Statistics Canada suggests the most appropriate rural definition as being “the population living in towns and municipalities outside the commuting zone of larger urban centres ( outside the commuting zone of centres with population of 10,000 or more).”
As such, rural is the underlying fabric for many regional economies in Canada.
This rural town is getting a new lease on life, Can yours too?
Read how Sangudo, Alberta, a hamlet of 400, is reigniting their town in:
Article from community.renewal.ca Written by Dan Ohler with Paul Cabaj
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