Dale Molnar is an award-winning video journalist at CBC Windsor. He is a graduate of the University of Windsor and has worked in television, radio and print.
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Safe found in walls of Ontario antique store belonged to Prime Minister Paul Martin's great uncle
A safe found during the demolition of the former Harrow Antique Store in southwestern Ontario belonged to a great uncle of former Prime Minister Paul Martin, documents from the town show.
Some travellers going electric as high gas prices affecting motorists, businesses
With record high gas prices motorists are responding with cutting back on travel and buying more fuel efficient cars or E-Bikes.
Parking lot dispute closes popular Leamington eatery Birdie's Perch
The owner of Birdie's Perch and Point Pelee Trading Post is emotional over her decision to close and sell the business over an issue with her site plan with the municipality.
Experts and caregivers call to end COVID lockdowns in long-term care facitilies
While most Canadians are free of COVID lockdowns and restrictions, people in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and retirement homes are still being confined to their rooms when an outbreak occurs. Experts and advocates are calling for an end to the practice.
Windsor tourism sector scrambles to secure federal pandemic relief funding
The federal government is making $7 million available to the tourism sector in southwestern Ontario to help recover from the pandemic.
This provincial election could be historic in Windsor-Essex. Here's how the race is shaping up
With three women of colour running in Windsor Essex and well-known PC candidates, history could be made in the upcoming provincial election in Windsor Essex.
Greenhouse light pollution affecting work at the Hallam Observatory in Comber
Light pollution from greenhouses in Essex County in southwestern Ontario is impacting the members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and their Hallam Observatory near Comber.
Continued suspension of program at South West Detention Centre 'a loss' for inmates
COVID restrictions have suspended the Walls to Bridges program for the past two years. People involved say it's a loss of a valuable program that helps incarcerated people better themselves.
Environmental group critical of delay in implementing new sulphur dioxide standards
Ontario is setting new limits on sulphur dioxide emissions, but has given oil companies in the Chemical Valley in Sarnia two years longer to implement them. An environmental group is disappointed in the delay.
Judge allows class action suit to go ahead in Westcourt Place fire
Lawyers for 135 tenants at the Westcourt Place apartment building say a London judge has certified the class action suit against the owners of the apartment building.