E-scooter pilot – more choice and a new way to get around Windsor

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They’re efficient. Affordable. Convenient. Fun. There is a lot to like about e-scooters. That’s why I asked administration to prepare a report that will go to the Environment, Transportation & Public Safety Standing Committee Jan. 22 recommending we join the Ontario Ministry of Transportation’s electric scooter pilot by updating our bylaws to allow these micro-mobility

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Calling all 2020 Windsor centenarians

Calling all 2020 Windsor centenarians

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WINDSOR CENTENARIANS – CELEBRATING YOUR STORY Each year, Mayor Drew Dilkens recognizes Windsor centenarians – residents aged 100 years or older – who are part of a generation that helped define our community and are living links to the rich and varied history of our city. “It is an honour for me to meet these

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Windsor to host 2020 Olympic Diving Trials at the WIATC

Windsor to host 2020 Olympic Diving Trials at the WIATC

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WINDSOR – Residents will have a chance to cheer for past and future Olympians from Canada and around the world as the City of Windsor hosts two back-to-back premier diving events this spring at the Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre. Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens announced Wednesday that the City of Windsor will host the

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Nominations now open for Mayor’s Arts Awards

Nominations now open for Mayor’s Arts Awards

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WINDSOR — The Windsor Mayor’s Arts Awards celebrate the individuals and organizations that develop and promote the “Soul of our City” by recognizing those who support locally developed arts – providing exciting, surprising and meaningful opportunities to strengthen our creative community. Mayor Drew Dilkens will present THREE awards of merit in 2020. Mayor’s Arts Award

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Mayor thanks administration for ensuring 10 years of a budget surplus

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The City of Windsor goes to great lengths to engage and inform the public about our operating budget. Every three months, we publish a variance report that clearly itemizes the spending to date for each of our departments. This report is presented to council, open for public debate and published on the city’s website for

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LPAT dismisses CAMPP appeal

LPAT dismisses CAMPP appeal

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Today the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) dismissed CAMPP’s appeal and upheld the City of Windsor’s position related to the new hospital for our community. This $2 billion investment in a new single-site acute care hospital in Windsor-Essex County is one step closer to getting done. I will continue to do whatever is required to

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