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Windsor Morning with Tony Doucette

Every weekday morning, tune in for news, weather, traffic, music and the hot topics that have Windsor talking.

  • 08:39
    Tracey Bailey, the CEO of the Community Support Centre, shares the unique challenges to helping people in need in the county, compared to the city.
    Dec 13, 2017
  • 07:34
    End-of-life care at the centre of Bill C-277, ready for Royal Ascent today. Darren Cargill weighs in on how it can help dying patients.
    Dec 12, 2017
  • 06:45
    International students from the University of Windsor would like to join you for Christmas dinner. Beth Oakley and student Susha Suresh describe the program.
    Dec 12, 2017
  • 08:51
    Nancy and Rob Campana have turned a family tragedy into a wonderful story. Their work in support of LGBT youth has drawn the attention of some people in high places. The Campanas will be in Ottawa tomorrow to receive an award from the Governor General.
    Dec 11, 2017
  • 07:32
    Anne Marie Schofield, the president of the Riverside Minor Hockey Association and the director of their bantam/midget tournament, joins us to discuss this year's tournament.
    Dec 11, 2017
  • 07:40
    Marina Clemens, executive director of Drouillard Place, joins the show to discuss local food banks and donations.
    Dec 11, 2017
  • 11:46
    "The Silence Breakers" have been named TIME magazines persons of the year. These are the women who blew the whistle on men they accuse of sexually harassing and sexually assaulting them. How is this magazine cover being received in Windsor?
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 09:21
    Bright Lights. Medium sized city. A new festival hits Windsor's Jackson Park tonight. But it hasn't been without its share of controversy. Tonight we'll find out if it's all been worth it. Mayor Drew Dilkens joins me to talk about Bright Lights Windsor
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 08:07
    Men with long beards, sparkly glitter and an annual Christmas party. It's a curious combination but it will all make sense we when talk with the two men behind The AVB Glittery Beard Charity.
    Dec 7, 2017
  • 08:51
    The waiting is the hardest part. A summer camp for young people with autism doesn't have enough space for everyone who wants it. This is a story close to the heart of our own Arms Bumanlag. He'll tell us what it means for all of the families affected.
    Dec 7, 2017
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