Building Resilient Community Conference invites explorations of how various ‘dark horses’ in the broad North Atlantic – including minorities, small towns, peripheries, aboriginal communities, those with little money, status, voice or political leverage – can rise to the occasion and chart liveable futures. Building Resilient Community Conference will examine opportunities for sustainable living that are more likely […]
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On January 12th from 12 PM – 1 PM MST, the Battler River Alliance for Economic Development (BRAED) and Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities (ACSRC) will host our second free webinar in the Webinars for Thought series. This series is meant to cut across a number of topic areas that are relevant and current to organizations and businesses in East Central […]
A special session of papers is being organized at the upcoming Canadian Association of Geographers Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia titled: “Long Distance Commuting in Canada’s Mining, Oil and Gas Sectors – Implications for Rural Regions”. The session is being organized by Kelly Vodden (Grenfell Campus, Memorial University), Heather Hall (University of Saskatchewan), Sean Markey […]
The Capacity Development and Extension program of the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD) invites applications to the OMAFRA/UoG Partnership Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) Scholarship for research on regional and rural broadband (ultra high speed internet) development and deployment in Ontario. There is a possibility of supporting one MSc student and one PhD […]
Over the holidays CRRF gave our website an update to celebrate 2015. We are still putting the finishing touches on the website and apologize if some information is not currently available. Over the coming days all the information on the website will be populated. We welcome your comments and feedback in the process. If you […]