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Solidarity Towers


Alexander Fraser Laidlaw / Library and Archives Canada / e008222174

From the Library & Archives Canada collection, comes this photo of Solidarity Towers on the far east side.

Built in 1969, at 246 feet it is listed as Windsor’s 4th tallest building, after the new Casino Tower, Victoria Park Place and the original Casino Tower.

I hope everyone has a good easter.

I’m taking Monday off, posting will resume on Tuesday.

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Make sure to tune into Scaledown Radio, Monday at noon, as Chris and I will be discussing the Ward Boundary Review.

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