Most planning committee members are accepting developer donations

The majority of the city's planning committee are accepting campaign donations from developers during this campaign season, and at least a couple — including committee chair Coun. Jan Harder — have been the beneficiaries of developer-organized fundraisers.

Award-winning N.L. film An Audience of Chairs to open women's film festival

The film won four awards at this week's Atlantic International Film Festival, including best director and best film.

Strong winds and showers to mark last day of summer

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement regarding the impact of a storm that will skirt P.E.I. to the west overnight Friday.

Ground Search and Rescue mission at North Cape suspended

High winds prompted P.E.I. Ground Search and Rescue to scale back efforts Thursday night to find two missing fishermen.

Open letter to the man at this Elton John concert who is singing louder than Elton John

Dear sir, (Not an actual Sir, though. More on that in a moment.)

Canadian NHL roundup: Habs' Max Domi suspended for rest of pre-season

Montreal Canadiens forward Max Domi has been suspended for the remainder of the NHL pre-season after punching Florida defenceman Aaron Ekblad during an exhibition game.

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Parsons not ruling out changing laws to settle west coast trash talks

Two months after western Newfoundland was supposed to start sending its trash to the province's central Newfoundland landfill, the garbage hasn't moved.

'I like the whole thing' - How Jeff Goldblum helped a Thunder Bay hot sauce company's sales heat up

Thunder Bay's Heartbeat Hot Sauce is enjoying its newfound Internet stardom. The company's red habanero sauce was featured on the sixth season of the popular Youtube series Hot Ones, which aired over the summer, something that led to an boost in business.

Strong winds and thunderstorms could make for wild weather today

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for southern Ontario, including Toronto, calling for wind gusts of up to 80 km/h and possible thunderstorms on Friday.

Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Friday

Everything you need to know to start your day.

Winds could reach 90 km/hour in parts of Quebec today, warns Environment Canada

Citizens are being advised to put away or secure any objects that could be damaged or turned into a projectile by the wind.

CBC Windsor's live broadcast from Belle River

We're broadcasting live out of Belle River Friday for both Windsor Morning and the 6 p.m. newscast.

Fall 2018 preview: 16 albums you need to hear

From Shad to Ryan Hemsworth to Ralph to Metric, here's our list of albums to watch for this fall.

'Anything's a possibility,' says Paul Davis on possible federal run

A former Tory premier was coy Thursday night about his own political future.

Liberal Leader Brian Gallant seeks to keep 'momentum' going

Liberal Leader Brian Gallant says he stands by his party's record in seeking a second mandate in next week's provincial election.

So you want to vote in the Quebec election? Let's make sure you can

Quebec's Chief Electoral Officer has started sending out its information cards, which means it's time to triple check that you are indeed registered to vote.

First Nations family advocate not confident Manitoba will act on CFS birth alert report

A First Nations advocate for children in care says she’s not confident the Manitoba government will act on recommendations in a new report that calls on the province to reduce the number of kids in the system.

PEI Humane Society in need of foster homes for neonatal kittens

The P.E.I. Humane Society is looking for more volunteers to take part in their neonatal kitten foster-care program.

Candidates for TDSB push for new French immersion middle school in Etobicoke

A parents group in Etobicoke is calling on the Toronto District School Board to do something about the long distance their kids have to travel to get to French immersion classes - and some candidates for trustee are taking up the cause.

Swimmers beware, more warnings for West Belle River beach than others

About 60 per cent of the summer in the past three years, West Belle River beach had a warning for swimmers by the Windsor Essex County Health Unit. ERCA said septic systems have a failure rate as high as 75 per cent throughout the region.

Jury deliberations set to begin for elderly woman, daughter accused of trafficking drugs

A 12-person jury is scheduled to begin deliberation Friday in the trial of two elderly woman accused of trafficking large amounts of drugs in 2016.

Thieves targeting Habitat for Humanity sites cost non-profit about $25K

A rash of break-ins and thefts at Habitat for Humanity construction sites has the organization asking members of the public to keep a watch out.

Mohawk rights activist Ellen Gabriel to close out MMIWG inquiry in Quebec City

Human rights activist Ellen Gabriel, a Mohawk artist from Kanesatake, will be the last speaker at this week's hearings of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Quebec City.

Man convicted of firearm offence running for city council in Transcona

A man charged with two counts of attempting to traffic guns to an undercover police agent four years ago is running to represent Transcona at city hall this October.