Flora Pan is a multimedia journalist based in southern Ontario. She currently works out of Windsor. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @FloraTPan.
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'We're losing people': Unsanctioned overdose prevention site pops up around Windsor
Windsor Overdose Prevention Society is running an illegal site where people can use drugs under supervision. The black tent pops up at an undisclosed location, where there's access to naloxone kits and sharps disposal.
Former Chatham-Kent councillor says integrity commissioner should be terminated
Derek Robertson, who is being investigated, says the integrity commissioner has not interviewed him before sending a dated and signed report for his comment.
South Cameron woodlot 'always planned for development,' says Windsor mayor
Parts of a wetland in Windsor has lost its provincially significant designation. While the mayor celebrates the potential for development, the environment commissioner of Ontario worries for floods.
Part of Windsor wetland now potentially open to development
While the mayor thanks the province for removing the designation, which opens the land to potential development, some Windsorites are angry.
Sister hopes inquest into roofing worker deaths brings better safety protocol
The announcement of an inquest into the death of Michael Maukonen stirs up emotions for his family, almost three years after he died.
Parents vent frustration about Ontario Autism Program waitlist at Windsor roundtable
At a roundtable about the Ontario Autism Program Thursday, parents shared what it's like to live while waiting years for services.
Concerned Ontario high schooler wants stricter consequences for students who vape
After Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit issued seven tickets to students caught vaping on school property, a LaSalle student is applauding the move.
7 students fined for vaping on school property in Chatham-Kent
Vaping among students is becoming more common, says one health educator. In Chatham-Kent, seven students are facing fines after violating the Smoke-Free Ontario Act.
Families and friends mourn for teens lost to violence at candlelight vigil
People gathered in downtown Windsor Wednesday night to remember teens who died as a result of violence.
What it's like to get same-day shipping for your legal weed from OCS
The Ontario Cannabis Store charges a $5 flat rate for shipping. One man who placed his order minutes after weed became legal, he got his order the very next day.
'Change is needed': a mayoral race of 3 candidates in Chatham-Kent
Chatham-Kent may see a new mayor after Oct. 22, with promising candidates challenging the incumbent.
'A sigh of relief,' threatened auto tariffs not imposed in new NAFTA
While the auto industry can relax a bit, Canadian dairy farmers won't be happy with the new free trade agreement reached late Sunday night.
Main challenger to Sarnia's long-standing Mike Bradley may have 'real shot'
With less than a month before voting day, does mayoral candidate Anne Marie Gillis have enough to thwart Mike Bradley, who has been in his seat for 30 years?
'I'm proud of her,' First female Windsor mayor Elizabeth Kishkon dies at 87
The first and only female Windsor mayor Elizabeth Kishkon has died at 87. She is being remembered by the community as a caring and approachable person.
Caldwell First Nation council hopes chief will accept 'olive branch' and reconcile
The freshly-elected leadership at Caldwell First Nation have been embroiled in a conflict for months. Here's the council's account of how the relationship deteriorated in just six months, before chief Mary Duckworth was asked to go on a leave of absence.