About the Centre for Cities (C4C)

The Centre for Cities at Windsor Law supports research, teaching and public engagement on the legal and policy tools related to municipalities and good citybuilding.

Cities are becoming increasingly important legal and political actors, on issues including climate change and sustainability, housing, public consultation, land use, municipal powers, sanctuary city movements, privacy and technology, transportation equity, reconciliation with indigenous communities and much more.

Founded in 2019, C4C is a non-partisan centre that provides avenues for students, faculty, municipal governments, community organizations and advocates to exchange ideas and to work together to achieve the goals of sustainable and inclusive local governance.

The views expressed in any publications or events of the Centre for Cities do not represent an official position of the University of Windsor, Windsor Law, or C4C.