#Windsor2035 – Policy Suggestions for the Next 20 Years

To close out the #windsor2035 series I am going to offer some policies for the City to consider over the next 20 years. I had hoped to have this done in the summer but failed miserably, so now just I offer you some practical policy suggestions that will in my opinion improve the City of Windsor. … Continue reading #Windsor2035 – Policy Suggestions for the Next 20 Years

#Windsor2035: A Series

#Windsor2035 Following his election, Mayor Drew Dilkens called for a 20 year strategic plan for the City of Windsor resulting in the hashtag #windsor2035 popping up on Twitter. I have decided to weigh into this discussion of what Windsor should/could/would look like in 2035. This post will be the first in a series in which I attempt … Continue reading #Windsor2035: A Series

Youth Priorities in Windsor Essex Part 3

In the third and final part of this series I review my top 5 priorities and draw some general conclusions. You can read Part 1 and Part 2. 5) Highlight Locally Relevant Curriculum The fundamental issue here is striking a balance between the highlighting the relevant local curriculum and ensuring the broader needs of satisfying … Continue reading Youth Priorities in Windsor Essex Part 3

The Challenge of being a “Social Scientist” in Windsor Ontario

The following post was originally posted on the YNOT blog which I am now re posting here. I have been coming to Windsor all my life, both of my parents were born and raised here, my extended family is here and in 2010 I moved here to complete a masters’ degree in Political Science at the … Continue reading The Challenge of being a “Social Scientist” in Windsor Ontario