Ontario Provincial Police are asking any witnesses to a Tuesday night crash to come forward.
Dozens of businesses in Windsor-Essex got help from the federal government in weathering the COVID-19 storm.
In a news conference at Queen’s Park, Ford said the state of emergency will begin “effective immediately” and a stay-at-home order will be in place as well.
The OPP have wrapped up another holiday season keeping impaired drivers off Windsor-Essex roads.
Detroit’s annual automotive showcase has been forced to adapt once more because of COVID-19.
Members of the US House of Representatives are moving quickly in the effort to remove President Donald Trump from office.
The Town of Kingsville is ready to enforce light pollution controls to reduce the infamous “county glow”.
A Windsor-Essex healthcare system has stepped up its support efforts for a long-term care home affected by COVID-19.
Some in Washington have gone on record asking for the removal of the President of the United States from office.
President-elect Joe Biden’s win has been certified by a joint session of lawmakers after a violent day that claimed four lives in Washington D.C.