Katerina Georgieva

Katerina Georgieva is a multi-platform journalist with CBC Windsor. She has also worked for CBC in Toronto, Charlottetown, and Winnipeg.

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Windsor's real estate market is 'affordable' — but how affordable is it for Windsorites?

Windsor's real estate market is booming — but it has some Windsorites feeling left out, unable to seal the deal on finally owning their very own home.

Staying safe comes at the price of limited family connection for those in Community Living

The pandemic has made family visitation much for difficult for those supported by Community Living Windsor — some unable to see family at all.

5 times the Windsor-Essex health unit went beyond provincial restrictions to fight COVID-19

The health unit has chosen to go beyond provincial regulations a number of times in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex.

Teachers stressed, exhausted as 2nd quadmester gets underway

High stress, exhaustion, heartbreak: those are the ways in which some secondary school educators are describing this pandemic school year. 

Hit hard in COVID first wave, this Windsor LTC home is determined to stay safe in second wave

When COVID-19 first hit Windsor, the outbreak at Heron Terrace Long-Term Care Community was one of the worst. There are no cases there now, and the company that owns it hopes to keep it that way.

Lakeshore residents want investigation into sky-high water bills

A local lawyer is asking Lakeshore residents who've been charged unusually high water bills to give her a call. One resident was charged nearly $1,100 for just over a two-month period, with double the usage from the same period of time last year. 

Cystic Fibrosis Canada says 'life-changing' drug coming to Canada, but approval months away

For more than a year, Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patients and advocates in Canada have been fighting for access to the 'life-changing' drug Trikafta.  22-year-old Windsorite Aalaya Fleming says the drug could dramatically improve her life.

What's a bully offer? Here's what you need to know if you're buying a home

Bully offers: Some argue they give home buyers an unfair advantage — but others say, given the state of today's real estate market, it could be the best strategy to land the house you want. 

Americans in Windsor area 'on pins and needles' as election results trickle in

Americans in southwestern Ontario are eagerly awaiting U.S. election results, though some anticipate it could be awhile before a final call is made.

What's at stake for these Canadian front-line workers in U.S. as election day approaches

With the U.S. election nearly a week away, some Canadians who have been working on the front lines south of the border are hopeful for a change in leadership — especially as COVID-19 cases surge in many states once again. 

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