Windsor Morning

Windsor Morning

@CBCWindsor's morning radio show with host Tony Doucette, weekday mornings 6-8:30am. 97.5FM in Windsor.

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Ontario public elementary school teachers are the latest set to begin rotating strikes. Coming up, @CBCQueensPark  will explain what this labour unrest will mean and what to expect in the coming days.

Lawyer @amandaghahreman  weighs in on how Canada can help as leaders demand justice for the victims of Flight 752. Listen live at

This week @cbcmarketplace  investigation goes undercover inside the anti-vaccination movement. Co-host@AshaTomlinson 's joins us with the details.

A new study finds that 5 years after graduating in 2010, Canadian women earned less than men in every field of study. @StevenTobinILO  walks us through the new report.

The Windsor region could be in for its first real taste of winter weather. @environmentca  senior climatologist David Phillps joins us at 7:25.

Fun fact: CBC was the inspiration for this project that the teachers took on. Here's the story that started it all:


As protests over PC cuts take place around the province, we'll zoom in on the cuts to education ... and why one teacher has decided to track them board-by-board. joins us at 8:12 Tune to 97.5fm or 91.9fm or stream live here -

A Silicon Valley startup has begun hiring some of Windsor's brightest young engineers. The company is called i-50 and chief innovation officer Khizer Hayat spoke with Windsor Morning host Tony Doucette today about why the company chose Windsor for a Canadian base of operations.

Canada lends $526million to Volkswagen. They don't have a plant in Canada. @JimboStanford  @Unifor  weighs in at 8:10. #cbcwdr 

648 single women stayed at the Welcome Centre Shelter for Women last year. Executive director Lady Laforet says most nights they're at capacity. READ:

According to @environmentca : 35cm has fallen in Windsor since yesterday. #sl 

A professor from , is speaking out about what he calls "audit culture." He'll talk about how it will affect Ontario universities at 6:50. Tune to 97.5fm or 91.9fm or stream live here -

E-learning is still a relatively new idea, but @BBFarhadi  has been thinking about it for more than a decade as an e-learning teacher, a current high school teacher and someone who just finished her doctorate thesis on that very topic. Her thoughts on the province's plan at 7:20

Here's a link to our web story about the false child abduction over the weekend: