Interview with Robert Franz

Interview with Robert Franz

Mayor's Minutes

In the previous Mayor’s Minute, Mayor Dilkens visited the Capitol Theatre to discuss the building’s history, as well as the thriving arts scene that exists there today. Back in 1947 the Windsor Symphony Orchestra performanced on the Capitol stage and now, having returned as the full-time residents of the theatre, the WSO is celebrating their

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Capitol Theatre

Capitol Theatre

Mayor's Minutes

Mayor Dilkens recently visited one of downtown Windsor’s historic gems – the Capitol Theatre. Check out this edition of Mayor’s Minute to learn about the history of the building and how, with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra as its permanent tenant, the theatre is thriving as a hub of creative and performing arts. Stay tuned for

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Interview with Michael DiPietro

Interview with Michael DiPietro

Mayor's Minutes

The Mayor recently had a great chat with Windsor Spitfires‘ goalie Michael DiPietro in this fun take on the Mayor’s Minute. From rapid fire questions, a challenge to a game of Monopoly and dodging fans throwing hotdogs they covered it all, and crammed it into just a few minutes. Cheer on Michael and the rest

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School of Creative Arts

School of Creative Arts

Mayor's Minutes

Mayor Dilkens recently took a tour of the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts in the newly renovated Armouries Building downtown. The Armouries, built between 1900 and 1902 was originally a drill hall and regimental base. It recently underwent extensive renovations and now, along with the brand new Freedom Way building, houses the University’s

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