha...

8th Dec 2017 Chatham man turns himself in after police find $111K in drugs
Police used a warrant to enter a home on John Street in Chatham Thursday, finding $111,000 in drugs. ...

7th Dec 2017 Man taken to hospital after stabbing on Albert Road
Police arrived at a home near the corner of Albert Road and Whelpton Street around 5:45 p.m. to find a man with cuts to his arm being treated by paramedics. ...

8th Dec 2017 'Nobody stopped me' at the casino: Ontario self-exclusion program fails to keep gambling addicts out
Despite promoting responsible gambling, the Ontario government?s program to help addicts stay out of casinos is failing to do so, an investigation by CBC?s The Fifth Estate has found. ...

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