Change and Adaptation
With the advent of the 20th century rapid urbanization and industrialization
occur in the Windsor region. Several other ethnic groups are drawn by
the new factories, bringing about changes in the makeup of the population.
The old customs and traditions are not always adequate to cope with
the new conditions. Francophones are forced to adapt in order to participate
in the development of this new world.
Some customs and traditions survive and continue to evolve.