New signs will soon line the streets of uptown Leamington.
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The financial crimes unit is searching for a man in his 40s or 50s after a woman was bilked out of $7,000.
The Essex Region Conservation Authority has issued a warning for residents in Leamington, Kingsville, and Pelee Island about possible flooding and erosion.
As of 3pm today, people will be able to use Uber in Windsor to get around.
While hundreds gathered around the Leamington cenotaph to remember veterans who fought for Canada, one WWII vet was most happy to see the students.
After weeks of political wrangling the full text of the controversial Trans Pacific Partnership has been released, but not by Canada. In an innocuous post on the New Zealand Foreign Affairs and Trade website, the entire text of the Trans Pacific Partnership was posted. Portions specifically pertaining to Canada are posted below. The text lays […]
The high temperatures yesterday weren’t record breaking, but very close.
Justin Trudeau is now Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister and the ceremony is a little different than ones over the last ten years.
The province and 55,000 support staff workers have reached a tentative deal, according to a release from CUPE.
Two people were charged with impaired driving at a RIDE program on Erie St. N in Leamington. The first driver, a 49-year-old Leamington man, was arrested after he “failed” a roadside breath test Friday night. Within 30 minutes a 37-year-old Toronto woman drove through the same RIDE program, allegedly showing signs of impairment. Police say she […]