CBC News canada
Emails reveal pandemic showdown between medical officer of health and hospital CEO
Windsor Regional Hospital CEO David Musyj begged Dr. Wajid Ahmed to allow paramedics to conduct testing at nursing homes and seniors residences.
Reward offered in homicide investigation of 63-year-old Windsor woman
The Windsor Police Services Board has authorized a $5,000 reward for information pertaining to the homicide investigation of Gerardine Butterfield. The 63-year-old was found dead in her Wellington Avenue apartment on the evening of May 25, 2019.
Property, violent crimes, domestic incidents down in month of April, says Windsor Police Board
Crime statistics released by Windsor Police Services show overall crime in the City of Windsor and Town of Amherstburg fell in April compared to last year and in some cases last month.
2-storey Sandwich Towne fire caused by electrical failure
Investigators have determined the cause of a fire in Sandwich Towne which broke out early Thursday morning.
Ford says he's done 'taking bullets' for union members who wouldn't inspect care homes
Premier Doug Ford said Thursday that he's sick of "taking bullets" for union members who, he says, refused to go into the province's long-term care homes to carry out inspections in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic because of safety concerns.
CBC Windsor May 28 COVID-19 update: 7 new cases all in farm workers
Fatal house fire in Erieau deemed not suspicious
Unconquered Sun closing down, citing decreased demand for solar panels
Doctors' offices bracing for increased patient intake as hospital usage increases
Former violin teacher convicted of multiple sexual assault-related charges released on parole
Point Pelee opens to weekend visitors as of June 13
Should there be regional phase-outs of COVID-19 restrictions? Not a good idea, health officials say
Ornge establishes temporary land ambulance base in Chatham
Detroit ex-mayor Kwame Kilpatrick won't be leaving prison early after all
Free feminine hygiene products coming to Windsor-Essex public schools, thanks to Grade 12 student
Windsor auto factories see smooth first week online as auto industry looks to recoup from COVID-19 shutdown
More CBC News
CBC Windsor May 27 COVID-19 update: Health care services to reopen
More funding needed for staff in long-term care homes, say advocates
Ontario taking over 5 long-term care homes following 'gut-wrenching' military report
Tilray Inc. to close Leamington, Ont., cannabis greenhouse as money-saving measure
Essex County one of Ontario’s COVID-19 hot spots, figures show
Pandemic closures leave few places to cool off in Windsor-Essex
Quebec woman missing for nearly 2 years found safe in Windsor
Catholic Diocese of London extends church closures to end of June