Rural

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Stewart Perry recommends a book by Sean Zielenbach for its sensible selection and interpretation of measures of community-based success, and of the factors upon which success will hinge.
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You're right - there is no Treherne in Nova Scotia. Or is there? Small towns, whatever their location, share many of the same dilemmas, issues, and qualities. In some cases, reflects Silver Donald...
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'Entrepreneurial Communities' starts from the assumption that every community can benefit from economic development which is expressly by and for local people. This book first introduces the...
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This is a catalogue of over 60 specific methods that communities have used to enhance their economic and social well-being, as well as people and publications to tap for further guidance. It provides...
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Discovering what exactly residents spend and where can help a CEDO reshape local consumption patterns for the economic benefit of the entire community. (One of over 60 entries in the compendium Tools...
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The job placement service is an intermediary between job seekers and employers. On the one hand, it markets people trained with skills known to be in high demand locally. On the other, it tracks the...
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Amidst the social chaos brought on by its neighbours civil warfare, Senegal takes an integrated, multi-functional approach to economic development in its rural areas.
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The experience of Revelstoke, B.C., demonstrates the components, principles, and impact of a CED strategy on a rural community endangered by the decay of its traditional economic base.
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In a time of federal leadership contests, there's nothing like a dose of the real thing. A profile of a hero of rural revitalization.
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Old development habits die hard. Here's a 3-step process to help them on their way. Michelle Colussi describes how residents of Port Alberni, B.C., the quintessential corporate milltown, have come to...