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Windsor-Essex isn't well-equipped to handle new potent drug hitting Ontario streets, experts warn
Experts say Windsor-Essex isn't well-equipped to handle potent new drugs entering the toxic drug supply. This comes on the heels of Windsor police warning of an animal tranquilizer mixed with drugs in Toronto.
What the first swing-state primary in Michigan told us about Biden-Trump rematch
After Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, a major swing state has finally voted in a 2024 U.S. presidential primary, offering electoral tea leaves to read. In Michigan, Joe Biden and Donald Trump each got good news, and a blinking warning light.
Windsor residents mixed on decision to nix alleyway garbage collection
Some Windsor residents say they’re skeptical about Monday's City Council decision to end nearly all alley garbage collection starting April 1 next year.
Canada's international student spike was blamed on private colleges. Here's what really happened
Documents obtained by CBC News reveal which colleges and universities account for the greatest share of Canada’s steep growth in international students, and which have the most to lose from a new cap on permits to study in this country.
Public board trustee to put forth motion to reconsider name of Kingsville school
Trustee Linda Qin plans to put forth a motion at the next public board meeting to reconsider the name of the new K-12 school in Kingsville
Vending machines had eyes all over this Ontario campus — until the students wised up
Former Hôtel-Dieu Grace volunteer association manager charged with defrauding organization out of $60K
Oh deer! Animal breaks into LaSalle rec centre, jumps into pool
Huron County leads swift rise in southwestern Ontario farmland values
Windsor sees hottest February day on record
Section of eroding Wheatley shoreline road to be relocated, realigned and reopened
UWindsor media speaker to tackle presence of AI — and how to tell truth from a deep fake
Record-breaking temperature in the forecast for Windsor on Tuesday afternoon
City says 51 people used Windsor's warming bus for shelter during its 1st weekend
Windsor, Ont., filmmakers receive national exposure for independent shorts
Muslim groups say MPs won't be welcome in mosques until they call for Gaza ceasefire
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Knifepoint robbery leaves Windsor teen with anger, sadness and fear
2 years since Ukraine war, this family is grateful they are in Canada. But their future is still uncertain
This made-in-LaSalle, Ont., machine is being built to go to Mars
Protesters speak out against 'sneaky,' 'unfair' process to name Kingsville school
5 complaints filed against Gordie Howe bridge authority over French-language rights
The Liberals and NDP still have reasons to work together — are they good enough?