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Another Windsor councillor opines on SafePoint debate

The Windsor city councillor for Ward 4 has made his position known over whether or not council should rescind its support for the downtown location of a drug consumption and treatment site. Meanwhile, a petition has also been launched in favour of moving forward on the project and keeping the site where it is.

The proposed site for a consumption and treatment site, called “SafePoint” at 101 Wyandotte St. E., on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023. (Rich Garton/CTV News Windsor)

Positive result from LaSalle RIDE program

The LaSalle Police Department was out Friday conducting an impaired driving enforcement blitz. In a news release, police said they stopped and investigated 585 vehicles at various locations around town.

LaSalle Police cruiser, May 4, 2018. (Courtesy LaSalle police / Facebook)

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Person filmed driving on Montreal street with car covered in snow

In a viral TikTok video, a car is seen completely covered by snow driving on a street in Montreal. The video has gathered nearly 475,000 views, 18,000 likes and 1,700 comments, with many people incredulous at how anyone would drive with zero visibility out their windshield or windows.

Video shows Montreal driver in snow-covered car

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