Power outage in East Windsor and Tecumseh

Vehicles line up at the flashing traffic signal on Banwell at McNorton in east Windsor on Aug 26. Roughly 23,000 EnWin and Essex Power customers were without power for up to two hours Friday afternoon.

Americans turn to Canada for cheaper EpiPens

Darby Leigh of Florida, left, and her husband, Jonathan, of Brampton, purchased a pair of EpiPen injectors online from Canada due to exorbitant prices in the United States, where they live. Prices have soared to $600 for a pair south of the border, while the cost of a single injector is about $100 in Canada.

Aaron Driver

Aaron Driver was shot dead by police this month after the FBI tipped off Canadian authorities that the 24-year old planned to attack a major urban centre with a homemade bomb.

Postal workers strike mandate set to expire

Postal vans arrive at the post office in Halifax on Monday, May 30, 2011. It appears contract talks at Canada Post have stalled as a strike mandate for more than 51,000 members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers is set to expire. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Mayor Drew Dilkens

Mayor Drew Dilkens updates public on impact of tornado and coordinated response effort taking place.

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Tecumseh Corn Festival

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Hiram Walker 200

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