Community Benefits Plan Announcement
Representatives from Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) and Bridging North America, as well as the State of Michigan and Government of Canada, joined together on June 14, 2019, to present the first look at the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan to stakeholders, elected officials, and the media at an announcement in Windsor.Learn More
Schooling the Young and Young-at-Heart
An international bridge isn’t often built in your backyard. To make sure Windsor and Detroit residents have a chance to learn about the project Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) offers educated presentations for students of all ages.
Over the month of May, WDBA held three in-depth educational sessions about the Gordie Howe International Bridge project for Canterbury ElderCollege in Windsor. Canterbury ElderCollege is dedicated to the principle of lifelong learning by offering courses that are useful, sociable, and entertaining to persons over the age of 55.
There was lots of laughter and horns blaring as the public interacted with machines of all shapes and sizes at Windsor’s 2019 Meet-A-Machine event.
On June 22, 2019, the city of Windsor’s WFCU Centre held their annual Meet-A-Machine event hosted by the City of Windsor Children’s Services. This event gave people of all sorts the exciting experience of being up close to construction equipment, emergency vehicles, military trucks, buses and many more machines.