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Here's a selection of my latest stories.

Ontario parents seeking autism treatment for children in the US
CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive (guest host)
Instead of waiting years for autism services in Ontario, some families are opting to pay out of pocket for treatment in the U.S.

Unifor meets with FCA
CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive (guest host)
As soon as FCA announced it was cutting Windsor assembly plant's third shift, the union wanted to meet with officials. A little more than two weeks later they got their meeting. I spoke to Unifor national president Jerry Dias.

Devonshire Mall food court surprising home to local Venezuelan restaurant
Tape talk for CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive, report for CBC Television + companion digital piece
A mall food court has become an accidental community hub for Windsor's Venezuelan community.

As cities struggle to keep recycling programs afloat, Windsor-Essex is 'one step ahead'
Tape talk for CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive + companion digital piece
When China shut its borders to much of the world's recyclables in 2018, the people who run recycling programs in many cities began to worry - but not in Windsor-Essex.

A brewery in Windsor claims parking is hindering its business
CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive (guest host)
It's not that Chapter Two Brewing Company doesn't have enough parking - they are required to have too much.

Port Elgin family faces skyrocketing eye drop costs
CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive (guest host)
A mother in Port Elgin says the eye drops that keep her daughter from going blind are jumping in price to $100,000 a year.

Not only is the Bradford pear the stinkiest tree of spring — it's an invasive species
Tape talk for CBC Radio's Afternoon Drive + companion digital piece
The Bradford pear is the ultimate Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde story.