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In a live video posted to Facebook, a member of the police department described the blaze as an "apparent gas line fire," but said firefighters were on scene to contain the flames until a crew could arrive to shut off the gas.
City administration plans to remove the track that's tucked behind the Ganatchio Trail and called "Dirt Church" by some of its faithful.
Forty children sat on St. Nick's lap in Wallaceburg, Ont. and read off their holiday wish list. Then a group of volunteers searched stores across the municipality to find exactly what the kids were hoping for.
Several paralegal students were worried about their eligibility to take their upcoming competency exam, while others had questions about childcare costs they didn't expect because the semester will now stretch into their holiday break.
Ontario's Ministry of Municipal Affairs has extended the deadline to apply for disaster relief and expanded the area where residents affected by the record-breaking flood in August can apply.
St. Clair College spokesperson John Fairley apologized for the strike and said students will receive a full tuition refund if they withdraw from college because of the work stoppage.
An auto safety group is asking the government for a recall of Chrysler Pacifica minivans over complaints that the engines can stall without warning.
Spoon Ramen is Windsor's newest ramen house. It is run by a group of friends who are full-time University of Windsor students from China.
A Chatham mother is overjoyed after being reunited with her two young sons after two and a half years.
Administration at St. Clair College have outlined their plans to accommodate students for the five weeks of time they've lost this semester, after a province-wide strike. Plans include shortening the current semester, and cutting into holiday break time.
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
The Ontario Trucking Association has released new guidelines for truck drivers, to address the issues of driver inattention and fatigue after a number of deadly crashes.
College faculty in Ontario head back to their schools today, after a five-week strike was ended over the weekend with back-to-work legislation.
Experts say the cost savings of a multitrillion-dollar driverless truck industry will be unstoppable. And Canadian winter road conditions will be no barrier.
Notorious cult leader Charles Manson, who had been imprisoned in California since being convicted of orchestrating the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and six others in the summer of 1969, has died at age 83.
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
Mike Cardinal has been fighting for a residential rental licensing system in Windsor for the last 20 years. Windsor city council will discuss the licensing of residential rental housing at Monday night's council meeting.
Honda is recalling about 900,000 of its Odyssey minivans because the second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched.
A Detroit priest who focused his ministry on the poor and needy has been beatified by the Roman Catholic Church, a key step toward sainthood.