New downtown mural captures iconic Windsor landmarks

Local artists teamed up to capture some of Windsor's most popular landmarks.
CBC News worked with local artists to capture some of the city's favourite hot spots, which were selected by residents through the MyWindsor6 campaign. (Tony Doucette/CBC)

A new downtown mural was gifted to Windsor's downtown by CBC Windsor on Thursday afternoon.

The mural adds to the already colourful Maiden Lane, where several buildings already have paintings covering their exterior walls. The latest addition is the result of CBC's MyWindsor6 campaign.

More than a month ago, CBC asked residents what they thought made Windsor a great city. Hundreds of suggestions poured in throughout the six-week campaign. 

To make those ideas come to life, CBC brought them to two artists known as Omen and Denial.

Time to celebrate

City councillors Chris Holt and Rino Bortolin.
Windsor Morning host Tony Doucette and CBC Windsor News at 6 host Lisa Xing.
CBC News video journalist.

There was plenty of ways to celebrate CBC News at the mural unveiling.


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