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20th Feb 2018 Reports of flooding after Windsor breaks rainfall record
A total of 15.4 mm of rain was measured at the Windsor Airport on Monday, according to Environment Canada. That's enough to top the previous record for Feb. 19 of 10.9 mm, which was set in 1974. ...

20th Feb 2018 Hate mail sent to Jewish community centre, police investigating
Executive director at the Windsor Jewish Community Centre, said he's noticing more anti-Semitism across the country in recent months. ...

20th Feb 2018 Aphria reduces cash in bid for Nuuvera
Licensed marijuana producer Aphria Inc. is reducing the amount of cash it is offering for medical cannabis firm Nuuvera Inc. as shares of both companies have slipped since they announced their takeove...

20th Feb 2018 Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday
Everything you need to know to start your day. ...

20th Feb 2018 Fog and rainfall alerts issued for Windsor-Essex, Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton
Residents in Windsor-Essex and Sarnia-Lambton will wake up to pouring rain, thick fog and near-zero visibility Tuesday morning, according to Environment Canada. ...

19th Feb 2018 Windsor councillor pushes for safer alleyways following downtown shooting
After a 16-year-old boy was shot in a downtown Windsor alley, one local politician is continuing his fight to make the area more safe. ...

20th Feb 2018 Queen's Park resumes Tuesday with final sprint toward Ontario election day
The final sitting of the Ontario Legislature before the June election was bound to be interesting. But with the soap opera that is the Progressive Conservative party right now, you've got the ingredie...

20th Feb 2018 Buses cancelled in Sarnia-Lambton, but running in Windsor-Essex, Chatham and Tilbury
The Lambton-Kent District School Board said buses in zones 1-6 will not complete their morning runs, but those in zones 7 and 8 are running as normal despite the weather. All buses are running in Wind...

19th Feb 2018 80 Ontario high schools improve in math, Fraser Institute report card shows
More than 80 Ontario high schools have shown improvements in math scores, according to the Fraser Institute?s annual report released Sunday. ...

19th Feb 2018 Michigan releases symbol to label medical marijuana products
Michigan has released an official symbol to label medical marijuana products that are sold in the state and is detailing required labelling for such products. ...

19th Feb 2018 Windsor police release video of convenience store robbery suspect
Windsor police have released pictures and a video of a convenience store robbery suspect, who allegedly used a knife in the incident. ...

19th Feb 2018 Police seek public help finding missing Sarnia man
Sarnia police are asking the public for help locating a man who has been missing since Saturday. ...

19th Feb 2018 Bird watching not just a summer activity, says enthusiast
Record-setting birder Jeremy Bensette explains why winter can be just as much fun for following our feathered friends. ...

17th Feb 2018 Why now? Uproar over Caboto Club's men-only policy a sign of the times
A women's studies professor from the University of Windsor discusses how the uproar surrounding the Caboto Club's men-only members policy has been gaining traction because women are feeling more comfo...

18th Feb 2018 Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir break short dance world record
Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir were on their game in Pyeongchang on Monday, eclipsing their own world-record in the short dance at the Winter Olympics in South Korea. ...

17th Feb 2018 Family Day: What's open, what's closed in Windsor
Many businesses and services are closed or have altered hours on Monday, February 19. ...

19th Feb 2018 Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Monday
Everything you need to know to start your day. ...

18th Feb 2018 Creator of DC Comics' first black superhero comic visits Windsor
Tony Isabella, the man who created the first black superhero at DC Comics, is in Windsor to promote diversity in entertainment. ...

18th Feb 2018 Windsor police investigating suspicious death in Sandwich Town
Windsor police are investigating a ?sudden death? on Bloomfield Road in the city?s west end after evidence at the scene led officers to believe the death might be suspicious. ...

17th Feb 2018 No clear winner after leadership debate for PC members in Windsor
Tanya Granic Allen, Christine Elliott, Doug Ford and Caroline Mulroney gave their opinions on the carbon tax, education and minimum wage. The hour-long debate had local PC members watching intently. ...

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