CRC 2014

Creating Rural Connections

Through Collaboration

 Three locations. Three themes. three days.

 Creating Rural Connections is Back with a Twist!

Approximatley 300 participants joined ARDN to explore issues around vulnerable populations, workforce development, and municipal sustainability in rural Alberta. Together, we will discover possible solutions!

In partnership with our 21 member post-secondary institutions, ARDN hosted the Creating Rural Connections 2014 Event Series. The events focused on issues important and relevant to Albertans and provided opportunities for attendees to learn, network, share expertise, and partner on innovative initiatives that contribute to the quality of life in rural Alberta!

Vulnerable Populations
Alberta College of Art and Design (Calgary)
April 25, 2014

Workforce Development
Grande Prairie Regional College (Grande Prairie)
May 9, 2014

Municipal Sustainability
MacEwan University (Edmonton)
May 26, 2014

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