Forty children sat on St. Nick's lap in Wallaceburg, Ont. and read off their holiday wish list. Then a group of volunteers searched stores across the municipality to find exactly what the kids were hoping for. Morevideo
Several paralegal students were worried about their eligibility to take their upcoming competency exam, while others had questions about childcare costs they didn't expect because the semester will now stretch into their holiday break.audio
St. Clair College spokesperson John Fairley apologized for the strike and said students will receive a full tuition refund if they withdraw from college because of the work stoppage.
Ontario's Ministry of Municipal Affairs has extended the deadline to apply for disaster relief and expanded the area where residents affected by the record-breaking flood in August can apply.
Experts say the cost savings of a multitrillion-dollar driverless truck industry will be unstoppable. And Canadian winter road conditions will be no barrier.
Pinto on Food 'You have to study, not do business!' UWindsor students ignore parents, open ramen house
Spoon Ramen is Windsor's newest ramen house. It is run by a group of friends who are full-time University of Windsor students from China.videoaudio
A Chatham mother is overjoyed after being reunited with her two young sons after two and a half years.
An auto safety group is asking the government for a recall of Chrysler Pacifica minivans over complaints that the engines can stall without warning.
Administration at St. Clair College have outlined their plans to accommodate students for the five weeks of time they've lost this semester, after a province-wide strike. Plans include shortening the current semester, and cutting into holiday break time.audio
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
Eyes on the road: Ontario Trucking Association puts stricter rules in place after increase in deadly crashes
The Ontario Trucking Association has released new guidelines for truck drivers, to address the issues of driver inattention and fatigue after a number of deadly crashes.
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
College faculty in Ontario head back to their schools today, after a five-week strike was ended over the weekend with back-to-work legislation.
Notorious cult leader Charles Manson, who had been imprisoned in California since being convicted of orchestrating the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and six others in the summer of 1969, has died at age 83.video
Mike Cardinal has been fighting for a residential rental licensing system in Windsor for the last 20 years. Windsor city council will discuss the licensing of residential rental housing at Monday night's council meeting.
A Detroit priest who focused his ministry on the poor and needy has been beatified by the Roman Catholic Church, a key step toward sainthood.
Jolly Bimbachi is boarding a plane to Lebanon Saturday in hopes of seeing her sons for the first time in more than two years after her husband took them on a family vacation and never returned.
Honda is recalling about 900,000 of its Odyssey minivans because the second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched.
Hundreds of thousands of college students are expected to be back in class after the province passed back-to-work legislation on Sunday to end a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty.video
A back-to-work bill that would end a strike by college faculty in Ontario appears on track to be pushed through the legislature on Sunday.
Check out brand new music from Stuck on Planet Earth, Bahamas and The Elwins.audio
Heavy rain is expected to hit the region on Friday and Saturday with total rainfall amounts of 50 to 60 mm predicted.
News they could soon be back in class was met with mixed emotions by students who have spend the past weeks feverishly studying in an attempt to stay on top of coursework.video
Wind gusts are forecasted to range between 60 and 90 km/h and waves could top 3 metres overnight.
A 27-year-old Windsor man was arrested Thursday and charged with break and enter, theft of a motor vehicle and possession of stolen property under $5,000.
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation is warning drivers all lanes of Highway 401 will be closed at Regional Road 25 in Milton this weekend due to construction.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne made a "Hail Mary" attempt Thursday night to get college faculty back to work after a five week strike, with back-to-work legislation. Here's what local NDP MPPs had to say about the issue.audio
On Monday the region will mark its first-ever Transgender Day of Remembrance at Emmanuel United Church with the goal of sharing the transgender experience.
The Ontario Liberal government's second attempt to push through legislation to end the province's college strike on Friday did not get unanimous consent, but the bill was introduced and will be debated starting on Saturday.
St. Clair College professor Pat Papadeas, who also served on the Board of Governors for the college, said she is "disappointed" by the strike negotiations and is worried about the quality of the future of college education in Ontario.videoaudio
CBC Investigates Thousands more names and companies revealed from Paradise Papers
The public will get a glimpse at the tens of thousands of names — including those of more than 3,000 Canadians and Canadian companies — in the Paradise Papers starting today.readcomments video
Students at Walkerville Collegiate Institute are putting on a production of "The Laramie Project," an acclaimed play that looks at community reaction to the 1998 hate-crime murder of gay student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyo.
St. Clair College faculty members cheered the decision to reject a deal Thursday, but students said the feel their teachers are threatening their futures.video
Vandals have struck Sarnia's Celebration of Lights displays less than 24 hours after volunteers started putting them up at the city's Centennial Park.
Dealerships push longer-term loans to make cars seem more affordable, but an undercover Marketplace investigation reveals some salespeople are either unable or unwilling to explain to customers how those seemingly sweet deals could load them up with debt down the road.readcomments video
Three Ontario companies have been fined a total of $460,000 after a worker was injured during construction of a new detention facility in Windsor.
College students in Ontario have been out of the classroom for more than a month, and some are seeking a class action lawsuit to get some tuition money back. The legal route can be long, though.video
The Owner of Riviera Pizzeria in Olde Riverside said he's worried someone will get killed by speeding vehicles.videoaudio
Mike Downie hopes the fire his brother helped light in the hearts of people across Canada helps them work towards healing their relationship with the country's Indigenous peoples.video
It's called Bright Lights Windsor and it will illuminate Jackson Park for one month. The event will feature a giant illuminated tree in the Queen Elizabeth II Sunken Gardens along with thousands of lights and holiday characters throughout the park. The opening lighting ceremony takes place December 8 at 6:30 p.m.video
OPP officers were called to Lakeside Park around 8 a.m. Thursday. A woman walking her dog said it had bitten into a plastic bag full of the green pellets that her pet found near the stone bridge.
Video My Pillette Village...
CBC Windsor hit the streets in Pillette Village to ask residents and business owners about what their community means to them — and what it needs to flourish and grow. Here's what they told us.video
Police found the stolen car Wednesday night on Windsor Avenue, but the Tannerite was gone along with the vehicle's licence plates.
It takes a crew of three and a lift truck to raise and lower the flag, so a smaller Maple Leaf will be fluttering in its place until spring.
Video My Olde Riverside...
CBC Windsor hit the streets in Olde Riverside to ask residents and business owners about what their community means to them — and what it needs to flourish and grow. Here's what they told us.video
Only the naive person views the politician without skepticism. But a politician's words are still important, not least because what he or she says they will do is generally in line with what they do.video
The Olde Riverside Business Improvement Association was so shocked by the sheer amount of water that temporarily shut down 12 of the 55 shops, they decided to act.
Steering committee members of the Riverside Minor Baseball Association's Miracle Park project may soon be coming to your door asking for donations.
A couple is offering a total reward of $100,000 U.S. dollars if two Guinness World Record-holding cats and two other felines are found alive, after a fire destroyed their home in suburban Detroit.
A Workers' Comp is a Right campaign event in Windsor Wednesday was meant to send a message to the government that the current compensation program needs to be reevaluated.
Conductors from around the world are in Windsor for a week-long workshop aimed at teaching conductors how to help children connect with classical music.videoaudio
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