|Population (2011)||210,891 (23rd)|
|Urban Population||276,165 (16th)|
|Metro Population||319,246 (16th)|
|City Area||City 146.32 km2 (56.49 sq mi)|
|Metro Area||1,022.84 km2 (394.92 sq mi)|
|Urban Area||175.77 km2 (67.87 sq mi)|
|Elevation||337 m (1,105 ft)|
|Postal code||N8P to N8T, N8W to N9G|
|Area code(s)||519, 226 and 548|
Windsor , Ontario is the southernmost city in Canada. The Detroit River is to the north of the city, which separates it from Detroit, Michigan. In 2011, Windsor had an urban population of 276,165, making it the 16th largest population centre in Canada. Windsor is widely known to be a major contributor to Canada’s automotive sector, though it has much to offer by means of history and culture.
Windsor has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfa) with four distinct seasons. The mean annual temperature is 9.9 °C (50 °F), among the warmest in Canada primarily due to its hot summers. Some locations in coastal and lower mainland British Columbia have a slightly higher mean annual temperature due to milder winter conditions there. The coldest month is January and the warmest month is July. The coldest temperature ever recorded in Windsor was -32.8 °C (-27.0 °F) on January 29, 1973and the warmest was 40.2 °C (104.4 °F) on June 25, 1988.