A $12,000 donation from former Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment president Richard Peddie (BComm 1970, honorary LLD 2001) and his wife, Colleen, will allow the Windsor Law Centre for Cities to continue to develop its research, teaching, and public engagement on the legal and policy tools related to municipalities and local institutions.
— Published on Oct 4th, 2021
With an election fast approaching, Windsor area residents may be wondering what local candidates’ priorities are for the region.
— Published on Sep 2nd, 2021
The Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education conferred two of its three annual awards to Windsor Law professors for their dedication to clinical legal education.
The association created awards to honour three of its longest-serving board members in 2020:
— Published on Jun 25th, 2021
Local stakeholders will come together this week to discuss the urban issues facing Windsor and how the city is responding to them.
— Published on Jun 18th, 2021
Windsor Law’s Cities and Climate Action Forum will welcome Green Party of Canada leader Annamie Paul virtually over Zoom for a public conversation on Monday, March 8 at 4:30 pm.
— Published on Mar 9th, 2021
Dr. Ingrid Waldron, 2021 WYAJ Distinguished Annual Lecture speaker
— Published on Feb 3rd, 2021
Professor and Windsor Law Centre for Cities Director Anneke Smit speaks with CBC Windsor’s Jennifer La Grassa about the F. W. Begley Public School closure in Windsor, COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on marginalized communities, and the need for a consultative and tailored public health and school board response.
— Published on Dec 3rd, 2020
Amid a busy year of research, virtual public events, and growing collaboration with academic and community partners locally and across the country, the Windsor Law Centre for Cities will receive funding from the University of Windsor’s Office of the President. Earmarked for strategic planning, $10,000 will be awarded from UWindsor’s Research Support Fund.
— Published on May 11th, 2021
— Published on Dec 8th, 2020
Earlier this month, the Windsor Law Centre for Cities collaborated with the Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) to publish a report on cities and COVID-19 after 100 days of shutdown. The report, which examines how life and governance — how we live, move, work, care, and prosper — in Canadian cities have changed over the first 100 days of the pandemic, was released Friday on COVID100.ca.
— Published on Jun 30th, 2020