Top Downloads and Recent CJUR Issues

The Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR)

CJUR 2015 Vol 24 Issue 1 onwards can be viewed online on the Open Journal System (OJS) here

Articles in the most recent issue (Volume 25, Issue 2, Winter 2016) are:

Ajay Agarwal and Patricia Collins. Opportunities and Barriers to Promoting Public Transit Use in a Midsize Canadian City. [PDF]

Samuel Mosonyi and Dennis Baker. Bylaw Battles: Explaining Municipal-Provincial and Municipal-Federal Win-Rates [PDF]

Susannah Bunce and Farrah Chanda Aslam. Land Trusts and the Protection and Stewardship of Land in Canada: Exploring Non-Governmental Land Practices and the Role of Urban Community Land Trusts. [PDF]

Nicole Goodman and Jack Lucas. Policy Priorities of Municipal Candidates in the 2014 Local Ontario Elections. [PDF]

Harry H. Hiller and Pernille Tranholm Goodbrand. From Slum to Village: A Semiotic Analysis in Reimaging Urban Space. [PDF]

Matthew Quick, Jane Law, Tanya Christidis and Claire Paller. Exploring the Socioeconomic Composition of Wind Farm Communities in Ontario: Implications for Wind Farming and Policy. [PDF]

Matthew D. Sanscartier and James Gacek. Out, Damned Spot: Socio-economic Hygienic Practices of Business Improvement Districts. [PDF]

Book Reviews

Maxwell Hartt. Remaking the Rust Belt: The Postindustrial Transformation of North America. Tracy Neumann, Author.  [PDF]

Eva Pip. Leaky Governance: Alternative Service Delivery and the Myth of Water Utility Independence. Kathryn Furlong, Author. [PDF]

Articles in Volume 25, Issue 1, Summer 2016 are:

Tonya Davidson and Nicholas A. Scott. Editorial Introduction - Reassembling Ottawa. [PDF]

Julie Tomiak. Unsettling Ottawa: Settler Colonialism, Indigenous Resistance, and the Politics of Scale. [PDF]

Nicholas A. Scott. Cycling, Performance and the Common Good: Copenhagenizing Canada's Capital. [PDF]

Peter Grant Anderson. Comparing Nineteenth and Twenty-first Century Ecological Imaginaries at Ottawa's Central Experimental Farm. [PDF]

Timothy Di Leo Browne. National Style in the Architecture of Parliament: Whose Nation, Whose Style?  [PDF]

Michael Lait. Preserving Ottawa's Metropolitan Nature: How the 1970 Gatineau Park Planning Controversy Transformed the National Capital Commission and its Conservation Park. [PDF]

Gary Martin and Patricia Ballamingie. Faith Missions and Church Redevelopment in Ottawa, Ontario. Critical Research Note. [PDF]

Book Reviews

Molly Ranahan. Cities and the Politics of Difference: Multiculturalism and Diversity in Urban Planning. Michael A. Burayidi, Editor. [PDF]

Michael Classens. Kensington Market: Collective Memory, Public History, and Toronto's Urban Landscape. Na Li, Author. [PDF]

Pablo Mendez. Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach. Ren Thomas, Author.  [PDF]

Articles in the Winter 2015 volume 24, Issue 2:

Melissa Charenko. A Historical Assessment of the World's First Business Improvement Area (BIA): The Case of Toronto's Bloor West Village. [PDF]

Pierre Filion, Igal Charney & Rachel Weber. Downtowns that Work: Lessons from Toronto and Chicago. [PDF]

Amardeep Kaur Amar & Cheryl Teelucksingh. Environmental Justice, Transit Equity and the Place for Immigrants in Toronto.  [PDF]

Markus Moos Kramer, Pablo Mendez, Liam McGuire, Elvin Wyly, Anna Kramer, Robert Walter-Joseph & Mark Williamson. More Continuity than Change? Re-evaluating the Contemporary Socio-economic and Housing Characteristics of Suburbs.  [PDF]

Anthony Perl, Matt Hern, & Jeffrey Kenworthy. Streets Paved with Gold: Urban Expressway Building and Global City Formation in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.  [PDF]

Amanda Jones & Carlos Teixeira. Housing Experiences of Single Mothers in Kelowna's Rental Housing Market.  [PDF]

Catherine Trudelle, Juan-Luis Klein, Jean-Marc Fontan & Diane-Garbrielle Tremblay. Urban Conflicts and Socio-Territorial Cohesion: Consensus Building and Compromise in the Saint-Michel Neighbourhood in Montreal.  [PDF]

R. Ben Fawcett, Ryan Walker & Jonathan Greene. Indigenizing City Planning Processes in Saskatoon, Canada. [PDF]

Book Reviews

Martine August.  New Deal Ruins: Race Economic Justice, and Public Housing Policy. Edward Goetz, Author. [PDF]

Maxwell Hartt. Urban Transformations: Centres, Peripheries and Systems. Daniel P. O'Donoghue, Editor.   [PDF]

CJUR articles may also be found on Ebsco, Gale, and ProQuest products. Please consult with your local library databases and search for the journal by title under Canadian Journal of Urban Research or by subject under City Planning or Urban Policy.

Top Downloads

Moira J. Calder, Solina Richter, Katharina Kovacs Burns & Yuping Mao. 2011. Framing Homelessness for the Canadian Public: The News Media and Homelessness. [PDF]

Ted Jojola. 2008.  Indigenous Planning—An Emerging Context. [PDF]

Maya Seshia. 2010.  Naming Systemic Violence in Winnipeg’s Street Sex Trade. [PDF]

Ute Lehrer & Thorben Wieditz. 2009. Condominium Development and Gentrification: The Relationship Between Policies, Building Activities and Socio-economic Development in Toronto.  [PDF]

By Special Request (Articles made available by request)

Pablo Mendez, Daniel Hiebert, Elvin Wyly. 2006. Landing at Home: Insights on Immigration and Metropolitan Housing Markets from the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada. [PDF]

Contents of Recent CJUR Issues