Windsor morning

  • Tony Doucette

    Windsor Morning

    Windsor Morning is the place where people from Windsor start their day, discuss the hot topics that have the city talking and meet some new and interesting people along the way.

    Posted: Jul 19, 2016 1:04 PM ET
    Last Updated: Nov 21, 2016 5:54 AM ET
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    Posted: Nov 18, 2016 12:54 PM ET
    Last Updated: Nov 21, 2016 5:53 AM ET

Windsor morning clips

  • Monday March 27, 2017

    Audio Equity for women's hockey

    The women's world hockey championship in Plymouth, MI is in jeopardy because players on the American team are threatening to boycott the event over issues of financial support. We spoke to former Team Canada player Sami Jo Small.

    Listen 9:07
  • Monday March 27, 2017

    Audio Filtering the truth on Instagram

    Some UWindsor researchers are worried about people who filter or photoshop their photos before they post them on social media. We spoke to Paige Coyne about the paper she co-wrote called "Filtering the Truth on Instagram."

    Listen 7:38
  • Monday March 27, 2017

    Audio FCA to close transport division

    One of Windsor's biggest employers dropped a bombshell on Friday. FCA Canada says it's getting rid of its transportation division in Windsor. We spoke to Unifor Local 444 president Dino Chiodo.

    Listen 9:06
  • Friday March 24, 2017

    Audio Windsor faces London in OHL playoffs

    With 68 regular season games behind them, it's on to the OHL playoffs for the Windsor Spitfires. They'll open a first round series with the London Knights tonight. We spoke to former Spitfires captains Craig Mahon and Ryan Donally.

    Listen 11:30
  • Friday March 24, 2017

    Audio Pinto on Food: Bockbierfest

    Jonathan Pinto's food adventure this week involves Ford City - and possibly lederhosen. He told us about the bockbierfest taking place at the Heimat Banquet Centre on Drouillard Road.

    Listen 9:08
  • Thursday March 23, 2017

    Audio Murky future for Great Lakes water?

    A panel discussion at the University of Windsor last night focused on the future of our fresh water supply, and the health of the Great Lakes. And of course, Donald Trump's name came up. We spoke to professor Doug Haffner.

    Listen 7:53
  • Wednesday March 22, 2017

    Audio Fentanyl addiction rocks Amherstburg family to its core

    CBC's Derek Spalding told us a story of a man from Amherstburg who died from a fentanyl overdose two years ago - and how his family is still struggling to deal with what happened.

    Listen 10:40
  • Wednesday March 22, 2017

    Audio 3 Takes on border issues

    Our panel of millennials shared their experiences of crossing into Detroit in the Donald Trump era.

    Listen 10:41

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