5 March

Read the Latest CRRF E-Newsletter

Across Canada, the next generation of rural researchers are actively engaged in research on pressing social, economic, cultural and environmental policy issues facing rural communities in the 21st century. This e-newsletter profiles the work of ten graduate students from across the country studying the community impacts of labour mobility, youth resilience, source water protection, agricultural restructuring, youth migration to rural communities, rural immigration, drinking water infrastructure and development, and food cooperatives. CRRF is excited to share the work of these new voices who are engaging with communities, policymakers and industry to create new rural realities.

Check out the latest CRRF E-Newsletter here.