Learning communities in the oil sands, and in remote and rural Alberta. Patrick Fahy & Nancy Steel Athabasca University Alberta North Access Symposium 8 May, 2008 Keyano College Fort McMurray. Origin of the Learning Communities Project.
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Patrick Fahy & Nancy Steel
Alberta North Access Symposium
8 May, 2008
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Alberta Employment and Immigration. (2007). A workforce strategy for Alberta’s construction industry.
“Post-Secondary Learning Priorities of Workers in an Oil Sands Camp in Northern Alberta” (In review)
“Programming Available and Requested in Remote Areas of Alberta” (In progress)