Kaitie Fraser is a reporter at CBC Windsor. Email Kaitie.Fraser@cbc.ca
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Artist and PSW creates pandemic portraits to share stories of COVID-19
Beth Kyle has been creating art since she was a young girl, and is now using her craft to share stories of the pandemic.
Windsor pizza delivered some 4,000 km to Vancouver Island
It's not unheard of to send a pizza made in Windsor across country, but a recent delivery may have been one of the furthest ever sent.
Indigenous art set to soar on Gordie Howe International Bridge project
Several enormous paintings created by three artists — Teresa Altiman and Daisy White of Walpole Island First Nation and Naomi Peters of Caldwell First Nation — will rise into the air up to 220 metres as the tower on this side of the border is constructed.
Crafty creatives turn business dreams into reality amid pandemic
While many small businesses have struggled to stay afloat amid the pandemic, some young, female entrepreneurs in Windsor-Essex have used this time to get their's started.
Sandwich Town 'business district' now has no vacancies as city announces major sewer project
A small sandwich shop just opened in the city's west-end. With this new opening, Sandwich Town now has no business vacancies on the area's main strip, according to a city councillor.
She was the 1st student positive for COVID-19, now her family worries for her return to class
It's been 14 days since the first COVID-19 case at a Windsor-Essex school popped up, and today 13-year-old Jamie Smith has been cleared to go back to class.
How a Windsor family is using TikTok to normalize autism
Giaci Miceli has had to change a lot of his routine during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one thing his family was not expecting was for him to become an internet sensation.
Unifor's 'unique' Ford deal includes 5 new electric vehicles in Oakville, engine for Windsor plants
The union that represents Canadian auto workers has announced a tentative deal with Ford Motor Company that checks many of the boxes members were hoping for — including fresh products for waning factories in Windsor and Oakville, Ont.
Unifor announces Ford as target Big 3 automaker to move forward on labour negotiations
Unifor has announced Ford Motor Co. is the Big Three automaker the union will move forward with, guiding labour negotiations ahead of a strike deadline later this month.
CBC Windsor August 25 COVID-19 update: Here's what's happening today
Here's what you need to know about COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex on Tuesday, August 25.