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 Bright future rankings put Windsor in top 10

Windsor can tuck another feather in its cap after being named in the top 10 of cities where the future is brightest


The city has been named in fDi Magazine's Top 10 American Cities of the Future for 2011-12, placing seventh among Large Cities of the Future in North, Central and South America.

Windsor also ranks in three other categories, including earning second-place honours for economic potential, in the lists compiled by the London-based magazine, which is owned by The Financial Times

Canada a ‘Safe Haven’ for Real Estate Investing

An interesting article by Shane Buckingham in the Canadian Real Estate Magazine says that Canada is a global safe haven for real estate investing.


For those worrying that the Canadian real estate market is in a bubble ready to burst and unleash a U.S.-style financial collapse, it’s time to do some economics homework, says Real Estate Investment Network President Don Campbell. 

What the sceptics are missing, Campbell told a crowd of more than 300 delegates at CRE’s Investor Forum, is that today’s global economic uncertainty has positioned Canada as “safe haven” for international investors looking for a secure place to store their wealth.

WINDSOR, Ont. -- More than 2,000 area residents left the labour force last month, leading to a drop in Windsor’s unemployment rate from 11.1 per cent in August to 10.9 per cent in September, according to Statistics Canada.

Overall, the Windsor economy has gained about 6,000 jobs in the past year and its unemployment rate, while still the highest in Canada by a small margin, has dropped by 3.1 percentage points in the past 12 months.

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