Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Windsor, Ont. to host a fundraiser dinner and meet-and-greet to help support the Liberal Party’s campaign in the 2019 election.
The Windsor Jeep Club’s 5th Annual Jeep Jam Poker Run in support of Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario brain injury programs was the most successful yet.
More than a 150 people participated in the Windsor Jeep Club’s 5th Annual Jeep Jam Poker Run in support of Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario brain injury programs.
Hundreds of people will line the Canadian shoreline in East Windsor and on the Windsor Yacht Club patio to watch the spectacular 43rd annual Chimo Sailboat Race.
Despite a little rain, the annual CIBC Run For The Cure in Windsor, Ontario went on with enthusiastic participants raising funds in the fight against breast cancer.
The first ever Windsor Walk For The Homeless, highlighting a community crisis, was held to raise awareness and help find ways to support the homeless in the community.
128 Canadian Flags were unfurled along Windsor’s riverfront as tribute to Canadian Veterans killed and missing in action during annual Flags of Remembrance ceremony.
Most popular Doors Open Windsor stop in Sandwich Town, St. John’s Cemetery, has no doors. Olde Town Bake Shoppe was another interesting stop on the tour.
The Canada South Blues Society hosted the Riverside Blues Festival featuring Memphis Bluesman Brandon Santini in support of Operation Feed The Hungry, and Coats For Kids.
The Windsor and District Labour Council’s annual Labour Day Parade and Picnic brought out thousands of community members in a show of solidarity.