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All week, the commission's been hearing from individuals, consumer groups and wireless providers about the state of cell phones in Canada. Today's the last day you can have your say before the CRTC.

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Windsor Morning Laws of Attraction Dec 19, 2014 | 9:53We might think a handshake is a universal way to greet somebody. But for some people, including devout Muslims, the handshake may be problematic. And that's one of the reasons for a workshop at UWindsor tomorrow. We spoke to Zeky Ahmed and Lina Chaker.
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Windsor Morning 5 Things To Do This Weekend - Dec 19-21 Dec 19, 2014 | 4:45Hansel and Gretel meet Jerry Springer? Mike Evans explained this morning when he gave us his top five picks for the weekend.
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Windsor Morning Provincial Politics with Robert Fisher - Dec 19 Dec 19, 2014 | 9:07When the MPP for Sudbury resigned, only five months after being elected, it created a domino effect that is controversial, to say the least. Robert Fisher told us more.
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Windsor Morning The Funny Thing About Cancer Dec 18, 2014 | 10:02Local comedian Josh Haddon finds a few laughs in an unlikely place. His cancer diagnosis. We spoke to him this morning about his blog called "The Funny Thing About Cancer."
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