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23rd Mar 2018 Musyj top local earner on provincial Sunshine List
The province has released its annual Sunshine List of people earning $100,000 or more a year. And locally, once again it proves its good to be in the health care field ...

23rd Mar 2018 Man shot by Windsor police needed help and a hug, not bullets, says brother
Matthew Mahoney was a little boy with platinum-blonde hair and bright blue eyes who lived life with his arms wide open ? offering a hug to anyone who needed it. On Wednesday, as a 33-year-old who stru...

23rd Mar 2018 Symposium looks at criminalization of black youth
A symposium Friday evening at the University of Windsor is examining how black youth are treated by the legal system. It's called "Resisting the Criminalization of Black Youth." ...

23rd Mar 2018 Windsor businesses fed up with truck backups at Ambassador Bridge
The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce is asking federal public safety minister Ralph Goodale to address backups for Canada-bound trucks at the Ambassador Bridge. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Suspect arrested in Windsor in connection to assault of man with autism
Police have arrested a man in connection to the recent assault of a 29-year-old man with autism at a bus terminal in Mississauga. They are still looking for two other suspects in the case. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Cab driver sues police for failing to protect him from suspected terrorist
An innocent cab driver caught up in a bomb blast as police closed in and killed a suspected terrorist in Strathroy, Ont., has filed a lawsuit against the RCMP and other authorities for the trauma he s...

23rd Mar 2018 Windsor-Essex needs your help to win $10M-prize
Windsor-Essex is throwing its hat in the ring to compete for $10 million. It's part of the SMART Cities Challenge, a national competition asking municipalities to find a way to improve their cities. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Ontario releases its annual Sunshine List of top public sector salaries
The Ontario government has published its annual Sunshine List of public sector employees who earned more than $100,000 last year. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Luke Willson looking forward to playing for his childhood hero's team
Luke Willson talks about coming back home to play for the Detroit Lions ...

23rd Mar 2018 It's spring! Time to be on the lookout for baby animals
A Windsor-Essex wildlife rescue centre is asking people to be on the lookout for animal babies ...

23rd Mar 2018 Windsor man shot 'multiple times' by police, says SIU
The 33-year-old man shot and killed by police in downtown Windsor was "struck multiple times" by bullets, according to the Special Investigation's Unit. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Green Party candidate for Windsor West a vocal critic of mega-hospital location
Mike Schreiner, the party's leader, stopped stopped in Windsor Thursday as part of his 20-city "Green Vision" tour, to promote his plan for the province that focuses on jobs, the people and the planet...

23rd Mar 2018 Physically and politically, Sarnia's city hall is divided
Despite a wall erected at Sarnia city hall to physically separate the mayor's office from administration, the political climate remains tense. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Deadly hostage-taking in France likely a terrorist act, president says
An armed man went on a rampage in southern France, carjacking a vehicle, shooting at police and taking hostages in an hours-long standoff at a supermarket before being shot to death. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Indigenous film draws attention to Sixties Scoop survivors
A film sharing the story of three sisters and a brother trying to rebuild their family after it was torn apart during the Sixties Scoop was shown at the University of Windsor Thursday night. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday
Everything you need to know to start your day. ...

23rd Mar 2018 Nurse practitioners not always compensated for providing medical assistance in dying
It wasn't until April of 2017 that nurse practitioners (NPs) in Ontario could prescribe the controlled substances used for medical assistance in dying (MAID). Since then, about a dozen have provided e...

22nd Mar 2018 Trudeau government avoids defeat on key pot bill vote
The Liberal government avoided a disastrous result for its marquee marijuana bill Thursday, as the bill to legalize recreational marijuana passed a key legislative stage in the Senate. It's now headed...

22nd Mar 2018 Province promises $822M increase in hospital funding
The Ontario Liberals promised an additional $822-million for hospitals in 2018-19 Thursday. Premier Kathleen Wynne made the pledge as part of the provincial pre-election budget, which will be unveiled...

22nd Mar 2018 UWindsor's $60M downtown creative arts school officially opens
With the lobby of the completely-redesigned Armouries Building named Veterans Hall, the baton has been officially passed to the university. The Essex-Kent Scottish Regiment was the previous owner, wit...

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