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    (1749- )
    Founded in 1749 by a French-Canadian agricultural settlement
    Present day community founded in 1854
    Population in the city and metro area is 344,747 combined at 2016 census
    The north leg of the Ambassador Bridge is located here
    Nicknamed the 'Automotive Capital of Canada'
    Home of the Ontario Hockey League's Windsor Spitfires franchise
    Home of the Ontario Hockey League's Windsor Spitfires franchise
    It relies heavily on the automotive industry.
    It went through various name changes before it settled on its current name.
    The city's downtown was wiped out by a fire (October 12, 1871).
    It was a hub for alcohol smuggling during the prohibition era.
    It has extremely hot and humid summers.
    The settlement was initially known as Little Coast, due to its location on the Detroit River.
    It was the site of a gas explosion that levelled the Metropolitan Store, killing 10 people (1960).
    It is the southernmost Canadian city on the mainland.
    It is located directly across the river from the City of Detroit.
    It established itself as a diverse multicultural centre in the years following the Great Recession.
    It is the oldest inhabited European settlement located west of Montreal.
    It was a key stop along the Underground Railroad.
    Many of the streets in the city have French names, honoring its origins as a Francophone settlement.
    The Duff Baby House is the oldest structure located in the city.

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