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This poster, created by Vincent Chireh, was featured at the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Conference (September 2017) in Nelson, BC.

Over the past decade, rural water supply systems in Canada have been engrossed with challenges such as limited and aging/failing infrastructure,...Read more

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2017-11-22

This poster, created by Ayotunde Omosule, was featured at the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Conference (September 2017) in Nelson, BC.

Objectives:

● To understand the nature of water insecurity experienced by Indigenous communities across Canada.

●To understand...Read more

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2017-11-22

This poster was featured at the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Conference (September 2017) in Nelson, BC.

The purpose of this research is to explore whether farmers in Haldimand County are developing succession plans and what resources are available to assist them. More...Read more

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2017-11-22

 

This presentation uses Kitimat, BC, as a case study exploring how restructuring of rural governance has taken place and lessons/considerations that can be taken from this example.

This was presented by Laura Ryser on September 21st, 2017, at the Canadian Rural Revitalization...Read more

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2017-11-22

Food insecurity is threatening lives in in both developing and developed countries alike. This has grown to become an important issue in development discourse, especially in rural areas. The search for an appropriate solution to food insecurity continuous, with continuous change in focus and...Read more

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2017-11-22

Hybrid knowledges in rural transition. Georgian wine in the post-socialist landscape.

Includes:

  • Introduction of the region
  • Conceptual framework
  • Rural development & agriculture in transition
  • Agricultural knowledge systems in Soviet and post-Soviet
  • ...Read more

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2017-11-22

Green Infrastructure is a form of land use planning based on a foundation integrating natural elements (both real/artificial) into linked environmental networks; these networks in turn provide multi-functional benefits to both human and natural environment communities.

This presentation...Read more

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2017-11-22

This Research Brief, prepared to support the demographics plenary session at the 2017 Columbia Basin Symposium, provides up-to-date analysis of key demographic indicators for Columbia Basin and Boundary communities. Read more

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2017-10-31

The overarching goal of the Regional Workforce Development in Rural BC project1 , funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada’s (SSHRC) Community and College Social Innovation Fund, is to collectively assess comparative workforce development strategies in ways that...Read more

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2017-10-18

The Canadian mining industry is a pillar of the Canadian economy, employing nearly 373,000 workers in exploration and development, mining and quarrying, support services, and mineral processing. British Columbia (BC) is internationally recognized as a centre of expertise in mining, metallurgy,...Read more

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2017-10-12

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