Classification Viper Schedule A Of The Collective Agreement University Of Windsor

Windsor Regional Hospital has formal and informal agreements with Detroit Hospitals. For example, pediatric neurosurgery is no longer practiced in Windsor. The Leamington District Memorial Hospital in Leamington, Ontario, provides much of Essex County and shares resources with the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance with Windsor institutions. [Citation required] Both the University of Windsor and Collège Saint-Clair are major local employers and have experienced considerable growth and expansion in recent years. The recent addition of a comprehensive satellite medicine at the University of Western Ontario, inaugurated in 2008 at the University of Windsor, further strengthens the region`s economy and the university`s status. In 2013, the university completed the construction of a $112 million facility for its engineering faculty. Windsor has a humid continental climate (Köppen Klimaklass Dfa) with four different seasons. [16] [17] Among Ontario`s cities, Windsor has the warmest climate. [18] The average annual temperature is 9.9°C (50°F) and is one of the hottest in Canada, mainly due to its hot summers. Some places on the coast and the lower mainland of British Columbia have a slightly higher average annual temperature due to milder winter conditions. The coldest month is January and the hottest month is July. The coldest temperature ever recorded in Windsor was -32.8°C (-27.0°F) on January 29, 1873[19] and the warmest was 40.2°C (104.4°F) on June 25, 1988.

[20] Read the summary of the changes made to the collective agreement during the 2016 negotiations, in the 2016 ratification document of June 23, 2016. The city is served by Windsor International Airport, a regional airport with scheduled flights from Air Canada Express, Porter Airlines, Westjet and Sunwing, as well as heavy general air traffic. Most destinations are within Ontario, with the exception of seasonal routes to Calgary, Alberta and a variety of Caribbean destinations. The University of Windsor is Canada`s southernmost university. It is a research-based university, with a student population of 16,000 graduates and full-time students. The University of Windsor, which is now embarking on its most ambitious capital expansion since its inception in 1963, recently opened the Anthony P. Toldo Health Education & Learning Centre, home to the School of Medicine and Dentistry. With $40 million in government funding in Ontario, the university has also just completed the construction of a $112 million 300,000 square foot (28,000 m2) technical innovation centre. a structure that sets groundbreaking design standards across Canada and beyond. The university is located east of the Ambassador Bridge, south of the Detroit River. The Windsor Police Service was established on July 1, 1867.

Windsor Harbour, which covers 13.2 miles (21.2 km) along the Detroit River, is part of the Great Lakes/Saint Lawrence Seaway Systems. The port, accessible to both marine cargo ships and ocean-going vessels, is Canada`s third largest port on the Great Lakes in terms of deliveries behind Hamilton and Thunder Bay. Cargoes include a wide range of products such as attribution substances, salt, cereals, fluorspar, wood, steel, petroleum, vehicles and heavy equipment. [87] Of the parks that border Windsor`s waterfront, the largest is the 5 km (3.1 mile) course overlooking the Detroit skyline. It stretches from the Ambassador Bridge to Hiram Walker Distillery. The western part of the park includes the Windsor Sculpture Park, which features more than 30 large-format contemporary sculptures for the public, as well as the Canadian Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The central part includes Dieppe Gardens, Civic Terrace and The Festival Plaza, and the eastern part is home to the Bert Weeks Memorial Gardens. Further east along the waterfront is Coventry Gardens, across from Detroit`s Belle Isle.

The center of this park is the Charles Brooks Memorial Peace Fountain, which swims in the Detroit River and shows a colorful light at night. . . .