Summer's heat is lengthy in Windsor, Ontario. Grapes grow easily in this climate and wineries scatter the farmland of the region. In Windsor, breweries rely on the high-quality hops and barley from nearby fields to create distinct local brews.
Windsor also competes with Oshawa, Ontario for the title of "automotive capital of Canada" with Windsor housing the Daimler-Chrysler Canadian Headquarters, and Oshawa housing the General Motors Canadian Headquarters. This is the main driving industry of the city.
Local area attractions include Casino Windsor, the Capitol Theatre, Little Italy, the Art Gallery of Windsor, the Odette Sculpture Park, Ojibway Park, and nearby Point Pelee National Park. The Queen Elizabeth II Sunken Garden is also centrally located at Jackson Park.