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Windsor Morning
with Tony Doucette

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5 Things To Do During Boxing Week

A Comedy Festival, Adventure Bay, Snowy Owls and more fun things to do between Christmas and New Years. (5:00)


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Treaty of Ghent Bicentennial

The Treaty of Ghent, which ended the War of 1812, was signed 200 years ago today. And it meant the two-and-a-half year war may have been a colossal waste of time. (7:40)


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Book - Eaton's The Trans-Canada Department Store

A man from Michigan wrote a book about Eaton's the Canadian department store chain. Author Bruce Allan Kopytek told us about his book: "Eaton's The Trans-Canada Department Store". (8:53)


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Crimestoppers on CBC Windsor

There was a stabbing in Windsor last Friday, and police have little to go on because the victim isn't talking. OPP Constable Ryan Burney told us about that case. (2:43)


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Walter Perry "The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth"

A new documentary called "The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth" airs Saturday on TVO. The film chronicles the life and times of Windsor's Walter Perry, the man who started the cities Emancipation Day celebrations. We spoke to a lady who knew Walter Perry. (7:41)


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Holiday Anxiety

Many people among us don't share the warmth or the happiness of the holiday season. It's a time of year that can be quite difficult emotionally. We spoke to Clinical Psychologist Antonio Pascual-Leone about why this might be the case. (6:24)


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5 Things To Do This Weekend - Dec 19-21

Hansel and Gretel meet Jerry Springer? Mike Evans explained this morning when he gave us his top five picks for the weekend. (Runs 4:45)


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Provincial Politics with Robert Fisher - Dec 19

When 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. (Runs 9:07)


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Laws of Attraction

We might think something as commonplace as a handshake is a universal way to greet somebody. But for some people, including devout Muslims, the handshake and other forms of personal contact may be problematic. And that's one of the reasons for a workshop at the University of Windsor tomorrow. We spoke to Zeky Ahmed and Lina Chaker. (Runs 9:53)


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Food with Jonathan Pinto - Mincemeat Pie

Jonathan Pinto never really liked mincemeat pie - but that all changed when he paid a visit to Wagner Orchards in Lakeshore. He told us why this morning. (Runs 7:25)


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