Kerri Breen

Reporter-editor

Kerri Breen is a reporter-editor on the web desk at CBC Windsor. Email: kerri.breen@cbc.ca

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Windsor-Essex rescinds 3-week delay on arrival of agriculture workers

The public health unit in Ontario's Windsor-Essex region has reversed course on a plan to stop the arrival of temporary agriculture workers amid the Omicron surge.

COVID-19 has been deadlier in Windsor-Essex than most parts of Ontario. Here's why

In Windsor-Essex, the pandemic has been deadlier than nearly any other part of Ontario, statistics indicate.
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Windsor–Tecumseh candidates address your concerns on climate change, reconciliation and collaboration

With the Sept. 20 federal election just days away, CBC Windsor is checking in with those vying for your vote about the topics that matter to you.
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Essex candidates weigh in on Line 5, health care and protecting migrant workers

With the Sept. 20 federal election just days away, CBC Windsor is checking in with those vying for your vote about the topics that matter to you.
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Windsor West candidates address your concerns on housing, climate change and jobs

With the Sept. 20 federal election just days away, CBC Windsor is checking in with those vying for your vote about the issues that matter to you.
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Windsor-Essex youth vaccination rate lags as public health looks to move the needle

Youth in Windsor-Essex have been eligible to get their shots against COVID-19 since late May, but their vaccination rate is still lagging far behind that of adults.

A year later, Caesars Windsor remains closed — and the stakes are high

Aside from a brief reopening in the fall, the facility has been shut down throughout the pandemic, leaving its thousands of employees in a holding pattern.

59-year-old man has died after a fire at home in downtown Windsor

A 59-year-old man has died and a woman was sent to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a home on Church Street caught fire on Sunday, according to Windsor's fire department.

COVID-19 second wave hits Sarnia, Chatham-Kent as case counts surge

Coronavirus counts have risen sharply in both areas, sparking widespread concern.

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