ARDN Initiatives

Creating Rural Connections

Through Collaboration

Our initiatives

ARDN-led projects that have had the greatest community impact to date are those that are built around a community needs. This “customer-focused” approach links the appropriate parties together and applies research results to rural issues resulting in community-based actions and solutions.

Moving forward, ARDN will strengthen its focus as a provincial connector by increasing its efforts to attract more communities that can benefit from our projects. The focus will also be to attract more members and stakeholders to work together and benefit from our collective efforts. This narrows ARDN’s focus to options to create strategic choices that will lead to stronger rural communities in Alberta.



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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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Rural homelessness
Homelessness is a hidden issue in Alberta’s rural communities; the provincial government’s ten year strategy to end homelessness focuses on the seven major urban centres,...

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NLC receives funding for mobile trades training
Northern Lakes College has been given $3.05 million in funding from Alberta’s Ministry of Innovation and Advanced Education for Mobile Trades Training facilities....

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Accepting Applications: Community Capacity Building Initiative
The Becoming a Community Builder initiative is accepting applications for the Fall of 2014.  16 regions across Alberta and over 3000 people have...

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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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