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Facing change and guiding Ontario into the next quarter century
David Gordon is Professor in the School of Urban and Regional Planning in Queen’s University’s Department of Geography and Planning. He was SURP Director from 2008-2018 and also taught at McGill, Toronto, Ryerson, Western Australia, Harvard and Penn, where he was a Fulbright Scholar.
David was previously an urban design firm principal and Toronto waterfront agency manager, sharing three CIP awards. He is a Fellow of the CIP and a founding director of the Council for Canadian Urbanism. David’s latest books are "Town & Crown" and "Planning Canadian Communities" (with Gerald Hodge). His research examines planning history and compares suburbs.