OPSEU Local 135 President Randy Simpraga is calling for the premier to come to the table with a better offer for corrections officers across the province.
A quick-thinking shopper allowed Windsor police to locate and arrest a suspected toy thief.
The Ontario Provincial Police has reopened a section of County Rd. 46 after a fatal accident involving two cars and a dump truck.
All but two residents at Victoria Street Manor in Amherstburg are now relocated from the facility set for closure.
Members of the Voices of Vedas Hindu Temple in Richmond Hill don’t know the students at Marlborough Public School in Windsor, but they’ve made Christmas much merrier.
The Spitfires are hoping to head into the Christmas break on a winning note, as they’re set for a pair of games against Saginaw.
December is the busiest month for fires, according to Leamington Fire Chief Chuck Parsons.
Paying to replace the Colchester pier is something the mayor of Essex thinks the feds should fund for instead of the municipality.
You can now text Windsor’s 311 call centre.
Members of Chatham-Kent’s agricultural sector say the banning of neonics would be detrimental to Ontario’s food supply.