Katerina Georgieva is a multi-platform journalist with CBC Windsor. She has also worked for CBC in Charlottetown, Toronto and Winnipeg.
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Scrapping for MS: A Windsor man's passion to find a cure
When Windsorite Doug Meloche isn't working, he's collecting scrap metal — to try and find a cure for multiple sclerosis.
How one Windsorite is making yoga more accessible for kids
Karli Kurzuk, owner of Yellow Bus Yoga, brings yoga into daycare centres, elementary schools and high schools across Windsor-Essex, with the goal of reaching kids who might not be able to practice otherwise.
Ford City residents and leaders look to candidates for action on affordable housing
Residents and leaders in Windsor's Ford City neighbourhood are looking to candidates in the Windsor-Tecumseh riding to take action on the federal level to help address the issue of affordable housing.
Muslim community group aims to help grieving families with funeral costs
A group of seven individuals in Windsor's Muslim community have started a trust to help grieving families with their funeral expenses — and the goal is to provide both financial and moral support to those who need it.
1,000 geese from Mississauga and Oakville relocated to Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary
A Windsor-Essex bird sanctuary is taking in unwanted geese from Mississauga, Ont. and Oakville, Ont. and giving them a new home.
Meal choices cut for mental health patients at WRH
Windsor Regional Hospital has made changes to its food program, resulting in what it describes as a standardized "family-style" menu for all mental health patients, to help save costs and reduce waste.
UWindsor researchers studying potential dangers of semi-autonomous cars
Over the next two years, a team of researchers at the University of Windsor will be looking into the possible dangers associated with autonomous driving.
Windsor-Essex runner hopes RBC Training Ground can propel him to Tokyo 2020
A Windsor-Essex track-and-field athlete is gearing up to compete in the RBC Training Ground National Final in Calgary, Alta., on Saturday — in the hopes that it can help make his Olympic dreams come true.
'This is home': New space, more services a dream come true for W.E. Trans director
Windsor's W.E. Trans Support is moving into a new building with significantly more space, which executive director Jayce Carver says will ultimately allow for more clients and more services.
Here's why people in Windsor-Essex donate blood, no matter the season
Canadian Blood Services says summer can be a challenging time to bring in donors, but the need is still the same.
This program matches employers with people with disabilities. Does it work?
It's been roughly one year since Kevin McShan was hired as an ambassador and regional spokesperson for Windsor's Discover Ability Network — and he says it's making an impact.
'Not all families are the same': How to make Father's Day more inclusive
While Father's Day and Mother's Day tend to traditionally be "gendered" holidays — a leader in Windsor's transgender community says there's a way to celebrate these days with a greater spirit of inclusivity, in a way that's mindful of gender identity.
'This isn't the end': Ontario boxer to rest and keep fighting after disappointing loss
Ontario boxer Steve Rolls says he's upset he wasn't able to bring home the win he'd been hoping for during a major boxing match Saturday night — but he wants people to know he's not going anywhere.
Windsor's 'sober bar' in a secure position thanks to funding from Hôtel-Dieu Grace
When the owner of the Spiritual Soldiers Coffee Compound first heard that Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare wanted to sponsor his coffee shop — also known as Windsor's 'Sober Bar' — he was speechless.
Ontario boxer looks to make his mark in big fight against 'one of the greats'
It's a fight that could change his life. Boxer Steve Rolls started his career in Chatham, Ont., but now he's gearing up to square off against a former world champion on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York City.