CBC | Windsor News
Grade 5 students at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Elementary School in Windsor are learning about Indigenous people by stepping into a giant floor map.
There's no light for the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel construction on the ceiling. What was supposed to be a Dec. 31 deadline has been pushed back yet again.
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries after an east Windsor collision.
Canada Post says its normal holiday service commitments are being restored across most of the country, except the West Coast.
People seeking housing through the Rotholme Women's and Family Shelter in London will no longer be placed in hotels and motels, with the organization saying funding has run out
Leamington has opted in to cannabis retail storefronts — even though they’re technically not eligible.
Chatham-Kent police are investigating after three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision yesterday.
A story hour hosted by drag performers at a suburban Detroit public library is seeing some opposition about a year after it made its debut.
A survey conducted by Sarnia yielded results that show strong support for private cannabis storefronts.
Alfie Morgan has been watching the workings of Windsor's economy for more than three decades. The Economics expert says city leaders have something to learn from what happening in Oshawa.
The impaired driver convicted of killing London's Sarah Payne, 42 and her five-year-old daughter Freya on the 401 has been sentenced to eight years in prison. A judge handed down the decision Monday in a St. Thomas courtroom following a series of emotional victim impact statements.