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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Windsor city council urges province to legislate paid sick days
Windsor city council votes to urge the province implement a paid sick day program.
Windsor city council puts the brakes on speed limit decision
Windsor city council has referred the issue of lowering speed limits to administration to be included in the development of its Vision Zero transporation policy.
Chatham-Kent fish processors reel in $1.5M in federal funding
Four fish-processing companies in Chatham-Kent will share nearly $1.5 million in federal money announced Wednesday to help them recover losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Easter services scaled down due to shutdown
Christians across Windsor Essex face another Easter under COVID restrictions.
Demand for in-ground pools soars with COVID-19 cabin fever in Windsor
With people sitting at home last summer and this summer demand for pool installations has tripled.
Emancipation Day has a deep history in Windsor — and new federal recognition is being celebrated
Local Black leaders applaud federal recognition of Aug. 1 as Emancipation Day, and say it adds to understanding of local celebrations.
With 5,400 people waitlisted in Windsor-Essex, advocates hope social housing a priority in budget
Subsidized housing improvements are among the many things labour community seeks from provincial budget.
LaSalle town council clears the way for cannabis retail stores
LaSalle town council has decided to opt in to hosting retail cannabis stores.
Amherstburg to offer open air weekends again this summer
In a four-to-two vote, Amherstburg council votes to hold Open Air Weekends again this summer, but with a compromise.
Up to 5,000 local businesses at risk of closing; chamber of commerce seeks provincial help
Help for small businesses a major part of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce pre-budget submission to the province.