Sanjay Maru

Sanjay Maru is a reporter at CBC Windsor. Email him at

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Ontario man fined $3.8K at land border crossing amid confusion over who's 'essential'

An Ontario man who says he normally has no problem crossing the Windsor-Detroit border for work was surprised to learn this week he's subject to new rules — because, he was told, he doesn't cross every day.

Windsor police working to establish 'fourth option' for 911 calls during mental health crises

The Windsor Police Service is working on a "co-response model" where crisis management experts would join emergency personnel on 911 service calls for someone experiencing a mental health crisis.

Here are some of Windsor's most notable crime stats during the pandemic year

Windsor police have unveiled their crime statistics for 2020 — a year like no other for people in the city and around the world, defined by a global pandemic. 

Domestic violence incidents reach record high during year defined by pandemic: Windsor police

Never before in almost two decades have Windsor police reported a higher number of domestic violence incidents than in 2020.

How Windsor-Essex is celebrating Valentine's Day during stay-at-home order

Valentine's Day is fast approaching — but like everything during this pandemic, it's looking a lot different. While there won't be any of those sit-down dinners at restaurants and romantic getaway trips, people are finding ways to make the best of the annual day of romance.

UWindsor flight school concerned over possible loss of city's air traffic control tower

The potential loss of the air traffic control tower at Windsor International Airport could have an effect on students training to be pilots at the University of Windsor.

Can't take seniors to the symphony? Retirement home creates theatre to bring music to them

With COVID-19 keeping the symphony's seats empty, Cardinal Place in Windsor's west end has put together its very own theatre system, allowing residents there to enjoy the sounds of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra without having to leave the retirement home.

Property management companies feature ads marketing rentals specifically to students

The Ontario Human Rights Commission makes clear that language which shows a landlord's preference for some people over others should not be used in a rental advertisement.

Windsor's Randi Field signs multi-fight deal with Bellator MMA

Just one year after competing in her first professional fight, Randi Field of Windsor, Ont. has signed a multi-fight deal with Bellator MMA.

Student ridership on school buses sees significant decline, as drivers quit over COVID-19 concerns

According to BusKids which oversees the region's student transportation services, a little more than 31,000 students boarded the school bus last year. This year, that number has declined by about 10,000.