Windsor, Ontario

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Windsor is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, on the south bank of the Detroit River directly across from Detroit, Michigan.wikipedia
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Detroit

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Windsor is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, on the south bank of the Detroit River directly across from Detroit, Michigan.
Detroit and its neighboring Canadian city Windsor are connected through a tunnel and the Ambassador Bridge, which is the second busiest international crossing in North America, after San Diego–Tijuana.

Detroit River

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Windsor is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, on the south bank of the Detroit River directly across from Detroit, Michigan.
The river divides the metropolitan areas of Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario—an area referred to as Detroit–Windsor.

London, Ontario

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The city's population was 217,188 at the 2016 census, making it the third-most populated city in Southwestern Ontario, after London and Kitchener.
London lies at the junction of Highway 401 and 402, connecting it to Toronto, Windsor and Sarnia.

Detroit–Windsor

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The Detroit–Windsor urban area is North America's most populous trans-border conurbation, and the Ambassador Bridge border crossing is the busiest commercial crossing on the Canada–United States border.
The Detroit–Windsor region is an international transborder agglomeration comprising the American city of Detroit, Michigan, the Canadian city of Windsor, Ontario, and the Detroit River between them.

Essex County, Ontario

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Located in Essex County, it is the southernmost city in Canada and marks the southwestern end of the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor.
The City of Windsor and the Township of Pelee are within the Essex census division but are not part of Essex County.

Ambassador Bridge

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The Detroit–Windsor urban area is North America's most populous trans-border conurbation, and the Ambassador Bridge border crossing is the busiest commercial crossing on the Canada–United States border.
The Ambassador Bridge is a tolled suspension bridge across the Detroit River that connects Detroit, Michigan, United States, with Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Automotive industry in Canada

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Windsor is a major contributor to Canada's automotive industry and is culturally diverse.
The first large-scale production of automobiles in Canada took place in Walkerville, Ontario, near Windsor, in 1904.

LaSalle, Ontario

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Later it was called La Côte de Misère ("Poverty Coast") because of the sandy soils near LaSalle. There is a large French-speaking minority in Windsor and the surrounding area, particularly in the Lakeshore, Tecumseh and LaSalle areas. The Windsor trail network is linked to the LaSalle Trail in the west end, and is to eventually be linked to the Chrysler Canada Greenway (part of the Trans Canada Trail).
It is a bedroom community of the City of Windsor and part of the Windsor Census Metropolitan Area, and is located south of that city.

Tecumseh, Ontario

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There is a large French-speaking minority in Windsor and the surrounding area, particularly in the Lakeshore, Tecumseh and LaSalle areas.
It is on Lake St. Clair east of Windsor and had a population of 23,229 at the 2016 census.

Lakeshore, Ontario

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There is a large French-speaking minority in Windsor and the surrounding area, particularly in the Lakeshore, Tecumseh and LaSalle areas.
It is part of the Windsor census metropolitan area.

Neighbourhoods of Windsor, Ontario

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Sandwich, Ford City and Walkerville were separate legal entities (towns) until 1935.
Windsor, Ontario has a very diverse population, and this diversity is shown in its many neighbourhoods.

Duff Baby House

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The city's oldest building is the Duff-Baby House built in 1792.
The Duff Baby House is an historic house located in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Battle of Windsor

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Windsor was the site of a battle during the Upper Canada Rebellion in 1838.
The Battle of Windsor was a short-lived campaign in the eastern Michigan area of the United States and the Windsor area of Upper Canada.

Walkerville, Ontario

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Sandwich, Ford City and Walkerville were separate legal entities (towns) until 1935.
Walkerville, Ontario is a former town in Canada, that is today a heritage precinct of Windsor, Ontario.

Windsor's Community Museum

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The François Baby House in downtown Windsor was built in 1812 and houses Windsor's Community Museum, dedicated to local history.
Museum Windsor is a historical museum located in Windsor, Ontario, Canada which displays the city's rich and colourful past.

Windsor Police Service

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The Windsor Police Service was established on July 1, 1867.
The Windsor Police Service is a police force originally established on July 1, 1867, to provide service to the City of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Rum-running in Windsor, Ontario

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Rum-running in Windsor was a common practice during that time.
From that point forward, the City of Windsor, Ontario was a major site for alcohol smuggling and gang activity.

Windsor Star

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The Windsor Star commemorated the 45th anniversary of the event on October 25, 2005.
The Windsor Star is a daily newspaper in Windsor, Ontario.

Caesars Windsor

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Caesars Windsor, one of the largest casinos in Canada, ranks as one of the largest local employers.
Caesars Windsor in Windsor, Ontario, Canada is one of four casinos in the Detroit–Windsor area.

Quebec City–Windsor Corridor

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Located in Essex County, it is the southernmost city in Canada and marks the southwestern end of the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor.
As its name suggests, the region extends between Quebec City in the northeast and Windsor, Ontario in the southwest, spanning 1150 km.

Ford City, Ontario

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Sandwich, Ford City and Walkerville were separate legal entities (towns) until 1935.
Ford City was a community in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the municipal boundaries of Windsor.

Chrysler Canada Greenway

The Windsor trail network is linked to the LaSalle Trail in the west end, and is to eventually be linked to the Chrysler Canada Greenway (part of the Trans Canada Trail).
The Chrysler Canada Greenway is a 42 km-long rail trail in Essex County, Ontario, Canada, stretching from Oldcastle (near Windsor) to Leamington.

University of Windsor

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Both the University of Windsor and St. Clair College are significant local employers and have enjoyed substantial growth and expansion in recent years.
The University of Windsor (U of W or UWindsor) is a public comprehensive and research university in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Conurbation

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The Detroit–Windsor urban area is North America's most populous trans-border conurbation, and the Ambassador Bridge border crossing is the busiest commercial crossing on the Canada–United States border.
The major U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan lies immediately across the Detroit River from Windsor, Ontario in Canada.

1997 Southeast Michigan tornado outbreak

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The city was grazed by the 1997 Southeast Michigan tornado outbreak with one tornado (an F1) forming east of the city.
One tornado formed east of the Detroit River, in Essex County, Ontario, near Windsor, Ontario and caused damage in Windsor and Essex County.