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Prof. Larry S. Bourne (1939- ) is a Professor of Geography and Planning, leading expert on urban issues, and a pioneer of urban studies at the University of Toronto.
He received his BA from the University of Western Ontario (1961), MA from the University of Alberta (1963), and PhD from the University of Chicago (1966). He joined the University of Toronto as a lecturer (1966), Assistant Professor (1966-1969), Associate Professor (1969-1973) and Professor (since 1973).
Prof Bourne also served as Director of the U of T Centre for Urban and Community Studies (1973-1984) and later of the Cities Centre (2007-2008) and as Director of the Graduate Program in Planning (1996-1998).
He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and received the 2004 Massey Medal for outstanding achievement in Canadian geography.