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  Windsor (Ontario) - MSN Encarta
Windsor is the southernmost city in Canada and lies at the western end of the heavily populated Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
Windsor is the southernmost city in Canada and serves as a gateway to the United States and as a center of the automobile industry.
The 2001 population of Windsor’s CMA was 320,800.
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  Windsor, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Windsor was established as a village in 1854 (the same year the village was connected to the rest of Canada, by the Grand Trunk Railway/CN Rail), then a town in 1858, and ultimately gained city status in 1892.
Windsor is the western terminus of both Ontario Highway 401, Canada's busiest highway, and of VIA Rail's Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
Windsor's Department of Parks and Recreation maintains 3,000 acres of green space, 180 parks, 40 miles (64 km) of trails, 22 miles (35 km) of sidewalk, 60 parking lots, vacant lands, natural areas and forest cover within the City of Windsor, as well as the bike trails, bike lanes, and bike-friendly streets.
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 Windsor F.C. Nationals Soccer Club
The Windsor FC Nationals is currently composed of youth boys soccer teams ranging from under 9 to under 18.
The objective of the Windsor FC Nationals Soccer Club is to promote and develop soccer at all levels and to provide the highest available standard of competition for its players.
The Windsor FC Nationals represents Windsor and Essex County for boy's youth soccer outside its jurisdiction.
www.windsornationals.ca /index.html   (227 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Windsor, Ontario
Windsor was established as a village in 1854, then a town in 1858, and ultimately gained city status in 1892.
Ontario is bounded on the north by Hudson Bay and James Bay, on the east by Quebec, on the west by Manitoba, and on the south by the American states of Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.
Ontario's right to Northwestern Ontario was determined by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in 1884 and confirmed by the Canada (Ontario Boundary) Act, 1889 of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Windsor,-Ontario   (1189 words)

  
 Windsor Ontario Real Estate Agent - Nejla Horasan
Windsor is the southernmost city in Canada and lies at the western part of Ontario.
Windsor's proximity to Detroit has resulted in sizable amount of people working in Detroit while living and having real estate in Windsor Ontario.
Windsor is also one of Canada's major automobile manufacturing centers and is often referred to as the Automotive Capital of Canada.
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 Ontario travel guide - Wikitravel
Ontario [1] is the most populous and second-largest province of Canada, home to the Canadian capital city of Ottawa, as well as Ontario's own capital Toronto, Canada's largest city.
Ontario is bordered by the province of Quebec to the east, by the Great Lakes region of the United States to the south, by Manitoba to the west and by Hudson and James Bays to the north.
Marie, Michigan to Sault Ste Marie, Ontario; Port Huron, Michigan to Sarnia, Ontario; Detroit, Michigan to Windsor, Ontario; Buffalo, NY to Fort Erie, Ontario; Niagara Falls, NY to Niagara Falls, Ontario; Wolfe Island to Lansdowne; Massena to Cornwall.
wikitravel.org /en/Ontario   (2515 words)

  
 Windsor, Ontario - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Windsor, the southernmost major city in Canada, is located in Essex County, Ontario.
Windsor's motto is "The river and the land sustain us." Interestingly enough, it is the only point along Canada's southern border where crossing to the United States involves heading north.
Windsor is linked to the United States by the Ambassador Bridge, the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel, and the CPR Rail Tunnel.
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 Windsor, Ontario - Free net encyclopedia
Windsor was first settled in 1749 after farms started getting too far from the protection of a fort in Detroit making it the oldest continually inhabited European city in Canada, west of the Quebec border.
Windsor was established as a village in 1854, then a town in 1858, and ultimately gained city status in 1892.
Windsor is the western terminus of Ontario Highway 401, Canada's busiest highway, and of VIA Rail's Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Windsor,_Ontario   (2143 words)

  
 Windsor, Ontario
Windsor is a city of 200,000 in Ontario.
Just like Detroit, Michigan, which is across the river, Windsor is a major automobile manufacturing center, and is generally considered a blue-collar town.
Casino Windsor, a popular destination for city residents and visitors likewise, sports gigantic letters on its façade that are well seen across the river in Detroit.
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 Windsor, Ontario - Wikiality, the Truthiness Encyclopedia for Colbert's Heroes
Windsor, Ontario is the gateway to hell and is single handedly responsible for the "Global Warming Crisis." Windsorites like to say they're Canadian while the rest of Canada likes to pretend they're American.
Windsor, Ontario is home to many liberals and Union workers, and has one of the highest unemployment rates in Ontario!
A typical day in Windsor for the Union worker involves dragging your rear end out of bed (shift work is rough at $32 an hour plus benefits) because your muscles have atrophied from gross underuse.
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 Canadian Relocation Systems, Windsor, Ontario
Windsor is a city of 209,000 people, situated in an oddly shaped thumb at the bottom of Canada, directly south of Detroit, Michigan.
Windsor is home to the University of Windsor and St. Clair College,Hiram Walker distillery and Windsor Salt.
Windsor Feminist Theatre, Windsor Light Opera, and University Players provide another night out, and the refurbished Capitol Theatre pinch hits with other plays and concerts.
www.relocatecanada.com /windsor   (239 words)

  
 Windsor Police Pipe Band > Home
The Windsor Police Pipe Band was awarded Grade 2 North American Pipe Band Champions in 2002, 2003 and 2005, four-top five distinctions at the World Pipe Band Championships in Grade 2 from 2002-2005, Grade 2 Ontario Champion Supreme for 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2005, 2002 Canadian Champions and 2002, 2004 and 2005 U.S. Open Champions.
In the fall of 2005, the Windsor Police Grade 2 band was unanimously voted by the music board of the Pipers and Pipe Band Society of Ontario to be upgraded to grade 1.
Livonia, Michigan—The Windsor Police Pipe Band is proud to present Celtic Generations – Saturday, June 7th at the Monaghan’s Knights of Columbus in Livonia, Michigan.
www.windsorpolicepipeband.com   (650 words)

  
 VisitDetroit.com - - Windsor, Ontario & Beyond
Detroit’s sister city of Windsor, Canada is part of the region’s two-nation advantage.
Windsor is just a short trip from downtown Detroit by the Ambassador Bridge, the longest international suspension bridge in the world, or the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel, which leads into the heart of downtown Windsor.
Windsor is also home to Casino Windsor, Canadian Club Distillery and the Art Gallery of Windsor, with other fine attractions such as Pt.
www.visitdetroit.com /thingstodo/windsor   (409 words)

  
 My Home Town, of Windsor, Ontario
Windsor is an eclectic, largely lunch bucket collection of 193,000 people, nestled in an oddly shaped thumb at the bottom of Canada, directly south of Detroit, Michigan.
Windsor is the home of the award-winning Chrysler minivan, which has posted record sales and profits since Lee "I-Never-Met-A-Woman-I-Didn't-Marry" Iacocca unveiled the revolutionary vehicle in 1984.
Windsor was the birthplace of the predecessor to the United Way charity organization and for 26 consecutive years, the city has been more generous in donations per capita than any other city in the country (it's all those warm, fuzzy autoworkers).
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 Windsor travel guide - Wikitravel
Windsor [1] is a mid-sized Canadian city on the southwest tip of Ontario.
Windsor is also easily accessible by crossing the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel or the Ambassador Bridge from Detroit.
Windsor Symphony Orchestra, 487 Ouellette Avenue, ☎ +1 (519) 973-1238 (fax: +1 (519) 973-0764), [23].
wikitravel.org /en/Windsor_(Ontario)   (3329 words)

  
 CBC Windsor
An angry Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis explains the difference between the city's Greenlink Plan and the Detroit River International Crossing Study (DRIC).
Q and A as Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis answers questions from reporters on the DRIC and Greenlink plan.
Windsor's Dale Molnar is a finalist in the New York Festivals' 2008 TV Broadcasting Awards Competition.
www.cbc.ca /windsor   (403 words)

  
 Windsor, Ontario places to stay - the best places to stay in Windsor
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The hotel is adjacent to the Windsor Detroit Tunnel, 10 minutes from the Windsor International Airport, and 40 minutes from the Detroit International Airport in.....
Ramada Limited South Windsor is ideally situated in newly the developed South Windsor which now includes numerous restaurants,.....
www.staycanada.ca /Ontario/Windsor   (505 words)

  
 The City of Windsor
Visit the GreenLink Windsor website to learn more and to show your support.
Windsor has been added to the list of gateways for Sunwing Vacations, Canada’s fastest-growing package holiday company.
Destinations from Windsor will include Santo Domingo, on the sunny south coast of the Dominican Republic, and Varadero, Cuba’s largest beach resort.
www.citywindsor.ca   (191 words)

  
 Windsor Ontario Hotels and Motels. Best Western Continental Inn, Windsor ON Canada.
Windsor, Ontario is the southernmost city in Canada.
Windsor is actually located south of Detroit and marks the only border crossing where entering the United States from Canada involves travelling north.
Windsor's nickname is the "City of Roses" and is home to the University of Windsor and St. Clair College.
www.bestwesternontario.com /windsor-hotels   (246 words)

  
 Windsor Accommodation Guide: Accommodation Guide in Windsor, Ontario
Maps — The Windsor map can assist visitors in choosing where to stay by not only indicating where accommodations are located, but also where they are in relation to attractions, restaurants, shops, tours and transportation.
Windsor, located on the southernmost tip of the province of Ontario, is one of the most southerly cities in Canada.
The Holiday Inn Windsor Downtown, which is within walking distance to the Chrysler Theatre and a short drive from Detroit's Cobo Convention Centre, is ideal for the business traveller.
www.windsorontario.worldweb.com /FeaturesReviews/AccommodationGuide/8-147037.html   (1488 words)

  
 Transit History of Windsor, Ontario
Bus service between Windsor and Detroit, Michigan, was operated jointly by the SW&A/HERys and the Detroit Department of Street Railways from November 1929 to circa December 1930 using the corporate name Detroit-Windsor Coach Co. (CRandMW Apr. 1930, p.
Municipal owners were the cities of Windsor and East Windsor, the towns of La Salle, Riverside, Tecumseh, Amherstburg, Ojibway, Sandwich, and Walkerville, and the townships Sandwich East and Sandwich West (CR&MW September 1932).
Association members were the City of Windsor, the towns of Kingsville, Leamington and Essex, and the townships Sandwich West, Sandwich East, Sandwich South, Gosfield North, and Gosfield South (CR&MW 1932).
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 Windsor hotels and accommodation, hotel reservations in Ontario, by all-hotels.com
The Ramada Limited South Windsor is located less than a mile from Windsor Airport, approximately nine miles from downtown and...
This Travelodge in Windsor is located approximately four miles from the city's center, seven miles from Windsor Airport, and 25...
The Holiday Inn Select Windsor is softly nestled in the quiet suburban town of Windsor, Ontario (Canada), just six miles from the...
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 The Windsor Inn On The River Bed and Breakfast ~ Welcome!
The Windsor Inn on the River Bed and Breakfast is a legacy bed and breakfast, directly across the street from Alexander Park along the Detroit River - internationally designated as a heritage river.
The Windsor Inn on the River Bed & Breakfast has a beautiful unobstructed view of Detroit's scenic Belle Isle - one of the world's finest city parks, designed by Calvert Vaux as he was building New York's Central Park.
The Windsor Inn on the River Bed & Breakfast is proudly included among the local participants in Doors Open Ontario (here), a province-wide heritage celebration of The Ontario Heritage Foundation here (member of the International Doors Open Movement, originating in France in 1984).
www.windsorinnontheriver.com /index.html   (289 words)

  
 Community of Windsor, Ontario - ON, Canada - CanadaWindsor.Com - Home
Community of Windsor, Ontario, Website is a locally targeted community living resource for people who currently reside, plan to reside, and to visit City of Windsor.
You can find a variety of city information, including current and upcoming community events as well as contests and discounts offered in Windsor, local transportation, Freebies and Coupons are updated frequently for your savings and benefits.
In Windsor, the days on market for a property to be sold has gradually increased from 67 days to 91 days from 2004 to 2007, indicating a slower real estate market.
canadawindsor.com   (965 words)

  
 Windsor Raceway - Horse Racing, Slot Machines, Dinner Parties
WINDSOR, MAY 25, 2008 - Windsor Raceway fans put their faith in Yankee Pica’s ability to find her way back to the winner’s circle at her local oval, and the three-year-old pacing filly did not disappoint them, cruising to an effortless victory in the second of six Grassroots divisions on Sunday evening.
WINDSOR, MAY 21, 2008 - Three-year-old pacing filly Yankee Pica made her first lifetime appearance in the winner’s circle at Windsor Raceway, and trainer Bob McIntosh is hoping she can score her first Ontario Sires Stakes win at her local oval this Sunday, May 25.
Every effort is made to report data completely and accurately, but Windsor Raceway Inc. may not be held liable for any errors or omissions.
www.windsorraceway.com   (146 words)

  
 Apartments for rent in Windsor Ontario, London Ontario rental marketing company in Canada
Apartments for rent in Windsor Ontario can be found in areas of Windsor and Windsor landlord services are offered to help find the right apartment.
Windsor apartment vacancies are at an all time high.
The Renter Exchange is a great marketing alternative to Windsor classifieds, london classifieds, The Windsor Star Rental Ads, Renting.ca, rent4all.ca, rent4all, rent for all, rent 4 all, the london free press, london free press rentals.
www.renterexchange.com   (445 words)

  
 Windsor tourism - Windsor holiday reviews - Windsor holidays - TripAdvisor
Windsor Inn on the River Bed and Breakfast
Connect with friends - see if Windsor is one of their favorites.
Why this restaurant isn't near the top of the list of Windsor restaurants baffles me. This restaurant has been run by the same (Hungarian) family for decades and the food is as authentic as you'll...
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 Hilton Hotel Windsor Ontario Canada, ON Canada Hotel
The guestrooms at our Hilton Windsor hotel in Ontario, Canada include amenities such as dual-line telephones with voice mail and data ports, high-speed Internet, executive level accommodation located on the top three floors of the hotel with exclusive access to private lounge featuring breakfast and evening reception.
Hilton Windsor hotel in Ontario, Canada also offers The River Runner Bar or the Park Terrace Restaurant for guests looking for a fun snack by the big screen TV or full service dining with spectacular views of the Detroit River and skyline.
Recreational amenities at Hilton Windsor hotel in Ontario, Canada include a fully equipped fitness center and indoor heated swimming pool, whirlpool and saunas.
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 Employment Opportunities
To see a list of the City of Windsor positions currently available to the public, visit the Current Job Postings link on the left.
The City of Windsor also accepts applications on an ongoing basis for nine temporary, on-call "Pool" positions.
Note that the City of Windsor does not accept general resumes, only for those jobs posted in the Current Job Postings or General Supply Positions.
www.citywindsor.ca /000118.asp   (199 words)

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