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  • Audio - Windsor - Canada - News - CBC Player
    Jun 3 2013 6 13 After months of debate Windsor removed fluoride from our water supply It s been fluoride free for two months Calgary removed fluoride from its drinking water one year ago The difference is not good according to Dr Lenard Smith May 31 2013 51 37 Ontario Today Holding public officials to higher standard Audio Ontario Today Holding public officials to higher standard May 31 2013 51 37 Do we expect too much or simply get too little Open lines with Bruce Anderson May 30 2013 7 41 The Bridge Kim Mitchell rolls into town Saturday taking the stage at Beaverfest Audio The Bridge Kim Mitchell rolls into town Saturday taking the stage at Beaverfest May 30 2013 7 41 May 29 2013 9 28 The Bridge It takes hundreds of volunteers to make the Detroit Grand Prix a success and lots of them are Canadians Audio The Bridge It takes hundreds of volunteers to make the Detroit Grand Prix a success and lots of them are Canadians May 29 2013 9 28 It takes a lot of volunteers to put on the Detroit Grand Prix And many of those volunteers come from this side of the border Louis Fallone is one of those volunteers He joins me in the studio May 31 2013 5 16 The Early Shift Bike to Work Day at CBC Windsor Audio The Early Shift Bike to Work Day at CBC Windsor May 31 2013 5 16 After a community bike ride that started at 6 45 this morning from the WFCU Centre 40 50 people arrived at the CBC Windsor studios at Riverside and Crawford for Bike to Work Day We spoke to Kari Gignac the chair of the Windsor Bicycling Committee May 31 2013 4 10 The Early Shift Bike to Work Poem Audio The Early Shift Bike to Work Poem May 31 2013 4 10 What does it take to be named Bike Commuter of the Year A 10 year old Windsor girl named Marta Obersat Johnson had some good ideas and she put them into a poem May 31 2013 6 06 The Early Shift Art in the Park Audio The Early Shift Art in the Park May 31 2013 6 06 When you ve set up shop at Art in the Park for thirty five years you have a few stories to tell We spoke to Windsor artist Julia Conlon May 31 2013 6 48 The Early Shift Downtown Market Audio The Early Shift Downtown Market May 31 2013 6 48 The downtown farmers market opens for a new season in Windsor A great chance to load up on seasonal local food But what about a permanent downtown market We explored that idea when with Steve Green general manager of the market May 29 2013 9 28 The Bridge It takes hundreds of volunteers to make the Detroit Grand Prix a success and lots of them are Canadians Audio The Bridge It takes hundreds of volunteers to

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/Canada/Windsor/Audio/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Diaperless babies latest alternative parenting method - Windsor - CBC News
    recommend or condemn the practice There s a whole group of people who say Oh no we don t want any kind of vaccination we just want to go natural Kazmie said OK so if you want to go natural don t use electricity don t use anything Just go natural But you have to always consider what is beneficial and what the risks advantages and disadvantages are If it is too difficult for a mother to do this training don t push for it Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Don Pittis Stephen Poloz will be an economic party pooper at Bank of Canada An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis as new Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz takes over today for a seven year term more Funnel

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/04/24/wdr-diaperless-babies-elimination-communication.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Huge toxic algae bloom expected for Lake Erie - Windsor - CBC News
    to keep all the fertilizer in the soil and dire predictions from scientists won t change that He thinks scientists should recognize there is only so much farmers can do Denotter already uses GPS to determine where he needs to fertilize uses soil tests to determine how much fertilizer he needs and uses what he calls a no till system where he doesn t turn up the earth Denotter said it s in farmers best interest to do what they can to keep the phosphorus in the soil because it costs about 700 per tonne Last fall the Essex Region Conservation Authority and Windsor Essex County Environment Committee launched an educational campaign about blue green algae It s called Overload Lake Erie Blue Green Algae Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Don Pittis Stephen Poloz will be an economic party

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/04/29/wdr-algae-bloom-predicted-lake-erie.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Which part of Canada has the most smokers? - Windsor - CBC News
    Based on current trends they estimate that tobacco may cause about one billion deaths in the 21st century WHO estimates that second hand smoke causes 600 000 premature deaths per year with children accounting for 28 per cent of those deaths U S data shows an estimated 50 000 deaths per year as attributable to second hand smoke mostly from heart disease In Canada according to the 2011 StatsCan survey 15 1 per cent of Canadians 12 years and older were exposed to second hand smoke at home WHO estimates that comprehensive national smoke free laws protect just 11 per cent of the world s population but the number of people protected from second hand smoke more than doubled to 739 million in 2010 from 354 million in 2008 A 2004 report by the U S Surgeon General estimates that for every death attributable to tobacco 20 people are living with a tobacco caused disease Tobacco control WHO has also looked at the effectiveness of various methods of tobacco control It claims that A comprehensive ban on all tobacco advertising promotion and sponsorship could decrease tobacco consumption by an average of about seven per cent Increasing tobacco prices by 10 per cent through tax hikes decreases tobacco consumption by about four per cent in high income countries and by up to eight per cent in low and middle income countries WHO says that their Framework Convention on Tobacco Control which has been in force since 2005 is one of the most widely embraced treaties in the history of the United Nations Canada is a signatory Quitting smoking In 2010 over 60 per cent of Canadians who had been smokers had quit One year after someone quits smoking the risk of coronary heart disease falls by half About 10 years after someone quits the risk of dying from lung cancer falls by half The major sources for this story are Statistics Canada s Canadian Community Health Survey a study from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health The World Health Organization and The Tobacco Atlas from the World Lung Foundation and the American Cancer Society See the external links in the left column in some browsers Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/05/30/f-tobacco-statistics.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Millard Air hangar contained stolen vehicles, police say - Windsor - CBC News
    appeared to be digging on the property An excavator was brought in on a trailer attached to an unmarked black SUV to the farm at 2548 Roseville Rd The CBC s Colin Butler spotted the excavator digging on the property Butler was told by a detective acting as liaison for Waterloo Regional Police that police will likely wrap up their search of the Millard farm Thursday On the site are multiple police vehicles including a Toronto police Forensic Indentification Services SUV a large unmarked white utility truck and two unmarked OPP vans Toronto homicide unit Staff Insp Greg McLane confirmed on Tuesday that police were executing a search warrant in connection with the disappearance of Babcock and the suicide of Wayne Millard McLane said they were following up on recent information that led them to search the farm the second time police have done so since the Bosma slaying Fresh piles of dirt were spotted at the farm Tuesday and police officers were seen raking and cutting back tall grass with a weed trimmer on the property Officers were also observed with a ground penetrating radar device that is commonly used to find underground objects Operations at the farm were suspended on Wednesday because of predictions of severe thunderstorms in the region Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/05/30/toronto-millard-manitoulin.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Traffic Cameras | CBC Windsor
    near Hwy 3 Central near Grand Marais Chrysler Centre near Grand Marais College near Huron Church Rd Cousineau near Hwy 3 Dougall Ave near Cabana Rd Dougall Ave near E C Row North Dougall Ave near Roseland Dougall Ave near West Grand Dougall Parkway near 6th Concession Dougall Parkway near Howard Ave E C Row near Central Ave E C Row near Dominion E C Row near Dominion E C Row near Huron Church E C Row near Jefferson Ave E C Row near Lauzon Parkway E C Row near Malden E C Row near Walker Rd E C Row near West of Banwell Rd Goyeau near Elliott Goyeau near Park Howard near Hwy 3 Ouellette near Eugenie St Ouellette near Giles Ouellette near Tecumseh Rd Patricia near Wyandotte Pulford near Huron Church Rd Talbot Road near Highway 401 Tecumseh Rd near Central Ave Tecumseh Rd near Chrysler Centre Tecumseh Rd near Hall Tecumseh Rd near Howard Walker near Division Wyandotte near Alymer Wyandotte near Goyeau Wyandotte near Hall Wyandotte near McDougall Wyandotte near Walker Windsor Traffic Camera Map CBC Windsor Contact the Newsroom TEL 519 255 3456 E mail the Newsroom About our team Send us your photos Our Address 825 Riverside Drive W Windsor Ont N9A 5K9 TEL 519 255 3411 CBC Windsor Online Online News Writer E mail Greg Layson TEL 519 255 3420 Web Developer E mail Dwight Friesen TEL 416 205 2226 CBC Revenue Group Visit our website cbcrevenuegroup cbc ca Broadcast Sales E mail Nancy Lauzon TEL 416 255 3510 Digital Sales E mail Huw Cawthorn TEL 1 855 320 4368 or 604 662 6614 Queries on Programming Audience Relations Contact Us TEL 1 866 306 4636 Local News and Programs Managing Director E mail Shawna Kelly TEL 519 255 3563 Schedule The Radio

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/windsor/features/traffic/ (2013-06-03)
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  • U.S. paying for Canadian police emergency radios - Windsor - CBC News
    service agencies one multi band radio can monitor multiple channels The difference now with these new radios is that one device can do the job of potentially four radios Dodd said With the new gear Dodd said officers will spend less time juggling their radios and have more time to rescue boaters The radios would have come in handy during a bomb threat at the Windsor Detroit Tunnel last summer Dodd said He said part of this new initiative is to enhance communication in the tunnel specifically A bomb threat closed the Detroit Windsor Tunnel for nearly four hours July 12 2012 Officers from police departments on both sides of the border found no explosives inside the 1 5 kilometre international crossing Dodd said homeland security is also paying for new high tech dispatch infrastructure in Canada too The new technology would allow dispatch centres on both sides of the river to communicate with each other he said It would also allow dispatchers to patch a radio or cellphone user into consoles on both sides of the border to allow all first responders to communicate with the user if need be The capabilities are pretty amazing Dodd said Dodd ensured it is not a concern that U S officials could be monitoring Windsor police channels The radios being supplied will be programmed in such a way that U S agencies will only have the capability to monitor broadcasts and communicate with Canadian agencies on specific channels and frequencies that have been agreed upon for interoperability purposes Dodd said Neither U S or Canadian agencies will have the capability to listen in on communications on any channels other than those authorized for cross border communication Dodd explained Do you trust the U S Department of Homeland Security to buy emergency services radios for Canadian first responders U S Homeland Security Multi Band Radio Pilot Report PDF U S Homeland Security Multi Band Radio Pilot Report Text Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/05/01/wdr-homeland-security-canadian-radios.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Mass honeybee deaths linked to insecticides - Windsor - CBC News
    to do a little bit of tweaking to the equipment to minimize the effect he said We need the insecticide If we lose that it would be totally detrimental to the grain industry He said yields would dramatically fall without the use of insecticide Many flowering plants require insects to transfer pollen which contain sperm cells to the female part of a flower in order to produce seeds which are often enclosed in a fruit Honeybees which aren t native to North America are sometimes hired out and trucked from field to field in order to pollinate farmers fields An international study he co authored with a University of Calgary professor found that wild pollinators are just as key to pollination Unfortunately Lawrence Harder said there is evidence that many wild pollinators are also on the decline Should Canada follow the European Union s lead and further restrict the use of pesticides With files from The Associated Press Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Windsor News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more Pet coke not discussed by premiers governors at summit Governors and premiers representing states and provinces surrounding the Great Lakes did not discuss the piles of petroleum coke on the Detroit River when they met on the weekend more Oklahoma toronado relief finally clears U S border in Windsor The aid truck bound for Oklahoma to help tornado victims has successfully crossed the border more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Collier Windsor can t be seen as Detroit Light Even though it s mostly the responsibility of the federal government to promote Canadian identity a University of Windsor professor says it s important Windsor isn t seen as Detroit Light more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/story/2013/04/29/wdr-ontario-farmers-bees-corn-planting.html (2013-06-03)
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