Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa has unveiled a $130.4-billion budget with a projected $12.5-billion deficit.
The Windsor Fire and Rescue Services says a fire at a downtown high-rise building started on the stove top in the kitchen of one unit.
Windsor police have released descriptions of two suspects after a mugging at Sandwich St. and Brock St.
Former school teacher James Lekavy will spend two years behind bars after pleading guilty to 13 historic sex-related charges.
Chatham-Kent’s mayor doesn’t like the idea of a high-speed rail system that runs from Toronto and ends in London.
One of the organizers of Windsor’s May Day March and Rally admits it’s serendipitous that today’s event falls on the same day the Ontario Liberal government brings down its budget.
A candlelight vigil remembering a murdered Halifax woman takes place at Point Pelee National Park.
Windsor-West MPP Teresa Piruzza says the provincial budget will focus on investing in people, investing in infrastructure and building a strong economy.
The City of Windsor is projecting a deficit after the first quarter of the year.
Ontario’s governing Liberals will deliver the provincial budget today, which is expected to contain tax increases for tobacco products, aviation fuel and high-income earners.