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TopLine Farms in Leamington was one of the employers at the job fair. The company said finding workers is "extremely difficult."
On Saturday people calling themselves modern-day abolitionists will be marching in Windsor and across the world in a "March for Freedom."
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit board of health has passed a resolution to recommend municipalities against having private retail pot shops at this point.
Windsor police have charged two people and have an arrest warrant for one additional person in relation to the disappearance of Bryce Hall.
Two tickets were issued in Windsor and Sarnia for drivers who were allegedly carrying cannabis in their vehicles.
The projects are in addition to Amico’s plans to develop the south end of Boblo Island, with just under 200 residential building lots.
It happened near the busy intersection of Dougall Avenue and Tecumseh Road West at about 6 a.m. Friday.
The union warns hospital bed shortages, hallway medicine and overcrowding will deepen in Windsor and Essex County under the Ford government.
A prominent Canadian steel executive told MPs this week that Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's "ego" is getting in the way of ending American tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum.
The Ontario Cannabis Store charges a $5 flat rate for shipping. One man who placed his order minutes after weed became legal, he got his order the very next day.
Only one in five small and medium-sized businesses have fully embraced technology in their operation, according to new study from the Business Development Bank of Canada.
Identifying the 11 bodies found hidden in a now closed Detroit funeral home could take months, according to a medical examiner.
The City of Sarnia left the traditional ballots this year and so far more people have voted this year than in 2014's advanced polling days.
A Lowe's is replacing what used to be a Rona in the city's east end and will bring 75 permanent full-time jobs.
A number of questions were brought up to Ward 3's candidates Wednesday concerning diversification of the city's arts scene and improvements to Windsor Transit — but it was a question about addiction services which had one member of the crowd fired up.