Stacey Janzer was born and raised in Essex County. Self-described Canadian treasure. She currently works as a video journalist at CBC Windsor. Email her at Stacey.Janzer@cbc.ca.
Latest from Stacey Janzer
Distress Centre takes final call in Windsor
After 52 years the Distress Centre of The Downtown Mission is no longer in operation.
Windsor author's debut novel brings LGBTQ representation to superhero tale
A.E. Clarke's book 'Grayscale' is about a superhero in Toronto who happens to also be gay.
An end to an era, a loss for local musicians as 89X changes format
89X CIMX is now Pure Country 89. After 30 years the station changed format from alternative rock to country.
Rising insurance costs another blow for businesses amid pandemic
Businesses are dealing with another expense, higher insurance premiums. some businesses have had their insurance double, others were told they're no longer insurable.
A one-woman mission to help bundle up Chatham-Kent
Manuela Carmona put together a clothing drive to keep Chatham-Kent's most vulnerable warm through the cold months ahead.
Creepy dolls to jars of eyeballs, what odd items Windsor-Essex tossed out
When people need an office cleared out or a home of the recently deceased emptied, those that go in often find some odd and interesting objects have been left behind.
Local queens vying for top spot on RuPaul's Drag Race Canadian edition
Canadian drag is about to become a lot more popular as RuPaul's Drag Race kicks off it's Canadian spin-off series next week, featuring two queens from Windsor.
Hand sanitizing, physical distancing — what it could take to reopen casinos
Multiple, new safety measures may be a factor before casino can reopen.
Live streaming could help bring minor hockey back and keep spectators safe
The resumption of minor hockey is still up in the air. It's unknown when the sport will start up again and what new rules may come into play. Some associations have installed cameras so parents can watch their kids play from home.
What it might take for minor hockey to return
Players aren't sure what their sport will look like when minor hockey eventually returns. Associations are waiting for direction from Hockey Canada and provincial governing bodies before instituting any new rules.