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NRE2 Annual Spring Workshop 2005

 Duck Mountain, Saskatchewan - April 28 - May 1

NRE2 Annual Spring Workshop, April/May 2005
Duck Mountain, Saskatchewan (Benito, Manitoba)
29 April to May 1, 2005

CRRF Think Tank: 28 April

Slideshow of the Duck Mountain Workshop

Workshop Agenda (PDF)

Discussion  paper proposals for the Workshop


Papers officially presented and discussed at the Workshop
(Please note that the following papers are works in progress and the documents themselves will be made available on this page as they are finalized - also see the proposed versions above)

 Exploring the context of rural capacity (Reimer et al)
Women's roles in Community Capacity (Martz & Bruekner)
A Literature Review of Capacity Frameworks (Lyons)
Global Influence on Rural and Urban Disparity Differences in Canada: Policy Implications for Improving Rural Capacity (Tiepoh and Reimer)
Community Resources for Adapting to Climate Change: Regional Comparisons (Wall and Marzall)
Is the cup half full?: Rural and Urban similarities in environmental values in Canada (Beckley, Nadeau, Huddart)
Stick Holders and Stakeholders: Engaging Community in Atlantic Salmon Management in the Miramichi Watershed (Dalton)
Relationships between sector dependence and community well-being (Parkins)
Gouvernance locale et renforcement des capacités : Étude de cas de l’expérience des Sociétés d’aide au développement des collectivités (SADC) au Québec (Ayeva et Jean)
LA GOUVERNANCE DANS UNE COMMUNAUTÉ RURALE EN MILIEU MINORITAIRE (Chouinard et de Varennes)
Some ways Social Cohesion affects Rural Canadians: Service use and community participation in NRE communities 2000-2001 (Wilkinson)
The Use and Importance of Local Media in Rural Communities (Woodrow and Bell)
Use of Internet by rural youth or Schools and rural capacity (Looker)
The Role of Communication in Rural Conflict Resolution (Emke and Campbell)