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Windsor is getting a new wine festival in 2019

Windsor wine lovers can raise a glass to a new festival coming to the region next year.

Windsor Canada Post workers might strike at midnight if deal not reached

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) say they're ready to strike just after midnight if a last-minute deal with Canada Post isn't reached by Sunday evening — with four locations across the country selected for rotating strikes.

Explosion and fire at a residence sends man to hospital, officials investigating

An investigation is underway after a fire at a multi-unit dwelling on Church Street in Windsor, Ont., sent a man to hospital with significant burn injuries, fire officials say.

Sexual assault trial of Canada's former national women's gymnastics coach begins Monday

A sexual assault trial involving the former coach of the Canadian national women's gymnastics team begins Monday in Sarnia, Ont. Dave Brubaker, 55, is facing multiple sexual offences spanning an eight-year period from 2000 to 2007.

Canada's new steel tariffs will 'kill businesses' in push to please U.S., lawyers warn

Canada's embrace of American-style protectionist measures to prop up domestic steelmakers is set to increase costs for consumers and secondary manufacturers - assuming they can even find steel to purchase amid current shortages. It's also offending key trading partners, most notably Mexico.

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