The Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR) is free for readers on an Open Access Journal System

Effective August 30, 2018 there is no author submission fee.

The Canadian Journal of Urban Research (CJUR) is a peer reviewed, multidisciplinary, scholarly journal dedicated to publishing articles that address a wide range of issues relevant to the field of Canadian urban studies. CJUR has been published by the Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg since 1992. Effective 2015 CJUR became an open access journal and has broadened its impact in terms of knowledge mobilization. Upwards of 100,000 CJUR articles are downloaded annually via Ebsco, Proquest, and Open Access Journal System and read by a global audience. CJUR welcomes papers focussing on urban theory and methodology, empirical research, problem and policy-oriented analyses, and cross-national comparative studies.

CJUR is financially supported by the Institute of Urban Studies, The University of Winnipeg. Since becoming open access CJUR no longer receives subscription fees.

Communicating and reproducing of CJUR, in paper or electronic form, for non-profit educational institutions, is governed by fair dealing in Canada and fair use in the USA. All other communication and reproduction uses should be requested from the editor of CJUR.

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La Revue canadienne de recherche urbaine (JCRU) est une revue scientifique multidisciplinaire dédiée à la publication d'articles dans Cette adresse large éventail de questions relavant du champ des études urbaines. JCRU a été publiée par l'Institute of Urban Studies, Université de Winnipeg depuis 1992. JCRU félicite documents axés sur la théorie urbaine et de la méthodologie, de la recherche empirique, des problèmes et des analyses axées sur les politiques, et les études comparatives transnationales.

JCRU est soutenu financièrement par l'Institut d'études urbaines et par abonnements.