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Les fichiers suivants sont présentés dans l'ordre selon lequel ils on été ajoutés à cette page.


Les nouvelles dynamiques rurales au Canada par Patrice Leblanc


Le projet de recherche « La nouvelle économie rurale »: un regard sur la réalité canadienne par Patrice Leblanc


So What's New About the NRE? par Peter Apedaile

This PowerPoint introduces several features of the new economy with application to the NRE. It compares the old rural economy with the NRE in terms of institutional and behavioural features.


The Impact of NewTechnologies in Rural Canada
L'impact des nouvelles technologies de l'information sur la vitalité des milieux
par David Bruce et Bill Reimer

This is a presentation for the Université Rurale in Mauricie on August 21, 2003. Using data from national surveys and the NRE household survey, it outlines issues relating to the use and impacts of new technologies in rural Canada.


Understanding Social Cohesion: Its Nature and Manifestations in Rural Canada par Bill Reimer et Derek Wilkinson

This is a presentation made at the Rural Sociological Society Meetings in Montreal on July 27th, 2003. It outlines the framework for social cohesion used by the NRE Project and provides some of the results of our analysis.


The New Rural Economy Project: What Have We Learned? par Bill Reimer

This is a presentation made at the Rural Sociological Society Meetings in Montreal on July 27th, 2003. It outlines three key insights of the NRE Project and some of the implications they have for rural revitalization.


Le nouveau rôle des élus locaux : Soutenir l'émergence d'une nouvelle gouvernance rurale par Bruno Jean


Social Capital and Governance: The Role of Intagible Factors in Community Capacity Building par Bruno Jean. Presentation for the Rural Sociological Society's

2003 Annual Meeting in Montréal, Québec CANADA
"Spatial Inequality: Continuity and Change in Territorial Stratification"
Palais des Congress de Montréal Convention Center
July 27-30, 2003


The Informal Economy in Rural Canada par Bill Reimer

This is a presentation given to the Wales Rural Forum at Bangor University in Northern Wales on July 2nd, 2003. It provides a definition of the informal economy, then discusses its characteristics using data from the Canadian General Social Survey. We argue that the informal economy bears an important (supportive) relationship to the formal economy.


Rural-Urban Relations: Building Alliances par Bill Reimer

This is a presentation given at the International Rural Network Conference in Inverness, Scotland on June 27, 2003. It outlines some of the conditions that have disadvantaged rural Canada in the new economy and argues that our institutions must be reorganized or created to meet the changing conditions. Suggestions for reorganizing market, bureaucratic, associative, and communal institutions are provided along with a research agenda.


The NRE Project: What Have We Learned? par Bill Reimer

This is a presentation given at the International Rural Network Conference in Inverness, Scotland on June 23, 2003. It outlines some of the key NRE results under 3 general claims: Rural Canada is poorly positioned for the new economy; Social capital and cohesion support economic performance; and A rural-urban alliance is necessary. Strategies for revitalizing rural Canada are suggested following from the claims.


The Informal Rural Economy: An Asset Perspective par L. Peter Apedaile, May 2003


The Informal Economy: A Research Proposal par L. Peter Apedaile, January 2003


From Challenge to Strategy par L. Peter Apedaile


CRRF and the NRE: A Vision Comes Alive par Bill Reimer, 2003/02/12


La FCRR et la NÉR : Une vision devient réalité par Bill Reimer, 2003/02/12


The Canada-Japan Household Surveys par Bill Reimer, 2003/01/27


Rural Policies In Canada par Bill Reimer, 2003/01/23


Measuring Canadian Rural Diversity and Social Capital par Bill Reimer

Category: Rural Diversity
Title: Measuring Canadian Rural Diversity and Social Capital
Date: 02/11/21
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This is a powerpoint presentation that was delivered to the
Economic Research Service branch of the US Department of Agriculture,
Washington, DC, Nov 21, 2002. It examines the issue of rural diversity
from the perspective of rural revitalization and the insights that we have
gained from our 5 years of research on the New Rural Economy project.


Social Cohesion in Rural Canada: Implications for Policy par Bill Reimer

Version française

Category: Social Cohesion
Title: Social Cohesion in Rural Canada: Implications for Policy
Date: 02/09/23
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: Social Cohesion in Rural Canada: Implications for Policy. This
presentation was made at the Policy Research Initiative Series on Social
Cohesion in Ottawa (Sept. 23, 2002). It presents the NRE framework for
social cohesion, provides some data from our work, and identifies some
policy implications arising from those results.


New Rural Economy in Seguin: Review of the 2001 Household Survey par Derek Wilkinson, Director, Institute of Northern Ontario Research and Development, Laurentian University, July 22, 2002


Communicative Tools and Communicative Action: Networking Rural Canada, Presentation at the ISA Meetings, Brisbane, Australia par Andrea Sharkey & Anna Woodrow, Concordia University, July12, 2002.


The New Rural Economy in Lot 16 - Review of the 2001 Household Survey par David Bruce, Director and Carla Stevens, Research Assistant. Rural & Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University. June 20, 2002.


The New Rural Economy in Springhill - Review of the 2001 Household Survey par David Bruce, Director and Carla Stevens, Research Assistant. Rural & Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University. June 3, 2002


INE Proposal 2002 This presentation outlines the framework and some details regarding the proposal to SSHRC for the Initiative on the New Economy.


Major Changes: NRE Book #3 This presentation outlines the framework and structure suggested for the NRE book on major changes in the new rural economy (Book 3 of 4).


Social Cohesion: NRE Book #1 This presentation outlines the framework and structure for the NRE book on social cohesion (Book 1of 4).


Social Capital in Rural Canada par Bill Reimer
Presentation to the Department of Sociology - Lakehead University

Category: Social Capital
Title: Social Capital in Rural Canada
Date: 02/03/21, Thunder Bay, ON
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This presentation outlines the primary activities and framework of the New Rural Economy Project from which our interpretation of social capital has been developed. Social capital is discussed as it relates to the revitalization of rural communities: an asset or resource that these communities might use to achieve their objectives. Four types of social capital are identified as manifestations of social capacity: market, bureaucratic, associative, and communal.


Framing Canadian Rural Research: Lessons from the Field par Bill Reimer
Presentation to the Rural Research Forum

Category: What have we learned?
Title: Framing Canadian Rural Research: Lessons from the Field
Date: 02/03/18, Edmonton, AB
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This presentation identifies three requirements for a rural research agenda: a vision, a reality check, and a strategy. It then develops some of the primary insights of the New Rural Economy Project that might set a framework for such an agenda. These include the impact of commodity trade and related policies; the necessity for the reorganization of property rights; recognition of the multi-functional nature of rural Canada; the decline in local control; the strengths of local capacity; and some of the challenges faced by rural researchers. The presentation concludes with some strategic proposals for a rural research agenda.


Social Capital - A Rural Perspective par Bill Reimer
Presentation to the GSS Working Group - Statistics Canada

Category: Social Capital
Title: Social Capital - A Rural Perspective
Date: 02/01/23, Ottawa, ON
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This presentation outlines the framework and approach to social capital as it has been developed in the New Rural Economy Project. It begins with a discussion of the central role of revitalization and capacity for the NRE research agenda, then identifies how social capital is related to them through four types of social relations. Some implications for the measurement of social capital are included, along with details on the NRE activities and data.


The NRE Project: Building Capacity in Rural Canada par Bill Reimer

Category: Community Capacity
Title: The NRE Project: Building Capacity in Rural Canada
Date: October 27, 2001, Muenster, SK,
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This is a presentation outlining the NRE objectives, what we have done,
and what we have learned. It develops a framework for capacity that identifies four types of capacity, the relations between them, and their implications for local action.


The New Rural Economy: Implications for Rural Health par Bill Reimer

Category: Rural Health
Title: The NRE Project: Building Capacity in Rural Canada
Date: Ottawa, ON, February 21, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This is a presentation to the Round Table on Rural Home Care Research Needs. It outlines some of the things we have learned about rural health from our NRE research. The specific focus is on some of the things that are getting in the way of health revital ization. Several policy options are identified in conclusion.


Social capital in Rural Communities: The Intangible Factor in Local Development par Dr. Bruno JEAN, CRRF President - Université du Québec à Rimouski, Titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en développement rural


Using the Internet to Find Health Information: An Analysis of the 2001 NRE Household Survey par David Bruce, Director, Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University, Sackville NB


EXPLORING RURAL LINKAGES - Rural Canada: From Old to New Linkages par Ray D. Bollman, Statistics Canada


Leading and Lagging Sites in Rural Canada par Bill Reimer, The New Rural Economy Project


The New Rural Economy Summer 2001 Survey par Derek Wilkinson

Category: NRE Surveys
Title: The New Rural Economy Summer 2001 Survey
Date: June 15, 2001
Author/Presenter: Derek Wilkinson

Outline: The author explains the NRE project for a local audience in one of the NRE research sites. The project's philosophy, objectives, and methodology are discussed. The author outlines the major problems facing rural communities in terms of social cohesion, social capital, etc, and points to some of the concepts  that may help to resolve them. Increased development of human capital through education, skills development, internet/email training, and immigration figure among the recommendations.


Community Capitals par Jan Flora

Category: Social Capital
Title: Definitions of Social Capital
Date: April 30, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bruno Jean

Outline: The author discusses the relationship between human capital, social capital, natural capital and financial capital in the processes that lead communities to desired or non-desired outcomes.


Le capital social et le leadership dans les communautés rurales canadiennes par Bruno Jean, Université du Québec à Rimouski, Directeur du Doctorat en développement régional

Category: Social Capital
Title: Le capital social et le leadership dans les communautés rurales canadiennes
Date: April 29, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bruno Jean

Outline: Les théories du développement local récentes mettent l'accent sur des facteurs intangibles de développement comme l'existence d'un certain niveau de "capital social" (Flora & Flora) dans la communauté en quête de développement. On peut ainsi soutenir que la cohésion sociale dans les communautés rurales résulte, pour une bonne part, d'un niveau de capital social lequel permet aux "capacités sociales" de la communauté de se mettre en place et de là, assurer un certain niveau de cohésion sociale.

En se basant sur les données recueillis dans l'enquête dans les 20 sites du Projet NRE de l'été 2000, nous allons étudier comment les leaders locaux se représentent la situation de leur propre leadership dans leur communauté et comment ils évaluent le niveau de " capital social " dans ces mêmes communautés rurales. En prenant en compte le type de communauté, en déclin ou en croissance, nous montrerons que le modèle d'analyse du capital social de Flora & Flora semble bien s'appliquer dans le contexte canadien où le niveau de capital social varie aussi en fonction du dynamisme socio-économique des communautés rurales. Par ailleurs, nous verrons aussi que le vieillissement généralisé du leadership rural pose des questions inquiétantes sur les capacités des communautés rurales à aménager leur propre avenir.


A Plethora of Social Capitals par Derek Wilkinson

Category: Social Capital
Title: A Plethora of Social Capitals
Date: April 29, 2001
Author/Presenter: Derek Wilkinson

Outline: This presentation describes the concept of capital and social capital as seen by some important economists and sociologists over the development of the concept. The author argues that there are different meanings adopted by different disciplines. Some particular problems with specifying an exact meaning for the term are discussed. Finally the author discusses Jonathan Turner’s theory and how it resolves some of these issues.


The New Rural Economy Project: Revitalizing Rural Canada par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project/Revitalization
Title: The New Rural Economy Project: Revitalizing Rural Canada
Date: April 29, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This presentation proposes a book on the NRE. It provides a list of content, then outlines in more detail the rationale for the book (including a perspective on social capital, capacity, and cohesion) before moving to suggested chapter contents based on the ongoing research activities within the NRE project. It was presented at the NRE spring workshop in Sackville, April 29, 2001.


The NRE Household Survey par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project/Social Cohesion
Title: The NRE Household Survey
Date: April 29, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This presentation identifies the objectives of the NRE household survey and the general categories of information required to meet those objectives. It was presented at the NRE spring workshop in Sackville, April 29, 2001.


CRRF and the NRE Project: Progress and Potential par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project
Title: CRRF and the NRE Project: Progress and Potential
Date: April 28, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: This presentation outlines the objectives of the NRE project, then identifies some of the potential goals for the next year and beyond. The objectives and goals are discussed with respect to the four major objectives of the NRE: analysis of the rural economy, establishment of networks, development of policy recommendations, and building of infrastructure for rural research and education. It was presented at the NRE spring workshop in Sackville, April 28, 2001.


Home Care in Rural Canada par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project/Health
Title: Home Care in Rural Canada
Date: Mar. 7, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Outline: What is the NRE Project?
What are we planning for the household survey?
How does it relate to home care?
What can the NRE Project provide to Health Canada?
What can Health Canada provide to the NRE Project?
A proposal for partnership


The 3C's: Capital, Capacity, and Cohesion par Bill Reimert

Category: NRE Project/Revitalization
Title: The 3 C’s: Capital, Capacity, and Cohesion
Date: Feb. 18, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: This PowerPoint presentation discusses some of the major issues surrounding rural revitalization including Canada’s position in the matter, ways in which we can accomplish this outcome, and how the NRE is looking into the matter. The meaning and importance of capital, capacity, and cohesion are also discussed.


The Final Mile: Health Delivery in the NRE par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project/Health
Title: Completing the Final Mile to Health
Date: Jan. 19, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: This PowerPoint presentation discusses how the NRE and CRRF function and what some of the findings have been with regards to rural Canada thus far. With reference to these findings, some of the implications for Health Care are discussed and some policy options are offered.


Inclusion and Exclusion in the NRE par Bill Reimer

Category: Social Cohesion
Title: Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion in the New Rural Economy
Date: Feb. 5, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented at the Social Exclusion Seminar in Belfast, this PowerPoint presentation looks at the processes of inclusion and exclusion and how they relate to the NRE. In addition to a brief outline of the NRE project, policy implications for the processes of inclusion and exclusion are also put forth.


Inclusion and Exclusion in the NRE par Bill Reimer

Category: Social Cohesion
Title: Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion in the New Rural Economy
Date: Feb. 5, 2001
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented at the Social Exclusion Seminar in Belfast, this PowerPoint presentation looks at the processes of inclusion and exclusion and how they relate to the NRE. In addition to a brief outline of the NRE project, policy implications for the processes of inclusion and exclusion are also put forth.


Structure and Functions of Local Governments in Canada: Canada/Japan Project Seminar, Tokyo, 2001 par Bruno Jean

Category: Government
Title: Structure and Functions of Local Governments in Canada
Date: Jan 26-27 2001
Author/Presenter: Bruno Jean

Abstract: Presented at the Canadian-Japan Seminar in Tokyo, this PowerPoint presentation outlines local government in Canada. It discusses the issue from the perspective of its roles, how democracy is created, spending, financing, and economic development and local governmental involvement. A comparison of the local governments of Canada and Japan is offered


NRE Site Selection rationale / Processus de sélection des sites de la NÉR par Jennifer Perzow

Category: NRE Project
Title: Site Selection Rationale
Date: Oct. 2000
Author/Presenter: Jennifer Perzow

Abstract: This PowerPoint presentation outlines the five categories which were used to classify the rural CSD's (Census Sub-Divisions) within Canada. For each category, a list of factors which were used to determine a community's status are offered and explained; a breakdown of where the CSD's fall within that category are listed.


Leadership and Social Capital in Rural Communities,
par Bruno Jean

Category: Social Cohesion
Title: Leadership and Social Capital in Rural Communities
Date: Dec. 4-6 2000
Author/Presenter: Bruno Jean

Abstract: Presented to Hussar and Ferintosh in Alberta, this PowerPoint presentation outlines some of the characteristics of leaders in rural communities and how they are perceived. Social capital is also defined and discussed briefly; both topics are looked at in relation to a community's leading or lagging status.


Voluntary Organizations in the New Rural Economy: Options and Choices par Bill Reimer

Category: Social Cohesion
Title: Voluntary Organizations in the New Rural Economy: Options and Choices
Date: March 12, 2000
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: This PowerPoint presentation gives an overview of the volunteer sector within rural areas including its contributions, its history, and its challenges. Funding is one of the biggest issues faced by the volunteer sector, and this presentation offers some suggestions on how to better deal with these ongoing financial challenges.


The New Rural Economy, Options and Choices: Hussar, AB par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project
Title: The New Rural Economy: Options and Choices B Hussar
Date: Dec. 4-6 2000
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented in Hussar, this PowerPoint takes a comprehensive look at the community of Hussar with respect to their economy and demographics. In order to give the community not only an overview of their own town but also an understanding of how they compared with others, the presentation included information about Ferintosh (a nearby rural community), Alberta, and other small and large communities.


The New Rural Economy, Options and Choices: Ferintosh, AB par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project
Title: The New Rural Economy: Options and Choices B Ferintosh
Date: Dec. 4-6 2000
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented in Ferintosh, this PowerPoint takes a comprehensive look at the community of Ferintosh with respect to their economy and demographics. In order to give the community not only an overview of their own town but also an understanding of how they compared with others, the presentation included information about Hussar (a neighbouring rural community), Alberta, and other small and large communities.


The Roles of Local Governments for Revitalization of Rural Areas in Canada par Bruno Jean

Category: Government/Partnerships
Title: The Roles of Local Governments for Revitalization of Rural Areas in Canada
Date: October, 2000
Author/Presenter: Bruno Jean

Abstract: Presented at the Fall Conference on National Rural Policy in Alfred. Earlier version of  Structure and Functions of Local Governments in Canada: Canada/Japan Project Seminar, Tokyo, 2001.


Statistics Canada: Comparison of the Opinions of Rural and Urban Canadians, a Survey Concerning Governmental Communications, 1999

Statistique Canada : Comparaison des opinions des Canadiens ruraux avec celles des Canadiens urbains, un sondage concernant les communications gouvernementales, 1999

Category: Miscellaneous
Title: Statistics Canada: Comparison of the Opinions of Rural and Urban Canadians (Survey Concerning Governmental Communications 1999)
Date:
Author/Presenter:

Abstract: This PowerPoint offers a bilingual look at rural and urban Canada's impressions of the federal government based on a 1999 survey concerning government communications put out by Statistics Canada. Both rural and urban communities felt virtually the same in all areas of the survey including perceived issues of importance, their perceptions of the government, and their feelings about the future of the country and their community.


THE NEW RURAL ECONOMY IN CANADA par Bill Reimer & Peter Apedaile, Presented by Bill Reimer at the NRE Spring Workshop in Nanaimo, BC, May 2000

Category: Economics
Title: The New Rural Economy in Canada
Date: May 2000
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer and Peter Apedaile/ Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented at the Spring Workshop in Nanaimo, BC, this PowerPoint gives a brief description of the New Rural Economy and some of its influencing factors. It also offers a breakdown of the 3 rural Canada's, the effects and consequences of each type of economic structure, and how to deal with these issues. Emerging policies and Canada's economy as a whole are also topics which have been discussed here.


GETTING OUT OF THE RESOURCE BUSINESS! -- Agriculture Summit, 7 December 1999 par L. Peter Apedaile

Category: Economics
Title: Getting Out of the Resources Business
Date: December 7, 2000
Author/Presenter: Peter Apedaile

Abstract: Presented at the Agriculture Summit, this PowerPoint takes an in depth look at the New Rural Economy. A description of the present situation facing rural Canada's economies is offered as well as a discussion of the potential problems and future solutions.


Back to the (Rural) Future: Evolution of Rural Development Policy in Canada par Bruno Jean, Président, CRRF/FCRR

Category: Government Policy
Title: Back to the (Rural) Future: Evolution of Rural Development Policy in Canada
Date: December 9, 1999
Author/Presenter: Bruno Jean

Abstract: Presented at Tsukuba University in Japan. An analysis of the development of rural policy-making in Canada. Its shortcomings and mitigated successes are discussed. The Community Futures Program is explained.


A Social and Economic History of Rural Canada par Bill Reimer

Category: Miscellaneous
Title: A Social and Economic History of Rural Canada
Date:
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: This PowerPoint presentation gives a comprehensive overview of rural Canada's various natural-resource and manufacturing economies. The State's involvement in industry as well as consequences and strategies for rural Canada are discussed.


Rural Canada and the WTO par Bill Reimer (with Peter Apedaile)

Category: Economics
Title: Rural Canada and the WTO
Date:
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer and Peter Apedaile

Abstract: This PowerPoint presentation takes an in depth look at the trade issues facing Canada today. Pointing out some of the most pressing areas of our trade agreement with the United States, it highlights some of the difficulties we face with respect to trade. Policy is also discussed.


Building Community Capacity in the New Rural Economy par Bill Reimer, for the Natural Resources Canada Community Capacity-Building Workshop in Ottawa on November 2nd, 1999

Category: Capacity
Title: Building Community Capacity in the New Rural Economy
Date: November 2, 1999
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented at the Natural Resources Community Capacity Building Workshop in Ottawa, this PowerPoint defines capacity and explains the NRE's role in helping communites build capacity. As researchers we see it, four types of community relations interact to create capacity; the more these relations are identified and used, the better capacity is established.


La Fondation canadienne pour la revitalisation rurale par Bruno Jean, pour l'Université rurale, Automne 1999

Category: FCRR/NÉR
Title: La Fondation canadienne pour la revitalisation rurale
Date: le 26 mai, 1999
Auteur: Bruno Jean

Abstract: Bruno Jean, le président de la FCRR, explique l'importance de la FCRR pour aider et améliorer des communautés rurales canadienne. Sous la FCRR, la NÉR joue un autre rôle: rechercher comment les 32 communautés ou sites fonctionnent aujourd'hui et qu'est-ce qu'ils ont besoin pour rester viable. M. Jean propose des questions étudiées et explique le concept des 'capacités' d'une communauté rurale.


The New Rural Economy: Options and Choices par Bill Reimer

Category: Social Cohesion/Partnerships
Title: The New Rural Economy: Options and Choices
Date: September 10, 1999
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented to Health Canada, this PowerPoint looks at social cohesion as it relates to health. Partnerships are fundamental to the NRE project's success, which in turn benefits rural Canadians. This presentation explains the importance of partnering with Health Canada and points out what both groups can offer in such a partnership.


The NRE and the CRRF par Bill Reimer

Category: NRE Project
Title: The NRE and the CRRF
Date: 1999
Author/Presenter: Bill Reimer

Abstract: Presented at the NRE spring workshop in Newtown, NL, this PowerPoint briefly outlines the purpose and objectives of CRRF, our parent organization, and the NRE. The NRE's multidimensional approach to studying rural Canada is explained here as well as findings and definitions of the three rural Canadas discovered by researchers.