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'I never hid from it': Windsor minor league hockey coach addresses U.S. criminal record
Windsor resident Stanley "Trent" Norris says he's never tried to hide his criminal record, even when he was in the process of completing an application to be an assistant coach with the Windsor Minor Hockey Association (WMHA).
Elementary teachers' union could launch work-to-rule job action this month
The union representing elementary school teachers across Ontario says it's ready to begin a work-to-rule job action later this month.
FCA workers call third shift extension 'good news' — but uncertainty still lingers
About 1,500 employees working in Windsor's FCA plant are breathing a sigh of relief, after the company announced it will extend the third shift until March 2020.
S(no)w idea: Why Environment Canada doesn't track snowfall in Windsor
When a snowfall record was (probably) broken Monday in Windsor, Ont., social media comments on CBC's story came in a flurry.
Mother speaks of 'intense pain' after 2nd blow to the head from her son
Michelle Helou said her son's increasingly violent behaviour is taking its toll on her, but she won't remove him from her Windsor home.
Westcourt Place residents out for another 72 hours
Windsor Assembly Plant third shift extended to end of March
Gas leak affecting traffic on Highway 401 at Veterans Memorial Parkway
Ontario starts merging health agencies, fires 9 LHIN executives
Tecumseh Road closed in Tilbury for fatal collision
Nursing leader says 'shame' on Windsor police, mayor for ignoring opioid problems
'Uncertainties' ahead for Tecumseh policing
Owner sees cafe as a 'stepping stone' for employees with developmental disabilities
'We keep looking for signs of improvement': Windsor philanthropist hopeful for return to Haiti
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