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Christopher Waters: ‘Sister City’ Relationships in the Spotlight After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

(22 March 2022) Christopher Waters, Law Professor at the University of Windsor, discusses the role of 'Sister Cities' in international…

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…

CBC WINDSOR: Prof. Danardo Jones Discusses Variation by City, and Race as Factor, in the Use of Prosecutorial Discretion

(7 September 2021) University of Windsor Assistant Professor and Windsor Law Centre for Cities affiliate Danardo Jones discusses the factors…

Clinical and Experiential Learning

UWINDSOR DAILY NEWS: Windsor Law Centre for Cities Faculty Members Win Recognition for Clinical Legal Education

(25 June 2021) Five Windsor Law Centre for Cities-affiliated faculty members are recipients of 2021 awards from the Association for…

CBC WINDSOR: Anneke Smit on Windsor Begley school outbreak and closure

(28 November 2020) Windsor Law Centre for Cities Director, Dr. Anneke Smit, speaks with CBC Windsor's Jennifer La Grassa about…

CTV News Windsor: Windsor Law Centre for Cities releases first report focusing on municipal governance during COVID-19

(29 September 2020) CTV News Windsor looks at The Windsor Law Centre for Cities' first report, "States of Emergency: Decision-making…

WINDSOR STAR: ‘Time to experiment’ — envisioning a more healthy, diverse post-pandemic Windsor

On June 26, 2020, the Windsor Law Centre for Cities hosted "Windsor and the Post-Pandemic Healthy City: A Community Conversation".…

Former Toronto Mayor Dave Miller speaks at a youth climate change conference on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor, ON. DAN JANISSE / Windsor Star

WINDSOR STAR: Youth gather from across the province to discuss climate change

Mary Caton caught up with some student participants to share their stories and experiences at the Youth Workshop on Local…

WINDSOR STAR: Cities & Climate Action co-lead Smit on drive-thrus in climate emergency

A climate emergency — and a drive-thru for 27 cars: Windsor Star reports on municipal control over the establishment of…

The Windsor Police Service employs 456 officers in Windsor and 30 in Amherstburg. (Chris Ensing/CBC)

CBC WINDSOR: Anneke Smit on residency requirements for municipal police officers

A CBC analysis of data received from the Windsor Police Service (WPS) shows a majority of officers do not live…

In this photo taken Tuesday, May 7, 2019, is a security camera in the Financial District of San Francisco. San Francisco is on track to become the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies as the technology creeps increasingly into daily life. ( (Eric Risberg/The Associated Press)

CBC WINDSOR: Kristen Thomasen on new surveillance cameras for downtown core

CBC Windsor reports on Windsor city council's approval of 20 new surveillance cameras for the downtown core at Monday night's…

Sgt. Steve Betteridge say that Windsor police's drone program is still in its early stages. (Katerina Georgieva/CBC)

CBC WINDSOR: Kristen Thomasen interviewed on police drone program

Windsor police say the force's drone program, whose existence was previously confirmed by documents obtained by CBC News, is still…