Papers & presentationsDavid Bradley, an archivist with the Maritime History Archive, gave a presentation at the All Shapes and Sizes: Heritage in Your Community conference held in Lunenburg, N.S., March 5-6. His presentation was titled Melding Heritage Conservation and Economic Revitalization Goals in a Newfoundland Fishing Town: The Experience of the Bonavista Historic Townscape Foundation. The presentation showcased a creative take on using and preserving heritage assets with the Bonavista Townscape Project.
Dr. Tom Cooper, assistant professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, presented two papers at the Aboriginal Policy Research Conference, March 9-12 in Ottawa. He presented the preliminary findings of a study of the critical success factors in the First Nation fishery in Atlantic Canada, which was co-authored by Gerald Hare, University of New Brunswick; Terry Hickey, Planning Resources Inc.; Leon Sock, Elispogtog First Nation and the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs. A second paper presented at the conference, Risks and Opportunities for Aboriginal Financial Services Organizations, was a collaboration with the Ulnooweg Development Group.