Windsor Morning | Mar 27, 2014 | 9:48

Mayor's New Career

The mystery is over. Windsor mayor Eddie Francis has announced what he plans to do once his term at city hall is over at the end of November. He'll be joining the Windsor Family Credit Union in a senior management position. We spoke to the mayor.

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