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Local Governance, Creativity and Regional Development in Newfoundland and Labrador

Bay Bulls, Celtic Rendezvous, Local Governance, Creativity and Regional Development in Newfoundland and Labrador

Background Materials

"21st Century Cities: The Geography of Innovation," by David A. Wolfe. Conference Board of Canada, 2009.


"The Organization and Dynamics of Clustering and Innovation in the Ocean Technology Sector in Newfoundland and Labrador and the St. John's City-Region," by Josh Lepawsky. Harris Centre, 2009.


"Metropolis on the margins: talent attraction and retention to the St. John's city-region," by Josh Lepawsky, Chrystal Phan, Rob Greenwood. Canadian Geographer, May 2010.


"The Social Dynamics of Economic Performance: Innovation and Creativity in City-Regions." Report on February conference exploring preliminary findings in St.John's, Corner Brook and Labrador West by Heather M. Hall.


"St. John's impresses in Maclean's magazine's ranking of Canada's smartest cities." by Nancy MacDonald, May 20 2010.


"St. John's City Region: Overview paper on Themes I, II, & III," by Rob Greenwood and Seamus Heffernan. Harris Centre, 2009.


"Rural-Urban Interaction in Newfoundland and Labrador: Understanding and Managing Functional Regions": a project by Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador.


Innovations Systems Research Network (ISRN): Main page.


Celtic Rendezvous: Event Programme.


Labour Market Development in Newfoundland and Labrador: Regional Challenges and Active Solutions. By Ekaterina Lysenko and Kelly Vodden, June 2010, Memorial University.


Themes I, II and III presenations for St. John's, courtesy Ann Marie Vaughan, Josh Lepawsky and Rob Greenwood.
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