Dale Molnar

Video Journalist

Dale Molnar is an award-winning video journalist at CBC Windsor. He is a graduate of the University of Windsor and has worked in television, radio and print.

Latest from Dale Molnar

New virus threatening tomato crops in Essex County

A virus that originated overseas has made its way to Ontario and is threatening tomato crops in greenhouses and fields.

Angry tenants take legal action over basement flooded with sewer water

Tenants in a fourplex on Dougall Avenue are angry that their building is flooded with sewer water.

Air ambulance crash remembered on 30th anniversary

June 24 is the 30th anniversary of Pelee Island air ambulance crash.

MPP blasts provincial cuts to LHINs

The provincial government is set to lay off office staff at Erie St. Clair LHIN, but Windsor West MPP Lisa Gretzky says cuts will affect patient care.

Pollen season especially bad for Windsor-Essex allergy sufferers

Wet spring has made stuff grow a lot so allergies worse than usual

Downtown BIA, WIFF team up for 'summer of cinema

Downtown BIA gives The Windsor International Film Festival $15,000 to present 17 films this summer at the Capitol Theatre.

Windsor constable pleads guilty to assault, impaired driving

An off-duty constable has pleaded guilty to assault after an incident in 2018 where he was drinking and driving.

Windsor constable pleads guilty to assault, impaired driving

An off-duty constable has pleaded guilty to assault after an incident in 2018 where he was drinking and driving.

Threat of Enbridge pipeline closure worries Sarnia mayor

Sarnia mayor Mike Bradley is worried that Michigan will shutter a pipeline that the city needs for oil and propane.

Mixed reactions to new drone regulations

Some operators are welcoming the new drone regulations — but not everyone is pleased.

Spitfires not for sale any longer

Spitfire owners decide not to sell hockey club.

Project aimed to eliminate invasive fish species unveils design in Michigan

The commission tasked with protecting the Great Lakes fishery unveiled the design for FishPass, a project that will come up with a way to filter out undesirable fish from waterways.

Catholic board to look into installing water bottle filling stations

The Catholic school board will look into installing water bottle filling stations for reusable water bottles, to cut down on the use of disposable, plastic water bottles.
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Humane society warning about raccoon distemper, uptick in the county

The Windsor Essex County Human Society said there is an uptick in raccoons with distemper, especially in the county.

Municipalities applaud retroactive decision to not cut funding

Municipalities in the region are pleased with the news that Premier Doug Ford is reversing retroactive funding cuts to municipalities.