The concept of the “green economy” has received significant international attention over the past few years. As this discussion paper points out, however, the green economy has been held back in Canada by low awareness and misperceptions, governments working at cross purposes, and a sl

In this paper for The Monieson Centre, the authors interview representatives of small family-based businesses in Lethbridge, Alberta, and eastern Ontario to identify characteristics that contribute to their success beyond the tenure of the founding entrepreneur.

How have some rural regions managed to leverage the arts, culture, and nature for both tourist attraction and sustained economic development?

Bringing broadband to rural and Northern Canada boosts economic fortunes in small communities at the expense of urban centres

Smith School of Business

Goodes Hall, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
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