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Join us for our keynotes today!

The last day of our SHIFT: Connect conference featured keynote Dr. Laxmi Prasad Pant, who spoke on rural broadband and...

SHIFT: Connect starts today!

Join us today for our free SHIFT: Connect conference! This year we explore how communities stay connected during the pandemic....

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Experiencing racism in daily life

In light of the protests surrounding the death of George Floyd, peaceful actions, more violent ones, and vigils have rocked...

Bob Rae and MacEachen Institute

Bob Rae and MacEachen Institute

The Honourable Bob Rae was in town this week to spend a day at the MacEachen Institute of Public Policy...

Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership: Income inequality in Toronto

Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership: Income inequality in Toronto

I’m part of a research grant on neighbourhood changes in Canadian cities, the Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership, which examines the...

Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach is a CIP award winner!

Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach is a CIP award winner!

The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) gives annual Awards for Excellence in 13 categories, including urban design, Aboriginal community planning and...

The transition from PhD to professor has never been more difficult

The transition from PhD to professor has never been more difficult

Last September, I took a position as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Oregon. Even though the position...

It’s here! It’s here! It’s here!

It’s here! It’s here! It’s here!

If you ordered your copy of Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach, it should be in your mailbox this week!...

Working with a municipal partner: the Sustainable City Year Program

Working with a municipal partner: the Sustainable City Year Program

As most of you know, I’m currently a Visiting Professor at the University of Oregon at the Department of Planning,...

Little changes mean big things for academic publishing

Little changes mean big things for academic publishing

Academic publishers have had a stranglehold on university libraries, faculty members and graduate students for decades: though many have high...

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