C4C Blog

The Centre for Cities (C4C) publishes blog posts by its affiliated Windsor Law faculty and students, as well as occasional guest bloggers, on subjects related to inclusive and sustainable citybuilding. Opinions expressed are those of the authors.

Interested in submitting a guest blog for our consideration? Reach out to us at [email protected] with your idea. Posts are normally a maximum of 800 words and contain several images and links.

Centre for Cities student employment for 2023-24

Windsor Law and UWindsor students: The Centre for Cities (C4C) at Windsor Law supports collaborative research, teaching and public engagement…

Aerial photo of Ojibway National Urban Park

Announcing the launch of the UWindsor National Urban Park Hub (UW-NUPH)

(19 July 2023) In collaboration with our UWindsor campus partners the Healthy Headwaters Lab and the new Science Indigenous Knowledge…

Student Blog: Strengthening Municipal Ethics in Ontario

(27 March 2023) by Shereen Arcis On February 16, 2023, the City of Toronto‚Äôs Integrity Commissioner, Jonathan Batty, confirmed that…

Student Blog: A Movement to Strengthen Relationships between Canadian Municipalities and Indigenous Communities

(30 September 2022) by Ember Chapdelaine and Megan Hooper This post was written as part of a collaboration between the…

Student Climate Blog Series: Exploring Municipal Impacts of Highway 413, Part 1

(6 April 2022) by Relina D'Cruz This blog post is the first of a two-part series focussing on the municipal…

Blog Series: Exploring the potential of Additional Dwelling Units (ADUs), Part 2

A new online tool for affordable housing development: ADUSearch.ca (8 February 2022) By Sarah Cipkar & Shereen Arcis This post…

Blog Series: Exploring the potential of Additional Dwelling Units (ADUs), Part 1

Additional Dwelling Units (ADUs): New By-laws, Potential and Challenges This post is the first of a two-part series focussing on…

New experiential learning opportunity for Windsor Law students in equitable citybuilding policy

We are pleased to announce a new Project-Based Experiential Placement (PBEP) opportunity for Winter Term 2022 for WIndsor Law students…

Project Based External Placement with Windsor Downtown Safety and Security Roundtable

Centre for Cities affiliate and Associate Professor Gemma Smyth is now accepting applications for 2(two) 2L or 3L students to…

Centre for Cities Faculty Profile: Professor Danardo Jones

(15 November 2021) By Princess Doe We welcome Professor Danardo Jones to Windsor Law and to the Centre for Cities…

Blog Series: Exploring the Potential of Community Land Trusts, Part 3

How Would They Look in Windsor? (21 September 2021) by Princess Doe This is the final post of a three-part…

Blog Series: Exploring the Potential of Community Land Trusts, Part 2

How Do Community Land Trusts Work? (9 September 2021) by Princess Doe This is the second of a three-part blog…