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City of Roses

City: Windsor
Director: Jason Jenkins
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Elaine Weeks

City of Roses is a story about 4 locals in a small city doing big international work.

To watch City of Roses:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

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Episodes

Episode 1 - Miah Marie Langlois

City of Roses host Elaine Weeks talks with Miah Marie Langlois, local Basketball champion about her road to the 2015 Pan Am Games, 2016 Olympics in Brazil and her retirement due to injury weeks before the 2021 Olympics during the Covid19 Pandemic.

Episode 2 - TeaJai Travis

City of Roses host Elaine Weeks talks with Artcite Executive Director/Artist/Activist TeaJai Travis about his new position and his plans for the organization to work with the local BIPOC community. How it took the Black Lives movement to see the organization to make real changes from within.

Episode 3 - Dean Allen

City of Roses host Elaine weeks talks with Dean Allen, co-owner of DC Automotive Tooling. Windsor plays a vital role in the automotive industry and was once called the automotive capital of the world. Elaine talks with Dean and his partner to get more information about their tool and dye company that specializes in the automotive industry.

Episode 4 - Elaine and Chris

City of Roses host Elaine Weeks and her husband Chris Edwards talk all things Windsor. From the prohibition days of booze smuggling, Queen Elizabeth planting rose buses and why the Windsor was called the City of Roses.

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