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Windsor-Essex received its first real visit of snow on Nov. 28, and residents capture winter's very essence.
Across Canada and here in southwestern Ontario, people gathered to pay their respects to Canadian veterans.
The re-enactment of the Battle of the Thames as part of War of 1812 celebrations in Chatham-Kent. (Chris Campbell / CTV Windsor)
Baby turtles make their arrival at Point Pelee National Park. (Sacha Long / CTV Windsor)
A crowd gathered at Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital to pray after the cross was removed from the building.
Archaeologists in Lakeshore are turning up artifacts up to 4,000 years old at a dig in Lakeshore. Photos by Chris Campbell.
Windsor has been named the host for the Great Lakes Regional FIRST Robotics tournament.
Several tall ships are on display in Windsor and Essex County for the Coastal Trails: Sails to See Festival.
Thousands of athletes, visitors and residents enjoy the 2013 International Children's Games in Windsor-Essex.
Parts of downtown Detroit have been turned into Hong Kong for the filming of Transformers 4. (Gina Chung / CTV Windsor)
A spectacular display of the Ford Fireworks presented by Target over the Detroit River in Windsor, Ont., Monday, June 24, 2013. (Rich Garton / CTV Windsor)
Three new members of Windsor's peregrine falcon family were introduced and banded.
A behind the scenes look at how sunlight is converted into electricity at Unconquered Sun in Windsor, Ont. (Michelle Maluske / CTV Windsor)
Thick, black smoke billows from a fire in the 700 block of Sprucewood Avenue in Windsor, Ont., on Tuesday, May 21, 2013. (Sacha Long / CTV Windsor)
CTV News reporters share images as a police canvas a Boston suburb for a suspected bomber.
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As residents of eastern Canada recover after yet another winter wallop, MyNews users shared their photos of how the weather impacted their region.
First Nations people and supporters rallied down the Highway 401 to the Ambassador Bridge.
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