News & Announcements

Jennifer Keesmaat discusses urban livability, her experience teaching, and upcoming elections ahead of the event: The City We Want: Pushing Boundaries of City Building for Livability

Cynthia Malone, PhD candidate, writes an op-ed on racism in science – Vice Motherboard

Matti Siemiatycki quoted in the Engineering News-Record: New Infrastructure Funding Sources Step Up in Canada

Rick DiFrancesco – Collaborating for Investment Attraction in the Toronto Region

Carl Mitchell interviewed on CBC – Road salt is making GTA rivers, streams as salty as seawater

Yuhong He discusses her research using remote sensing – The remote sense: nature no longer hidden

Matti Siemiatycki remarks on how school zones work – One-third of Ontario parents believe school zones are unsafe: Ipsos poll

Jennifer Keesmaat authors a report on the failure of mid-sized Canadian cities to capitalize on overheating housing markets – Maclean’s

Steven Farber offers his expertise in a report on driverless car technology – CNNtech

In UofT News – Ron Buliung’s research helps to make kids’ trips to school more active and accessible