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Roundtable Invitation – University of Calgary – Canadian Northern Corridor Research Program – April 5, 2022
Last Updated on March 17, 2022
The University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy is hosting a series of roundtables throughout 2022 on the Canadian Northern Corridor Concept (CNC). The roundtables are facilitated by Cascade Projects.
The roundtable event, to be held via Zoom on April 5 2022, will discuss the feasibility, desirability, and acceptability of a connected series of infrastructure corridors throughout Canada. The roundtable is your opportunity to share your organization’s concerns, perspectives, and priorities regarding long-term infrastructure planning in Canada and to inform future policy planning.
This roundtable will bring together transportation organizations from across Canada.
At the roundtable. we will:
- Collect feedback to help inform the research program and future policy recommendations.
Share the CNC Research Program’s ongoing research and knowledge on corridor development and infrastructure planning with interested participants.
About CNC Research Program
This is a University of Calgary research project and the University of Calgary’s Conjoint Faculties Research Ethics Board has approved this study (REB20-1717). The Research Program operates with arms-length research funding and is not affiliated with any infrastructure project proponent, advocacy group or government entity.
To find out more information about the CNC Research Program, please visit the website by clicking the link below or visiting www.canadiancorridor.ca.
About Cascade Projects
Cascade Projects is an Indigenous owned and controlled engagement and consulting firm located in Calgary, Alberta. Cascade is currently working with the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy to facilitate a series of Canadian Northern Corridor Research Program roundtables throughout 2022. To learn more about Cascade Projects, please visit: www.cascadeprojects.ca.
If you have any questions about the upcoming roundtable session, please contact Jade McLean at Cascade Projects.