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

  • Friday December 09, 2016

    Audio Windsor police fighting hunger

    Ask any Windsor police officer about poverty in this city, and he or she will have a story for you. They've seen it - over and over again. Constable Amanda Heiser told us why she's involved in tomorrow's "Stuff a Cruiser" event.

    Listen 6:11
  • Friday December 09, 2016

    Audio Home stretch for FINA meet in Windsor

    The FINA meet in Windsor has had its ups and downs for Team Canada. We spoke to CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux.

    Listen 8:42
  • Friday December 09, 2016

    Audio Pinto on Food: UHC's community kitchen

    Jonathan Pinto has been in a number of Windsor's finest kitchens, but he says the one he discovered this week might be the most impressive. He told us all about the community kitchen inside the Unemployed Help Centre in Windsor.

    Listen 8:20
  • Thursday December 08, 2016

    Audio Cards for Conner

    Three days ago, 17 year old Conner Dufour underwent brain surgery. Before he left, Conner wrote a letter to Santa - and one of the requests has struck a chord with many of his fellow students and teachers. We spoke to Val Coletti and Shelley Teixeira.

    Listen 8:58
  • Thursday December 08, 2016

    Audio Tory James: Standing Rock protests not just about the environment

    What was the Standing Rock protest really about? We spoke to Tory James, a member of the Oneida Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy.

    Listen 7:16
  • Wednesday December 07, 2016

    Audio How can Windsorites tap into Detroit's booming tech sector?

    Detroit's tech sector is booming. Tonight, Hackforge in Downtown Windsor is hosting a session for Windsorites interested in working across the river. We spoke to Doug Sartori and Emily Ciaravino.

    Listen 8:21
  • Wednesday December 07, 2016

    Audio UWindsor involved in national study of Syrian refugees

    The University of Windsor is taking part in a four-year study that will track the well-being of Syrian refugees who've come to Canada. It should give us a real picture of what these people have had to overcome. We spoke to professor Ben Kuo.

    Listen 7:23
  • Tuesday December 06, 2016

    Audio FINA championships open in Windsor

    For the next six days some of the best swimmers in the world will be racing for medals at the WFCU Centre. We spoke to Devin Heroux, who is covering the event for CBC Sports.

    Listen 8:36

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