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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.

Strike averted: CBSA workers ink new four-year, retroactive contract for Windsor-Detroit border.

Gordie Howe bridge inches closer to connection.

“Failing to practice is practicing to fail,” Amherstburg runs nuclear emergency training.

Tackling IPV one call at a time. Windsor police launch new program.

“Everybody lost everything.” Fire at downtown Windsor recovery centre causes heavy damage.

New food plan: The downtown mission reducing daily meals in Windsor.

How homeowners can avoid paying an extra 3 per cent on their Windsor tax bills.

Windsor to spend $15 million on a downtown ice rink.

New fence on Sandpoint Beach.

Driver beware: Windsor is installing 10 more red light cameras.

Don’t fall for it: Windsor bylaw enforcement flooded with scam ticket complaints.

Windsor tourism is rebounding.

27 courses to choose from: Windsor-Essex a golfing gem.

Holy Names Knights crowned OFSAA champions. Top Stories


WATCH What we know about the reasons behind global internet outage

A Canadian technology analyst says a failed update from a key cybersecurity provider shows the nearly "universal" use of Windows products for key digital infrastructure and highlights how quickly security issues can start to cascade.

Biden is staying in the race despite support 'slippage': Campaign chair

U.S. President Joe Biden's campaign is insisting anew that he is not stepping aside as he faces the stark reality that many Democrats at the highest levels want him to bow out of the 2024 election to make way for a new nominee and try to prevent widespread party losses in November.

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