Attracting and retaining people to rural Alberta

  Type : Handbook

Rural communities interested in attracting Immigrants
Local Immigration Partnerships Handbook
Handbook Canada
The handbook is intended to assist communities and Citizenship and Immigration Canada Settlement Staff in establishing Local Immigration Partnerships (LIPs) as a means of planning and coordination at the local level with municipal, provincial/territorial and federal involvement. The handbook can be helpful for communities to establish or enhance partnerships and participation of multiple stakeholders in planning, and coordinating the delivery of integration services.
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Rural communities interested in attracting Professionals
Local Government Resource Handbook-Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations
Handbook Canada
The Local Government Resource Handbook provides guidance and assistance to municipalities on topics relating to municipal finance, administration, planning and development, human resources and strategic management. In addition, this handbook includes a review of the Municipal Relations Division, describing the services provided and contact numbers as well as a list of the programs for municipalities from both the provincial and federal levels of government. The handbook can be used as a guide for planning, administration and strategic management of municipal government.
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Rural communities interested in attracting Teaching Staff
Ahead of the Class: A Handbook for Preparing New Teachers from New Sources
Handbook Other
This how-to handbook for educators aims to expand and diversify the pool of teachers for remote and rural schools. It guides school districts and universities in cooperating to find, train and place non-traditional educators, classroom aides and returning Peace Corps volunteers.
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