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Pelee Island residents eagerly await vaccination clinic that opens mid-April
Some residents of Pelee Island say they're grateful that a COVID-19 vaccination clinic will open up for two days — April 19 and 20— on the island, as announced by the Township of Pelee on Wednesday.
14 Ottawa Street businesses have either closed or moved amid COVID-19, BIA says
It's been a challenging year for many business owners on Ottawa Street, with 14 establishments having either moved or closed down, according to Ettore Bonato, the president of the Ottawa Street BIA.
These cyclists fight 'ongoing battle' against city as officials remove unauthorized Little River bike trail
For Ryan Bertrand, the bike trail in Little River in the east end of Windsor, Ont. is an escape, a place for him to enjoy the outdoors and alleviate stress.
Transgender student in Windsor fights to get chosen name on high school diploma
Sixteen-year-old Damien Crowe, a Windsor transgender student, wants to graduate with his chosen name on his high school diploma, but won't be allowed to until it's legally changed. Damien says transgender students should be allowed to use their chosen names and gender marker, regardless of legal documentation.
COVID-19 in wastewater prompts 'modified quarantine' at UWindsor residence
The University of Windsor announced Sunday through a news release that a sample of wastewater from its campus tested positive for COVID-19.
37 COVID-19 cases today as officials unveil region's newest vaccine site in Amherstburg
Amherstburg residents aged 70 and older can now walk into the Libro Credit Union Centre to get their vaccine.
Celebration of Nowruz starts as Afghan, Iranian Windsorites mark the start of spring
Nowruz, which translates to 'new day,' is just around the corner and for the Afghan and Iranian community in Windsor, it marks a time of renewal and a new beginning.
Some Windsor-Essex seniors feel less lonely a year into the pandemic, hopeful for the future
While it's been an isolating and lonely year for seniors in Windsor-Essex, some are hopeful for the future and say they can see the light at the end of a dark tunnel.
This is how musical theatre in Windsor is adapting during the pandemic
It's not quite live theatre and it's not quite film: the pandemic has transformed the way musical theatre students at St. Clair College are performing their final shows of the school year.
Windsor-Essex pharmacists eagerly prepare to vaccinate local residents
Hundreds of pharmacies across Windsor-Essex, Toronto and Kingston will soon be offering COVID-19 vaccines as part of a provincial pilot program.