Windsor's jobless rate is still highest among large Canadian cities. More
A Windsor man remains angry about the city's decision to relocate a prominent cenotaph to the back of a parking lot and allow it to be obstructed with school buses.
A fire at 820 Dougall Ave. was the third Windsor Fire and Rescue had to fight in a six-hour span Friday.
An 80-year-old tree at a public park in LaSalle must come down after vandals sliced it with a chainsaw, the Town of LaSalle says.
John Lee, of Windsor Fire and Rescue, said the fire broke out around 6 a.m. at two-storey house on Moy Avenue, just south of Cataraqui Street in Walkerville.
Talks between the mayors of Canada's largest cities and federal ministers continue today in Ottawa, with the prime minister acknowledging the need to restart a relationship that has been "neglected over the last 10 years."read comments video
Speaking Roses can now stamp your thoughtful, heartfelt message right on the petals of the flowers.read comments video
An American actor who is set to portray Martin Luther King, Jr., in an upcoming stage production in London, Ont., says he's twice had racial slurs hurled at him in recent days.
A Canadian company that helps people watch U.S. Netflix from Canada can no longer accept PayPal after the online payment processor cut off its service.
How do Canada's high-speed mobile networks compare to the rest of the world in terms of speed and coverage? A new report on LTE in 69 different countries provides some insights.
Coffee cherry tea - also known as cascara - is a beverage made from the dried skin of coffee cherries.video audio
Gardeners will definitely have strong opinions on this, but it is farmers and other agricultural professionals whose are opinions are being sought.
American vacation destinations are trying to entice Canadian travellers by offering big bargains to help make up for the sinking loonie.
To mark Black History Month, CBC’s Asha Tomlinson speaks to three young community leaders in Toronto to find out what black activism or #blactivism means to them and what they envision for the future.
To kick off Black History Month, University of Windsor Students' Alliance hosts Afrofest. One event on Thursday was the Police Encounters Workshop - how to conduct yourself in the presence of police.
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