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A local union is hoping the next city council will consider their services when looking at tenders for parking enforcement.
Even without a fixed address, staff at the clerk's office say that doesn't 'deter you from having the right to vote.'
You can see them and you can smell them: license holders are growing personal medical marijuana in Windsor-Essex greenhouses, and they're frustrating residents and exasperating officials.
Authorities have revealed an anonymously written letter led them to the decomposed remains of 11 infants hidden in a ceiling compartment of a shuttered Detroit funeral home.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit will start accepting request for free potassium iodide tablets this week. The pills protect against thyroid cancer in case of emergency at nearby nuclear plants in Michigan and Ohio.
Mayors, councillors and school board trustees are all vying for your vote on October 22. But if you live in Essex County, there's another job up for grabs — deputy mayor.
Windsor police are hunting for a man they say held up a Tecumseh Road East convenience store Sunday morning.
Detroit-based Quicken Loans is opening an office in downtown Windsor out of the Old Fish Market building on Chatham Street.
Police say a man in a stolen vehicle pumped gas from a service station on Industrial Drive and left without making payment on Oct. 3 at about 12 p.m.
Justin Murphy and his team of Rochester, N.Y. reporters have come to Windsor to learn about some of the differences between the cities' education systems.
Ward 9 is one of the tight races happening in Windsor, where two people are challenging incumbent Hilary Payne.
The Windsor Islamic Council hosted a candidate meet-and-greet Sunday night in the lead up to the municipal election to give members of the public a chance to engage with those running for office.
A deli employee was sent to hospital after his hand was severely injured in a meat grinder at a Windsor business.
Thousands of injuries and numerous child deaths could have been prevented across Canada and the United States in the past three decades had school buses been equipped with seatbelts, an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate has found.
Construction workers have found 11 bodies of babies in the ceiling of a closed Detroit funeral home, which had its license taken away six months ago.
Philip Shelley was on a boat when the Hurricane Michael touched down. A Windsor woman who now lives in Florida was desperate to find him.