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Windsor Morning
with Tony Doucette

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Every weekday morning, tune in for news, weather, traffic, music and the hot topics that have Windsor talking. It all starts at 6AM and continues until 8:37AM on 97.5FM in Windsor, 91.9 FM in Leamington, 88.1FM in Chatham & 90.3 FM in Sarnia. Join us!


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UWindsor hires robotics law professor

The University's of Windsor's newest hire has a futuristic specialty: robots and the law. It's a North American first. We spoke to Kristen Thomasen. (Runs 6:15)


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Bortolin against proposed Windsor school closures

The Harrow high school is not even closed yet, and already the public school board is talking about another round of school closures. This time, elementary schools in central Windsor would be affected. We spoke to Ward 3 councillor Rino Bortolin. (Runs 9:07)


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Dilkens on City's Memorial Cup involvement

What is the City of Windsor's role in next year's Memorial Cup tournament? We asked mayor Drew Dilkens. (Runs 7:25)


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'Stand Up Man' film shooting in Windsor

It's being touted as an 'unlikely love letter to Windsor'. There's a feature film shooting in the city this week called Stand Up Man. We spoke to director Aram Collier and UWindsor film professor Tony Lau. (Runs 7:05)


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Are vouchers reducing feral cat population?

The City of Windsor has been trying to bring the feral cat population under control for the past few years. But are the vouchers it's spending 50 thousand dollars a year on making any noticeable difference? We asked Kathy Patterson, founder of "For the Love of Grace". (Runs 8:16)


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Making the Memorial Cup a success

The Spitfires posted the winning bid and now the Memorial Cup is coming to Windsor in 2017. This morning, we asked UWindsor prof Craig Greenham what it will take to make the tournament a success. (Runs 8:32)


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Millennial birders

The annual festival of birds is underway at Point Pelee. But it's not just the older crowd that's interested in tracking their favourite birds. We spoke to Justin Peter about birding for the millennial generation. (Runs 8:54)


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Barn fire trauma

It's been 2 weeks since a devastating fire at the Jobin dairy farm in Tecumseh killed about 100 cattle. It was a traumatic event for the first responders who arrived on the scene. We spoke to social worker and former firefighter Jim Jeannette. (Runs 8:24)


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Pinto on Food: Chicken Inn

It's Baghdad's answer to Swiss Chalet - and you can find it right here in Windsor. Jonathan Pinto told us all about Chicken Inn. (Runs 6:51)


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Should Jonathan Nicola be in held in jail?

Jonathan Nicola is being held among convicts at SW Detention Centre. Is that appropriate? We spoke the Correctional Investigator of Canada, Howard Sapers. (Runs 6:53)


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