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Windsor sees spike in tree liability complaints

Despite the City of Windsor seeing a spike in the number of tree liability complaints filed by residents last year, compared to the four years before that, administration says that does not correlate to the amount of money paid out.

Rabies found in bat in Windsor-Essex: WECHU

The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reminding residents to avoid contact with unfamiliar domestic animals and wildlife after receiving a report of a positive result for rabies in a bat captured locally.

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The northern lights were on display in Stoney Point, Ont. on May 10-11, 2024. (Source: Josh Wilson)
Storm damage in Windsor, Ont. as seen on July 16, 2024. (Bob Bellacicco/CTV News Windsor)
Tulips along the riverfront in Windsor, Ont., on Sunday, April 28, 2024. (Chris Campbell/CTV News Windsor)

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'We failed,' says Secret Service director grilled on Trump assassination attempt

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