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.
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City moving ahead with outdoor plans for restaurants and bars
Restaurants and bars want to be able to use outdoor spaces to allow for physical distancing when they open up following pandemic shutdown.
Emails reveal pandemic showdown between medical officer of health and hospital CEO
Windsor Regional Hospital CEO David Musyj begged Dr. Wajid Ahmed to allow paramedics to conduct testing at nursing homes and seniors residences.
Unconquered Sun closing down, citing decreased demand for solar panels
A company that once assembled and installed solar panels is closing. It has only been installing them for the past eight years. The loss of the provincial MicroFIT program is being blamed.
More funding needed for staff in long-term care homes, say advocates
The union which represents workers in 22 long-term care homes across Windsor-Essex says the problems outlined in a recent military report are far too familiar.
Hospital procures half a million N95 masks from China in 'wild west' style deal
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, with supply chains strangled, Windsor Regional Hospital CEO David Musyj says attempts to secure N95 masks on the global market felt like a 'drug deal.'
Pandemic strains local foster system, forcing some wards to be housed as far away as Ottawa
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult to properly train and vet prospective parents for foster parents program in Windsor-Essex. Some children being housed as far away as Ottawa.
Feds ease restrictions on work permits for foreign workers
The federal government is cutting red tape to allow for temporary foreign workers to change jobs more quickly
Pelee Island council asking for extended schedule for Pelee Islander II
Pelee Islander II only three days a week, township wants it extended to seven.
Windsor students gearing up to attend national virtual prom
With proms cancelled across Canada, an online resource for kids called the Student Life Network has organized a national virtual prom.
Essex-Windsor EMS hiring 12 'doffing' assistants to help staff remove, wash PPE
Paramedics who come back from COVID-19 related calls have to remove and either discard or wash their PPE. They are getting help from students called doffing assistants.
Opponents of County Rd. 42 mega-hospital trying for another appeal
The Citizens for an Accountable Mega Hospital Planning Process are in court trying to get leave to appeal a ruling that dismissed their appeal to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal over the location of the mega-hospital.
Frustration growing over delay of Ward 7 byelection
The Ward 7 byelection was postponed due to the pandemic but some are calling to have it held as soon as possible.
Supreme court denies Basilian Fathers appeal to sexual abuse lawsuit
The Supreme Court of Canada has denied an appeal by the Basilian Fathers who were trying to fight paying two thirds of a $2.6 million lawsuit filed by Rod MacLeod, a sex abuse victim of Fr. Hodgson Marshall.
CBSA reports dramatic drop in traffic coming into Canada
The Canada Border Services Agency says travel into Canada is dramatically lower compared to the same time last year, pointing to the ban on non-essential travel imposed on March 21 as the culprit.
Chatham-Kent council to consider multi-million dollar shoreline protection study
Chatham-Kent council will deal with a report on a shoreline study outlining future predictions of lake levels and costs association with erosion and flood protection.