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NRE2 "In Sites" information flyers


Women's Networks and Farm Entry
 in British Columbia

by Rebecca Lipton

Wealth, Age and Education Play Key Role in Internet Use.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

The Connectedness of Community as an Element in Policy.

by Bill Reimer

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

by Lana Sullivan, Laura Ryser and Greg Halseth

Are There Differences in Pro-Environmental Behaviour between Rural and Urban Canada?
by Emily Huddart

Rural Internet Use for Government Services Lagging.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

Resource Dependence and Community Well-being in Rural Canada
by Kim Edmondson

Regionalization of Health Services
across Canada
by Greg Halseth
, Laura Ryser
and Shiloh Durkee

Regionalization of Community Services
across Canada
by Greg Halseth
, Laura Ryser
and Shiloh Durkee

What Works Well for Innovative Service Providers and the Voluntary Sector
by Greg Halseth
, Laura Ryser
and Shiloh Durkee

Burdening the Overburdened: Understanding the Rural and Small Town Voluntary Sector in Health Care Reform
by
Greg Halseth, Laura Ryser, Neil Hanlon
and Lana Sullivan

Searching for Economic Diversity: Community Revitalization in Tumbler Ridge
by
Greg Halseth, Shiloh Durkee,
Carolyn Golightly, Lana Sullivan,
and Laura Ryser

Use of Internet Technology for Communication Among Volunteer Groups in Rural Canada: The Case of Springhill, NS
by David Bruce

Challenges of Using Chat Room Technology
for Learning and Networking in Rural Canada
by David Bruce

New Solutions Needed to Help Rural Households Use the Internet to Overcome the Burden of Distance
by David Bruce

The Growing Gap in Skilled Labour: Rural Areas Need to Focus Labour Force Development with Economic Development Efforts
by David Bruce

Relatively Poorer Health of Rural Canadians Poses Economic Development Challenges
by David Bruce

Good News, Bad News on the Education Attainment Levels for Rural Canada
by David Bruce

About half of Taschereau respondents
get involved in voluntary associations.

by Judy-Ann Connely
and Patrice LeBlanc

Elevators, Doctors and Libraries:
Fighting the Good Fight in Rural Manitoba.

by Doug Ramsey

Residents of Taschereau are less satisfied with their leaders than people in other NRE communities.
by Judy-Ann Connely
and Patrice LeBlanc

Stress levels of Taschereau residents are  higher than elsewhere in the country.
by Judy-Ann Connely
and Patrice LeBlanc

Taschereau residents are very satisfied with garbage removal services and municipal aqueducts.
by Judy-Ann Connely
and Patrice LeBlanc

Taschereau residents get involved in their community by signing petitions and by making cash donations.
by Judy-Ann Connely
and Patrice LeBlanc

CARDEN : RESOLVING TENSIONS/BUILDING CAPACITY.
by David J. Connell, B. Leigh Golden
& Ellen Wall

The residents of Taschereau use the Internet as much as the inhabitants of other communities around the country.
by Judy-Ann Connely
and Patrice LeBlanc

Is “rural” a four-letter word?: Implication of diversity in rural Canada.
by Derek Wilkinson

Voluntary Sector Plays Key Role in Rural Community Leadership.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

Rural Dynamics: Catalyst For a New Vision Of Tweed, Ontario.
by David J. Connell, B. Leigh Golden
& Ellen Wall

High Levels of Social Cohesion in Rural Communities, Except in Rural Quebec and Among Rural Youth.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

More Middle-Aged People in Rural Canada Have Higher Levels of Stress Than Other Rural People.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

The voluntary and business sectors are the partners of local governance most appreciated in rural areas.
by Bruno Jean

Accessing Health Information Important for All Segments of Society.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

The Aging of Canada's Volunteer base.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis

Internet Use Lagging Behind In Struggling Rural Communities.
by David Bruce and Matthew MacInnis
 
   

Rural Communities Are Shrinking In the Global Economy.

Impediments to Research and Education in Rural Canada.

Rural Residents Require Services, but Are Flexible on Distance.

Rural Volunteering Under Threat.

Funding Voluntary Associations in Rural Canada.

Effective Rural Policies Needed.