Tahmina Aziz


The CBC's Tahmina Aziz currently reports out of Windsor and Toronto for TV, radio and web. Have a story? Email tahmina.aziz@cbc.ca. Twitter: @tahmina_aziz

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Could Windsor be home for Harry and Meghan?

Local realtors, the mayor and even a whisky maker think Windsor-Essex would make a good home for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Breastfeeding rates continuing to decline, according to WECHU report

The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) released a report Thursday revealing that the rate of women choosing to breastfeed is continuing to decline.

Picture perfect photo of local baby raccoons goes viral, global artists recreate it

Kevin Biskaborn never thought in his wildest dreams that his photo would be recreated by more than a hundred artists from around the world.

Windsor teen places 12th in 2020 National Skating Championships

Fourteen-year-old Katherine Karon ranked 12th out of 18 competitors in the novice women's category at this year's National Skating Championships.

Model airplanes, live music too noisy for some Amherstburg residents

Residents have filed noise complaints against Sun Parlor R/C Flyers and the Royal Canadian Legion's Fort Malden branch.

'This is a win': Council approves tax break for Windsor manufacturing plant

City council approved a tax break for U.S. manufacturing company Flex-N-Gate Monday night which would refund the company 100 per cent of the tax increase resulting from the proposed development of their facility located at 309 Ellis St. E.

Windsor couple houses screech owl in their backyard

A Windsor couple has been housing a screech owl in their backyard for more than a year. A female owl moved in sometime in November 2018 and has since mated and given birth to four owlets in the birdhouse that was built by homeowner Chris Jacobson.

From drug addiction to drag: Windsorite dramatically turns life around in 1 year

Sassy, sensual and confident, Benz Menova is one of Windsor, Ont.'s newest drag queens. But behind the makeup, wigs and flashy clothing is a 21-year-old man named Liam Ingram who uses drag as an escape from reality.

Vincent Massey students stuff Transit Windsor bus with 2,000 kilograms of food

Students at Vincent Massey Secondary School donated 2,358 kilograms of non-perishable foods — including more than 500 cans of tuna — to the Unemployed Help Centre.

'This is a crisis that's not ending': Westcourt residents say they are desperate for answers

Residents of Westcourt Place say they are traumatized, frustrated and desperate for answers after being displaced from their homes for more than a month.

Life under the sea: UWindsor researcher helps with creation of viral interactive media

Harri Pettitt-Wade, a postdoctoral fellow in marine biology at the University of Windsor, assisted with the creation of an interactive visual media project which has now been viewed more than three millions times.

Windsor swimmer is now a four-time world record holder

20-year-old Julia Lane currently holds the Down syndrome world records in swimming for the 50 fly, 100 free, 200 free and 400 free categories.

New settlement assessment aims to connect more newcomers to services

The WE Value Partnership launched a newcomer assessment settlement program on Thursday that aims to connect newcomers to programs and support services available in Windsor-Essex that are suitable to them based on their specific needs and talents.

'It breaks my heart': People rally outside Windsor City Hall in support of Iraqi protesters

Several hundred people from Windsor's Iraqi community gathered outside of Windsor City Hall Sunday night to condemn the violence against anti-government protesters in Iraq by Iraqi security forces.

Sandwich First Baptist Church turns 180 years old

Members of the Sandwich First Baptist Church marked the 180th anniversary of the church on Sunday.