Events

WE-SPARK Virtual Think Tank with Dr. Tess Sheldon

Join Centre for Cities affiliate Dr. Tess Sheldon in her discussion on Re-Imagining Health Justice in Windsor Essex in the…

What is Placemaking?

Join Centre for Cities Visiting Fellow and Senior Planner, Development Director of Michigan Land Bank, Jim Tischler for a presentation…

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Ontarians on the Move: A Community Discussion with Mike Moffatt

Join Dr. Mike Moffatt, economist with the Smart Prosperity Institute, and Windsor policy makers for this event on 4 August.…

Climate Week at UWindsor brought together UWindsor researchers, community leaders and organizations on climate action and research

(11 March 2021) by Mikal Daniel. From February 22 - 26 the first Climate Week @UWindsor was held. It was…

CCAF Presents: A Fireside Chat with Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson

  Access the event recording here or by clicking on "Event Registration" above. Thank you to all who attended! The…

Windsor Law Cities and Climate Action Forum Presents: A Conversation with Green Party of Canada Leader Annamie Paul

  Event recording available here Annamie Paul was selected in October 2020 as the Green Party of Canada's new leader…

Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice/Cities and Climate Action Forum Distinguished Annual Lecture

Thank you to all who attended.  The recording from the event is available here.    

Windsor Law Justice Skills Workshop Series: Media Lobbying Training with Aditya Rao

The Windsor Law Centre for Cities is a supporter of this event organised by the Justice Skills Workshop Series for…

Jay Pitter Windsor Workshop on Anti-Black Racism and Equitable Placemaking

This virtual workshop is a follow-up to Jay Pitter’s 22 September public keynote “The City’s Broken Promise”. The workshop is…

Jay Pitter Keynote: The City’s Broken Promise – Confronting anti-Black racism across Canadian urban landscapes

Jay Pitter, MES, is an award-winning placemaker and author whose practice mitigates growing divides in cities across North America. She…

Windsor and the Post-Pandemic Healthy City: A Community Conversation – Speaker Bios

Moderator Mita Williams (Head, Information Services Dept; Scholarly Publishing Librarian; University of Windsor, Leddy Library) http://leddy.uwindsor.ca/ After graduating from McMaster…

Windsor and the Post-Pandemic Healthy City: A Community Conversation

Background Resources (Return to event main page) Cities, Indigenous communities and COVID-19 Province of British Columbia: Local Government and First…