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Recognizing the new economic realities facing them, a growing number of municipalities across Canada are turning to municipal cultural planning as a powerful tool to support economic development and community building. In this video, Dr. Greg Baeker talks about his new book on the subject - Rediscovering the Wealth of Places - and how it can help municipalities of all sizes and circumstances, from large urban centres to mid-size cities to rural areas and small towns.
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Michael Fox has been working in the field of post-secondary teaching, research, and administration for over 30 years, with various positions as Dean of Students at Bishop’s University in Lennoxville, Quebec; Vice-President Student Affairs at the University of Winnipeg; and Vice-President (Academic and Research) at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick. He has an undergraduate degree and Master’s degree in housing and urban development from Western University and an education degree and PhD. in geography from McGill University. His teaching and research have focused on campus-community relations, community planning, and municipal affairs, including a wide range of consultation work on municipal strategic planning processes, town and gown relations committee work, housing issues, and small town economic development and sustainability projects. Michael is an active member of the International Town & Gown Association and the Town and Gown Association of Ontario.
Run & Win - Second Edition (Brian H. Clarke) Item 0020
Have you ever wanted to run for elected office? Do you have a burning desire to serve your community? A vision of what you want your community to be? Do you feel left out of the process? Don’t let the next municipal election pass you by!
This book is written specifically to prepare you to “Run and Win” a successful election campaign. You'll discover how to easily recruit volunteers, work effectively with the media, learn the issues, develop your own positions, and a host of other vital topics. Each chapter covers one issue, so it is easy to find valuable advice when you need it. You will learn what every candidate needs to know about municipal elections. You will find out about the kinds of positions available, the responsibilities for those positions, how to build your political profile, why you would be a terrific candidate, and how to prepare for your successful run, starting now! This revised edition also covers the basics for using online resources and social media as powerful tools in your campaign arsenal.
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Municipal Election Law 2014 (Ontario Legislation) Item 1278
All amendments up currency date have been incorporated in this easy-to-use, spiral bound codified edition of the Act. Election calendar (separate chapter) provides important 2014/2015 deadlines from the Ontario Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and other related statutes and regulations. Contents classified by subject in alphabetical order. Appendices and Index.
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