This workshop will provide an opportunity to share your work, challenges and ideas with municipal representatives; non-profit groups; small businesses; government agencies; community volunteers; and Memorial University faculty, students and staff.
The following themes have been developed with a local planning committee, and discussions could possibly surround:
This full-day workshop will also include a lunchtime Memorial Presents Public Forum on the future of regional development in the province. Further information will be coming up on this page soon.
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The registration deadline is November 23rd
Registration is free and breakfast and lunch are provided by the Harris Centre.
For people in the region, a limited amount of travel subsidies are available for those who would not otherwise have their costs covered. Please get in touch for more information and to see if you are eligible.
For Memorial faculty, students and staff, transportation by bus will be provided by the Harris Centre. Faculty and staff are responsible for their own accommodations. There is some support for graduate students, so get in touch to learn more.
Please contact Amy Tucker at email@example.com or 864-6115 if you have any questions about the event.
Organized in partnership with: Burin Peninsula Chamber of Commerce; Community Sector Council Burin Peninsula Voluntary Clusters Project; Department of Advanced Education and Skills; Department of Innovation, Business and Rural Development; Grand Bank Development Corporation; Rural Secretariat; Schooner Regional Development Corporation; and The Harris Centre