Windsor News

Windsor International Aquatic & Training Centre, January 23, 2014. (Photo by Mike Vlasveld)

FINA Budget Not A Concern

The City of Windsor isn’t worried about a variance in its budget for the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships because of a low loonie.

PC leadership candidate Christine Elliott talks with supporters at the Chatham Retro Suites on February 17, 2015. (Photo by Jake Kislinsky)

PC Leadership Candidate Talks Jobs

PC leadership hopeful Christine Elliott made a stop in the region, trying to drum up support in the event she becomes the party’s next leader.

Ice fishing on Mitchell's Bay. (Photo courtesy of

Caution Urged While Ice Fishing

While the extended period of extreme cold weather makes for ideal ice fishing conditions, the OPP is asking you to be prepared for the worst if you are heading out on the lakes and bays.

Michael Beale and his Great Canadian Flag Project partners present their case to Windsor City Council, February 17, 2015. (Photo by Mike Vlasveld)

A New Windsor Landmark

You’ll soon be seeing a massive Canadian flag as you drive into Windsor on Ouellette Ave. or down Riverside Dr.

Bags of apples donated by Thiessen's Orchard. (Photo by Kevin Black.)

Fruit Growers Watching Temperatures

The Ministry of Agriculture apple specialist says fruit growers will likely force buds open in heated buildings over the next few days to try and asses frost damage.