Aadel Haleem is a video journalist and host with CBC Windsor. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Doctors 'gun shy' to prescribe opioids hurting those in pain, say experts
A Windsor, Ont., woman says her family doctor has retired and now she can't find a doctor to renew her opioid prescriptions.
Fast Friends: How a Muslim fitness trainer and Catholic gym member bond over Ramadan
A Muslim fitness trainer and Catholic gym member formed a special bond over Ramadan.
Lakeshore mother frustrated by lack of awareness of 'invisible illness'
Being diagnosed with PANDAS, the acronym for Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections, often leaves families in a desperate search for answers because many doctors refuse to accept it as a disorder.
After using cough syrups to get high Thamesville, Ont. man wants tougher rules for access
A Thamesville, Ont. man believes the province should regulate access to over-the-counter cough syrups like Benadryl.
Margaret Atwood talks writing on Pelee Island while meeting with Windsor-Essex students
Windsor high school students from L'Essor and Kennedy got a chance to meet acclaimed Canadian author Margaret Atwood.
Windsor woman stranded at Toronto Pearson airport frustrated with Air Canada
After her connecting flight was cancelled due to runway construction at Toronto's Pearson airport, a Windsor woman says Air Canada 'dropped the ball' in helping her get home.
Anne McLellan: 'The world is watching' Canada's marijuana legalization
Former deputy prime minister Anne McLellan said Canada's "journey" towards legalizing, regulating and restricting marijuana "will take time" well beyond passing new legislation.
Forget butter, how about crickets on your popcorn?
A Windsor restaurant is experimenting with Truffled Cricket Popcorn.
Windsor an 'epicentre' of manufacturing in Canada: report
A new report says the country's auto industry is becoming increasingly concentrated in southern Ontario, with Windsor and Essex County emerging as the epicentre.
Syrian refugee in Windsor uses art to cope with terrors of war
Raida Farzat vividly remembers hearing bomb blasts. She was particularly traumatized when she saw pictures how people tore apart their family home in the small city of Homs, located in western Syria.