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Our Partners and Collaborators

Creating Rural Connections

Through Collaboration

Our Partners

Association for Life-Wide Living of Alberta 

Ministry of Human Services, Alberta

Glenwood and District Economic Development Society


Vulcan Regional Food Bank Society

Town of Cochrane

Town of Drayton Valley

Leduc County FCSS

Fort Macleod FCSS

Mountain Rose Women’s Shelter Assoc.

St. Albert Food Bank And Community Village

Foothills Centre

Cochrane Society for Housing Options

City of Chestermere

Fort McKay Metis Community Association

High Level Native Friendship Centre

Young Women’s Christian Association of Banff

Lornes Blanket

OUR HS Rural Wildfire relief GROUPS

Cold Lake Native Friendship Centre

Lakeland Out of the Elements Shelter

The Canadian Rural Research Network (CRRN) is a means to support information sharing and networking among stakeholders with an interest in rural research.

ARDN welcomes discussion of partnership with other organizations. Contact Dee Ann Benard, Executive Director : 780-915-1751 / exec.dir@ardn.ca.



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Alberta releases short-term employment forecast
Alberta has released a short-term employment forecast, covering job prospects for the years 2014–2016. The report identifies 31 professions that the province expects to be...

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AAMDC 2014 Scholarship Program
The AAMDC Scholarship Program is designed to encourage young rural Albertans to pursue further education, and thereby enhance the ability of these young people to make...

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