News | Year 2010
The first CCC-CURA projects December 2010
On December 17th was held the first meeting of the Coordinating Committee. Following this, six projects submitted by partners were accepted. These projects will be realized during 2011 and were awarded a total of $19 500 CAN from the CCC-CURA
Challenges facing coastal communities feeling this effects of climate changeDecember 10, 2010
Press Release: Community University Research Alliance - Challenges Facing Coastal Communities of the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence at a Time of Climate Change would like to wish to express its support for the communities and people affected by December 6, storm.
Coordinating Committee anf call for projects November 25, 2010
The Annual General Meeting of CCC-CURA which took place at University de Moncton at the end of September went very well and finished on Wednesday, the 29. The partners learned about important operational aspects of the CCC-CURA and shared their expectations and needs. Also, the Steering Committee was dissolved and was replaced with a Management made up of Chantal Gagnon and Steve Plante, with an expert external partner from the territory covered, Liette Vasseur.
A logo for the CCC-CURA was also defined at the meeting. The logo will represent a butterfly flying on a coastal area and is currently under development.
The agenda of this meeting is downloadable here.
The Codirection thanks Canadian Heritage for it assistance in the financing of this event.
The CCC-CURA is now working on the creation of its Coordinating Committee and it first call for projects from its partners.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Annual general meeting CCC-CURA 27-29 September 2010, Moncton, NB
Rimouski, August 17: The Annual General Meeting of the Coastal Communities Challenges- Community-University Research Alliance, (CCC-CURA) will be held from September 27 to 29 2010, at the Université de Moncton, New Brunswick.
A community research project such as this, based on co-construction and co-production, involves by default a complex beginning process. The AGM will be the first meeting of all partners of the CCC-CURA. This will be an opportunity to establish rules of conduct for partners, operating measures over the next five years of collaboration and basic foundations for collaboration. In addition, partners will develop solutions to establishing the processes to initiate projects that will launch this CURA.
Part of this event will be the launching of the book ÇÊDéfis de l'approche intégrée dans les zones côtières'' by the Presse de l'Université du Québec (PUQ) team. The final results of the AGM will be shared on our website following the event and will be available in English
1 000 000 $ for UQAR April 7th, 2010
Press Release : $ 1 million to UQAR for the creation of a CURA on the challenges of coastal communities in the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence at this time of climate change