Most-read CTV Windsor stories of 2021
A muskie attack, COVID-19 rules and restrictions, and tales of travel woes contributed to the most-read CTV Windsor stories of 2021.
By the numbers, these were the top article clicks over the past year at CTVNewsWindsor.ca:
1. $6,200 ticket issued to Windsor, Ont. man after crossing Canada-U.S. border by Bob Bellacicco
A Windsor, Ont. man wants to fight a $6,200 ticket for crossing the Canada-United States border.
When Matt Gervais jumped into Lake St. Clair for a three-kilometre swim Friday morning, he didn’t expect it would end with 13 stitches and a too-close-for-comfort interaction with a Muskie.
A Leamington, Ont., hotel general manager and a Montreal family that was turned away over the weekend are both cautioning travelers to check the details of a reservation before booking.
A Windsor, Ont., health and wellness business has posted a sign informing customers that they will not be allowed to enter the store if they have received a COVID-19 vaccine.
5. OPP to investigate discriminatory job posting by Stefanie Masotti
A discriminatory online job posting for a position at a Kingsville restaurant is under investigation by Ontario Provincial Police.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit announced on Friday, Sept. 3 new restrictions that will affect restaurants, bars, weddings and funerals.
7.Restrictions ease at Canada-U.S. border by Angelo Aversa
Restrictions at the U.S.-Canada border are easing, but it’s not open to everyone as some believe.
Canadian and American flags fly near the Ambassador Bridge at the Canada-USA border crossing in Windsor, Ont. on Saturday, March 21, 2020. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Rob Gurdebeke)