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NRE2 Annual Spring Workshop (27 April to 3 May 2004)
Prince George, British Columbia

Slide show from the Workshop

Final Agenda, April 13, 2004

PowerPoint Presentations from the Workshop:

NRE2 Data
Angela Briscoe and Bill Reimer

Mesure du capital social et de la gouvernance locale comme facteurs intangibles de la revitalisation - dévitalisation des communautés rurales canadiennes. (cas des sites NRE)
Augustin Ependa
S.d. Bruno Jean
Paleontology, partnerships & Dino Camps
Northern Lights College
Community Forests: Backgrounder for the Select Committee on Wood Supply
Dr. Tom Beckley
University of New Brunswick
An Assessment of the Practices and Outcomes of Community Forestry in the Canadian Context
Sara Teitelbaum, Tom Beckley, Solange Nadeau
Differences in urban and rural environmental values and behaviour
Emily Huddart, Tom Beckley, Solange Nadeau, Bonnie McFarlane
CAPacity: The Role of Community Access Centres in Building Capacity in Rural Areas
Evan Dickinson
Rural and Small Town Programme
Mount Allison University
Federation of Canadian Municipalities presentation
Ferintosh, Alberta
Prepared by Diane Martz, Director, Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment, Muenster, SK with the assistance of Rebeka Kennedy-Pruehs and Ingrid Brueckner, Research Assistants
La gouvernance à Cap-à-l'Aigle : quelques résultats préliminaires d'une étude sur le terrain
Sophie Anne Morin, UQAR
Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Canada
Greg Halseth and Laura Ryser
University of Northern B.C.
Innovative Services and Voluntary Organizations
Laura Ryser and Greg Halseth
Rural and Small Town Studies
University of Northern British Columbia
Communication Issues for Volunteer Groups in Rural Canada
Lindsay Lyghtle
Rural and Small Town Programme
Mount Allison University
Natural Capital: Working Towards Local-Level Indicators for the NRE2
Sharmalene Mendis, Ingrid Brueckner,
and Diane Martz
Centre for Rural Studies and Enrichment
St. Peter’s College, Muenster, SK
Renewing the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC): Consultation at UNBC and Northern B.C.
Jim Randall & Suzanne LeBlanc
University of Northern British Columbia
The Changing Nature of Traditional Media in the New Rural Economy
Doug Ramsey, Anna Woodrow, Lori Gould, Angela Briscoe
Rural/Urban Relations: Building Alliances
Bill Reimer – with a lot of help from my friends