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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.
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 comfortable to speak out.
The Essex Region Conservation Authority has issued a flood outlook for the area, cautioning people to avoid rivers, lakes, ditches, streams and ponds.
Glenn Maleyko, superintendent of Dearborn Public Schools — and resident of LaSalle — spoke to CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive about how his system plans for the worst.
A teenager who was shot and died in downtown Windsor Wednesday was the victim of a homicide, according to Windsor police.
Patrick Brown, who resigned as leader amid accusations of sexual misconduct, has been expelled from Ontario's Progressive Conservative caucus just days before legislature is set to resume.
Staff Sgt. Christine Bissonnette has named the Windsor Police Services Board, Chief Al Frederick, along with current and former senior officers Rick Derus, Vince Power and Rick Facciolo in her 39-page human rights complaint alleging gender bias at the force.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 229,000 Ram trucks, mostly in North America, because they can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake.
Kathleen Wynne responded to a question about a perceived lack of local consultation on the mega-hospital site by saying it was her understanding "there haven't been final decisions made in terms of the exact locations."
Anyone fishing Saturday or Sunday won't need a license, although other rules still will be in effect, such as fish size and the number of fish to keep.
After a meeting that stretched more than three hours Thursday night, the Caboto Club's board of directors issued a three-line statement promising to continue working with club members to address concerns over its men-only board policy.
While the big-name candidates in the Ontario PC leadership played it safe during the first debate of the contest, they let Tanya Granic Allen steal the show.
Newcomer students at Westview Freedom Academy are sharing their stories through an art show at Windsor's Mackenzie Hall.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was challenged by questions on topics ranging from marijuana sales to mental health supports from a crowd of more than 100 during a town hall in Windsor Thursday.
Windsor Police have identified a 16-year-old Chance Gauthier as the person found dead from a gunshot wound Wednesday in the 900-block of Church Street.
Leaders in the Senate have reached a deal on a timeline for the legalization of cannabis — a schedule that pushes the start of retail sales past July 1, the date that had been floated in the past as the government's target.
Union officials with Ford in Windsor confirmed today that a state-of-the-art pickup truck engine will be made at the Ford Annex plant in Windsor. Tim Little, vice president of Unifor Local 200, said the plant is ready to be re-tooled with equipment to build the new engine called the 7X.