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Windsor is the southernmost city in
Canada and lies at the western end of the heavily
populated Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. Windsor
is located directly south of Detroit and is
separated from that city by the Detroit River.
The city has views of the Detroit skyline.
Windsor-Detroit is the busiest commercial border
crossing in North America, with the Ambassador
Bridge carrying 27 percent of the total trade
between the U.S. and Canada. The region marks
the only border crossing where entering the
mainland United States from Canada involves
is known as the Automotive Capital of Canada.
All welcome signs at entrances to the city
read "Windsor: The Automotive Capital
of Canada". The city is home to the headquarters
of Chrysler Canada. Industries include the
Chrysler mini-van assembly plant, a Ford Motor
Company engine plant, two Nemak plants, the
General Motors transmission plant, along with
a number of smaller tool and die and automotive
parts manufacturers. Windsor currently has
the highest metropolitan unemployment rate
in the country sitting at 9.9%.
Labour union membership has been traditionally
very high in Windsor, (currently around 25%)
but has been declining due auto plant closures
and downsizing but the Canadian Auto Workers
union continues to maintain a strong presence
in the city.
Windsor is the headquarters of Hiram Walker & Sons
Limited which is now owned by Pernod Ricard.
Its historic distillery was founded by Hiram
Walker in 1858 in what was then Walkerville,
Other notable employers are Casino Windsor,
Sutherland Global Services, Pharmaphil, Accucaps,
VistaPrint and Green Shield which are all reflective
of the Windsor region's diversifying economy.
Windsor is also home to the Great Lakes Regional
Office of the International Joint Commission,
which is housed in the Bank of Commerce Building,
a 14-storey tall bank tower occupied by the
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
The address of City Hall:
50 City Hall Square West
Windsor, Ontario, N9A 6S1