Yearbooks wanted! Calling all Massey alumni!

Yearbooks wanted! Calling all Massey alumni!

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2020 marks an important year for my alma mater – the 60th anniversary of the first class of Vincent Massey Secondary School. As you can imagine, this milestone in Massey’s history is important to me. We have a unique opportunity to do something special to commemorate it. Mayors throughout the years have collected and assembled

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11-11-11, a Remembrance Day Poem by Mayor Drew Dilkens

11-11-11, a Remembrance Day Poem by Mayor Drew Dilkens

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On a cold day like this, in a place far away, A young Canadian walks slowly, and quietly, through a forest, with an assault rifle – to keep the enemy at bay. That enemy would take the Canadians life – given the chance….would mow them down – and not think twice, before doing a dance.

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Windsor’s first authorized off-road cycling parks open to public

Windsor’s first authorized off-road cycling parks open to public

Mayor's Minutes, News

Windsor’s first official off-road cycling facility is ready to welcome adrenaline junkies and outdoor fitness fans to Malden Park. Construction of about 4.8 kilometres of purpose-built pump track and singletrack trails geared to mountain biking enthusiasts and elite competitors of every skill level have just been completed this fall by our City of Windsor Parks

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Windsor earns ‘A’ for climate action

Windsor earns ‘A’ for climate action

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The City of Windsor has earned top marks for the leadership it has shown in addressing the challenges of climate change, according to a global report by CDP Cities released Thursday. In a survey of 800 cities around the world, Windsor was one of only 40 municipalities in North America to receive the highest grade

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Windsor selected for intensive pilot project to advance climate action plan

Windsor selected for intensive pilot project to advance climate action plan

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The City of Windsor has been selected as one of 25 municipalities from across Canada to take part in a pilot project to help us continue to advance our ambitious climate action objectives. Over the next year, the Showcase Cities pilot project, led by the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) Canada,

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Council greenlights bid for grants to fund $57 million projects

Council greenlights bid for grants to fund $57 million projects

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Earlier today, Windsor City Council unanimously supported an application to fund six projects worth $57.4 million that would dramatically enhance our downtown and riverfront. Should our bid to Investing in Canada Infrastructure Canada Program (ICIP), Community, Culture and Recreation (CCR) Stream be successful, the city stands to be awarded $36.66 million from the federal and

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Corporation of City of Windsor cuts emissions by 8.2%

Corporation of City of Windsor cuts emissions by 8.2%

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This week, council heard promising news about the positive effects our energy and climate action plans are having on the environment. The Corporation of the City of Windsor achieved an 8.2 per cent reduction of our greenhouse gas emissions and a 5.7 per cent decrease in our energy consumption in 2018 compared to 2014. This

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Pam Mizuno selected as Windsor’s new police chief

Pam Mizuno selected as Windsor’s new police chief

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On behalf of the Windsor Police Services Board, I am pleased to announce the selection of Pam Mizuno as Chief of Police. Pam has over 25 years’ experience with WPS. She is talented, smart & possesses the qualities needed to move the Service forward into the future. Did I mention she is also the first

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