Crosstown Tour: Live From RiverWest and the University of Windsor

Windsor Morning and CBC Windsor News at 6 broadcast live from the University of Windsor and the Greenbean Cafe, situated in the heart of a community now known as RiverWest.
CBC Windsor News at 6 host Arms Bumanlag talks with University of Windsor professor Bev Jacobs during a remote broadcast on Oct. 19, 2017. (Kaitie Fraser)

Windsor Morning and CBC Windsor News at 6 broadcast live Thursday from the University of Windsor and the Greenbean Cafe, situated in the heart of a community now known as RiverWest. Below are the interviews, shows and links to related stories. 

Caleb Farrugia and Kyle Lefaive, owners of the Green Bean Cafe, talk with Tony about owning a business in River West. 14:07

Greenbean Cafe

Jeffery Williams is determined to name the university area/neighbourhood River West. 6:42

RiverWest

Jennifer Johrendt, professor at the University of Windsor, joins Tony to discuss auto-engineering for girls. 7:40

Jennifer Johrendt

We spoke with Jaylyn Bernachi, a yoga instructor who teaches a weekly yoga class at the Green Bean Cafe. 2:42

Jaylyn Bernachi

Kat Pasquach, the University of Windsor Aboriginal Outreach Coordinator, speaks with Tony about cultural appropriation and Halloween. 5:59

Kat Pasquach

Trevor Pitcher speaks with Tony about the potential breakthroughs coming from the research being done by the Freshwater Restoration Ecology Centre. 5:31

Trevor Pitcher