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  • 07:40
    Free admission and some 200-year-old artifacts. Why wouldn't you visit the Chimczuk Museum tomorrow? Tony talks to curator Madelyn Della Valle as they kick off Heritage Week .
    Feb 15, 2019
  • 13:37
    We continue our investigation of Windsor Police and the handling of a 911 call to the Chief's house in November. Mayor and police services board chair Drew Dilkens won't talk with CBC, but Jake Shen our legal expert says the OPP investigation of how this all went down, raises more questions. We also hear reaction from Windsor city councillor Kieran McKenzie .
    Feb 15, 2019
  • 09:26
    He went all the way to Madison Square Garden in New York for a competition, and he came home a winner. He is a four-legged fellow named Baby Lars and he won the herding group at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. His owner and handler, Elaine Paquette, join me in the studio
    Feb 14, 2019
  • 08:32
    The Windsor Police Service and Chief Al Frederick are refusing to comment on how a domestic disturbance call to Frederick's house was handled. A CBC News investigation has confirmed details about what happened after a 911 call from the chief's house in November. Producer Robin Brown has led the investigation, and she takes us through it all, and why it matters.
    Feb 14, 2019
  • 08:54
    He is the new Executive Director of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research. He is an expert on algae blooms in Lake Erie. And he moonlights as a coach of the curling teams at the University of Windsor. Mike McKay joins Tony in the studio.
    Feb 13, 2019
  • 08:57
    A London man just wanted some Florida sun. Instead he was turned back at the Detroit border for a 43-yr-old pot conviction. Tony talks with immigration lawyer Eddie Kadri about why it happened.
    Feb 13, 2019
  • 08:11
    Black history is all about family in North Buxton. Tony talks with Michelle Robbins.She's helping ensure the stories of Black families live on for future generations.
    Feb 12, 2019
  • 09:43
    A leader in Windsor's sports community is reacting with frustration and passion about a CBC investigation that found widespread sexual misconduct in amateur sports in Canada. Margery Holman is a former university volleyball coach and a retired professor emeritus of kinesiology at the University of Windsor. She speaks with Tony.
    Feb 12, 2019
  • 07:58
    As part of Black History Month, a Windsor teacher is helping her students understand slavery - in a very unique way. Inside a box. That teacher, Emily Diotte speaks with Tony.
    Feb 11, 2019
  • 12:10
    Local filmmaker Gavin Michael Booth loves to experiment, and for his movie "Last Call," he's convinced the composer of the score to step out on the high wire too. Gavin and Adrian Ellis join Tony to talk about the risky plan they have for this week, at 8:10.
    Feb 11, 2019
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