These two videos examine and define existing affordable housing, and look at some of the ways that cities in North America are framing policies and facing challenges to preserve it.
An introduction to the School of Cities, a unique multidisciplinary hub for urban research, education, and engagement creating new and just ways for cities and their residents to thrive.
In advance of the city’s Fall 2022 municipal election, the School of Cities hosted five former Toronto Mayors to discuss the new “Strong Mayor” system and what it means for the city and its residents.
U of T researchers and recipients of School of Cities Urban Challenge Grants talk about what climate justice means and why research on the intersection of racial justice and climate resilience is so critical.
This full-day event in May 2023 brought together academics and policymakers to discuss cutting edge research and policy implications for urban communities disproportionately affected by climate change. Speakers included recipients of our Urban Challenge Grants, representing over 20 departments across the University of Toronto.
This video provides an overview five ways to govern a city that is made up of multiple smaller cities – a puzzle faced by city-regions all over the world.