Teachers in Ontario's public elementary and high schools have started administrative work-to-rule campaigns to put pressure on the government at the bargaining table. We'll hear from the Minister of Education who is disappointed, and the head of the high school teachers union who says the services teachers are withdrawing won't affect student learning.
A cancer diagnosis can make life very hard for people who need to keep working during treatment. We'll take a look at some new local research on those who keep at the daily grind, and how they do it.
A year-old investigation of a missing Windsor man has become the focus of property searches in LaSalle. We'll find out what police have been doing with drones and the command bus in the neighbouring community.
With black friday approaching, how many Canadians will still cross the border for the deals? On our weekly financial feature - we'll take a look at the rise of Black Friday in Canada and what retailers are expecting, in store and online.
A raid on a call centre in India caught some workers red-handed, making fraudulant calls to Canada. We'll take a look at the lucrative business of ripping off Canadians.
The province is rolling out its new regional health teams. we'll find out what it means to patients and health care workers