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Alexandra Flynn

ALEXANDRA FLYNN is an Assistant Professor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at The University of British Columbia, where she specializes in municipal law and governance and teaches legal research, municipal and planning law, and administrative law. Prior to joining UBC, Alex was an Assistant Professor in the City Studies program at the University of Toronto (Scarborough), where she taught and researched in the areas of urban governance, property, and local government law. In 2017, she received a SSHRC Insight Development Grant to investigate the notion of a "municipal duty to consult" and its potential for reciprocal, respectful relationships between Indigenous and municipal governments. In addition to her academic work, Alexandra has over ten years of experience as a lawyer in Vancouver representing First Nations and as a senior policy official at the City of Toronto with a focus on intergovernmental relations. She lives in Vancouver.

Smart Cities in Canada: Digital Dreams, Corporate Designs

Experts from across the country investigate the "smart city" trend in urban planning as it is showing up in different Canadian municipalities.

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