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CTV News Windsor's top stories from this week


In case you missed it, CTV News Windsor has compiled all the top local stories from this week into one video for your convenience.

You can also read about each story by following the links below.

Windsor Police and OPP Dive Team searched for two drowning victims.

Firefighters battled a multi-unit fire at a former bar that was under renovation to become a boutique hotel.

A Windsor family is lucky to be alive after smoke alarms help them escape house fire.

Driver beware: County Road 22 buckled from May heatwave.

A security guard was fired for removing a student for wearing a keffiyeh at St. Clair College.

A Windsorite is on trial for actions that led to fatal fight in September 2020.

Bee reward: A Cottam farmer put up $1,000 for any information on who stole 250,000 bees.

'Snitch line' landed a Windsor couple with a warning to remove their landscaping.

More student spaces: Ontario is investing in three Windsor area schools.

Transit Windsor is offering free rides to a popular June event downtown.

Windsor's waterfront will be on display in a 2025 half marathon.

And the Lakeshore Canadiens won a championship in spite of a challenging season. Top Stories


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