Cities After COVID

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Tuesday, June 16th, 2020

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How will COVID-19 shape the future of our cities? What are the most important priorities for our cities as a result of this pandemic?

Join experts Richard Florida, Nathalie des Rosiers, Anita McGahan and Shauna Brail as they discuss cities after COVID with Marcia Young, host of CBC’s World Report.

Marcia Young is the host of World Report on CBC radio one. She has lived in and travelled to cities big and small, in Canada and around the world. She is fascinated by the places people call home by choice, or by chance. World Report is a CBC national and international news program connecting listeners from coast to coast to coast, bringing them stories from across the globe with a Canadian perspective.


Richard Florida
University Professor at University of Toronto’s School of Cities and Rotman School of Management, Distinguished Fellow at NYU and FIU, and Co-Founder and Senior Editor, The Atlantic City Lab

Anita McGahan
University Professor and George E. Connell Chair in Organizations and Society, Rotman School of Management and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

Shauna Brail
Director and Associate Professor, Urban Studies Program, Associate Director, Partnerships and Outreach, School of Cities, University of Toronto

Marcia Young
CBC journalist, host of the World Report

Nathalie Des Rosiers
Professor of Law and Principal, Massey College


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