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Are the hazardous rocks in Lake St. Clair on government navigation charts? Harbour master says they aren't

While Transport Canada is responsible for rocks that were placed in Lake St. Clair sometime in the past the department is claiming boaters should know about them because they are charted, however the harbour master can't find them.

UWindsor laying off 10 staff to help address $5.6M budget shortfall

The University of Windsor will layoff 10 people in a bid to balance its budget, a spokesperson for the school announced Tuesday. 

Death threats to defecation: What a Windsor school board endured over gender policy, school naming

Windsor-Essex's public school board has been cleared of wrongdoing by the provincial ombudsman after a series of complaints about the board's naming of the new Kingsville public school and its decision to temporarily bar the public from two meetings last year. 

Scarce drinking fountains in Windsor, Ont., limit accessible options during heat wave

Of the more than 200 parks in Windsor, Ont., there are only 11 outdoor public drinking fountains, leaving residents in one of Canada's hottest cities with few accessible options to hydrate during extreme heat. And the city has no plans to restore fountains that have fallen out of service due to vandalism.

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