New regulations under the Safe Food for Canadians Act coming into effect this spring are going to have an affect on local importers and exporters.
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The 55th Habitat for Humanity Home built in Windsor-Essex will be dedicated this morning.
Enwin is partnering with Blue Line Innovations to help customers monitor their home energy use.
An international trade and customs lawyer thinks some possible political will to reopen the North American Free Trade Agreement is good for business.
Representatives from the agriculture industry in Essex County are looking to the government to help put them on a level playing field with the rest of the industry.
It’s back to the bargaining table for the University of Windsor and its over 1,200 graduate and teaching assistants.
A new restaurant development is in the works for downtown Windsor.
Two local clubs are hoping to transform the Essex Memorial Arena to a multi-purpose sports facility.
Windsor police are investigating after a fight broke out at a St. Patrick’s Day house party. A person was taken to hospital with a non-life threatening stab wound. Another was arrested but also taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The fight broke out around 12:15am in the 2600-block of Meadowbrook Dr. on the city’s […]
There will be no more aquatic activities at Windsor Water World.