A multitude of activities are available in Lakeshore, including boating, fishing, and events at the busy arena, marina, soccer parks and service clubs. Lakeshore offers big city amenities with a friendly rural attitude and residential choices which span the entire socio-economic spectrum.

Nearly 20 percent of Lakeshore’s population speaks both of Canada’s official languages: English and French.  And just as many speak other languages…a bonus which is seldom found elsewhere.

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Economic Development

Lakeshore is a focal point for many types of economic, commercial and industrial activity. There are expanded utilities services, such as a new water treatment plant, industrial areas, continually expanding commercial enterprises, a multi-screen movie theatre, new educational facilities, and increasing numbers of new homes, both in areas previously built up and in entirely new subdivisions.


The Windsor-Essex Region has one of the most skilled, dedicated and progressive labour forces in Canada.  Lakeshore has one of the highest value added ratios per worker in Canada.  Residents are socially conscious and have an outstanding record for being responsible, generous members of the community, offering remarkable and ongoing support to good causes in Lakeshore and the surrounding communities.


Lakeshore has its own festivals and events including the summer-time Sunsplash, the Classic Car Cruise Night, the Christmas-time tree-lighting ceremony, and the French Festival – which includes French themed live music, great food and entertainment. Lakeshore is within easy reach of many other Regional old style country fairs and celebrations. Professional sporting events to big name performing concerts are a within a short drive.


Together with our primary and secondary school systems with educational opportunities in English and French, Lakeshore is proud to be within easy reach of institutions of higher learning from the University of Windsor and St. Clair College.

The Future is ‘Wind’

Renewable wind energy is coming to Lakeshore. Council has approved four (4) wind farm projects throughout the municipality. It is anticipated         that these wind turbines will each generate 600 volts of power which is stepped up to 27.6 kV by transformers. Each project has a number of turbines  for a total of over 125 turbines, bringing Lakeshore to the forefront of renewable energy.