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: Jul 20, 2016 8:57 AM ET

Windsor morning clips

  • Friday July 22, 2016

    Audio NEXUS changes

    The CBSA wants to change the eligibility criteria for NEXUS cards. We spoke with immigration lawyer Eddie Kadri.

    Listen 5:54
  • Friday July 22, 2016

    Audio Olympic swimming

    Backstroker Kylie Masse tells us about her next big adventure at the Rio games.

    Listen 7:43
  • Friday July 22, 2016

    Audio Student stress

    More Ontario students reporting mental health issues, according to a wide-ranging survey from CAMH. We spoke with Ashley Bergeron, who's lived through it.

    Listen 7:46
  • Thursday July 21, 2016

    Audio Auto talks

    Collective agreements between Unifor and the Detroit Three auto makers expire in two months. We spoke with the president of Unifor Local 200 in Windsor, Chris Taylor.

    Listen 9:07
  • Thursday July 21, 2016

    Audio Pharmacy crime

    Pharmacies are being targeted in the Windsor region by thieves. It's creating an unsafe situation for pharmacists. We spoke with the president of the Essex County Pharmacists Association, Heather Foley.

    Listen 8:30
  • Wednesday July 20, 2016

    Audio Drowning Prevention Week

    A Windsor lifeguard and outfitter is frustrated with the way we endanger our lives in the water. We spoke to Wayne Bate, owner of Windsor Adventure Inc.

    Listen 7:45
  • Wednesday July 20, 2016

    Audio EpiPen restaurant

    While politicians in Windsor and LaSalle debate the merits of stocking EpiPens in public buildings, The Leaf Neighbourhood Grill in Windsor has had them for three years. We spoke to owner/chef Bill Kobrosli.

    Listen 5:47
  • Wednesday July 20, 2016

    Audio Molly Matters e-petition

    Today is the deadline to sign an online petition inspired by the death of a pregnant woman in Windsor 18 months ago. We spoke to Jeff Durham and Conservative MP Cathay Wagantall.

    Listen 13:06

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