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Wednesday, Oct 17

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Aphria celebrates pot legalization with employees and investors

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A Leamington medical marijuana company celebrated pot legalization with employees and investors.

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Windsor chef wins at Canadian Pizza Summit

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Dean Litster of Armando's Pizza won the chef of the year honour at the Canadian Pizza Summit in Toronto.

Survey looks at candidates’ perspectives on the arts in Windsor-Essex

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Windsor-Essex residents can now find out where candidates in the municipal election stand on the issue of the arts.

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Parole denied for Paul Bernardo after 25 years

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Serial rapist and killer Paul Bernardo pleaded unsuccessfully for a second chance on Wednesday, arguing low self-esteem drove him to commit the sexually twisted crimes he now rues and that he no longer poses any threat to the public.

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Online and advance poll voting higher in Chatham-Kent this year

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There appears to be a lot of interest in the municipal election in Chatham-Kent.

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Traffic not impacted by pot legalization: U.S. border officials

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American officials say Canada's legalization of recreational marijuana has not had any impact on traffic flow at border crossings today.

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Streamlined pardon process for pot possession convictions on the horizon

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The federal government promises it will soon be quicker -- and less expensive -- to obtain a criminal pardon for previous convictions of simple pot possession.

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Armed robbery at Windsor convenience store

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Windsor police are looking for a man who used a gun at an armed robbery of a convenience store.

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Landmark building for sale in Amherstburg

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A landmark in Amherstburg is for sale.

Natyshak pushing for answers on black water problem in Chatham-Kent

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NDP MPP for Essex is helping Chatham-Kent residents in their fight for better well water.

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Paul Bernardo to make parole request

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Convicted rapist and killer Paul Bernardo is due to plead for release today.

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Man accused of swimming naked in Toronto shark tank arrested

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Police have arrested a B.C. man who is accused of swimming naked in a shark tank at a popular Toronto aquarium.

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New era dawns as weed becomes legal in Canada

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Canadians are waking to a seismic cultural shift as nearly a century of marijuana prohibition ends across the country today.

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Ontario residents can now buy cannabis online, must wait for retail stores

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Ontario residents can now legally buy cannabis online, though they'll have to wait until early next year to purchase some from a store.

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Public school board to review cooler classrooms

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The Greater Essex County District School Board will examine cooler classrooms.

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Public school board hopes for cooler classrooms

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The Greater Essex County District School Board will examine cooler classrooms.

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Police and pot

Rules will vary widely for different police forces on how, when, and if officers can use cannabis. Lydia Chubak reports.

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Feds to announce plan to pardon Canadians convicted of simple possession of pot

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The federal government will announce on Wednesday morning that it intends to proceed with granting pardons to Canadians who have past simple possession charges.

Postal workers could walk off the job next week

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The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as Monday.

Tuesday, Oct 16

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Windsor company fined $150K after worker’s fatal fall

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A Windsor company has been fined $150,000 after the death of a worker who fell through a skylight.

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CUPE wants city to bring parking enforcement back in-house

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The union representing city workers is pitching Windsor City Council on the merits of bringing parking enforcement back in-house.

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Cancelling cap and trade will result in $3 billion in lost revenue: FAO

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Ontario's fiscal watchdog says the Progressive Conservative government's decision to end the cap-and-trade system will result in the loss of $3 billion in revenue over the next four fiscal years.

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Man who jumped into Toronto shark tank wanted for assault: police

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Police say a man who stunned patrons and staff at a popular Toronto aquarium when he stripped naked, hopped a security barrier and jumped into a large shark tank is wanted in connection with an earlier assault.

Trudeau says parents should play role in talking to their kids about pot

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With just hours to go before pot is legal in Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says parents will play a role in talking to their kids about the drug.

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Windsor man charged with using stolen credit card

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A 35-year-old Windsor man has been charged after police say he used a stolen credit card at a number of convenience stores and pharmacies.

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Transport truck with 'major defect' taken off Highway 401: OPP

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Chatham-Kent OPP say a trucker has been charged after he was driving a tractor trailer on Highway 401 with a ‘major defect.’

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Fire destroys business on Drouillard Road

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A printing business on Drouillard Road has been destroyed by fire.

Damage estimated at $500K after fire destroys business on Drouillard Road

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A printing business on Drouillard Road in Windsor has been destroyed by fire.

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Abbott-brand nutrition beverages recalled for bacteria concerns

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Abbott Nutrition is recalling a number of its canned nutritional beverages due to possible bacterial contamination.

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Ontario private member's bills aim to end auto insurance 'postal code discrimination'

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Two Ontario legislators from different parties introduced separate bills on Monday aimed at stopping auto insurance companies from charging drivers higher premiums based on where they live.