A regional tax accountant says the heart bleed bug and the subsequent shutdown of the Canada Revenue Agency’s public website is no excuse not to get your taxes done.
The Windsor Express is looking to even the score against the Island Storm in Game 4 at the Eastlink Centre in Charlottetown.
Shock and sorrow meet news of the death of former Conservative finance minister Jim Flaherty.
The cut in the number of race dates at horse racing tracks in Leamington, Dresden and Hiawatha, is behind an animated exchange during question period at Queen’s Park. Windsor-Tecumseh MPP Percy Hatfield challenged Premier Kathleen Wynne a day after the Lakeshore Horse Raceway Group found out the number of race dates in Leamington will likely […]
Chatham-Kent-Essex MP Dave Van Kesteren says it’s just the right thing to do, denying people convicted of murdering their spouse or parent CPP survivor benefits.
The Leamington Flyers host the St. Catharines Falcons in Game 1 of their Sutherland Cup semifinal.
The lawyer representing Detroit Bulk Storage, the company that illegally stored petroleum coke on the Detroit River last year, says the Detroit board of zoning appeals didn’t deny its application. It was dismissed.
A constitutional law professor at the University of Windsor thinks city council may have a legal fight on its hands if it attempts to create panhandling zones downtown.
A report from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says housing starts took a dip in March compared to March 2013, but the year-to-date numbers show an increase.
Sometimes police have to search for a suspect, and sometimes the suspects come right to police.