RPLC-CRRF ALLIANCE – NETWORK

LEAD – Valencia Gaspard, Gaspardv@uoguelph.ca
CO-LEAD – Angela Pollak, Pollak@ualberta.ca
CO-LEAD – Sarah-Patricia Breen, Sbreen@selkirk.ca


WEBINARS

Recordings of all of our webinars can be found on the RPLC YouTube channel.  Visit the site to see all of the rural related webinars or check out some of the presentations from the 2017 CRRF Conference: Different by Design, Nelson, BC.

  • 2017.09.22 – 2017 CRRF- Présentation de la Conférence FCRR 2017: Christopher Horsetief. Video
  • 2017.09.22 – 2017 CRRF- Keynote Speaker: Christopher Horsethief – Reconciliation in the Age of Reconciliation. Video
  • 2017.09.22 – 2017 CRRF- Exploring Rural Precarious Employment: The Case of Ontario, Valencia Gaspard, Ray Bollman. Video
  • 2017.09.22 – 2017 CRRF- Dependency at a Distance: Implications of Workforce Mobility for Community Resilience- PART 2, Kelly Vodden, Heather Hall, Leanna Butters, Doug Lionais. Video
  • 2017.09.22 – 2017 CRRF- Dependency at a Distance: Implications of Workforce Mobility for Community Resilience- PART 1, Heather Hall, Kelly Vodden, Sean Markey, Sarah Dorow. Video
  • 2017.09.21 – 2017 CRRF- Why Community-Based Poverty Reduction Makes Good Sense, Nadine Raynolds, Jan Morton, Anna Purcell, Kerri Wall, Jill Zacharias. Video
  • 2017.09.21 – 2017 CRRF- Working Together to Build a Regional Innovation Ecosystem in Non-Metropolitan Areas: BC Insights, Terri MacDonald, Rhys Andrews, Erin Handy, Jennifer Tedman-Jones, Amber Hayes, John Freshie. Video
  • 2017.09.21 – 2017 CRRF- Rural Workforce Development, Adena Brons. Video
  • 2017.09.21 – 2017 CRRF- Présentation de la Conférence FCRR 2017: Bryan Fry, Bryan Fry. Video
  • 2017.09.21 – 2017 CRRF- Keynote Speaker: Bryan Fry – Canada’s Fourth Industrial Revolution. Video
  • 2017.09.21 – 2017 CRRF- Opening Keynote Panel: Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Economic Development, Heather Hall, Tjaart Van Den Berg, Terry Van Horn. Video

RURAL ROUTES PODCASTS: related to RPLC-CRRF Alliance Network

Rural Routes is a Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development and Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation initiative. This show is supported through a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Connection grant.

For more episodes on a variety of rural issues, please visit: http://ruralroutespodcasts.com