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Windsor City Council has decided to locate the beacon housing Streetcar 351 in Legacy Park near the Caron Avenue Pumping Station.

To help workers achieve better work-life balance, the Ontario government has introduced legislation that would force employers to develop policies allowing workers to unplug from the office after their shift.

As the City of Windsor's forester explained, it's the temperature along with the amount of light in a day that lets trees know it's time to start changing colours and shedding their leaves.

Overall, 170 COVID-19 cases are active in Windsor-Essex and 11 patients are being treated in hospital.

The provincial government says it will spend $20 million this year to hire 193 new inspections staff and launch a proactive inspections program in Ontario's long-term care homes.

Basketball phenom Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir says she's "humbled" by the support she's received since CBC reported she's been denied permanent residency in Canada and must return to the U.S.

William Green, 53 at the time of the offence, was initially charged with first-degree murder. During court Tuesday, he admitted to fatally shooting his best friend, who was 59 at the time, while the two played Russian Roulette.

A Leamington property owner is fighting with the province about who is responsible for cleaning up a water well that is leaking gas on one of his lots.


A judge has denied a Windsor man interim custody of his kids, concluding that his anti-masking beliefs mean he wouldn't take appropriate actions to keep them safe from COVID-19.

A Windsor man who died of COVID-19 at 27 is being remembered as a caregiver to his family and a leader on his former basketball team.

Ontario's new back-to-school plan asks too much of teachers and doesn't do enough to protect them, says the head of a provincial teachers' union.

Michelle Sadowski says she's fed up talking to her one-year-old son's doctor over the phone about his persistent cough and cold symptoms. Because of COVID-19 restrictions at the clinic, they've not been allowed to see his doctor in-person for months.

Chrystia Freeland will become Canada's new finance minister, the first woman to take on the powerful role, CBC News has confirmed.

Canadians can go to for information about the Canada Emergency Response Benefit. Service Canada and Canada Revenue Agency are jointly administering the CERB.