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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Province reverses funding agreement, will cause Sexual Assault Crisis Centre services to suffer
The Sexual Assault Crisis Centre said it has had to lose two full-time staff positions because of funding changes.
Volunteers help elderly Essex residents as elevator remains broken
Nine volunteers are helping elderly residents with their groceries and errands because the buildings lone elevator has been out since March 10 and is expected to be out for at least another four to five weeks.
Wheatley student in Paris among those mourning Notre Dame
Fire ripped through Paris' historic Notre Dame cathedral. A man from Wheatley, is in the city studying international business. He said everyone was quiet, just taking in what was happening.
'I think it's fecal matter': Mysterious brown marks land on a home in South Woodslee
Charles Chevalier has lived in his home in Woodslee since 2003. He said for the last three years, his home and cars have been randomly splattered with brown spots, which he believes are feces.
Belle River mother concerned for 2-year-old son with constant seizures waiting months for testing
Katelynn Thibert is worried about her son's development. He's been diagnosed with myoclonic-astatic seizures and is drug-resistant. He has to wait between six and nine months to get tests completed, meanwhile he has between 30 and 40 seizures a day.
'Teach the Reach' to make streets safer for cyclists
A Toronto MPP tabled a private member's bill to add the Dutch Reach to the Highway Traffic Act. Windsor cyclists hope it passes.
VR, electric cars part of Windsor's plan for auto industry
Windsor is working hard to stay ahead of the technology curve and remain an auto city.
Drag queen scene becoming more popular in Windsor, London as shows sell out
There are four sold-out shows by RuPaul's Drag Race fan favourite Kim Chi, two in Windsor, two in London. Southwest Ontario is embracing the kind of entertainment often expected to only be found in bigger cities.
Windsor students to show there's more to black history than slavery
Students at Holy Names high school are preforming a Black History Month presentation for classmates during the day Feb. 28, then for the community at 7 p.m. It will involve dancing, music and fashion.
GreenON wraps up, some Windsor customers still without windows
As the GreenON program wrapped up on Nov. 30, many customers of Certified Windows are without rebates and others still without windows.
UWindsor students say new online system is buggy, causing stress
Students say Uwinsite, the University of Windsor's new online self-service system is filled with issues.
Certified Windows' owner speaks, customers still waiting on windows
More customers are speaking with CBC News about signing contracts with Certified Windows for windows and doors that were never installed. The owner of the business said he is working on fulfilling all of the orders.
Windsor man turning family history into art
Teajai Travis wants to turn the story of his ancestor, Richard Travis Sr. into multiple works of art, including a one-man play 'Born Enslaved.'
Gorging on gourds, Windsor residents fed up with squirrels
Trick or treaters will soon be knocking on doors, but there's one visitor some homes have already been spooked by. Squirrels have been filling up on pumpkins left on doorsteps. Rather than give them a fright, it seems to be a welcome snack.
Social housing builds stay stagnant as waitlist nears 5K
The Community Housing Corporation, along with the city, are looking at ways to get funding from the National Housing Strategy. The city has provided tax breaks to landlords who participate in the housing programs.