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CANADA 280710 428 (7) 2/22 WINDSOR

 

Windsor, Ontario, Canada 2010

 

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The George Bergeron Healing Garden.

 

 

 

The George Bergeron Healing Garden.

 

 

The George Bergeron Healing Garden is a joint project between Douglas & Sandra Bergeron, the Windsor/Essex Chapter of the MS Society of Canada and the City of Windsor. Dough Bergeron a California baased technology entrepreneur and Windsor native along with his wife Sandra, have made a personal contribution of One Million Dollars to the MS Society of Canada. The donation has been earmarked for both research and special programs, with a small portion allocated to create this living tribute.

 

 

The George Bergeron Healing Garden is dedicated to past president of the Windsor/Essex County Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Mr. Bergeron lived his life as an example to many by dedicating his energies to research, mentorship and leadership.

 

 

View to Detroit, Michigan, United States Of America across the Detroit River.

 

The Detroit River is 51 kms long and has served an important role in the history of Detroit and is one of the busiest waterways in the world (Great Lakes). The river travels south from Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie (to the left and/or downstream in the picture) and the whole river carries the international border between Canada and the United States Of America. The river divides the major metropolitan areas of Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario - an area referred to as Detroit-Windsor. The two are connected by the Ambassador Bridge and the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. We will use the tunnel under the river to get over to Detroit later on.

 

 

 

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