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Windsor's mayor, also chair of the police service board, has refused to comment on the investigation multiple times.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement in anticipation of high winds on Sunday afternoon.
It starts with what sounds like a promising phone call: For a one-time fee, you can lower the interest rate on your credit card. But the person on the other end of the line isn't with your bank or credit card company. And what they're really after is your identity.
The city is researching how to bring an artist-in-residence program to the municipality — and painter Asaph Maurer believes it could help put WIndsor on the "artistic map."
Ex-city councillor Paul Borrelli will be seeking nomination as a candidate for the Liberal Party in the federal riding for Windsor West.
Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens — who's also the chair of the police services board —continues to refuse answering questions about a 911 call stemming from the police chief's home.
A pair of Windsor women have launched a petition calling on Windsor Regional Hospital to apply for and enforce bubble-zone protection under the Safe Access to Abortion Services Act.
Gospel, jazz, blues and contemporary music will pour out of Windsor's Phog Lounge downtown Thursday night.
Almost 100 neighbourhood residents and one city councillor are hoping for a signalized crosswalk for pedestrians and cyclists at Cabana Road and Karen Street.
"Every two weeks, one language from the planet is getting lost," said Saiful Bhuiyan, president of the Bangladesh Association in Windsor. "When a language gets lost it takes away the culture and heritage from that culture."
Hon. Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne met with Windsor community leaders Thursday to discuss the Gordie Howe Bridge project. One surprise announcement was the plan to not charge tolls for cyclists.
Young people struggling with homelessness in Sarnia will have a chance to rent their own affordable apartment this summer.
If Boheiman Rhapsody wins Best Picture at this Sunday's Academy Awards, don't be surprised if one of the film's actors gets up on stage and thanks a Chatham, Ont. man for showing him how to impersonate the drummer of Queen.
The city's Environment, Transportation and Public Safety Standing Committee recommends the west-end bus terminal relocation project be deferred. The item still needs to go to council for final approval.