Join us for an interactive one-day economic development workshop. Two separate dates!
Regional Economic Development Models and Implications
for the Basin-Boundary Region
This interactive one-day workshop on June 16th for Elected Officials & June 20th for Economic Development Practitioners, co-facilitated by the University of Guelph’s Libro Professor of Regional Economic Development and Selkirk College’s Regional Innovation Chair in Rural Economic Development, will explore regional economic development models and best practice approaches in the context of the new rural paradigm, place-based development, and cluster-focused development. Attendees will learn about models from across Canada and beyond and will then engage in facilitated discussions on how best practice approaches can be applied in the Basin-Boundary region. Please register by June 14 for this FREE event.
Learn about the event planned for Economic Development Practitioners.
For Elected Officials
Date: June 16 at 166 Hughes Road, Castlegar B.C.
Time: 8:30am - 4:00pm
Step 1: Register online for this workshop (*Remember to return to complete Step 2.)
Registration for this event is facilitated through Selkirk College Continuing Education. Because you are registering for this learning opportunity at Selkirk College you are considered a student and will need to have a student number and PIN. If you do not have a student number, cannot remember your student number or your PIN, please contact our enrolment officer to request one. Keep your number on file for all future learning opportunities at Selkirk College.
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