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Farrow Riverside Miracle Diamond

Farrow Riverside Miracle Diamond

Mayor's Minutes

Construction on the Farrow Riverside Miracle Park is set to begin any day now. Check out this edition of Mayor’s Minute to learn more about this exciting new project. I’m so proud of the Riverside residents whose hard work made this dream a reality, and I can’t wait for the entire community to experience the

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Museum Windsor’s 60th Anniversary

Museum Windsor’s 60th Anniversary

Mayor's Minutes

Welcome to part two of our Museum Windsor series. In this edition I met up with Madelyn DellaValle, museum curator, to talk about the Francois Baby House, their 60th anniversary, and what was in the time capsule from 1988. Stay tuned for part three where we explore the “bunker” – a storage room full of

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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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