Stacey Janzer

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.

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Woodstock '99 returns to the spotlight in a new documentary. This Windsor musician was at the fest

For alternative music fans in the 1990s, Woodstock '99 in Rome, N.Y., was something you wanted to see. The infamous summer festival is being remembered in a new documentary.

Reflecting on the life and legacy of Howard McCurdy: scientist, activist and politician

Howard McCurdy was a man of many firsts. 

One of the oldest active Black churches in Canada is right here in Windsor

We take a look at one of the oldest active Black churches in Canada, located in southwestern Ontario.
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From home to storefront, Windsorites are taking the leap into food businesses amid the pandemic

The pandemic created a lot of home bakers and cooks; some moved from their kitchen to a storefront.

Ontario dad does dirty job to see his daughter in Winnipeg

An Ontario man started a business called Mr. Pooper Scooper to raise enough money to travel twice monthly to Winnipeg to see his three-year-old daughter.
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Windsor cafe turning Korean Netflix drama into family fun with dalgona Squid Game treat

Cafe March 21 is making dalgona, a sugar treat with a shape stamped inside that players in the Squid Game had to remove without breaking it to survive.
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Looking back on Windsor's once 'vibrant' bar scene

Windsor bar scene is up against COVID-19, but other factors have changed the downtown dramatically over the years.

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.
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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.

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