Paul Martin Building Announcement

Paul Martin Building Announcement

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I joined Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Services and Procurement Steven MacKinnon for an important announcement for our city, our downtown, and our entire community. The City of Windsor will purchase the iconic Paul Martin Building from the Federal Government for $1, and the building will be given new life as the temporary

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APAG Cosyst Headquarters Ribbon Cutting

APAG Cosyst Headquarters Ribbon Cutting

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I was pleased to help cut the ribbon on APAG Cosyst’s newly established North American headquarters here in Windsor. A Swiss-based firm specializing in automotive electronics and lighting, APAG’s Windsor investment includes 148 jobs, including high-tech research and development positions, within five years. They have recruited engineers from the University of Windsor, and will be

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Quicken Loans Windsor Office

Quicken Loans Windsor Office

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Today is a great day for investment and development in Windsor’s downtown core. We have all been watching with excitement as the Old Fish Market building on the corner of Chatham and Ferry Streets has been brought back to life. This has been made possible by the hard work of local developers and the support

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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

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Today is World Mental Health Day and this year we are recognizing “Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World”. Growing up is an exciting time for many, but it can also be difficult and stressful. Half of all mental illness begins by age 14 and many go undetected and untreated. Our youth are

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Cierra Meadows Development

Cierra Meadows Development

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Today we celebrated the official ground breaking of Cierra Meadows, a $22 million town home development in East Windsor. In addition to creating new living spaces for Windsorites, it will include a state of the art storm water management system to help mitigate flooding. Congratulations to everyone involved in this project.

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