As we prepare for #SKEconSummit2023, SEDA is hosting a series of five rural economic development webinars. We have carefully selected a line up of leaders and industry representatives to discuss rural development best practices. From rural renewal via the arts to immigration and housing, join us June through September for these series of FREE WEBINARS as we get ready for “Building a Solutions Focused Economy”, October 11-12 in Saskatoon.
Rural Economic Development: The Alberta Way June 15
In the first webinar in the SEDA Road to Summit 2023 webinar series, economic development practitioners Josh Welz (from Okotoks, AB) and Bert Roach (from Woodlands County, AB) will share the keys to successful growth and community prosperity in Alberta. How are they doing it?
Immigration and Rural Development Date TBA
Rural Economic Development: Manitoba Style Date TBA
Housing and Rural Development Date TBA
Arts and Rural Renewal Date TBA
2020 & 2021 Community Resilience Webinar Series
‘2021 Economic View’ Recorded Webinar
Thank you to Pierre Cleroux, Chief Economist, Business Development Bank of Canada and Guest Moderator Paul Martin, business commentator and Chair of Martin-Charlton Communications. Download a copy of Pierre’s presentation here.
Opportunity for a New Economy Recorded Webinar
Thank you to Carol Anne Hilton, CEO & Founder, Indigenomics Institute and Guest Moderator Heather Exner-Pirot, of the Saskatchewan Indigenous Economic Development Network
Managing versus Leading Recorded Webinar
Thank you to George Cuff, George Cuff & Associates and Guest Moderator Keith Comstock, former Assistant Deputy Minister of Government Relations.
SEDA webinars are made for educational purposes only. Statements of fact and opinion are those of the presenters and webinar participants individually and unless expressly stated to the contrary, are not the opinion or the position of the Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance(SEDA), its' staff, board of directors or sponsors. SEDA does not endorse or approve and assumes no responsibility for the content, accuracy or completeness of the information presented.