Recognizing COVID Community Champions

Recognizing COVID Community Champions

Community Champions, News

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers from across the City of Windsor have stepped up in unique ways to support one another. In response to the care and compassion elicited by residents during the pandemic, Mayor Drew Dilkens is launching an online nomination portal, asking residents to help identify worthy local individuals and

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Statement by Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens: Provincial Re-opening Plans

Statement by Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens: Provincial Re-opening Plans

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Earlier today, the Province of Ontario made further announcements regarding the continued provincial re-opening, moving some districts to Stage 3, while Windsor-Essex and nine other regions remain in Stage 2. Given that our community only recently entered Stage 2, and our neighbours in Leamington and Kingsville continue to cope with the pandemic’s continued impact within

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Statement from Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens: Funding for Municipalities

Statement from Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens: Funding for Municipalities

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Today the Province of Ontario introduced the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act, 2020 and the Federal Government tabled a fiscal snapshot for the nation. Neither Government took the opportunity to put money forward to support municipal governments coping with local budget pressures that the pandemic has caused for cities and towns across Ontario. In a teleconference

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Windsor Black Lives Matter Questionnaire

Windsor Black Lives Matter Questionnaire

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On June 19, 2020, Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens and Windsor Police Service Chief Pam Mizuno participated in a virtual roundtable discussion with local Black and African leaders in our community. On the theme of ‘talking with people who make you see the world differently’, the open and honest discussion that followed provided an opportunity for

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