Centre News

WINDSOR STAR: Centre for Cities-Supported Housing Data Project Receives $2.2 Million Federal Funding

(11 January 2022) Windsor-based housing project, led by Family Services Windsor-Essex and researchers Sarah Cipkar and Frazier Fathers, receive $2.2…

Daily News: Centre for Cities, Cross Border Institute Supporting Community Partners on Federally Funded Housing Data Research

(21 January 2022) The Windsor Law Daily News highlights the Additional Dwelling Units (ADUs) project, led by Sarah Cipkar and…

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…

Jay Pitter joins Centre for Cities as Visiting Fellow in Equitable City-building

We are thrilled to announce that award-winning placemaker, urban planning lecturer, and author Jay Pitter has joined the Centre for…

Windsor’s Cycling History: Windsor has been and is a Cycling City

Read the report Watch the presentation (28 September 2021) The Windsor Law Centre for Cities has released a new report,…

Law Dean Recognized For Professional Leadership

The Centre for Cities congratulates acting Dean of Windsor Law and Centre for Cities affiliate Dr. Beverly Jacobs for being…

Centre for Cities RA Honoured With Leadership Scholarship

We congratulate Hana Syed, 2020 Summer Research Assistant to the Windsor Law Centre for Cities, for being chosen as the…

The Windsor Law Centre for Cities welcomes Michigan sustainable planning expert Jim Tischler as first Visiting Fellow

Our location on the Canada/US border affords the Windsor Law Centre for Cities the opportunity to support cross-border dialogue, partnerships,…

The Lawyer’s Daily: Windsor Law Centre for Cities report examines impact of pandemic on municipal governance

(13 October 2020) The Lawyer's Daily reports on the centre’s first report, States of Emergency: Decision-Making and Participatory Governance in Canadian…

States of Emergency: Decision-making and participatory governance in Canadian municipalities during COVID-19

Read the report here (29 September 2020) The Windsor Law Centre for Cities has released its first report, on states…