In the past 24 hours, the Chatham-Kent Police Service responded to 199 calls for service, arresting six people as a result.
A heat warning remains in effect to kick off July.
Despite the City of Windsor prohibiting the use of fireworks on most days of the year, Walkerville resident Jordan Whelan says his family has been disturbed by the sounds of loud pops multiple times a day for the past six months.
Ontario drivers could soon see the end of 'unfair' insurance policies with premiums based on postal codes, Premier Doug Ford said Thursday.
Vaccine Mandates are slowly being phased out of many large workplaces. Some never had them, but others, including the City of Windsor, are sticking with them.
Ontario gas prices are about to take a huge drop and one expert says it will be 'well worth waiting' if drivers can hold off on filling up.
Canada Day activities are back and bigger than ever in Windsor-Essex on July 1, 2022 as the country celebrates it’s 155 birthday.
If a swim in the lake is in your plans this weekend, the Windsor-Essex County Health report recommends Cedar Beach, Cedar Island Beach or Sandpoint Beach.
In the wake of last year’s discoveries of unmarked graves at residential schools and the prominent displays of the Canadian flag during 'Freedom Convoy' protests, some Canadians are re-evaluating the meaning of the national symbol.
Thousands of people converged on downtown Ottawa to celebrate Canada's 155th birthday, while police and city officials braced for possible protests against COVID-19 restrictions.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling on Canadians to recommit to the country’s values, including respect, hope and kindness, in his official Canada Day message.
A recent survey shows nearly 50 per cent of Canadians who rent expect to do so forever. As rising interest and inflation rates contribute to a sense of pessimism among first-time homebuyers in Canada, some are sharing their struggles with purchasing their first house.
Russian missile attacks on residential areas killed at least 21 people early Friday near the Ukrainian port of Odesa, authorities reported, a day after the withdrawal of Moscow's forces from an island in the Black Sea seemed to ease the threat to the city.
Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre marches with anti-mandate demonstrators, as Ottawa preps for protests. Glen McGregor reports.
The final classes have let out for summer across Canada. Heather Wright has more on the last day of school.