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Single-industry communities

Single-industry communities

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Published by Regional Economic Expansion in Ottawa .
Written in English

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  • Single-industry communities

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    LC ClassificationsHC 115 A55C25 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p.
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22044002M

    "Like every single industry, retirement communities will have to spend more," Coughlin said. "The question is will the consumer be willing to absorb the increase in cost or will it come out of. Boom Town Blues: Collapse and Revival in a Single-Industry Community tells the reader about the results of these studies and gives a variety of community-based perspectives on the Elliot Lake story. The book highlights the struggles and successes of families and of the community as a whole.4/5(1).

      I love books that work on several layers. As a middle-grade boy-book, A BIRD ON WATER STREET entertains as Jack navigates the world of bullies, school and early crushes in the 70s. But it's also a fascinating look at the costs--to families and communities--of mining to the point of environmental devastation/5(62). Cities, regions, even small towns, cannot afford to become overly dependent upon a single firm — or even a single industry sector – for their sustained economic stability. A diverse industry base for a city or region is understood to mean that it can withstand the periodic growth Author: Gerald L. Gordon.

    The Big List of Small Business Associations U.S. Small Business Administration. Technically a government entity, the SBA does offer resources ranging from loans to contracting guidance. The local SBA offices also offer community groups that you can join to get even more tailored assistance. This book is more chunky because it is an expanded version of the original. It has five parts. Part I- Competition & Strategy: Core Concepts: This part lays out the core concepts of competitive strategy for companies first at the single industry level and then for diversified companies.


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Former title: Single-industry communities. Description: ix, 82 pages: illustrations, maps (1 folded color in pocket) ; 26 cm. Series Title: Occasional papers - Dept. of Regional Economic Expansion. Other Titles: Single-industry communities.

Canada's single industry communities, a proud determination to survive Responsibility: presented to the Minister of Employment and Immigration by the Canada Employment and. : Minetown, Milltown, Railtown: Life in Canadian Communities of Single Industry (Wynford Books) (): Rex Lucas, Lorne Tepperman: Books5/5(1).

Canada's single-industry communities: a proud determination to survive: a report presented to the Minister of Employment and Immigration. [Canada Employment and Immigration Advisory Council.] -- Report presented to the Minister of Employment and Immigration which is divided into two major sections: part one examines the current circumstances of these communities and outlines the.

Single industry communities across Canada, such as those dependent on forestry, fishing, agriculture, mining, oil and gas, are facing difficult times and unprecedented challenges as their main employers close or downsize their operations due to a variety of reasons.

Single industry communities have been. Resource-Based Communities. Cite this entry as: () Single-Industry Communities. In: Michalos A.C. (eds) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research.

Summary This chapter contains section titled: Industrialization and Industry‐Resource Towns Fordism and Resource Development Resource Towns and Flexibility Conclusion Acknowledgment BibliographyCited by:   Minetown, Milltown, Railtown: Life in Canadian Communities of Single Industry. By Rex A.

Lucas. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, Pp. xiii + $ paper. - Volume 47 Issue 2 - Author: Robert Cuff. The original project was launched in January to gain a better understanding of the impacts of industry closure on small, single-industry communities and to obtain insights on the context, circumstances and actions influencing community transition in the aftermath of a closure event.

This interdisciplinary volume explores the role of culture in single-industry communities facing the loss of their major industry. In a series of innovative case studies extending from New Zealand and Slovenia to the contemporary Nordic and Baltic States, the contributors address a wide range of topical : Simo Hayrynen, Risto Turunen, Jopi Nyman.

Minetown, Milltown, Railtown: Life in Canadian Communities of Single Industry is a Wynford Book-one of a series of titles representing significant milestones in Canadian literature, thought, and scholarship.

New introductions place each book in a modern context and show its continuing by: Resource-based communities often depend on a single industry such as forestry, mining, petroleum extraction, or fishing.

Closely tied to resource activities, they have unique social and economic characteristics, partly due to their small size, geographical isolation, and. Summary: This interdisciplinary volume explores the role of culture in single-industry communities facing the loss of their major industry.

In a series of innovative case studies extending from New Zealand and Slovenia to the contemporary Nordic and Baltic States, the contributors address a wide range of topical issues.

: Boom Town Blues: Elliot Lake: Collapse and Revival in a Single-Industry Community (): Mawhiney, Anne-Marie, Pitblado, Jane: Books Skip to main content Try Prime. Focusing on a single industry is like it sounds--it's when a company focuses its resources on one business. When a new business emerges, this is the strategy most companies use.

Chapters in this book argue that community development foundations for resilient rural and small town communities and regions must be co-constructed and co-delivered in partnership by both local and senior government actors, in terms of both policy and committed resources.

including single-industry and resource dependent rural or small town. Minetown is a compelling portrait not just of Canada's past, but of its present and future, wn, Milltown, Railtown: Life in Canadian Communities of Single Industry is a Wynford Book -- one of a series of titles representing significant milestones in Canadian literature, thought, and scholarship.4/5.

When single industry communities lose their anchor business, there is a kaleidoscope of reactions from other businesses, residents, and local government officials. Once the decision, finger-pointing, anger, and other immediate responses subside, inevitably, a laundry list of programs, project, and potential ideas is formulated.

In transport terms, Barrow-in-Furness is the end of the line. Isolated on the north-west coast of England, it has suffered hugely from its dependence on a Author: Hilary Wainwright.

In many ways, Peoria, IL is a typical Midwestern town. It’s full of parking lots and big box stores, and marked by poverty, but it also has beautiful buildings, passionate residents and an intriguing history which gives us clues to its present day predicament. If we pay attention to that history, we can learn something about the mistakes we're still making today and have the chance to right Author: Rachel Quednau.

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