CBC's Eyes on Windsor
Pole vaulting downtown, walking with the mayor and the Great Canadian Flag
Windsor celebrated its 125th birthday in style with athletes and musicians putting on a show downtown, a walk with Mayor Drew Dilkens and the Great Canadian Flag flying proudly.
Check out the photos shot by Eric Bonnici of Eyes on Windsor.
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Night Flight downtown
Pole vaulters took the excitement on Oullette Avenue to new heights on Friday, soaring over the bar and putting on a high-flying demonstration for the crowd during Night Flight.
Runners on a mission
Athletes pounded the pavement in downtown Windsor Friday evening during the Mission Mile. A portion of the money raised will be used to support the Downtown Mission.
Marching with the Mayor
Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens was joined by dozens of residents for the Mayor's Walk along the riverfront Saturday morning. The crowd walked from Ambassador Park to the Dieppe Gardens while waving flags from around the world.
The Great Canadian Flag finally flies
Hundreds watched as the Great Canadian Flag was hoisted over Windsor. The 18-metre wide standard was raised at the foot of Oullette after five years of fundraising.
Music in the city's centre
Kenneth McLeod and the Windsor Salt Band brought a little flavour downtown during the Windsor 125 Street Party Friday night.
SkyHawks land at WFCU Centre
Canadian Armed Forces parachute team the SkyHawks, were grounded Sunday because of rain, but that didn't stop them from joining the Memorial Cup fun at the WFCU Centre's Fan Zone.