Mayor talking to a elderly man

Celebrating the City of Windsor’s 2017 Centenarians

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This month the City of Windsor released the names of 34 Windsor citizens who are celebrating the milestone of 100 years or greater in 2017. As part of the City of Windsor’s 125th birthday celebrations, Mayor Dilkens and the City of Windsor are recognizing these citizens and their beautiful stories that have helped shaped the

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Mayor Drew Dilkens at Green Infrastructure Conference

Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Investment Announcement

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Mayor Drew Dilkens was pleased to join Kate Young, Member of Parliament for London West, in announcing the investment in better water and wastewater infrastructure for Windsor. Thirteen new projects have been approved under the Government of Canada’s Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. The federal government will provide up to 50 per cent of funding

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Crowd celebrating on Ouellette street with Spitfire Players and the Mastercard Memorial Cup

99th MasterCard Memorial Cup Championship

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We could not have scripted a better Memorial Cup Championship event in Windsor. Our Windsor Spitfires took part as the Host City team – then won every game, including the Championship final against the Erie Otters. The Spitfires defeated the Otters 4-3 before a capacity crowd of 6,519 at the WFCU Centre. Our ‘Spits’ displayed

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A large march along the riverside for Windsor's 125th Birthday

Windsor’s 125th Birthday Party

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The City’s birthday celebration began with the annual Mayor’s Walk along the riverfront. Walkers carried 145 flags provided by the Multicultural Council of Windsor Essex as they walked from Assumption Park to Dieppe Park. Interesting facts from Windsor’s 125 year history highlighted the path, along with cultural dancers and music. The parade concluded at Dieppe

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