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Finalists announced for North American car, utility and truck of the year

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The finalists for the North American Car And Truck Of The Year have been unveiled.

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Ministry says recipients must pick up November ODSP cheques

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Due to the uncertainty over mail delivery, anyone who receives an Ontario Disability Support Program cheque by mail is being asked to pick it up in person at their local office.

Hospital officials report very positive conversations with new health minister

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Officials at Windsor Regional Hospital say they continue to have good dialogue with the Ministry of Health about a new hospital system in Windsor-Essex.

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Police seek help with investigation into missing Tecumseh man

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Windsor police are looking for information related to a missing 29-year-old Tecumseh man.

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Labour members blocking mail from leaving Tecumseh Canada Post office

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Members of the Windsor and District Labour Council blocked Canada Post vehicles departing the Tecumseh Post office on Thursday.

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Police-reported hate crime on the rise, Statistics Canada says

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Statistics Canada says police-reported hate crime increased sharply last year, with incidents targeting blacks, Jews and Muslims accounting for most of the national increases.

Crystal meth and throwing knives seized after Chatham traffic stop

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Chatham-Kent police have seized crystal meth, throwing knives and a replica handgun after a traffic stop.

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Actor Hugh Jackman launching arena tour next year

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Hugh Jackman will launch his first ever world tour next year, performing at arenas mostly reserved for pop, rock and rap stars.

Wanted person sought on Ellrose Avenue

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Windsor police are in an active investigation involving a wanted person believed to be inside a home in east Windsor.

Suspect arrested after investigation on Ellrose Avenue

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Windsor police have arrested a suspect after an investigation in the east end.

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Windsor police getting almost $100K to help combat human trafficking

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The provincial government is giving Windsor police $99,608 for community-centered initiatives.

Netflix Canada plans biggest price increase yet as competition intensifies

Another price hike is on the way for Netflix Canada subscribers as competition heats up among the biggest streaming video services.

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Ontario's Tory government set to release climate change plan today

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Ontario's Progressive Conservative government is set to unveil its climate change plan today, months after it cancelled the province's cap-and-trade system.

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World eyes trade tension as Trudeau arrives at high-drama G20 summit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Buenos Aires this morning for a high-stakes G20 summit set to begin on Friday and draw global attention over trade tensions between China and the United States.

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Windsor eliminates sports tourism position

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The City of Windsor is no longer going to have a sports tourism officer.

Candlelight vigil remembers Windsor victims of violence

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Hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigil in Windsor on Wednesday evening to remember victims of violence.

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Traffic backlogs cleared at Ambassador Bridge

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Traffic is moving smoothly again at the Ambassador Bridge after heavy backlogs on Wednesday.

Wednesday, Nov 28

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School community rallies around Windsor boy with brain cancer

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A 9-year-old boy is getting support from his school community as he is battling for his life.

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‘Armed and dangerous’ suspects sought after east Windsor robbery

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Windsor police are looking for two suspects considered “armed and dangerous” after a robbery at a business in the east end.

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Delays reported for truck traffic at Ambassador Bridge

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Trucks are backed up at the Ambassador Bridge.

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More assistance for corn farmers faced with toxic mould on crops

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Frustrated farmers dealing with a toxic corn mould are getting some more help from a joint federal and provincial organization.

PC government to release climate change plan Thursday

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Ontario's Progressive Conservative government will release its plan to address climate change on Thursday.

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Windsor man arrested after child porn seized at Windsor-Detroit border

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Canada Border Service Agency officers seized suspected child pornography at the Windsor-Detroit border.

Alert Ready system tested across the country for second time

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Most Canadians had their mobile phones, televisions and radios to sound off today as the Alert Ready system went a second round of testing.

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Festive ride campaign cracking down on drunk and high driving

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Provincial police are reminding drivers that they are as prepared to deal with drivers who are impaired by drugs and alcohol.

Breast reconstruction program launched in Windsor

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An event at Windsor Regional Hospital hopes to shed more light on a program being offered at both campuses.

National vacancy rate falls, demand still outpacing supply: CMHC

Canada's overall vacancy rate dropped for a second year in a row, as demand for rental housing grew at a faster pace than supply, according to the Canada Mortgage Housing Corp.

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Lakeshore officials get feedback on flooding

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Lakeshore's storm water master plan is flowing along.

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Expect 'lengthy delays' for parcel delivery: Canada Post

As back-to-work legislation forced the end of rotating strikes by Canada Post workers, the agency is warning customers to expect 'lengthy delays' for some types of deliveries.

Tuesday, Nov 27

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USMCA benefits touted at Canadian Tooling and Machining Association seminar

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The USMCA trade pact being signed by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico on Friday is expected to have a big impact on the manufacturing sector in Windsor-Essex.