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NRE Spring Workshop 2001
Atelier du printemps de la NÉR, 2001

Mount Allison University
Sackville, NB

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Directions & Agenda
(see below / voir ci-bas)


Directions to MTA Campus

Travelling from Quebec, NB or from Moncton airport (taxi drivers know how to get to Sackville and some will know exactly where you are going because they take students to campus from the airport):
- your destination is HARPER HALL, Mount Allison Campus
- travel along the Trans-Canada highway and take exit 541 (Main St)
- turn right off the exit ramp - this is Main St
- travel about 1 km along Main St, on your right you will see a Quik Mart and a strip mall
- immediately in front of you is a "Y" or "fork" in the road - this is the
MTA campus
- stay to the left at this fork in the road
- on your left you will see a very old stone building set back off the road,
this is called Palmer Hall
- Harper Hall is located BEHIND this building - you can pick up the keys to get into Harper Hall at the reception desk in WINDSOR HALL, which is located next to Harper (15 seconds to walk there)
- the building we are meeting in is called AVARD-DIXON, it is located just across the street from Palmer Hall, down Main St about 100 feet, at the crosswalk
- if you come upon a small duck pond with a large fountain in the middle,
you have gone too far

Travelling from NS or PEI:
- your destination is HARPER HALL, Mount Allison Campus
- travel along the Trans-Canada highway and take exit 541 (Main St)
- turn left off the exit ramp - this is Main St
- follow same directions as above
- NOTE: there is an earlier exit for Sackville for those coming from NS -
exit 544 (Bridge St) - you may choose to take this exit if you wish to drive through the town, but the simplest route is via exit 541

If you have problems you can call David Bruce at 506-536-4155 (home) on Saturday April 28.


Final Agenda for Spring Workshop                  (Revised April 25, 2001)

Date: April 28 - May 2, 2001

Place: Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB

For more information please contact:
Anna Woodrow (woodrow@vax2.concordia.ca)
Phone: 514-848-2424 ext. 2323; Fax (514) 848-2322


Saturday April 28, 2001

Arrival to Moncton by late afternoon, and transfer to Mount A.(Vans and Taxis from Airport - Please provide us with your arrival date/time if you would like assistance).

    18:45 - Dinner together at the University in the Cafeteria

    Introductory Remarks (Anna Woodrow / Bill Reimer)

Sunday April 29, 2001

7:30 - 8:15     Breakfast (Cafeteria)

8:30 - 10:30     FIELD RESEARCH DETAILS SUMMER 2001 (David Bruce, Bill Reimer)

10:30 - 10:45     Nutrition Break

10:45 - 12:30     FIELD RESEARCH DETAILS SUMMER 2001 (David Bruce. Bill Reimer)

12:30 - 13:30     Lunch (Cafeteria)

13:40 - 15:00     Mini Presentations (10 minutes each) - Chair: Anna Woodrow
        Discussion Theme: BUILDING CAPACITY
    1)    Communities and Capacity. By Diane Martz.
    2)    Multiple Outcomes, Multiple Capacities: Delving Deeper into the Meaning of Community Capacity. By Tom Beckley and the Capacity theme.
    3)    Community Newspapers and Social Cohesion: Participants, Observers, or Both? By Ivan Emke.
   
15:00 - 15:15     Nutrition Break

15:20 - 17:00     Discussion of the Three Cs - Capacity, Cohesion and Capital. (Bill Reimer)

17:00 - 19:00     Free Time.

19:15 - Sharp! Depart for dinner at Borden's Restaurant in Sackville


Monday April 30, 2001

7:30 - 8:00     Breakfast (Cafeteria)

8:15 Sharp!     Departure for Springhill on Bus

9:00 - 10:30     Arrival at Nova Scotia Community College

            Keynote Address and round-table discussion: Dr. Jan Flora

10:30 - 10:45     Nutrition Break

10:45 - 12:30     Tour #1

12:30 - 13:30     Lunch (Springhill Legion)

13:45 - 15:15     Springhill representatives presenting along with Chris Bryant

15:15 - 15:30     Nutrition Break

15:30 - 17:45     Tour #2

18:15 -     Dinner in Springhill at Jade Palace
   
Tuesday May 1, 2001

7:30 - 8:30     Breakfast (Cafeteria)

8:35 - 10:30     Mini Presentations (10 minutes) - Chair: Patrice Leblanc
        Discussion Theme: ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL REVITALIZATION
        1.    Responses to Municipal Restructuring and Changes in Government Service Delivery : Is the Circle Broken? By Ellen Wall and David Connell.
        2.    Small Manufacturing Enterprises. Par Andre Joyal
        4.    From Challenge to Action: Revitalization with Creative Destruction. By Peter Apedaile
   
10:30 - 10:45     Nutrition Break

10:45 - 11:45     Computer demonstration - Website and Chat Room with Roger desOrmeaux (or Free Time)

11:45 - 12:30     Theme Teams Meet (or Free Time)

12:30 - 13:30     LUNCH (Theme teams finish up over lunch in Cafeteria)

13:45 - 15:30     Mini Presentations (10 Minutes) Chair: Bill Reimer
        Discussion Theme: CAPITAL - ASSETS AND RESOURCES
        1.     Connections between services and social cohesion/capital in rural and small town Canada". By Greg Halseth and Patrice LeBlanc.
        2.     Voluntary Treatments of Social Capital in Economics and Sociology: Are they really talking about the same thing? By Derek Wilkinson.
        3.     Le capital social et le leadership dans les communautés rurales canadiennes, by Bruno Jean

15:30 - 15:45     Nutrition Break

15:45 - 16:30     Mini Presentations (10 minutes) Chair: Bruno Jean
        Discussion Theme: MOBILIZATION
        1.     L'avenir des jeunes dans les communautés rurales canadiennes:opinions de dirigeants ruraux. Par Myriam Simard et Patrice Leblanc.
        2.     Retention of Youth in Rural Communities. By Dianne Looker
        3.    Mobilisation et développement communautaire dans les communautés rurales. Par Omer Chouinard
   
16:30 - 19:00    NRE Steering Committee meets (free time for everyone else)

19:15 - Sharp!    Depart for dinner at the Sackville Curling Club.
        (CRRF Meeting Scheduled over dinner and after)

Wednesday May 2, 2001

7:45 - 8:30     Breakfast (in Cafeteria)

8:45 - 10:30     Clarifications of Commitments

10:30 - 10:45     Nutrition Break

10:45 - 12:30     Plan for Fall 2001, year three and wrap up.

12:30 - 13:30     Closing Lunch in Cafeteria.

Departure for Moncton – Afternoon (please contact us with your departure time if you would like assistance getting to Moncton).