The NLREDA mandate is to represent the 19 Regional Economic Development Boards of the province on issues of common concern. As well, the association was formed to promote and strengthen relationships, communications, human resources and organizational dev ¬ READ MORE

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Municipal Economic Development

Project Management

Municipal Project Charter 2011 

Municipal Project Progress Report 2011 

Municipal Project Team Skills Matrix 2011 

Municipal Schedule Crash Example 2011 

Municipal Schedule Development Excercise 2011 

Municipal Scope Definition Exercise 2011 

Project Management PMA (Basic) 

 

Municipal Source Books

Municipal Source Book 2011 

 

Industry Closure Crisis Response

Team Building

3 Phases of Transition

Characteristics single industry

Communicating with Community

Develop a communications plan

Economic Crisis Response program

How to Write a Proposal

Leadership

Patterns of Decline

Strategic planning

From Capacity to Action Developing Tools for Transition

 

Municipal Orientation

Municipal Orientation


Municipal Role in Regional Economic Development Boards

 Municipal Symposium May 2010 - NLREDA Presentation

 

Taxation & Municipal Economic Development
A Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador Community Development Project

 

Land Use Planning & Municipal Economic Development

A Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador Community Development Project

 

Economic Development: Small Towns & Big Industries

A Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador Community Development Project

Public Infrastructure & Municipal Economic Development

A Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador Community Development Project
 

Municipalities & Regional Economic Development

A Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador Community Development Project

Municipal Engagement in Community Economic Development 

Municipal Role in Economic Development 


 

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