CBC | Windsor News
International students at the University of Windsor will see a tuition increase to offset a provincially-mandated 10 per cent decrease their domestic counterparts will receive.
Some ongoing construction work in the ceiling of the tunnel may have led to a small piece of concrete falling onto a passenger vehicle.
The Canada Border Services Agency is conducting a series of tests to learn if its human agents, and its passport-reading machines, are prone to discriminating against certain kinds of travellers.
The number of people coming forward to report a sexual assault at the University of Windsor continues to rise, up more than 300 per cent in the last school year compared to 2016-17.
Windsor police have arrested one person after a standoff kept a neighbourhood on lockdown for most of Thursday.
Google's self-driving car spinoff Waymo says it will reopen an axle plant in Detroit to convert conventional vehicles so they can drive autonomously.
Brothers visiting Sarnia from Nova Scotia returned to a bar they'd been kicked out of and allegedly attacked a bouncer.
Marathon Petroleum's request to avoid covering a petroleum coke storage pit in southwest Detroit has been denied.
If the walls of one University of Windsor student's art exhibit could talk, 'they would tell you that maqlouba is a really delicious food.'
"The public would be shocked to realize how important this element is to modern society," said assistant professor Scott Mundle with the University of Windsor.
Canada's prostitution laws are based on ideology and the flawed belief that sex work is inherently exploitative and harmful, lawyers challenging the laws' constitutionality argued in a Kitchener, Ont., court on Tuesday.