The riding is an 889-kilometre train ride from Ottawa, which takes just over eight and a half hours for someone traveling to Parliament Hill. Windsor International Airport is also located in the riding.
The northern edge of this riding sits on the Detroit River and Lake St. Clair.
About 22% of the riding’s population are immigrants, with some of the largest populations born in Iraq, the United States, and Italy.
Arabic, Italian, and Serbian are the most common non-official mother tongues in the riding.
Approximately 3% of the riding’s population identify as Aboriginal.
Average individual income is $43,358.
The Town of Tecumseh was named the “Best Festival City 2014” by Festival and Events Ontario in honour of their positive environment for festival and events.
The City of Windsor also offers residents access to a combination aquatic training centre and water park along with community sports, day camps, the Lakeview Park Marina and tennis, skating, picnic and special events facilities.
Windsor—Tecumseh is home to Hiram Walker & Sons Ltd., an alcohol distillery that has the largest production capacity in North America, producing over 180,000 litres of alcohol a day.
The average income in this riding is $37,042, while the median income is $29,001.
Sectors that employ the most people in this riding are manufacturing, health care and social assistance, retail, and educational services.
Just over half of the workers in Windsor—Tecumseh have some kind of post-secondary education, and in 2011 the unemployment rate was 10.3%.
The riding is home to several parks and green spaces, including Coventry Gardens, home to the Peace Fountain — the only international floating fountain in the world.
They City of Windsor has an environmental master plan and community energy plan to tackle pollution, environmental awareness, ecosystem health, water quality and watershed planning, and urban forestry among a number of other issues.
Delos David, Canada’s first black lawyer, began practicing in Windsor in 1886.
The town of Tecumseh began as the Ryegate Postal station, before being renamed in 1912 to honour Tecumseh, leader of the Shawnee, who was killed in the War of 1812.