5-year-old refugee with cerebral palsy dies after routine surgery in Windsor, parents searching for answers
A Syrian refugee family that travelled for years through refugee camps in Lebanon and Turkey before arriving in Leamington, Ont. is searching for answers after their five-year-old son died following a routine procedure at Windsor Regional Hospital. More
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Since the start of the year, the city said 657 calls have come into 311 about pot holes. During the same time frame last year they had 218. Mark Winterton, the city's engineer, said they are actively working on the situation.
With Kaetlyn Osmond's bronze in women's figure skating, Canada set a record at 27 medals in Pyeongchang — one more than its total on home soil in Vancouver in 2010.
Thamesville area schools have been closed and buses have been cancelled for Friday has heavy flooding is anticipated in the area.
A routine stop at a local pharmacy took a dramatic and traumatizing turn for a Windsor mother and her young son — who witnessed two men violently attack a third, just inside of the business.video
Windsor police have a suspect in custody and are searching for another in connection with a home invasion that involved kidnapping two females.
The symphony has announced a new program called Onstage at the Capital, which will feature a bar and tables onstage, as part of its 71st season.video
The Thames and Sydenham Rivers are swollen from rainfall and snow melt and have already swamped cars in London and closed streets in Wallaceburg as the water works its way toward Lake St. Clair.
Builders in Windsor will soon be able to submit digital drawings, payments and more online through a new e-permitting system.
The Ruthven native may have missed on a final chance for Canada to repeat as gold medal winners in women's hockey, but she did score earlier in the shootout, and assisted on a goal in regulation.
Ontario Provincial Police say they have found a T-shirt they believe belongs to the three-year-old boy who was swept from his mother's arms as their van sank in the flooded Grand River near Orangeville, Ont., early Wednesday morning.
As Hollywood deals with the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein scandal through the #MeToo movement, a Windsor actor is doing her part to show what women in the film industry are capable of.audio
Provincial police say the 53-year-old man hit a truck that was waiting to pay the toll to cross into the U.S., and pushed it into a third truck, damaging all three vehicles.
After watching last week's debate, Brown decided that what the PCs needed was him: a guy accused of sexual and financial impropriety, of overseeing shady nomination practices and of inflating membership numbers to finally unite the party and defeat Premier Kathleen Wy—why are you laughing?readcomments video
Authorities say a man destroyed a suburban Detroit home while trying to use a smoke bomb to rid a crawlspace of skunks.
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CBC Investigates 'The system is full of holes': Experts say young foreign students left vulnerable by unregulated industry
Hundreds of thousands of international students are here from around the world and largely fending for themselves in a new country without adequate support from school boards, provincial governments and the federal government, industry experts say.
Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight, and a look at what's still to come later today.
A new African Canadian Cultural Experience program at Catholic Central High School is inspiring young African-Canadian students to look to post-secondary education as viable option for the future, and pursue their dreams in Canada.
The Town of Lakeshore said sanitary sewer systems are back to normal, after asking residents to avoid flushing toilets, taking showers, running dishwashers or using water.
Flavio Volpe is the president of Canada's Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association. He was the keynote speaker at a panel discussion held on Wednesday at the Ciociaro Club in Windsor, Ont.audio
Howard McCurdy was the first black member of Parliament for the New Democratic Party and a well-known challenger of racism. McCurdy died Tuesday. He was 85.video
The Thames River is expected to rise and reach levels not seen in a decade. The peak water level should hit Chatham-Kent by Friday or Saturday.
Windsor police say the body recovered from the Detroit River Tuesday is that of a woman in her 50s. They have released photos of the watch she was wearing and her keys in hopes the public can help identify her.
Patrick Brown has been cleared to run for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, a job he previously held, the party revealed Wednesday afternoon.
The city of Windsor proclaimed February 21 as 'International Mother Language Day.'
Rainfall levels quickly rose past record measurements on both Monday and Tuesday, according to Environment Canada, and Tuesday was the warmest Feb. 20 on record.
The public school board for Windsor-Essex is considering not using the Caboto Club as a venue for future events unless it allows women to become board members.
Libraries in Windsor, Essex County and Chatham-Kent are taking steps to help people get the help they need through a project called Library Hubs Meeting Community Needs.
Billy Graham, known as America's Pastor for his work with presidents and one of the most widely heard Christian evangelists in history, has died at age 99.
CBC Investigates 'You'll get a dead body': Father was 'distraught' over international student's fake kidnapping
In an exclusive interview with CBC Toronto, the father of a Chinese student in Toronto recounts the horror of being at the centre of a missing person investigation and a scam aimed at extorting money from the families of young, vulnerable international students.
The Essex Region Conservation Authority is joining the battle to protect local trees from a deadly fungus that has killed dozens in Michigan.
Ontario Progressive Conservative MPP Randy Hillier is calling for a "significant" investigation into Patrick Brown's personal finances over allegations the former Tory leader engaged in "dirty and crooked politics" that breached the province's ethics rules.
Dr. Raymond Anderson received the council award from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario for his dedicated service. The Town of Lakeshore also recognized his dedicated years of service.video
The U.S. Coast Guard confirmed it pulled a body from the Detroit River Tuesday, and Windsor Police confirm they have pulled a second person from the water in a separate location.
A total of 15.4 mm of rain was measured at the Windsor Airport on Monday, according to Environment Canada. That's enough to top the previous record for Feb. 19 of 10.9 mm, which was set in 1974.
Swept up in the excitement of the Olympics, a video featuring a Chatham Ont. boy 'swiffering' the dining room floor has drawn international attention.audio
Windsor police have arrested a man they believe killed a 16-year-old boy in Windsor last week. They say another suspect has fled the city.
Bonduelle announced its agreement to acquire Conagra Del Monte's processed fruit and vegetable business in Canada for $43 million.
Ontario's governing Liberals have introduced a bill to retaliate against any state that adopts Buy American provisions as the provincial legislature resumes sitting for the final session before a spring election.
A southeastern Michigan group supporting a high school football team has cancelled a raffle that included the same type of semi-automatic rifle allegedly used in a mass shooting at a Florida school.
Here are a few numbers you can call for help if your basement is flooded.
A neighbour admitted he shot the dog with a small calibre gun as the animal was on his property and he was "protecting his livestock."
Executive director at the Windsor Jewish Community Centre, said he's noticing more anti-Semitism across the country in recent months.
Windsor police are investigating the death of a 73-year-old man in Sandwich Town as a homicide.
Licensed marijuana producer Aphria Inc. is reducing the amount of cash it is offering for medical cannabis firm Nuuvera Inc. as shares of both companies have slipped since they announced their takeover deal.
Residents in Windsor-Essex and Sarnia-Lambton will wake up to pouring rain, thick fog and near-zero visibility Tuesday morning, according to Environment Canada.
After a 16-year-old boy was shot in a downtown Windsor alley, one local politician is continuing his fight to make the area more safe.
The final sitting of the Ontario Legislature before the June election was bound to be interesting. But with the soap opera that is the Progressive Conservative party right now, you've got the ingredients for a drama that Netflix might consider worthy of a series.
The Lambton-Kent District School Board said buses in zones 1-6 will not complete their morning runs, but those in zones 7 and 8 are running as normal despite the weather. All buses are running in Windsor-Essex.
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