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The creative economy: Rural policy implications (The Monieson Centre)

Presenters: Ann-Marie Kelleher Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
Professor Jennifer Massey Queen's University

The Monieson Centre facilitates research on the knowledge economy. The winter 2010 seminars focus on economic transformation, as businesses rely less on physical labour and routinized tasks, and compete increasingly using talent and technology. The series focuses on Ontario in the Creative Age, exploring how rural businesses and communities need not get left behind. A 15 minute meet and greet will be held prior to each seminar, along with a light lunch.

The creative economy in Ontario: A Prince Edward County case example (The Monieson Centre)

Presenters: Dan Taylor, Prince Edward County Economic Development
Dr. Greg Spencer, Munk Centre

The Monieson Centre facilitates research on the knowledge economy.  The winter 2010 seminars focus on economic transformation, as businesses rely less on physical labour and routinized tasks, and compete increasingly using talent and technology. The series focuses on Ontario in the Creative Age, exploring how rural businesses and communities need not get left behind.  A 15 minute meet and greet will be held prior to each seminar, along with a light lunch.

The rural creative economy: Issues and challenges (The Monieson Centre)

Presenter: Dr. Kevin Stolarick, Martin Prosperity Institute

The Monieson Centre facilitates research on the knowledge economy.  The winter 2010 seminars focus on economic transformation, as businesses rely less on physical labour and routinized tasks, and compete increasingly using talent and technology. The series focuses on Ontario in the Creative Age, exploring how rural businesses and communities need not get left behind.  A 15 minute meet and greet will be held prior to each seminar, along with a light lunch.

The creative economy: Fact and fiction (The Monieson Centre)

Presenter: Dr. Betsy Donald, Queen's University

The Monieson Centre facilitates research on the knowledge economy. The winter 2010 seminars focus on economic transformation, as businesses rely less on physical labour and routinized tasks, and compete increasingly using talent and technology. The series focuses on Ontario in the Creative Age, exploring how rural businesses and communities need not get left behind.  A 15 minute meet and greet will be held prior to each seminar, along with a light lunch.

Bilingual Program Officer, Women's Rights

Are you a women’s rights advocate looking for your next challenge and interested in working in a dynamic international development environment?

Canadian Crossroads International is currently seeking an innovative and engaged individual with women’s rights programming experience to join our team as Program Officer, Women’s Rights.

Compensation: 
$42,637 - $51,164
Deadline: 
7 Dec 2009
Region: 

Resource Development Officer

Are you a fundraiser looking for your next challenge and interested in working in a dynamic international development environment?

Canadian Crossroads International is currently seeking an entrepreneurial and energetic individual with fundraising experience to join our team as Resource Development Officer.

Compensation: 
$42,215 - $50,658
Deadline: 
7 Dec 2009
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