Take a minute to join Mayor Dilkens as he profiles behind the scenes Windsor locations or gives his thoughts on local issues.
St. John’s Cemetery

St. John’s Cemetery

Mayor's Minutes

Established in 1788, Sandwich is Windsor’s most historic neighbourhood and has been the setting for many battles over the years. From the earliest Indigenous settlements to now, it has played a key role in shaping our local history. With veterans from as far back as the Seven Years War (1756-1763) buried at St. John’s Anglican

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Sculpture Preservation

Sculpture Preservation

Mayor's Minutes

In the latest edition of Mayor’s Minute Mayor Dilkens catches up with our Conservation and Preservation Team in Ford City. The students show him the work required to take care of Windsor’s 105 public sculptures, from inspecting and documenting, to cleaning and waxing. The Mayor also learn more about the “Generations” sculpture, created by local

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Dr. Alan Wildeman

Dr. Alan Wildeman

Mayor's Minutes

It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years since University of Windsor President and Vice Chancellor, Dr. Alan Wildeman first arrived in Windsor. At the end of this week, Alan will officially retire and assume the role of President Emeritus.  Since Alan and his wife Debra arrived in Windsor we’ve seen the University flourish. There

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Peche Island

Peche Island

Mayor's Minutes

Starting tomorrow, our new boat to Peche Island will officially open for business! This service will operate every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm during summer months.  Come and see your incredible 86-acre island that until now, has been largely inaccessible to the general public.  Since City Council unanimously approved $1 million in improvements, crews

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