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NRE2 PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS & PRINTED MATERIALS

Note: Some of the documents below (when they are available electronically) can also be found elsewhere on the NRE2 website.

The following list is a comprehensive bibliography of the materials produced by the NRE2 project.

THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Links to items available for online viewing will be added shortly. For documents that are not available electronically, please contact the NRE2 Project at nre@vax2.concordia.ca

 

 BOOKS

Bruce, D. and G. Lister (eds). 2003. Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy. Sackville, NB: Rural and Small Town Programme.

Halseth, G. and R. Halseth. (eds). 2004. Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon University, Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation.

Ramsey, D. and C. Bryant (eds). 2004. The Structure and Dynamics of Rural Territories: Geographic Perspectives. Brandon, MB: Brandon University (Rural Development Institute).

 

BOOK CHAPTERS—REFEREED

Bruce D. 2003. Internet Access and Use Patterns in Rural and Small Town Atlantic Canada. In The New Countryside: Geographic Perspectives on Rural Change, eds Beesley K.B, Millward H, Ilbery B, Harrington L, Brandon and Halifax: Brandon University and Saint Mary’s University. 255-267 pp.

Chouinard O, Desjardins P-M, Forgues É, Vanderlinden J-P. sous presse. Coopération et ancrage territorial : le cas de coopératives financières et des Centres locaux de développement des entreprises du Nouveau-Brunswick. In Chantier de l’économie sociale et solidaire, ed. Amitas A, Rennes: Presse Universitaire de Rennes.

Chouinard O, Desjardins P-M, Forgues É, Vanderlinden J-P. 2003. La gestion environnementale du bassin versant de la baie de Caraquet. In Développement durable et participation publique: de la constestation écologique aux défis de la gouvernance, ed. Gendron C, Vaillancourt J-G,  PUM. 287-306 pp.

Chouinard O, Pruneau D, Isabelle C, Ayéva T, N’Kambou R. 2003. Le rôle des actions environnementales et d’un multimédia éducatif et interactif comme facteurs de cohésion sociale dans une communauté côtière. In l’Acadie plurielle, ed. Magord A, Basque M, Giroux A, Moncton & Poitiers: Centre d’études acadiennes et Institut d’Études Acadiennes et Québécoises. 927-961 pp.

Desjardins P-M, Chouinard O, Forgues É. 2003. Développement local et réflexion identitaire : l’exemple de la Baie de Caraquet (N.-B.). In l’Acadie plurielle, ed. Magord A, Basque M, Giroux A, Moncton & Poitiers: Centre d’études acadiennes et Institut d’Études Acadiennes et Québécoises. 889-926 pp.

Forgues E, Desjardins P-M, Chouinard O. 2003. Apport de l’entrepreneurship collectif dans le développement régional : étude exploratoire de deux intiatives collectives aux Nouveau-Brunswick. In l’Acadie plurielle, ed. Magord A, Basque M, Giroux A, Moncton, Centre d’études acadiennes & Poitiers, Institut d’Études Acadiennes et Québécoises: 787-808 pp.

Ramsey D. 2003. Responding to Restructuring Forces: Diversification in the Tobacco-belt, Southern Ontario. In The New Countryside: A Geography of Rural Change, eds Beesley K, Millward H, Ilbery B, Harrington L, Brandon University and St. Mary’s University: 90-104 pp.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

André P, Bibeau G, Plante S, Vaillancourt J-G. 2003. L’apport des sciences sociales en santé environnementale : Introduction. In Environnement et Santé Publique, eds Gosselin P, Gerin M, Cordier S, Viau C, Quenel P, Dewailly E,. Montréal, QC: Edisem inc. 229-231 pp.

André P, Vaillancourt J-G, Plante S, et al. 2003. Quelques repères épistémologiques. In Environnement et santé publique. Fondements et pratiques, eds Gosselin P, Gérin M, Cordier S, Viau C, Quénel P, Dewailly É, Edisem inc. 235-238 pp.


 

Apedaile LP. 2004. The New Rural Economy. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University, Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, 111-136.

Apedaile LP, Nakagawa M, Bollman R. 2004. Sensitivity of Rural Enterprises to Globalization and Trade Liberalization: A Japan/Canada Comparison. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 137-170 pp.

Bruce D. 2003. Moving Rural Communities from Opportunities to Action in the New Rural Economy. In Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy, eds Bruce D, Lister G. Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB: Rural and Small Town Programme. 1-18 pp.

Bruce D, Halseth G. 2004. The Role of Small Business in Community Economic Development. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 195-222 pp.

du Plessis V, Beshiri R, Bollman R, Clemenson H. 2004. Definitions of Rural. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 51-80 pp.

Emke I. 2003. Convergence in the Classroom: Using Communications Technology to Build Human Capital and Community Capacity. In Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy, eds Bruce D, Lister G, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB: Rural and Small Town Programme. 67-96 pp.

Halseth G, Ryser. L. 2004. Gender at Work and Gender at Home: The Mediating Role of the Household Economy in Northern British Columbia’s Resource Dependent Towns. In The Structure and Dynamics of Rural Territories: Geographic Perspectives, eds Ramsey D, Bryant C, Brandon, MB: Brandon University, Rural Development Institute. 160-191 pp.

Halseth G. 2004. Introduction. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 17-28 pp.

Halseth G, Bruce D, Sullivan L. 2004. Leading and lagging: The Long Run Role of Institutions and Social Capital in Fostering Community Economic Development. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 306-336 pp.

Halseth G, Ryser L, Sullivan L. 2003. Service Provision as Part of Resource Town Transition Planning: A Case from Northern British Columbia. In Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy, eds Bruce D, Lister G, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB: Rural and Small Town Programme. 29-56 pp.

Jean B. 2003. La construction sociale de la ruralité. In Le temps du paysage, eds Poullaouec-Gonidec P, Paquette S, Domon G, Montréal, QC: Les Presses de L’Université de Montréal. 105-124 pp.

Jean B. sous presse. La construction sociale des catégories spatiales. Une synthèse des communications du colloque. In Rural-Urbain: les nouvelles frontières. Permanences et changements des inégalités socio-spatiales, ed. Jean Y, Poitiers, Université de Poitiers: Maison des sciences de l’Homme et de la Société.

Jean B. 2003. Rethinking the Relationship between City and Country: Or Why Urbanites Must Support Rural Revitalization. In The Trajectories of Rural Life: New perspectives on Rural Canada, eds Blake R, Nurse A, Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Center and Saskatchewan Institute for Public Policy. 155-160 pp.

Martz D. 2004. Work on Canadian Family Farms: The Intersection of Gender and Generation. In The Structure and Dynamics of Rural Territories: Geographic Perspectives., eds Ramsey D, Bryant C, Brandon, MB: Brandon University, Rural Development Institute. 207-221 pp.


 

Odagiri T, Jean B. 2004. The Roles of Local Governments for Revitalization of Rural Areas in Japan and Canada. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 363-392 pp.

Ramsey D. Accepted for publication. Lack of Development in the Regulation of Intensive Livestock Production in Manitoba. In The Structure and Dynamics of Rural Territories, eds Ramsey D, Bryant C, Brandon, MB: Brandon University, Rural Development Institute.

Ramsey D. 2003. Preservation and Promotion of Heritage in Westman: A Rural Tourism Example in Manitoba. In Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy, eds Bruce D, Lister G, Sackville, NB: Rural and Small Town Programme. 47-66 pp.

Sullivan L, Halseth G. 2004. Responses of Volunteer Groups in Rural Canada to Changing Funding and Services Needs: Mackenzie and Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 337-362 pp.

Wall E, Connell D, Fuller T. 2004. Profitable Associations: The Role of Social Capital in Rural Economic Development. In Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development, eds Halseth G, Halseth R, Brandon University: Rural Development Institute & Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. 281-308 pp.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES—REFEREED

Cao H, Chouinard O, Dehoorne O. sous presse. De la périphérie vers le centre : l’évolution de l’espace francophone du Nouveau-Brunswick au Canada. Annales de géographie.

Chouinard O, Desjardins PM, Forgues E. in press. Contribution of Collective Entrepreneurship in Regional Development: Case Study of Two New Brunswick Enterprises. Journal of Rural Cooperation.

Chouinard O, Desjardins P-M, Forgues É. sous presse. Governance and Social Cohesion in Credit Unions: Case Study of a Rural and an Urban Acadian Credit Union in New Brunswick. Journal of Rural Cooperation.

Chouinard O, Perron J. 2003. Les processus multipartites de collaboration en environnement de la Forêt, Modèle de Fundy : un contexte d’éducation relative à l’environnement. Éducation Relative à l’environnement: Regards - Recherches – Réflexions : 309-19.

Connell D.J., Wall E. Accepted for publication. Profiling Economic Capacity. Journal of Extension

Jean B. 2003. Planifier le développement agroalimentaire durable d’un territoire fragile : le cas des milieux en restructuration de la région Chaudière-Appalaches au Québec. Revue des Études régionales et urbaines 5 : 871-88.

Jean B. 2003. La question régionale : réussir le développement des territoires du Québec. Les Cahiers du 27 juin 1(2) : 25-30.

Jean B. 2003. Réussir le développement des communautés rurales : dix conditions gagnantes. Organisations & Territoires 12(2) : 19-31.

Halseth G, Sullivan L. Accepted for publication. From Kitimat to Tumbler Ridge: A Crucial Lesson Not Learned in Resource-Town Planning. Western Geography 13/14.

Halseth G, Sullivan L. 2003. The Bright Lights of the City: Intra-Regional Migration and the Challenge for Resource-Dependent Towns. Geography Research Forum 23: 138-168.

Hanlon N, Halseth G. Accepted for publication. The Greying of Resource Communities in Northern BC: Implications for Health Care Delivery in Already Under-Serviced Communities. Canadian Geographer.

Ramsey D, Stewart C, Troughton M, Smit B. 2003. Agricultural Restructuring of Ontario Tobacco Production. The Great Lakes Geographer 9(2):71-92.

Reimer W. 2004. Social Exclusion in a Comparative Context. Sociologia Ruralis 44(1):76-94.


 

Tiepoh M, Reimer W. Accepted for publication. Social Capital, Information Flows, and Income Creation in Rural Canada: A Cross-Community Analysis. Journal of Socio-Economics.

Walsh D, Ramsey D. 2003. ‘If It Came in the Mail, I Wouldn’t Even Have Opened It’! New Approaches to Survey Techniques. Prairie Perspectives 6:191-207.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Connell D.J. 2003. Multiple Constructions of the Environmental Crisis: A Sociocybernetic View. Journal of Sociocybernetics  3(2):1-12.

Reimer B. 2004. Exploring Diversity in Rural Canada. Measuring Rural Diversity Policy Series, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture, Vol 1(2) March:1-7, (http://srdc.msstate.edu/measuring/series/).

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Ramsey D, Annis B, Everitt J. 2003. The Rural Community in Westman: Theoretical and Empirical Considerations: Proceedings of Moving Forward or Left Behind Conference.

Reimer B. 2004. The New Rural Economy: What Have We Learned? International Rural Network. Paper and PowerPoint slides published in Conference Proceedings CD (www.international-rural-network.org).

Reimer B. 2004. Rural-Urban Relations: Building Alliances. Annual Meeting of the International Rural Network, Inverness, UK. PowerPoint slides published in Conference Proceedings CD (www.international-rural-network.org).

Reimer B and Bruce, D. 2003. L’impact des nouvelles technologies de l’information pour la vitalité des milieux. PowerPoint presentation, Actes du colloque CD, Université Rurale Québecoise 2003, Région de la Mauricie, QC, Aug 17-22. (www.uqrt.ca/urq2003).

 

POLICY-RELATED ACTIVITIES AND MATERIALS

Beckley T. 2004. Community Forests: Backgrounder for the Legislative Assembly Select Committee on Wood Supply. Meeting with the Provincial Legislative Assembly.

Bruce D. 2004. The Role of Social Science Research in Rural Policy Development. Annual Meeting of the Rural Communities Impacting Policy, CURA Project.

Bruce D. 2003. Insights on Community Capacity Building. Institute of Public Administration Canada.

Bruce D. 2003. Rural Connections to the Connecting Canadians Agenda. National Workshop on E-Government in Canada, Hosted by the National Research Council's Institute for Information Technology, e-Business (IIT-e-business).

Bruce D. 2003. What's New in the New Rural Economy? PEI Rural Dialogue sessions.

Bruce D. 2003. Assessment of the ACT Program. CMHC, Ottawa, ON.

Halseth, G. 2004. Invited Lecturer. From Northern Strength to Northern Strength. Annual General Meeting of the North Central Municipal Association, Fort Nelson, BC, May 13.

Halseth, G. 2004. Invited Lecturer. From Northern Strength to Northern Strength. Northwest Corridor Development Corporation meeting, Vancouver, BC, April, 21.

Halseth, G. 2004. Invited Lecturer. Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy. BC Municipal Finance Authority Annual Meeting, Victoria, BC, March 24.

Halseth, G. 2003. Invited Lecturer. The Economies of Resource Based Communities: An Historical and Contemporary Perspective. The Real Estate Institute of BC and the Appraisal Institute of BC, Northwest Chapters, Terrace, October.

Halseth, G. 2003. Applying the ‘Rural Lens’ Principles to the Kyoto Accord. Policy recommendations to the Secretary of State for Rural Affairs, Ottawa: Government of Canada.

Halseth, G. 2002-2004. Member of Minister’s Advisory Committee, Secretary of State for Rural Affairs, Ottawa: Government of Canada.

Halseth G. 2002. Rural and Small Town Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia. Presentation to the UNBC Board of Governors.

Jean, B. 2002. La ruralité et l’économie sociale au Québec : quelques aspects d’une histoire commune. Chantier de l'économie sociale et Ministère des Régions.

Jean, B. 2002-2004. Member of Minister’s Advisory Committee, Secretary of State for Rural Affairs, Ottawa: Government of Canada.

Ramsey D. 2002. Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) and Rural Development: Institutional, Business and Household Roles and Applications. Annual Conference of Public Library Services. Government of Manitoba.

Reimer B. 2004, 2003. New Ways of Thinking I and II: Towards an Integrated Framework for Policy Research. Working Session by the Rural Secretariat of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, March 22-23 and Sept. 25-26, Ottawa.

Reimer B. 2004. Invited Participant at the SSHRC Policy Research Conference, Ottawa, Jan. 25-27.

Wall, E. 2003. Climate Change and Agriculture. Ontario Federation of Agriculture, Environment Committee.

Wall E. Fall 2002. Sustainable Rural Communities in an Era of Globalization: Reporting on Research in Rural Ontario. University of Guelph, The Ontario Rural Council (TORC), and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.

Wilkinson D. 2003. Reflections on Social Cohesion: Thoughts on the Factors Affecting Social Cohesion. Rural Secretariat in Winnipeg.

 

DISSERTATIONS

Bryant C. 2003. Where are they going? A look at Canadian Rural In-migration between 1991 and 1996, MA Thesis, Concordia University.

Brueckner I. 2004. Social and Economic Work Contributions of Farm Youth to Family Farms on the Canadian Prairies. MA Thesis. University of Saskatchewan.

Connell DJ. 2003. Observing Community:  An Inquiry Into the Meaning of Community Based on Luhmann’s General Theory of Society. PhD  Thesis. University of Guelph.

Épenda Muteba A. 2003. Les milieux ruraux québécois en restructuration : diagnostic, facteurs tangibles et intangibles de dévitalisation rurale et perspectives de développement local approprié, UQAR, Rimouski, Thèse de doctorat en développement régional.

Walsh D. 2004. Reopening Twillingate’s Fish Plant: Agency in a Rural Newfoundland Community. MA Thesis. Brandon University.

 

PRESENTATIONS

Ando M. Interchange between Rural and Urban Japan. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002.

Apedaile P, Nakagawa M, Bollman R. Sensitivity of Rural Enterprises to Globalization and Trade Liberalization: A Japan/Canada Comparison. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Beckley T, Teitelbaum S. Hewers of Wood and Drawers of Water: A National Overview of Subsistence Practices in Rural Canada. Rural Sociological Society. 2003.

Briscoe A. NRE2 Data. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Bruce D. Connecting to the Connecting Canadians Agenda: Rural Internet Use for Government Information. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Bruce D. The Geography of Housing Needs of Low Income Persons in Rural Canada. 5th British-American-Canadian Conference on Rural Geography. 2003.

Bruce D. Housing, Smart Growth, and Local Governance. Manufactured Housing Association of Atlantic Canada. 2003.

Bruce D. The New Rural Economy. Canadian Agricultural Extension Council, Annual General Meeting. 2003.

Bruce D. The New Rural Economy: Emerging Issues and Implications for Leaders. New Brunswick Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program. 2003.

Bruce D. The New Rural Economy Project: What We Have Done. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Brueckner I. Gender at Work in the Resource Processing Industries: Women in Agricultural Processing Industries. 2003.

Brueckner I. The Social and Economic Contributions of Farm Youth to Family Farms in Canada. Presented to the CRSE Advisory Committee, Staff, Monks and Board Members of St. Peter’s College, 2003.

Brueckner I. The Social and Economic Contributions of Farm Youth to Family Farms on the Canadian Prairies. Future of Rural People’s Conference, 2003.

Brueckner I. The Social and Economic Contributions of Farm Youth to Family Farms on the Canadian Prairies. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Brueckner I. Women in Resource Industries. Presented to the CRSE Advisory Committee, Staff, Monks and Board Members of St. Peter’s College. 2003.

Brueckner I, Mendis S. Natural Capital: Working Towards Local-Level Indicators for the NRE2. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Chouinard O. Les apprentissages au niveau de la gouvernance dans l’étude des milieux ruraux dans le cadre de la Nouvelle économie rurale. Colloque sur le développement régional : l’ACFAS. 2003.

Chouinard O, Cao H. Du centre vers la périphérie: un aperçu du phénomène migratoire des francophones au Nouveau-Brunswick. Congrès annuel de l’Association canadienne des géographes (ACG). 2004.

Chouinard O, Desjardins P-M, Forgues É. Cooperation and Mutual Aid: The Comparison of Urban and Rural Credit Unions. Rural Sociological Society, 66th Annual Meeting. 2003.

Chouinard O, Desjardins P-M, Forgues É, Vanderlinden J-P. Community Business Development Center: The Case of the Province of New-Brunswick. Workshop on Education and Jobs in Spatial Inequality: Continuity and Change in Territorial Stratification, Rural Sociological Society, 66th Annual Meeting. 2003.

Chouinard O, Savoie G. Les services en milieux ruraux. Conférence internationale des services humains en milieu rural dans le cadre des sociétés savantes. 2003. Halifax, NS.

Chouinard O, Vanderlinden J-P. Caraquet Bay Integrated Management. Conference nationale de l’Océan. Management Research Network: Canada’s Ocean, Research, Management, and the Human dimension. 2003.

Chouinard O, Desjardins P-M, Forgues E. Les défis de la communauté de Neguac: puiser dans le capital social de la coopération à partir de l’étude de cas de la caisse populaire acadienne de la communauté locale. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Connell DJ. Community is Spatial Inequality. 66th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society. 2003.  Rural Sociological Association.

Connell DJ. Community Theory: A Problem of Self-reference. Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting. 2003.

Connell DJ. Searching for Meaning in the Landscapes of Community. Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting. 2003.

Dickinson E. The Role of CAP Sites in Building Capacity in Rural Communities. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Emke I. Convergence in the Classroom: Using Communications Technology to Build Human Capital and Community Capacity. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002.

Emke I. Media as Resource: Using Media to Manage Change in Rural Households. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Emke I. Workshop on the Use of Search Conferences in Strategic Planning and Rural Community Consensus-Building. 2003.

Everitt J, Ramsey D. 2003. Rural Tourism and Recreation as Development Variables: Canadian Experience and Manitoba Case Studies. 5th British-American-Canadian Rural Geography Conference: Contrasting Ruralities

Gould L. The Changing Nature of Traditional Media in the New Rural Economy. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Halseth G. Building Community in an Instant Town: A Modern Frontier Tale. Vancouver Opera Association. 2003.

Halseth, G. Building Innovative Solutions. Managing for Tomorrow: Resource-Based Communities & the Environment. Panel Speaker. Prince George, BC. 2004.

Halseth G. Gender at Work and Gender at Home: The Mediating Role of the Household Economy in Resource Dependent Towns in Northern British Columbia. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2002.

Halseth G. The Importance of Social and Economic Infrastructure in Northern BC Community Revitalization. Winter Cities conference- Shaping Communities for Winter. 2003.

Halseth G. Managing Rural Population Decline in British Columbia: Patterns, Processes, and Prospects. UBC Year of Japan Conference. 2002.

Halseth G. On Strike Against Flexibility: Labour Mobility Versus Capital Mobility in a Late Staples Dependent Town in Northern BC. Northern Exposure - Showcasing Science at UNBC. 2002.

Halseth G. Public Policy and the 2001 Canadian Census: A Dangerous Mix for Rural and Small Town British Columbia. Annual Meetings of the Association of American Geographers. 2003.

Halseth G. Resource Town Restructuring: Rural and Small Town Studies at UNBC. University of the Arctic PhD field course. 2003.

Halseth G. Resource Town Transition: Debates After Closure. Contrasting Ruralities Conference. 2003.

Halseth G. Retention and Recruitment in Rural and Small Town British Columbia. Tech Talk 2002 Conference. 2002.

Halseth G. Rural and Small Town Studies in Northern BC. Northern Communities Conference. 2003.

Halseth G. Rural Services: Assessing ‘Change' as part of Rural Capacity and Analysis. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Halseth G. The Voluntary Sector in Small Town Canada: Links to Social Cohesion, Social Capital, and Community Capacity. Annual meetings of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2004.

Halseth G, Ryser L. Changing Commuting and Employment Patterns for Women in Post World War II Instant Towns in British Columbia. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Halseth G, Ryser L. Long Distance Labour Commuting and Post World War II Instant Towns in British Columbia. Annual meetings of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Halseth G, Ryser L. The Changing Nature of Service Provision in Rural Canada. Annual meetings of

the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2004

Halseth G, Straussfogel D, Wishart A. Regional Economic Shifts in BC: Speculation from Recent Demographic Evidence. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Halseth G, Sullivan L. Tracking House Prices Against Commodity Prices in a Single Industry "Instant Town". Annual meetings of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Halseth G, Sullivan L, Ryser L. Service Provision as Part of Resource Town Transition Planning: A Case From Northern British Columbia. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Jean B. Gouvernance et ruralité : quelques perspectives de recherche de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en développement rural. Séminaire de l’Axe «Innovation et territoires». 2003. CRISES (Centre de recherche sur l’innovation sociale dans les entreprises et les syndicats).

Jean B. La gouvernance rurale : le rôle du capital social dans le «renforcement des capacités de développement» des collectivités rurales. Nouvelle Économie rurale (INÉ-CRSH). 2003.

Jean B. Le nouveau rôle des élus locaux : soutenir l’émergence d’une nouvelle gouvernance rurale. Université rurale Québécoise 2003. 2003.

Jean B. La recomposition des rapports entre la ruralité et l’urbanité au Québec : vers de nouvelles stratégies pour un développement territorial solidaire. Colloque “Territoires et fonctions”, Section en développement régional de l’ACFAS. 2003.

Jean B. La recomposition des systèmes ruraux dans la modernité avancée : le cas de la société québécoise. Observatoire des rapports rural urbain. 2003.

Jean B. The Road to Successful Rural Community Development: Ten Winning Conditions. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Jean B. The Role of Intangible Factors in the Process of Community Capacity Building. Rural Sociological Society. 2003.

Jean B. La ruralité québécoise contemporaine : des petites collectivités rurales et leurs enjeux de développement. Journées Annuelles de Santé Publique 2003.

Jean B. La valorisation du patrimoine historique et naturel comme stratégie de développement rural. Panel au colloque annuel de l’Association VVAP. 2003.

Jean B, en collaboration avec Augustin Épenda. Le capital social et le développement des «capacités de développement» des communautés rurales : les enseignements d’une étude canadienne. Colloque de l’Association des sciences régionales de langue française (ASRDLF). 2003.

Jean B, Fuller T, Bryden J. The International Comparative Rural Policies Studies Program. Transatlantic Conference on Higher Education and Training. 2003.

Kennedy-Pruehs R. Boundaries of Community. Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Kennedy-Pruehs, R. Boundaries of Community. Presented to the CRSE Advisory Committee, Staff, Monks, and Board Members of St. Peter’s College, 2003.

LeBlanc P. L'equilibre Rural-Urbain : Élements pour la réflexion. Colloque Vision Saguenay 2025. 2004.

LeBlanc P. Les nouvelles dynamiques rurales au Canada. l'École nationale du génie rural, des eaux et des forêts (ENGREF). 2003.

LeBlanc P. Le projet de recherche "La Nouvelle économie rurale": un regard sur la réalité canadienne. Laboratoire de recherche Identité et Connaissance des Territoires et des Environnements en Mutation (IcoTem). 2003.

LeBlanc P. Quelques éléments de définition de la gouvernance locale. Colloque Vision Saguenay 2025. 2004.

LeBlanc P. Les jeunes ruraux et l'avenir de leur communauté. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Lyghtle L. The Use of Internet for Communication by Volunteer Groups in Springhill, Nova Scotia. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Lyons T. NRE2 Capacity Model. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Martz D. The Canadian Farm Family at Work, Gender and Generation. 5th British-American-Canadian Rural Geography Conference: Contrasting Ruralities. 2003.

Martz D. Canadian Prairie Grasslands: Human Use, Impacts and Management. Presented to the Geographical Association, Belfast Ireland, 2003

Martz D. Changes in Agriculture Roundtable. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Martz D. Decision Making on Canadian Family Farms: Participation and Roles of Farm Family Members. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Martz, D. Evaluation of the Sustainable Community Planning Process in Saskatchewan. Presented to the Sustainable Community Committee, Regina, SK. 2002

Martz D. Farm Family Work, Gender and Generation. Presented at National Farmer Union Annual Convention, Saskatoon, SK. 2002

Martz D. Farm Family Work, Gender and Generation. Department of Geography. University of Saskatchewan. 2003.


 

Martz D. Four Capitals and Four Capacities in Four Prairie Communities. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Martz D. Issues for Rural Women. Ursuline Nuns of Bruno. 2003.

Martz D. Linking Capital and Capacity in Four Prairie Agricultural Communities. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Martz D. The Role of Gender and Generation in the Work of Canadian Farm Families. Centre for Canadian Studies, Queen’s University Belfast, 2003.

Martz D. Rural Issues in Canada. Division of Life Long Learning, Queen’s University Belfast, 2003.

Martz D. Sustainable Community Planning in Canadian Prairie Communities. Centre for Canadian Studies, Queen’s University Belfast, 2003.

Martz D. The Sustainable Community Planning Process in Saskatchewan. Sustainable Community Committee, Government of  Saskatchewan Regina, SK. 2003.

Martz D. Understanding Community Capacity: The Role of Social Capital and Cohesion. Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Annual Conference, Gatineau-Hull, 2003

Martz D. Watershed Planning with Communities. CU-Expo Community-University Research: Partnerships, Policy and Progress. 2003.

Martz D, Sanderson K, Beckley T. Linking Capital and Capacity in four Prairie Agricultural Communities. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Plante S, Jean B. La dévitalisation des collectivités rurales et la gouvernance comme mécanisme de renforcement des capacités de développement territorial. Congrès annuel 2004 de l’Association canadienne de géographie. 2004.

Plante S, Jean B. La dévitalisation des collectivités rurales et la gouvernance comme mécanisme de renforcement des capacités de développement territorial. Communication au congrès conjoint de l’Association canadienne de géographie et l’Association canadienne des sciences régionales. 2004

Ramsey D. The Role of Traditional Media in the New Rural Economy: An Exploratory Study. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2004.

Ramsey D, Everitt J. People and Hogs: Agricultural Restructuring and the Contested Countryside in Agro-Manitoba. Contrasting Ruralities: Changing Rural Economies, Societies and Landscapes. 5th British-American-Canadian Rural Geography Conference: Contrasting Ruralities. 2003.

Ramsey D. Preservation and Promotion of Heritage in Westman: A Rural Tourism Experience from Manitoba. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Reimer W. The CJ Household Surveys. Organization for Urban-Rural Revitalization, Tokyo. 2003.

Reimer W. CRRF and the NRE: Fruits of Ambition. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Reimer W. The Informal Economy in Rural Canada. Wales Rural Forum, Bangor, Wales. 2003.

Reimer B. Investigating and Measuring Capacity. Presentation at the CRRF National Conference, Gatineau, QC. 2003.

Reimer W. The NRE Project: What Have We Learned? 66th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society, Montréal. 2003.

Reimer W. The NRE Project: What Have We Learned? International Rural Network Conference Inverness, UK. 2003.

Reimer B. Reflections on NRE2. Presentation to the NRE National Workshop, Prince George, Mackenzie, Tumbler Ridge, BC. 2004.

Reimer W. Rural Policy in Canada: Regional Variations. International Seminar on the Challenge of Rural Development Policy in Canada, Korea, and Japan. Tokyo 2003.

Reimer B. Rural/Urban Relations: Building Alliances. Invited presentation at CRRF Think Tank on Rural-Urban Inter-relationships, Prince George, BC. 2004.

Reimer W. Rural-Urban Relations: Building Alliances. International Rural Network conference, Inverness UK. 2003.

Reimer W. Understanding Social Capital: Its Nature and Manifestations in Rural Canada. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Reimer B. Understanding the New Rural Economy: Implications for Rural Revitalization. Invited speaker at the Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities Conference, Saskatoon, SK. 2003.

Reimer W, Bruce D. L’impact des nouvelles technologies de l’information pour la vitalité des milieux. Université Rurale Québecoise. 2003.

Reimer W, Wilkinson D. Understanding Social Cohesion: Its Nature and Manifestations in Rural Canada. 66th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society. 2003.

Ryser L, Halseth G. Building Capacity in Rural and Small Town Places Across Canada with Innovative Services and Voluntary Organizations. Annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2004.

Sissoko S, Chouinard O. La gouvernance à Néguac: le défi d’une communauté en milieu minoritaire. Congrès annuel de l’Association canadienne des géographes (ACG). 2004.

Teitelbaum S. Community Capacity: A Useful Concept for Community Development. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Wall E. Adaptation to Climate change: Key Issues for Agriculture. Climate Adaptation and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Agriculture Workshop. 2003.

Wall E. Agricultural Adaptation to Climate and Weather Risks: Links to Sustainability and Conservation. A.D. Latornell Conservation symposium. 2003.

Wall, E. Climate Change and Agriculture: Identifying the Issues. Agrology Institute of Ontario, OMAF 
Noon Hour series. 2003
Wall, E. Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol: Bonanza or Boondoggle for Agriculture? Ontario Agricultural 
College Seminar Series. 2003.

Wall E, Marzall K. Adaptive Capacity and Climate Change in Rural Canada. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2004.

Walsh D. Reconstructing Community after the Northern Cod Moratorium: Twillingate and the New Rural Economy Project. Rural Canada: An Introduction. Brandon University. 2004.

Walsh D. Reopening Twillingate’s Fish Plant: Exploring Action in a Rural Newfoundland Community. Rural Forum. 2004.

Walsh D, Ramsey D. Civic Participation in Twillingate, NL: Identifying the Inactive as a Strategy for More Targeted Capacity Building. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Walsh D, Ramsey D. “We Have No Doctor!”: Service Provision in Rural Canada. 66th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society. 2003.

Wilkinson D. Demographic and Community Factors Affecting Psychological Sense of Community, Attraction, and Neighbouring in Rural Communities. 66th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society. 2003.

Wilkinson D. Neighbouring in Rural Communities. Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting. 2003. CSAA.

Wilkinson D. Rural Small Business, Self-Employment, and Web Use. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Wilkinson D. The Three Dimensions of Social Cohesion: Psychological sense of community, Attachment and Neighbouring. CRRF/NRE National Workshop. 2003.

Woodrow A. Comparing NRE Sites in Canada and Japan. CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Woodrow A. NRE: What Have We Learned? CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

Woodrow A. Session Chair/Discussant for “Rurality”. Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting. 2003. CSAA.

Woodrow A, Emke I. Constructing and Communicating Rural Identities in the New Economy. 66th Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society. 2003.

Woodrow A, Reimer W. The New Rural Economy Project: What have we Learned? CRRF National Conference – Rural Matters. 2002. CRRF.

 

MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

Benns R. Rural Canada Given Social Capital Focus. Post and Review. September 24, 2003, (http://www.axiomnews.ca/2003/September/sept24.htm)

Bruce D. 2004. Statistics on Rural Internet Use Give Surprises. Western Producer. Pg. 7

Chamber to Host Business Survey During November. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. 118[46]. 2003.

Grenfell Professor Involved in $3-Million Project. Western Star: Corner Brook, NL. Pg. 4. Dec. 5, 2002.

Halseth G. 2003. Canada Research Chair in Rural and Small Town Studies. Canadian Association of Geographers Newsletter, 10(2): 6.

Professor involved in $3-million research project. Humber Log: Corner Brook, NL. Pg. 12. Dec. 4, 2002.

Visit to Japan. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. Dec. 3, 2003

Gill P. Grenfell Prof Joins Rural Research Study. Memorial Gazette: U. of Newfoundland Pg. 1-2.. 2002.

Jackson V. Ferintosh Included in Rural Study. The Camrose Canadian: Camrose, AB. Pg. B8. May 11, 2003.

Le développement territorial: de l’égoisme à la solidarité. A7. Le Devoir: Montréal, QC. 20 mai 2003

Réussir le développement approprié du territoire gaspésien : quelques conditions nécessaires mais sans doute non suffisantes. Gaspésie: Gaspé, Musée de la Gaspésie 40[2], pgs. 32-36. 2003.

Mackenzie and Area Seniors’ Needs Overview. Mackenzie Times: Mackenzie, BC. Pg. 1. May 11, 2004.

Morton E. Greetings to Japan. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. 118[46]. 2003.

Morton E. Japan Visit. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. 118[46]. 2003.

Morton E. Studio Tour 2003. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. 118[41]. 2003.

Morton E. Think On This. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. Pg. 3. 2003.

Morton E. Visit to Japan. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. 118[49]. 2003.

Reimer W. Interview for Ferintosh Newspaper. May 3, 2003

Reimer W. Interview for Country Canada, CBC. April 8, 2003.

Reimer W. Building Rural Capacity in the New Economy. A Research Profile in SSHRC Performance Report, March 31, 2003.

Savoy G. Miramichi Hosts National Rural Conference. Miramichi Leader: Miramichi, NB. Nov. 1, 2002

Swan M. Chamber To Host Business Survey During November. Tweed News: Tweed, ON. Pg.1. November 12, 2003.

Wilkinson D. Is Economic Diversification the Answer for Rural Communities? What was the question, again? Op Ed. Sudbury Star: Sudbury, ON. Jan. 2, 2004.

William Reimer Sees Hope in Canadian Rural Communities. Concordia’s Thursday Report: Concordia University. Pg. 2-3. Nov. 20, 2003.

 

PRESS RELEASES

Bruce D. 2004. New Solutions Needed to Help Rural Households Use the Internet to Overcome the Burden of Distance. Sackville, NB, Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University.

Bruce D. 2003. Relatively Poorer Health of Rural Canadians Poses Economic Development Challenges. Sackville, NB, Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University.

Minister Rock announces $29.87 Million in Funding for Innovation, Research, and Economic Development in the Greater Montréal Area. Industry Canada Press Release. 2002.

Tweed Chamber of Commerce. 2004. Comfort Country Tourism and Business Development Project to be Launched March 1st 2004. Press Release.

 


 

AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS AND EVENTS

 

Beckley T. Canada Now in New Brunswick. CBC television. 2003.

Beckley T. How a Crown forest works. Smith, Connell. Information Morning: CBC Radio One. Saint John, NB, CBC Radio. 2004.

Bruce D. Appropriate Mechanisms and Opportunities for Involving Undergraduate Students in Collaborative Research. 16th Annual Conference, Atlantic Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. 2003.

Bruce D. Rural Research at MTA Helping Small Towns. Matheson, Zara. Sackville, NB, CHMA 106.9. 2004.

Bruce D. Wealth, Age and Education Play Key Role in Internet Use. In Sites Flyer. 2003.

Emke I. Corner Brook Café. Rogers Cable. 2003.

Halseth G. Closure of BC Rail Passenger Service. CBC Almanac Vancouver. 2002.

Halseth, G, Sullivan, L. On new book on Tumbler Ridge and Mackenzie. CBC Almanac Vancouver.

            October 8, 2003.

Halseth, G. On throne speech and BC Government economic heartland strategy. CBC Almanac. February

            13, 2003.

Halseth, G. BC’s rural communities, CBC Radio  October 29,, 2002.

Halseth G. Community Implications of Paper Mill Closure in Ontario. Thunder Bay, ON, CBC. 2002.

Halseth G. Implications of Paper Mill Closure in Ontario. CBC Thunder Bay. 2002.

Halseth G. Northern BC Population Change Implications. CKPG Prince George. 2003.

Halseth, G. The NRE/CRRF Think Tank and Workshop held in Prince George, PGTV. April 26, 2004.

Reimer, B. Invited Guest: CBC Radio Noon Phone-in (Québec). What should be done with rural communities?. June 14, 2004.

 

PUBLICITY MATERIALS

Bruce D. Rural Internet Use for Government Services Lagging. 2003.

Bruce D, MacInnis M. Accessing Health Information Important for All Segments of Society. 2004.

Bruce D, MacInnis M. The Aging of Rural Canada's Volunteer Base. 2004.

Bruce D, High Levels of Social Cohesion in Rural Communities, Except in Rural Québec and Among Rural Youth.

Bruce D, MacInnis M. Internet Use Lagging Behind in Struggling Rural Communities. 2004.

Bruce D, MacInnis M. More Middle-Age People in Rural Canada Have Higher Levels of Stress Than Other Rural People. 2004.

Bruce D, MacInnis M. Voluntary Sector Plays Key Role in Rural Community Leadership.

Bruce D, MacInnis M. Wealth, Age and Education Play Key Role in Internet Use.

Halseth G, Sullivan L, Ryser L. Social Capital, Services Certainty, Asset Mobilization and Community Revitalization: Insights From a Coal Mine Closure in Tumbler Ridge.

Jean B. Le secteur communautaire et le monde des affaires sont les acteurs de la gouvernance locale les plus appréciés dans les milieux ruraux.

NRE Researchers. 24 Field site flyers. NRE. 2002.

Wall E, Connell DJ, Golden L. Carden: Resolving Tensions/Building Capacity. To De-amalgamate or Not to De-amalgamate, That is the Question on the Minds of Carden Residents.

Wall E, Connell DJ, Golden L. Rural Dynamics: Catalyst For a New Vision Of Tweed, Ontario.

Wilkinson D. Is “Rural” A Four-Letter Word?: Implication of Diversity in Rural Canada.

Woodrow A, Reimer W, Bryant C, Burns M, des Ormeaux R, Sharkey A, Teitelbaum S, Walsh D. The New Rural Economy Project: What have we learned about … (17 field site booklets). Concordia University, NRE. 2002.

 

REPORTS

Ayeva T. 2003. NRE2 Centre de recherche sur la gouvernance rurale, La concertation et le partenariat en milieu rural: l’expérience des Sociétés d’aide au développement des collectivités (SADC), UQAR, Rimouski.

Ayeva T. 2003. NRE2 Centre de recherche sur la gouvernance rurale, Gouvernance locale et renforcement des capacités. Quelques pistes de réflexion pour un développement territorial durable des collectivités rurales, UQAR, Rimouski.

Beckley T, Edmonson K. 2004. Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: A Report for Blissfield, NB.

Beckley T, Nadeau S, Wall E, Martz D, Reimer W. 2004. Multiple Capacities, Multiple Outcomes: Delving Deeper into the Meaning of Community Capacity. NRE Project, Working Paper.

Bruce D. 2003. Housing Needs of Low Income People Living in Rural Areas. CMHC, Ottawa, ON

Bruce D, Lyghtle L, Stevens C. 2003 Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada: A Report for... (22 site givebacks prepared). Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Alison University, Sackville, NB.

Campbell A, Ramsey D. 2003. Defining Rural Health and Well-being in Westman..

Chouinard O, Jean B, Plante S. 2003. NRE2 Centre de recherche sur la gouvernance rurale, La gouvernance. Aspects théoriques et méthodologiques. Recension des écrits, Rimouski, UQAR.

Connell DJ. 2003. Social and Economic Inclusion Initiative:  Closing the Distance in Elgin County. Final Report. School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, U. of Guelph., Guelph, ON.

Emke I. 2003. Report (interim) on a Community Survey of Bay St. George South, Newfoundland. Enlarging the Circle Research Project, Stephenville, NL.

Emke I. 2003. Survey of Community Newspaper Editors in Canada.

Emke I. Direct mailing to all households in Twillingate, Newfoundland, July 2003. The mailing included information on the results of the 2001 NRE household survey, and our continuing plans for inventories of both services and communication.

Emke I. Direct mailing to all households in Winterton, Newfoundland, August 2003. The mailing included information on the results of the 2001 NRE household survey, and our continuing plans for inventories of both services and communication.

Golden L. 2004. Inventory of Tweed Newspaper Articles related to site issues.

Halseth, G., King, N., Ryser, L. 2004. Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada:  A Report for Mackenzie, British Columbia. Montréal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.

Halseth G, King N, Ryser L 2004. Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada:  A Report for Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. Montréal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project

Halseth, G, Ryser L. 2003. Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: Cross Canada Summary Report. Montréal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.

Halseth G, Ryser L. 2003. Services Provision in Rural and Small Town Places:  A report for... (22 site givebacks). University of Northern British Columbia.

Halseth G, Ryser L. 2002. Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Summary Report. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women’s Services.

Halseth G, Ryser L. 2002. Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Methodology Report. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women’s Services.

Halseth G, Ryser L. 2002. Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Report on New ‘Tools’ for Community Economic Development. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women’s Services.

Halseth G, Ryser L. 2002. Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Report on Perceptions of Community, Services, and Programming Needs. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women’s Services.

Jean B. 2003. Observatoire des rapports ruraux-urbains. LADYSS (Laboratoires des dynamiques sociales et recomposition des espaces du CNRS), Nanterre.

LeBlanc P. 2002. CRRF Scan, Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation.

LeBlanc P. 2004. Petit catéchisme de la gouvernance. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. Le niveau de stress des résidents de Taschereau est plus élevé qu'ailleurs au pays. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. Près de la moitié des répondants de Taschereau s'impliquent bénévolement dans les associations. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. Les résidants de Taschereau sont très satisfaits du service de cueillette des ordures et du service municipal d'aqueducs. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. Les résidents de Taschereau utilisent autant Internet que les habitants des autres municipalités au pays. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. Les résidents de Taschereau s'impliquent dans leur communauté en signant des pétitions et en faisant des dons en argent. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. La satisfaction des Tascherellois à l'égard de leurs dirigeants est inférieureàa celle des autres répondants. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

LeBlanc P, Connely JA. 2004. Près de la moitié des répondants de Taschereau s'impliquent bénévolement dans les associations. Équipe gouvernance: UQAT.

Lenk A. 2003. Housing Needs of Low-Income People Living in Rural Areas. Rep. Research Highlights, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Ottawa, ON.

Lyghtle L. 2004. Communication Issues for Volunteer Group in Rural Canada. Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB.

Lyghtle L. 2003. Internet Use for Health Information Among Rural Canadians.

Martz D. 2002. Evaluation of the Sustainable Community Planning Process in Saskatchewan, Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Martz D. 2002. Watershed Planning with Communities. Saskatchewan Networks of Watershed Stewards,

Martz D, Brueckner I. 2003. The Canadian Farm Family at Work: Exploring Gender and Generation. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Martz D, Forsdick J. 2002 The Sustainable Community Planning Process in Saskatchewan: Review and Recommendations. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Martz D, Quinton S, Billo D, Brueckner I, Waldal R. 2002 Sustainable Community Planning in the Beaver Creek Watershed.. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Martz D, Sanderson K. 2003. Four Capitals and Four Capacity Outcomes in Four Prairie Agricultural Communities, Final Report for the Canadian Adaptation and Rural Communities Initiative. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Martz D. et al. 2002. Sustainable Community Planning in the Crescent Creek Watershed. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Martz D, Sanderson K. 2003. Four Capital and Four Capacity Outcomes in Four Prairie Agricultural Communities. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK.

Morin SA. 2003. La Nouvelle Économie Rurale à Cap-à-l’Aigle; Compte-rendu du sondage dans les ménages 2001.

Sanderson K, Gertler M, Martz D, Mahabir R. 2003. The Economic and Social Impact of the Saskatoon Farmer's Market: Part 1: Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment.

Sanderson K, Martz D. 2004. The Economic and Social Contribution of the Public Sector to Rural Saskatchewan. Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment.

Smit B, Wall E. 2003. Adaptation to Climate Change Challenges and Opportunities: Implications and 
Recommendations for the Canadian Agri-Food Sector. Brief submitted to the Standing Senate 
Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. March 20.

Teitelbaum S, Beckley T. 2004. Community Capacity Assessment: A “How To” Guide for Communities. University of New Brunswick.