Publications

Greg R. Halseth, Ph.D.
Queen's University at Kingston, 1993
Professor
Geography Program


Books

  • Markey, S., Halseth, G. and Manson, D. (2012). Investing in Place: Economic Renewal in Northern British Columbia. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Halseth, Greg, Markey, Sean and Bruce, Davis (eds.) (2010). The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in a Global Economy. Oxfordshire, UK: CABI International.
  • Watanabe, Rosemary Raygada, Halseth, Greg, and Hanlon, Neil (eds.) (2008). Proceedings from NETHRN - BC’s Third Annual Conference December 12 , 2007. Geography Program at University of Northern British Columbia: New Emerging Team for Health in Rural & Northern BC (NETHRN - BC).
  • Halseth, Regine, Halseth, Greg, Hanlon, Neil, Ostry, Aleck and D'Angiulli, Amedeo (eds.) (2006). Proceedings from NETHRN - BC’s November 16, 2005 Conference. Geography Program at University of Northern British Columbia, Department of Healthcare and Epidemiology at University of British Columbia, Centre for Early Education and Development at Thompson Rivers University: New Emerging Team for Health in Rural & Northern BC (NETHRN - BC).
  • Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University.
  • Building Community in an Instant Town: A social geography of Mackenzie and Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia Press.
  • (Re)Development at the Urban Edges. Waterloo : University of Waterloo, Department of Geography Publication Series.
  • Cottage Country in Transition: A Social Geography of Change and Contention in the Rural-Recreational Countryside. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
  • Prince George: A social geography of British Columbia's "Northern Capital". Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia Press.

Book Chapters

  • Halseth, G. (2013) “Foreword”. In Tumbler Ridge - The Human History, Charles Helm, pp. 3. Tumbler Ridge: Tumbler Ridge News.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2012) “Challenges for engaging social economy businesses in rural and small town renewal”. In Businesses with a difference: Balancing the social and the economic, Laurie Mook, Jack Quarter, and Sherida Ryan (eds), pp. 161-181. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Ryser, L., Manson, D. and Halseth, G. (2012) “Including youth in an aging rural society: Reflections from northern BC's resource frontier communities”. Social transformation in rural Canada: Community, cultures, and collective action, John Parkins and Maureen Reed (eds.), pp. 189-207. Vancouver; UBC Press.
  • Skinner, M., Hanlon, N. and Halseth, G. (2012) Health and Social Care Issues in Ageing Resource Communities. In J. Kulig and A. Williams (eds.), Rural Health: A Canadian Perspective. Vancouver: UBC Press. pp. 462-480.Halseth, G. (2010) “Small Town Rural-Urban Fringes: Examples from northern BC” In The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and controversy, Ken Beesley (ed), pp. 64-87. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute.
  • Halseth, G., Reed, M.G. and Reimer, W.R. (2010). “Inclusion in Rural Development Planning: Challenges and Opportunities”, In David Douglas (ed.), Rural Planning In Canada, pp. 256-280. Toronto, ON: Nelson Educational Publishers.
  • Halseth, G, Markey, S., Reimer, B. and Manson, D. (2010) “Introduction: The Next Rural Economies”.  In Greg Halseth, Sean Markey and David Bruce (eds.), The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in a Global Economy, pp. 1-16. CABI International: Oxfordshire, UK
  • Halseth, G. (2010) “Understanding and transforming a staples economy: Place-based development in northern BC, Canada”.  In Greg Halseth, Sean Markey and David Bruce (eds.), The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in a Global Economy, pp. 251-262. CABI International: Oxfordshire, UK
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G. and Manson, D. (2010). Disjuncture in Rural Renewal: Theory and Practice. In Sustainable Rural Community Change: Geographical Perspectives from North America, the British Isles, and Australia, D. Winchell, D. Ramsey, R. Koster, and G. Robinson (editors), pp. 313-329.  Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute.
  • Halseth, G., Sedgwick, K., and Ofori-Amoah, B. (2007). “From Frontier Outpost to ‘Northern Capital’: The growth and functional transformation of Prince George, BC, Canada”. In Ben Ofori-Amoah (ed.), Beyond the Metropolis: Urban Geography as if Small Cities Mattered, pp. 18-42. University Press of America.
  • Halseth, Greg (2005) “Preface”. In Facing the Challenge of Industry Closure: Managing Transition in Rural Communities. Provincial and Territorial Departments Responsible for Local Government, Resiliency and Recovery Project Committee, pp. i-iii. Toronto, ON: Intergovernmental Committee on Urban and Regional Research Press.
  • Halseth, Greg. (2005) “Resource town transition: Debates after closure”. In Essex, S.J., Gilg, A.W., Yarwood, R.B., Smithers, J., and Wilson R. (eds.)., Rural Change and Sustainability: Agriculture, the Environment and Communities, p. 326-342. Oxfordshire, UK: CABI Publishing.
  • Halseth, Greg (2004) “The ‘Cottage’ Privilege: Increasingly Elite Landscapes of Second Homes in Canada”. In D. Muller and M. Hall, eds., Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes: Between Elite Landscapes and Common Ground. Clevedon, UK: Channelview Publications.
  • Halseth, Greg and Ryser, L. (2004) “Gender at work and gender at home: the mediating role of the household economy in northern British Columbia's resource dependent towns”. In The Structure and Dynamics of Rural Territories: Geographic Perspectives, eds. D. Ramsey and C. Bryant. Brandon, MB: Brandon University, Rural Development Institute. pp. 162-193.
  • Halseth, Greg. (2004) “Introduction”, In G. Halseth and R. Halseth, eds., Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University. pp. 17-26.
  • Beshiri, Roland, Bollman, Ray, Rothwell, Neil, Mendelson, Robert, and Halseth, Greg (2004) “A population sketch of rural and small town Canada”, In G. Halseth and R. Halseth, eds., Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University. pp. 81-109.
  • Bruce, David and Halseth, Greg (2004) “The role of small business in community economic development”, In G. Halseth and R. Halseth, eds., Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University. pp. 195-221.
  • Halseth, Greg, Bruce, David, and Sullivan, Lana (2004) “Leading and lagging: The long run role of institutions and social capital in fostering community economic development”, In G. Halseth and R. Halseth, eds., Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University. pp. 309-336.
  • Sullivan, Lana and Halseth, Greg (2004) “Responses of volunteer groups in rural Canada to changing funding and service needs: Mackenzie and Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia”, In G. Halseth and R. Halseth, eds., Building for Success: Explorations of Rural Community and Rural Development. Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University. pp. 337-362.
  • Halseth, Greg, Laura Ryser and Lana Sullivan (2003) "Service provision as part of resource town transition planning: A case from northern British Columbia." In D. Bruce and G.Lister (eds.), Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy. Sackville, N.B.: Rural and Small Town Programme, Mount Allison University. pp. 29–56.
  • Halseth, Greg and Michael Mortensen (2000) Retrofitting a Suburban Landscape: A case study of opportunity (lost?). In G.Halseth and H. Nicol (eds.), (Re)Development at the Urban Edges. Waterloo: University of Waterloo, Department of Geography Publications Series. pp. 63–100.
  • Halseth, Greg and Heather Nicol (2000) Preface. in G. Halseth and H. Nicol (eds.), (Re)Development at the Urban Edges. Waterloo: University of Waterloo, Department of Geography Publication Series. pp. v–xii.
  • Nicol, Heather, and Greg Halseth (2000)Closing Remarks. in G. Halseth and H. Nicol (eds.), (Re)Development at the Urban Edges. Waterloo: University of Waterloo, Department of Geography Publication Series. pp. 407–419.
  • Halseth, Greg (1997) "Old Themes, New Politics: A Case study of rural community organization", in Mitchell, C. and Dahms, F.eds., Challenge and Opportunity: Managing Change in Canadian Towns and Villages. Waterloo, Ontario: Social Issues Committee of Canadian Association of Geographers Publication Series. pp. 243–271.
  • Halseth, Greg (1999) "Disentangling policy, governance, and local contention over change in Vancouver's rural urban fringe". In O. Furuseth and M. Lapping (eds.), Contested Countryside: The Rural Urban Fringe in North America. Hampshire, England: Ashgate Publishing Group. pp. 151–178.
  • Halseth, Greg (1998) "Introduction", in G. Halseth and R. Halseth (eds.), Prince George: A social geography of British Columbia's "Northern Capital". Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia Press. pp. 5–11.
  • Stauffer, Brian and Halseth, Greg (1998) "Population Change in Prince George", in G. Halseth and R. Halseth (eds.), Prince George: A social geography of British Columbia's "Northern Capital". Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia Press. pp. 13–43.
  • Rennie, Brannon and Halseth, Greg (1998) "Employment in Prince George", in G. Halseth and R. Halseth (eds.), Prince George: A social geography of British Columbia's "Northern Capital". Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia Press. pp. 45–66.
  • Halseth, Greg and Mark Rosenberg (1988) "Kingston Regional Ambulance Service:Alternative Location Modelling", The Third International Symposium in Medical Geography, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. 

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • Sullivan, L., Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (forthcoming) “Recognizing Change, Recognizing Rural: The New Rural Economy and Towards a New Model of Rural Services”. Journal of Rural and Community Development.
  • Manson, D., Markey, S., Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (forthcoming) “Recession Response: Cyclical Problems and Local Solutions in Northern British Columbia”. Tijdschriftvoor Economische en Sociale Geografie.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (forthcoming) “On the Edge in Rural Canada: The Changing Capacity and Role of the Voluntary Sector”. Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research.
  • Skinner, M., Joseph, A., Hanlon, N., Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (forthcoming) “Growing old in aging resource communities: Linking voluntarism, aging in place and community development”. The Canadian Geographer.
  • Pitkänen, K., Adamiak, C. and Halseth, G. (forthcoming) “Leisure activities and rural community change: Valuation and use of rural space among permanent residents and second home owners”. SociologiaRuralis.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L., Markey, S. and Martin, A, (2014) “Emergence, transition, and continuity: Resource Commodity Production Pathways in Northeastern British Columbia, Canada”. Journal of Rural Studies. doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2014.03.010
  • Ryser, L., Markey, S., Manson, D., Schwamborn, J. and Halseth, G. (2014) “From Boom and Bust to Regional Waves: Development Patterns in the Peace River Region, British Columbia”. Journal of Rural and Community Development. 9(1): 87-111.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2013) “So you’re thinking about a retirement industry?  Economic and community development lessons from resource towns in northern British Columbia”. Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society. 44(1): 83–96.
  • Ryser, L., Markey, S., and Halseth, G. (2013) “Developing the next generation of community-based researchers: Tips for undergraduate students”.  Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37 (1): 11–27
  • Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (2012) “From Policy to Research and Back Again”: Experiences from a rural research institute.  Journal of Rural and Community Development, Special issue edited by L.K. Hallstrom and H. Dolan (Guest Editors). 7(3): 31-39.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G.  (2012)  “Resolving mobility constraints impeding rural seniors’ access to regionalized services”. Journal of Aging and Social Policy. 24: 328–344.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2011) “Housing Costs in an Oil and Gas Boom Town: Issues for Low-Income Senior Women Living Alone”. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 25(3): 306-325.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2011) “Mechanisms for Delivering Information to Seniors in a Changing Small Town Context”. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 6(1): 49-69.
  • Halseth, G., Helm, Dr. C. and Price, D. (2011) “The Rural Care Needs Index: A potential tool for ‘have-not’ communities”. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 16 (4): 134-136.
  • Horn, C. and Halseth, G. (2011) “Seeing like a Circle: Perspectives on the Field from a Dialogue on Urban Aboriginal Economic Development”, Aboriginal Policy Journal, 1 (2): 101-131.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2011) “Informal Support Networks of Low-Income Senior Women Living Alone: Evidence from Fort St. John, BC”, Journal of Women and Aging, 23 (3): 185-202.
  • Booth, A.L. and Halseth, G. (2011) “Why the Public Thinks Natural Resources Public Participation Processes Fail:  A case study of British Columbia communities”. Land Use Policy, 28: 898-906.
  • Hanlon, N., Halseth, G. and Ostry, A. (2011) “Stealth voluntarism: An expectation of health professional work in underserviced areas?” Health & Place, 17 (1): 42-49. 
  • Hanlon, N., Halseth, G. and Snadden, D. (2010) “We can see a future here”: Place attachment, professional identity, and forms of capital mobilized to deliver medical education in an underserviced area, Health and Place, 16: 909-915.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2010) “Rural Economic Development: A Review of the Literature from Industrialized Economies”, Geography Compass, 4(6): 510-531.
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G. and Manson, D. (2010) “Community-based Research in the Rural Setting: Lessons from Northern British Columbia”, The Canadian Geographer, 54(2): 158-176.
  • Hanlon, N., Ryser, L., Crain, J., Halseth, G. and Snadden, D. (2010) Establishing a distributed campus: Making sense of disruptions to a doctor community. Medical Education, 44(3): 256-262.
  • Halseth, G. and Meiklejohn, C. (2009) "Indicators of small town tourism development potential: The case of Fouriesburg, South Africa", Urban Forum, 20(3): 293-317.
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G., and Manson, D. (2009) “Contradictions in Hinterland Development: Challenging the Local Development Ideal in Northern British Columbia”. Community Development Journal, 44(2): 209-229.
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, G. and Thien, D. (2009) “Strategies and Intervening Factors Influencing Student Social Learning processes in an Interdisciplinary Research Team”, Research in Higher Education, 50(3) May: 248-267.
  • Lo, J. and Halseth, G. (2009) “The Practice of Principles: An examination of CED groups in Vancouver, BC, Community Development Journal, 44(1): 80-110.
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G., and Manson, D. (2008) “Challenging the Inevitability of Rural Decline: Advancing the Policy of Place in Northern British Columbia”. Journal of Rural Studies, 24(4): 409-421.
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G., and Manson, D.  (2008) “Closing the Implementation Gap: A Framework for Incorporating the Context of Place in Economic Development Planning”, Local Environment, 13(4): 337-351.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2008) “Institutional Barriers to Incorporating Climate Responsive Design in Commercial Redevelopment”, Environment and Planning B, 35(1): 34-55.
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G., and Manson, D. (2007) “The (Dis?)Connected North: Persistent Regionalism in Northern British Columbia”, Canadian Journal of Regional Science, XXX(1): 57-78.
  • Greg Halseth and Ryser, L. (2007) “The Deployment of Partnerships by the Voluntary Sector to Address Service Needs in Rural and Small Town Canada”, Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit, 18(3): 241-265.
  • Hanlon, N., Clasby, R., Halseth, G., and Pow, V. (2007) “The Place Embeddedness of Social Care: Restructuring Work and Welfare in Mackenzie, BC, Health & Place, 13: 466-481.
  • Halseth, G., Manson, D., Markey, S., Lax, L., and Buttar, O. (2007) “The Connected North: Findings from the Northern BC Economic Vision and Strategy Project”, Journal of Rural and Community Development, 2(1): 1-27.
  • Markey, S., Halseth, G., and Manson, D. (2006) “The Struggle to Compete: From Comparative to Competitive Advantage in Northern British Columbia”, International Planning Studies, 11(1): 19-39.
  • Hanlon, N., Clasby, R., Halseth, G., and Pow, V. (2007) “The Place Embeddedness of Social Care: Restructuring Work and Welfare in Mackenzie, BC, Health & Place, 13: 466-481.
  • Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (2006). “Trends in Service Delivery: Examples from Rural and Small Town Canada, 1998 to 2005”, Journal of Rural and Community Development, 1(2): 69-90.
  • Hanlon, Neil and Halseth, Greg (2005) “The greying of resource communities in northern BC: implications for health care delivery in already under-serviced communities”, Canadian Geographer.
  • Halseth, Greg, Straussfogel, D., Parsons, S., and Wishart, A. (2004) “Regional economic shifts in BC: Speculation from recent demographic evidence”, Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 27, 317-352.
  • Halseth, Greg and Lana Sullivan (2004) “From Kitimat to Tumbler Ridge: A crucial lesson not learned in resource-town planning”, Western Geography. Vol 13/14, 132-160.
  • Halseth, Greg (2004) “Attracting growth ‘back’ to an amenity rich fringe: Rural-urban fringe dynamics around metropolitan Vancouver, Canada”, Canadian Journal of Regional Science. Vol.. XXVI (2&3), pp. 297-318.
  • Halseth, Greg and Lana Sullivan (2003) " 'The Bright Lights of the City': Intra-regional migration and the challenge for resource-dependent towns", Geography Research Forum. Vol. 23, pp. 138–168.
  • Halseth, Greg and Annie Booth (2003) " 'What worked well—what needs improvement'— Lessons in public consultation from British Columbia's resource planning processes." Local Environments. Vol.8, No.4, pp. 437–455.
  • Halseth, Greg (2002) "A regional geography of recreation and tourism land uses in New Caledonia." Western Geographer. Vol.12, pp. 130–162.
  • Halseth, Greg and Joanne Doddridge (2000) "Children's Cognitive Mapping: A potential tool for neighbourhood planning" Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. Vol. 27, pp.565–582.
  • Halseth, Greg (1999)"'We Came for the Work':Situating Employment Migration in B.C.'s Small, Resource-Based, Communities".Canadian Geographer. Vol. 43, No. 4, pp. 363–381.
  • Halseth, Greg (1999) "Resource Town Employment: a case study of patterns and perceptions of change in small town British Columbia." Tijdshrift voor Economische en Sociale Geographie. Vol. 90, No. 2, pp. 196–210.
  • Halseth, Greg and Allison Williams (1999) "Guthrie House: A rural community organizes for wellness." Health and Place. Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 27–44.
  • Halseth, Greg and Gail Fondahl (1998) "Re-situating Regional Geography in an Undergraduate Curriculum: an example from a new university". Journal of Geography in Higher Education. Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 335–346.
  • Ray, Brian, Greg Halseth, and Benjamin Johnson (1997) "The Changing 'Face' of the  Suburbs - issues of ethnicity and residential change in suburban Vancouver". International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 75–99.
  • Halseth, Greg (1996) "`Community' and Landuse Planning Debate: an example from rural  British Columbia", Environment and Planning A. Vol. 28, pp. 1279–1298.
  • Halseth, Greg (1996) "Mapping Residential Redevelopment in a Canadian Suburb",   Canadian Journal of Urban Research. Vol. 5, No. 1. pp. 137–146.
  • Halseth, Greg and Mark Rosenberg (1995) "Cottagers in an Urban Field", Professional Geographer. Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 148–159.
  • Halseth, Greg and Mark Rosenberg (1995) "Complexity in the Rural Canadian Housing  Landscape", Canadian Geographer. Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 336–352.
  • Halseth, Greg  (1993)  "Communities within Communities: Changing `Residential' Areas at Cultus Lake, British Columbia",  Journal of Rural Studies. Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 175–187.
  • Halseth, Greg  (1992) "Cottage Property Ownership - Interpreting Spatial Patterns in a Eastern Ontario Case Study",  Ontario Geography, Vol. 38, pp. 32–42.
  • Halseth, Greg and Amanda James  (1991)  "Nineteenth Century Fertility Change in Ontario:  A Rural Kingston Area Example, 1861-1881",  East Lakes Geographer.  Vol. 26,  pp. 61–74.
  • Peters, Evelyn, Mark Rosenberg and Greg Halseth (1991) "The Ontario Metis: Some Aspects of a Metis Identity", Canadian Ethnic Studies. Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 71–84.
  • Halseth, Greg and Mark Rosenberg  (1991)  "Locating Emergency Medical Services in Small  Town and Rural Settings",  Socio-Economic Planning Sciences.  Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 295–304.
  • Halseth, Greg and Mark Rosenberg  (1990)  "Conversion of Recreational Residences: A Case  Study of Its Measurement and Management",  Canadian Journal of Regional Science.  Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 99–115. 

Articles in Edited Journals

  • Nolin, C., Zehtab-Martin, A. and Halseth, G. (2011) “Hidden avenues of (im)migration: Experiences of mailorder brides in northern BC”. Our Diverse Cities, 8 (Spring), pp. 132-141. Available online at: http://canada.metropolis.net/pdfs/odc_bc_2011_e.pdf
  • Halseth, Greg (2010) “Rural Renaissance: B.C.'s Small-Town Economy”, July 07, 2010. BC Business, 38(7), pp. 51. Also online at http://www.bcbusinessonline.ca/bcb/business-sense/2010/07/07/rural-renaissance-bc039s-small-town-economy
  • Halseth, Greg, Stephanie Killam, and Don Manson (2008). "Working framework for economic emergencies for smaller municipalities-Part II." Municipal World. 118 (3), pp.35-39.
  • Halseth, Greg, Stephanie Killam, and Don Manson (2008). "Working framework for economic emergencies for smaller municipalities-Part II." Municipal World. 118 (4), April 2008, pp.35-38.
  • Winter Cities, 21 (4), pp.5–7.
  • The Bulletin of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. May, 2002, pp.20–21.
  • The Forestry Chronicle. Vol 75, No. 5, pp. 799–804.
  • Small Town. July-August, 1997, pp. 18–23.

Monographs

  • Helle, S., Fredeen, A., Rutherford, M., Halseth, G., Gillingham, M., Parker, K. and Massicotte, H. (2009) Biomass Energy in Central British Columbia: Framing the Issues. UNBC Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute Occasional Paper Series No. 4. January 2009.
  • Halseth, Greg and Lana Sullivan (2000) Housing Transition in Single Industry "Instant Towns". Ottawa: Canada Morgage and Housing Corporation.
  • Halseth, Greg and David Arnold (1997) Community (Internet) Access Groups: Case studies from rural and small town British Columbia, Canada. Burnaby, British Columbia: Community Economic Development Centre, Simon Fraser University.
  • Halseth, Greg (1996) Information Needs and Internet Opportunities (Constraints): Report on a Questionnaire Survey of Community (Economic) Development groups in British Columbia, Canada. Burnaby, British Columbia: Community Economic Development Centre, Simon Fraser University.
  • Rosenberg, Mark and Greg Halseth (1993) Recreational Home Conversion in Canada. Ottawa: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
  • Peters, Evelyn, Mark Rosenberg and Greg Halseth (1991) The Ontario Metis: Characteristics and Identity. Winnipeg: Institute of Urban Studies.
  • Rosenberg, Mark, Greg Halseth and Eric Moore, (1988) Cultural Activities in Canada - A Cost or a Benefit to the Elderly. Ottawa: Department of Communications, Government of Canada.

Book Reviews

  • M. Howlett and K. Brownsey (eds.) Canada’s Resource Economy in Transition. In Journal of Regional Science.  2010.
  • J. Meligrana, (ed.). Redrawing Local Government Boundaries: An International Study of Politics, Procedures, and Decisions. In Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29 (2), 466-486.  2005.
  • Benfield, F. Kaid, Jutka Terris and Nancy Vorsanger, Solving Sprawl: Models of Smart Growth in Communities Across America. In Canadian Journal of Urban Research.  2003.
  • Hodge, Gerald and Ira M. Robinson, Planning Canadian Regions. In Growth and Change: A Journal of Urban and Regional Policy, 33 (2), 263–266. 2002.
  • McGillivray, Brett, Geography of British Columbia - People and Landscapes in Transition. In The Canadian Geographer, 45 (2), 331–332. 2001.
  • L.J. Evenden, Suburb of Happy Homes: Burnaby - Centennial Themes. In Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 6 (1), 65–67.  1997.
  • P. Salant and A.J. Waller, Guide to Rural Data. In Professional Geographer, 49, 385–386.  1997.
  • S. Brower, Good Neighborhoods: A study of in-town and suburban residential enviroments. In Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 6 (2), 187–190.  1997.
  • M. Johnston, Geographical Perspectives on the Provincial Norths. In Northern Review, 14, 159–161. 1996.
  • T. Unwin, The Atlas of World Development. In Cartographica, 33 (2), 66–68. 1996.
  • A.W. Cross, The Summer House - A Tradition of Leisure. In AAG Rural Development Specialty Group Newsletter, June 1994.

Invited Lectures

  • 2014 “Myths and trajectories: Readiness in workforce transition”. Initiatives Prince George Leadership Council, Prince George, BC. February 25.
  • 2014 “Supporting Resilient Communities” with Marleen Morris.Fraser Basin Council Board meeting, Vancouver, BC. February 13.
  • 2014 “Reflecting on Community - Community Outreach”.Local Government Leadership Academy Annual Conference, Richmond, BC. February 6.
  • 2013 “NW Community Readiness - Historical Development of the North” with Marleen Morris. First keynote presentation for NW Community Readiness Coordinating Table, Local Government Department, BC Ministry of Citizen Services and Community Development. Victoria. November 26.
  • 2013 “Community Readiness & Economic Transition: Are We Ready?” with Marleen Morris.  Second keynote presentation for NW Community Readiness Coordinating Table, Local Government Department, BC Ministry of Citizen Services and Community Development. Victoria. November 26.
  • 2013 “Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Prince George” with Marleen Morris. UNBC Community Development Institute Dialogues on Readiness Project. Prince George. November 22.
  • 2013 “Reimagining your Community: Examples from British Columbia, Scandinavia, and the UK" with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation for 2013 UNBC Community Development Institute’s Community Speaker Series.Valemount. November 13.
  • 2013 “Home and Away: Workers and Communities in a Global Natural Resource Sector” with Marleen Morris. BC Natural Gas Workforce Committee. Richmond. November 21.
  • 2013 “Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Terrace” with Marleen Morris. UNBC Community Development Institute Dialogues on Readiness Project.Terrace. November 20.
  • 2013 “Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Kitimat” with Marleen Morris. UNBC Community Development Institute Dialogues on Readiness Project.Kitimat. November 19.
  • 2013 “Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Prince Rupert” with Marleen Morris. UNBC Community Development Institute Dialogues on Readiness Project. Prince Rupert. November 18.
  • 2013 “Reimagining your Community: Examples from British Columbia, Scandinavia, and the UK” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation for 2013 UNBC Community Development Institute’s Community Speaker Series. McBride. November 14.
  • 2013 “Linking Tourism and Destination Management with place-based community development: Examples from British Columbia, Canada”. University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland, Oct. 10.
  • 2013 “Making it work: collaboration in regional economic development” with Marleen Morris.  Keynote presentation for 2013 Columbia Basin Trust Symposium. Creston. October 18.
  • 2013 “Economies, Environments, and Communities: Transitioning to Place-Based Rural Development” with Laura Ryser, Marleen Morris, and Sean Markey. University of the Arctic’s Thematic network on Northern Regional Development, Tana, Norway, October 23-26.
  • 2013 “Opportunities and Challenges: An introduction to ‘second-home’ issues in British Columbia's northern resource frontier”. International Conference: Good Life Practices / Practising the Good Life, Lisbon, Portugal. October 17-18.
  • 2013 “Indivisibility. Keynote presentation for Prince George Sustainability and Legacy Summit – BC Winter Games 2015” with Marleen Morris. Prince George, October 10. (by video)
  • 2013 “Resource Sector Developments: Community Social Impacts” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation for BC Health Officers Council. Fort St John. October 8.
  • 2013 “Fragile Communities and Resiliency” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation for the 16/97 Economic Alliance Annual Conference. Prince George. October 30.
  • 2013 “Regional collaboration – what does it really mean” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation for Northwest Regional Collaborative 2013. Terrace. September 27.
  • 2013 “Traditions and Transitions: Steps small places must take” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation for Union of BC Municipalities Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, September 17.
  • 2013 “Tumbler Ridge Sustainability Plan: Health, Social Services, and Safety” with Marleen Morris and Melanie Karjala. Presentation to the District of Tumbler Ridge. September 13.
  • 2013 “Community Sustainability: Lessons and Challenges from the BC Experience” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation to Kirklees Council. Kirklees, United Kingdom. July 26.
  • 2013 “Billions in Resource Sector Investment: Are we Prepared?” with Marleen Morris.  Keynote presentation to the Prince George Community Leaders Table. Prince George. June 13.
  • 2013 “On the Edge in Rural Canada: The Changing Capacity and Role of the Voluntary Sector” with Laura Ryser. Keynote presentation for Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Victoria, June 5-7.
  • 2013 “Education: The foundation for the new economy” with Marleen Morris. Presentation to the BC Ministry of Education and Ministry of Advanced Education, Victoria. June 3.
  • 2013 “Guess who’s coming to town: Workcamps and issues in community development”. With Ron Poole and Connie Kaweesi, BC Healthy Communities, May 30.
  • 2013 “Tumbler Ridge Sustainability Plan: Housing and Income” with Marleen Morris and Melanie Karjala. Presentation to the District of Tumbler Ridge. May 25.
  • 2013 “Housing in Northern BC: Resource Towns Come of Age”, with Marleen Morris. Presentation to the Canadian Home Builders Association’s Housing Affordability Symposium. Richmond, BC, March 15.
  • 2013 “Embedded Collaboration: Retooling for Continuous Workforce Renewal in Northern BC” with Marleen Morris. Keynote presentation to Partnerships 2020. Northwest Labour Market Partnership.Terrace. March 6-8.
  • 2013 “Community Transition: Housing in Non-Metropolitan BC”, with Marleen Morris. Presentation to the BC Housing Policy Branch, Victoria. January 16.
  • 2013 “Repositioning”: Supporting Community Transition through Place-Based Development”, with Marleen Morris. Presentation to the UBCM Community Economic Development Committee, January 17.
  • 2013 “NEV2: The Recession Response Project”. Presentation to the Omineca Beetle Action Coalition.
  • 2013 “Building Understanding for Tomorrow: The Legacy of Tumbler Ridge”.  With Marleen Morris.Presentation to the District of Tumbler Ridge. January 5.
  • 2012 “The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in Global Economies”. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. March 21. A 1 hour training seminar.
  • 2012 “Moving Purposively as a Governance Coalition”.Omineca Beetle Action Coalition, Prince George, April 20.
  • 2012 “How we got here and how to see the pathway ahead”.Omineca Beetle Action Coalition, Prince George, April 20.
  • 2012 “Research Institutes at UNBC”, featured speaker with Mike Gillingham at UNBC’s Research at UNBC: From Start to Finish, September 6, 2012.
  • 2012 “Community and Regional Impacts of Major Industrial Developments: Lessons from the Peace River Region”. KT Industrial Development Society.Terrace, BC. September 18.
  • 2012 “Community Development and Collaborative Practice: Rural and Remote Communities”. With Marleen Morris, Board Voice Annual General Meeting, November 23.
  • 2012 “Healthy Food – Healthy Communities: Bio-Economy Opportunities in Northern and Rural BC”. With Marleen Morris, BC Healthy Living Alliance Webinar, September 26.
  • 2012 “Rural Places in a Global World: Lessons from successful regions”. Regional District of Bulkley Nechako, Burns Lake, June 28.
  • 2012 “Rural Change and Services Transition”. Union of BC Municipalities Annual General Meeting, Victoria, September 25.
  • 2012 “Northern BC in a Global World: The UNBC Community Development Institute”. Presentation to the UNBC Board of Governors. Prince George, December 1.
  • 2012 “Towards an Integrated Critical Political Economy Framework of Rural and Small Town Transition”. University of Eastern Finland, November 5.
  • 2012 “Working with Communities”.With Don Manson, Laura Ryser, and Marleen Morris. Northern Health Authority, Brown Bag Lunch Series. Prince George, November 22.
  • 2012 “Community Transition: “Placing” Housing in Non-Metropolitan BC”.  With Marleen Morris.Presentation to BC Housing. Vancouver, November 26.
  • 2012 “Long Distance Labour Commuting from a Northern Canadian small town: The Workers’ Perspective”. With Laura Ryser, Alika Rajput, and Sean Markey. Memorial Presents at the Bruneau Centre, December 4, Memorial University – Newfoundland & Labrador
  • 2011 “Invited FORREX Webinar Speaker: Change and Resilience – Resource-based communities in British Columbia”, with AjitKrishaswamy, December 15.
  • 2011 “Coping with resource development megaprojects: The social impacts”. Community Advisory Board, Kitimat, BC. December 6.
  • 2011 “Coping with resource development megaprojects: The social impacts”. Community Advisory Board, Terrace, BC. December 7.
  • 2011 “Coping with resource development megaprojects: The social impacts”. Community Advisory Board, Prince George, BC. December 9.
  • 2011 “Keynote: Rural and small town community development”. Prince George Sustainable Forest Management Plan - Public Advisory Group. February 24.
  • 2011 “Keynote: Rural and small town community development”. Fort St. James Sustainable Forest Management Plan - Public Advisory Group. March 28.
  • 2011 “Keynote: Community Development”. College of the Rockies and the Citizens for a Liveable Cranbrook
  • 2011 “Keynote: Rural and small town community development”. Vanderhoof Sustainable Forest Management Plan - Public Advisory Group. April 28.
  • 2011 “Challenges of Rapid Industrial Growth for Small Communities”.With Sean Markey, 2011 BC Oil and Gas Conference, Fort Nelson, Northern Rockies Regional Municipality, September 8.
  • 2011 “Globalization and Resource Peripheries: Observations from British Columbia, Canada”. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, May.
  • 2011 “Peripheries at the Core of Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities”.  Conference on innovative strategies for northern regional development - An exchange between practitioners and thinkers in British Columbia and Sweden, Sundsvall, Sweden. June 16-17.
  • 2011 “The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in Global Economies”. Rural Development Network, Ottawa, Ontario. September 21. A 1 hour training seminar.
  • 2011 “The New Forest Economy”. Annual Conference of the Union of BC Municipalities, Vancouver, BC, September 26.
  • 2011 “Community Economic Development: The upside of an aging population”,with Marleen Morris, Annual Conference of the Union of BC Municipalities, Vancouver, BC, September 26.
  • 2011 “Where do we go from here? Closing presentation”, Research Days 2011, Prince George, BC, organized by UNBC and Northern Health Authority, November 2.
  • 201  “New North Centre Reception Presentation”, Prince George, BC, organized by UNBC Office of Research, November 6.
  • 2010 “From plans to action: Implementing resilience strategies in the Omineca region”. Omineca Beetle Action Coalition Conference, Prince George, April 20.2010 “Engaging communities and organizations”. BC Public Health Association Summer School 2010, Prince George (with telecom links to UVIC, UBC, and Terrace), July 27.
  • 2010 “Strategies of local community development in periods of global economic transformation”. International Summer School 2010 – Innovative Development of Northern Territories of Russia, sponsored by Sakha State University, Yakutsk, Russia and held in Hatystyr, Russia, June 11.
  • 2010 “Strategies of local community development in periods of global economic transformation”. International Summer School 2010 – Innovative Development of Northern Territories of Russia, sponsored by Sakha State University, Yakutsk, Russia and held in Tyngyly, Russia, June 7.
  • 2010 “The role of municipalities in regional, rural, and community development”. International Summer School 2010 – Innovative Development of Northern Territories of Russia, sponsored by Sakha State University, Yakutsk, Russia and held in Oktejmtsy, Russia, June 5.
  • 2010 “The role of voluntary sector organizations in rural development”. International Summer School 2010 – Local and regional development, Sakha State University, Yakutsk, Russia, June 3.
  • 2010 Keynote address: “Strategies of local community development in periods of global economic transformation”. International Summer School 2010 – Local and regional development, Sakha State University, Yakutsk, Russia, June 2.
  • 2010 “Service sector development in remote rural territories of the north”. International Summer School 2010 – Local and regional development, Sakha State University, Yakutsk, Russia, June 2.
  • 2010 “Part of academic panel for Ministry of Community and Rural Development, on BC’s Rural Strategy”, Victoria BC, May 11-12.
  • 2010 “Community based research at UNBC”. Presentation to North America Mobility Program delegates from Canada, US, and Mexico, UNBC Campus, Prince George, May 10.
  • 2010 “From plans to action: Implementing resilience strategies in the Omineca region”. Omineca Beetle Action Coalition Conference, Prince George, April 20.
  • 2010 “Community Economic Development: The Olympics and the north”. Political Science Student Association’s weekly dialogue event. February 24, UNBC.
  • 2009 “Understanding & Doing Rural / Small Town Economic Development” Small Talk Forum keynote, Annual Conference of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, Vancouver, Sept 29.
  • 2009 “Understanding & Doing Rural / Small Town Economic Development” Electoral Area Directors Forum keynote, Annual Conference of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, Vancouver, Sept 29.
  • 2009 “(Re)Constructing Rural Places in a Globalized World I: Insights from Place-Based Development, New Regionalism, and Competitive Advantage theories. Opening keynote address, GARGIA CONFERENCE – 2009, Alta, Norway. October 22, 2009.
  • 2009 “(Re)Constructing Rural Places in a Globalized World II: A New Rural Development Vision for Northern British Columbia. Closing keynote address, GARGIA CONFERENCE – 2009, Alta, Norway. October 23, 2009.
  • 2009 “Towns in Transition”. Meeting of the Northern Health Authority’s Population Health Council, Prince George, BC, July 16.
  • 2009 Keynote Address “Mining Development and Northern BC’s Resource Towns”. Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (North Central BC Branch) Annual General Meeting, Prince George, BC, June 25.2009 "Second Home Tourism and Regional Development", Centre for Tourism Studies, University of Joensuu, Savonlinna, Finland, June 2.
  • 2009 "The Public Administration and Community Development Degree at UNBC", Annual Meetings of the Northern BC Municipal Officers Association, Prince George, March 18-20.
  • 2008 "Expanses vs. Investments: Approaching regional development in northern BC", University of Joensuu, Joensuu, Finland, December 11.
  • 2008 “Educational Institutions: Their essential role in 21st Century rural regions”, keynote for BC Real Estate Foundation’s Reversing the Tide Conference, Prince George, BC, October 6-8.
  • 2008 “Seniors in Communities Dialogue”, keynote for community public meeting organized by the Peace River Regional District, Fort St. John, BC, October 1.
  • 2008 “Seniors in Communities Dialogue”, keynote for community public meeting organized by the Peace River Regional District, Dawson Creek, BC, September 30.
  • 2008 “Availability of Care Services: Comparative Study  - Report for Tumbler Ridge Mayor’s Task Force on Seniors’ Needs”, keynote for community public meeting organized by the Tumbler Ridge Mayor’s Task Force on Senior’s Needs, Tumbler Ridge, BC, May 26.
  • 2008 “What we know about Senior’s needs in rural and small town BC”, keynote for community public meeting organized by the Tumbler Ridge Mayor’s Task Force on Senior’s Needs, Tumbler Ridge, BC, May 26.
  • 2008 “Space to Place: The Next Rural Economies - Conference Summary from May 14 – 17.
  • 2008 “Practical Advice: Rethinking BC’s economic development strategies”, Annual Meetings of the Economic Developers Association of BC, Prince George, 5-6 May 2008.
  • 2008 “Economic Emergency Toolkit for Small Municipalities”, Annual Meetings of the Northern BC Municipal Officers Association, Prince George, 19-20 March 2008.
  • 2008 “A Community Development Institute at UNBC and North Central Municipal Association ‘Community-University Research Alliance’”, Annual Meetings of the Northern BC Municipal Officers Association, Prince George, 19-20 March 2008.
  • 2008 “Rural Economic Development”, 5th BC Rural Communities Summit, 100 Mile House, 13-15 March 2008.
  • 2007 “Regional Population Change in British Columbia”, Japan-UBC Conference, Vancouver, BC, 7 September 2007
  • 2007 Keynote speaker – Canadian Foundation for Innovation board meeting – hosted by UNBC in Prince George 18 June 2007.
  • 2007 Keynote speaker – Social Policy Forum – hosted by Service Canada in Vancouver, 13 June 2007.
  • 2007 Spoke on issues relating to rural poverty and rural community renewal in Canada to the Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, meetings held in Prince George on Monday, March 5. 
  • 2006 “Let go your fear … unlearn what you have learned: Some comments about academic – government knowledge mobilization”. 2nd Annual Conference - New Emerging Team for Health in Rural & Northern BC. November 30 – December 1.
  • 2006 “Building towards a ‘whole community’ approach to northern BC research”.  NRES Research Colloquium, UNBC, Prince George, BC, November 24.
  • 2006 “Glimpses of places past”.  Interpreting the Aesthetic – Academia & the Art of Mary Fallis. UNBC Archives and Special Collections, Prince George, BC, November 23
  • 2006  "Keynote Speaker – The Connected North: An Update”.  2nd Annual Northern Economic Forum, Prince George, BC, September 13-15.
  • 2006 Northwest Speaker Series, UNBC’s Terrace Campus, “Research and relevance in community transition: UNBC’s Community Development Institute”: Terrace, BC, May 18.
  • 2006 “Keynote Speaker”, “Accelerating Change: Issues of community, economic, and landscape transformation in the periurban fringe at the start of the 21st century”. Territorial Dynamics in Periurban Areas and Natural and Cultural Heritage Resources Conference, Montreal, QC: Universite de Montreal, April 26.
  • 2006 “Keynote – Preparing Now For the Future: Practical issues and opportunities for the small tenure holder”. Annual General Meeting of the BC Community Forests Association, Burns Lake, BC, June 2-4.2006 Community sustainability and the mountain pine beetle. Northern Economic Student Society Symposium, UNBC, March 1.
  • 2005 “Keynote Speaker”, The Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemic and the Future of Communities and Ecosystems: Research Synthesis and Strategy Workshop Series, November 7, 2005.
  • 2005 “Keynote Speaker”, “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Rural BC creating its own destiny, 3rd Annual BC Rural Communities Summit, Merritt, BC, June 16-18, 2005.
  • 2005 “Keynote Speaker”, Oil and Gas Community Dialogue, Prince Rupert, BC, April 18, 2005.
  • 2005 “Economic Development Potential in Northern British Columbia, Alaska Canada Railway Corridor Conference, Prince George, BC, April 8, 2005.
  • 2005 “On our own terms: Opportunities and challenges in northern cultural tourism”, Winter Opportunities Summit, Prince George, BC, February 17-18, 2005.
  • 2004 “Community Research and Community Development: Lessons from Northern BC”, with Don Manson for Rural Communities Summit: BC’s Strength - Rural People, Rossland, BC, June 24-26.
  • 2004 “Northern BC Economic Vision and Strategy Project”, with Don Manson, for Creating Partnerships to Make Economic Opportunities in our Region a Reality - Northwest Tribal Treaty Nations Western Forum, Prince Rupert, BC, June 2-4.
  • 2004 “Northern BC Economic Vision and Strategy Project”, with Don Manson, for Creating Partnerships to Make Economic Opportunities in our Region a Reality - Northwest Tribal Treaty Nations Eastern Forum, Prince George, BC, June 16-18.
  • 2004 “Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy”, for BC Municipal Finance Authority Annual Meeting, Victoria, BC, March 24.
  • 2004 “UNBC Community Development Institute and research on northern economies”, with Don Manson, and Laura Ryser, for Prince George and Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training Association’s Exploring Manufacturing Opportunities conference, Prince George, BC, March 25.
  • 2004 “From Northern Strength to Northern Strength”, for Annual General Meeting of the North Central Municipal Association, Fort Nelson, BC, May 13, 2004.
  • 2004 “UNBC Northern Economic Development Vision and Strategy Study”, Regional Community Economic Development Networking Event, Prince George Native Friendship Centre, September 22, 2004.
  • 2004 Panel Speaker - Regional Community Economic Development Networking Event hosted by the Community Economic Development Centre, Simon Fraser University, Terrace, BC, June 16.
  • 2004 Panel Speaker - “Canada’s Role as a Northern Nation and the Possibility of Circumpolar”, with Her Excellency Adrienne Clarkson, UNBC, October 6, 2004.
  • 2003 Panel Speaker - “Building community in an instant town: a modern frontier tale”, Vancouver Opera Association, Vancouver, BC, October, 2003
  • 2003 “The Economies of Resource Based Communities: an historical and contemporary perspective”, for the Real Estate Institute of BC and the Appraisal Institute of BC, Northwest Chapters, Terrace, October.
  • 2003 “The Importance of Social and Economic Infrastructure in Northern BC Community Revitalization”, for Shaping Communities for Winter Workshop, Winter Cities Association, Prince George, October.
  • 2003 From Northern Strength to Northern Strength”, for Northwest Corridor Development Corporation meeting, Vancouver, BC, April, 21.
  • 2003 "Rural and Small Town Studies in Northern BC", Northern Communities Conference, Prince George, BC.
  • 2003 "Resource Town Restructuring: Rural and Small Town Studies at UNBC", University of the Arctic PhD field course, Prince George, BC.
  • 2002 "Retention and Recruitment in rural and small town British Columbia", Tech Talk 2002 Conference, Fort St. John, BC.
  • 2002 "Rural and Small Town British Columbia", Advisory Committee on Rural Issues, Secretary of State for Rural Affairs, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • 2002 "Rural and Small Town Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia", Presentation to UNBC Board of Governors, Tumbler Ridge, BC.
  • 2000 "A Social Geography of Conflict and Contention over Labour Flexibility in Northern Resource Towns: examples from employment disputes in norhtern British Columbia, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
  • 2000 "(Re) Developing Northern Resource Towns: revising community planning principles to meet new economic development imperatives", Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
  • 1998 “Restructuring and Resource-dependent Communities: examples from peripheral (northern) British Columbia”, Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University.
  • 1993 “Residential Change as Community Change: an example for the rural-recreational countryside”, Department of Family Studies, University of Manitoba.

Invited Panel Presentations

  • 2011 “New Era of Copyright: Mapping Uncharted Territory”. 2011 ABC Copyright Group Conference, Prince George, BC, June 23.
  • 2011 “The Policy/Research DynamicPanel”. 1st Annual Rural Research Workshop, Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation. Ottawa, Ontario. May 5.
  • “Northern BC’s Community Development Future”. Leader’s Forum, BC New Democratic Party, Prince George, BC, October 22
  • Part of academic panel for Ministry of Community and Rural Development, on BC’s Rural Strategy, Victoria BC, May 11-12.
  • 2010 “Strategies of local community development in periods of global 2009 “Upper Fraser Historical Geography Project – looking to the past to inform the present” Panel presentation, Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC, Prince George, Sept 19.
  • 2008 “Research and Relevance: The Community Development Institute at UNBC”, panel presentation at the BC Real Estate Foundation’s Reversing the Tide Conference, Prince George, BC, October 6-8.
  • 2008 “Working framework for economic emergencies for smaller municipalities”, panel presentation at the BC Real Estate Foundation’s Reversing the Tide Conference, Prince George, BC, October 6-8.
  • 2008 Panel Speaker – “Will the forests and ecosystems continue to provide the economic benefits, timber and non-timber products, and ecological and cultural goods and services that we are accustomed to and expect from our forests?" FORREX Mountain Pine Beetle Conference, UNBC, June 10-11.
  • 2004 Panel Speaker – “Canada’s Role as a Northern Nation and the Possibility of  Circumpolar”, with Her Excellency Adrienne Clarkson, UNBC, October 6, 2004.
  • 2004 Panel Speaker - Regional Community Economic Development Networking Event hosted by the Community Economic Development Centre, Simon Fraser University, Terrace, BC, June 16.
  • 2004 Panel Speaker - Author meets critics session for Maureen Reed, “Taking stands: Gender and the politics of social sustainability in British Columbia’s temperate rain forest”, Canadian Association of Geographers annual meeting, May 28-June 4. 
  • 2004 Panel Speaker - ‘Building Innovative Solutions’ Managing for Tomorrow: Resource- Based Communities & the Environment, Prince George, BC, May 6-8.
  • 2003 Panel Speaker - “Building community in an instant town: a modern frontier tale”,  Vancouver Opera Association, Vancouver, BC, October.
  • 2003 ‘Special Panel on Geographic Education’ special session at annual meetings of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Prince George, BC.
  • 2002  Discussant - ‘Exploring the places and cultural landscape of exurbia: Perception, meaning and design’ special session at annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Toronto, Ontario.
  • 2002 Panel Speaker - ‘Evaluating our successes: Canadian Research Chairs in Geography Speak Out’ special session at annual meetings of the Canadian Association of  Geographers, Toronto, Ontario.
  • 2000 Featured panel speaker  - “Cottage Country in Transition, by Greg Halseth - Author meets Critics Book Discussion”. Annual meetings of the Association of American Geographers, New York, New York.
  • 2000 Panel Speaker – “Examples from British Columbia – Community Development Discussion Panel”. Rural Communities and Identities in the Global Millennium, Nanaimo, BC.
  • 1995 Panel Speaker - “Design of North American Rural Economies in the 21st Century”. Annual meetings of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, Illinois.

Other Articles and Major Reports

  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. 2013. Tracking the Social and Economic Transformation Process in Kitimat, BC: Interim Summary Report.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. 2013. Tracking the Social and Economic Transformation Process in Kitimat, BC: Methodology Report.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Kusch, K., and Halseth, G. 2013. A Review of Socio-Economic Characteristics in the Kitimat Area.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Roy, D., and Halseth, G. 2013. An Inventory of Community and Economic Development Strategies and Plans in the Kitimat Area.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Bell, D., Ryser, L., Good, J., Pinchbeck, G., MacQuarrie, E., Chingee, K., Rajput, A., Kusch, K., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2013. On the Move: Employment Related Geographic Mobility – A Review of Socio-Economic Characteristics in Mackenzie.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Bell, D., Pinchbeck, G., Rajput, A., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2013. On the Move: Community Impacts of Long Distance Labour Commuting. Summary Report for Mackenzie, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Pinchbeck, G., Chingee, K., Bell, D., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2013. On the Move: Mitigating Impacts – A Local Workers’ Perspective. Summary Report for Williams Lake, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Pinchbeck, G., Chingee, K., Bell, D., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2013. On the Move: Mitigating Impacts – A Long Distance Labour Commuting Workers’ Perspective. Summary Report for Williams Lake, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Pinchbeck, G., Chingee, K., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2013. On the Move: Community Impacts of Long Distance Labour Commuting. Summary Report for Williams Lake, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Good, J., MacQuarrie, E., Ryser, L., Chingee, K., Rajput, A., Kusch, K., Halseth, G., Hanlon, N., Skinner, M., and Joseph, A. 2013.  The Transformative Role of Voluntarism in Aging Resource Communities: A Review of Socio-Economic Characteristics in Tumbler Ridge, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Good, J., Roy, D., Ryser, L., Rajput, A., Chingee, K., MacQuarrie, E., Kusch, K., Halseth, G., Hanlon, N., Skinner, M., and Joseph, A. 2013.  The Transformative Role of Voluntarism in Aging Resource Communities: A Review of Socio-Economic Characteristics in Quesnel, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Roy, D., MacQuarrie, E., Skinner, M., Halseth, G., Hanlon, G., and Joseph, A. 2013. The Transformative Role of Voluntarism in Aging Resource Communities: Final Report for Quesnel, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Roy, D., MacQuarrie, E., Skinner, M., Halseth, G., Hanlon, G., and Joseph, A. 2013. The Transformative Role of Voluntarism in Aging Resource Communities: Final Report for Tumbler Ridge, BC.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Community Development Institute. 2013. Planning Future Strategic Directions: A Socio-Economic Profile for the Village of Burns Lake.  Prepared for the United Way of Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.  Note: reports were also prepared for Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St. James, Fort St. John, Fraser Lake, Granisle, Hazelton, Houston, Hudson’s Hope, Kitimat, Mackenzie, Masset, McBride, New Hazelton, Northern Rockies, Port Clements, Port Edward, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Queen Charlotte, Quesnel, Smithers, Telkwa, Terrace, Tumbler Ridge, Valemount, and Vanderhoof.
  • Morris, M., Evans, H. and Halseth, G. 2013. Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Prince Rupert. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Morris, M., Evans, H. and Halseth, G. 2013. Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Terrace. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Morris, M., Evans, H. and Halseth, G. 2013. Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Kitimat. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Morris, M., Evans, H. and Halseth, G. 2013. Dialogues on Readiness: Preparing for Industrial Development in Northern BC Communities: Prince George. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Morris, M, Karjala, M. and Halseth, G., 2013. District of Tumbler Ridge Sustainability Plan: Housing and Income. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Morris, M, Karjala, M. and Halseth, G. 2013. District of Tumbler Ridge Sustainability Plan: Health, Social Services, and Safety. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, G., Markey, S. and Manson, D. 2013. Australia Skills Project - Becoming a Source Region for Skilled Workers: Overview Report. A report to James Cook University, School of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. Community Development Institute: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Manson, D. and Halseth, G. 2012. Meeting the Future on Our Own Terms: Final Report of the Northern BC Economic Vision and Strategy Project II (NEV2). Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Manson, D., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. 2012. The Clearwater Age-Friendly Community Plan. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For District of Clearwater.
  • Manson, D., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. 2012. Socio-Economic Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For District of Clearwater.
  • Manson, D., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. 2012. Inventory Guide. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For District of Clearwater.
  • Manson, D., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. 2012. Interview Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For District of Clearwater.
  • Manson, D., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. 2012. Community Survey Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For District of Clearwater.
  • Ryser, L., Schwamborn, J., and Halseth, G. 2012. Lessons from Economic Upswings: A Case Study of the Peace River Region. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For Kitimat-Terrace Industrial Development Society.
  • Ryser, L., Schwamborn, J., and Halseth, G. 2012. Lessons from Economic Upswings: Summary Theme Tables. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For Kitimat-Terrace Industrial Development Society.
  • Rajput, A., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. 2012. A Historical Guide of Recent Events across the Peace River Regional District: 2000-2012. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For Kitimat-Terrace Industrial Development Society.
  • Ryser, L., Schwamborn, J., and Halseth, G. 2012. An Inventory of Community and Economic Development Strategies and Plans across the Peace River and Northern Rockies. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. For Kitimat-Terrace Industrial Development Society.
  • Ryser, L., Rajput, A., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2012. Assessing the Scale of Long Distance Labour Commuting in Mackenzie, BC. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Rajput, A., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2012. Contrasting Pathways with Long Distance Labour Commuting in Mackenzie, BC. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Rajput, A., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2012. Hollowing Out the Community: Community Impacts of Extended Long Distance Labour Commuting. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Rajput, A., Halseth, G., and Markey, S. 2012. Long Distance Labour Commuting Contributions to Community Capacity in Mackenzie, BC. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, G. and Murphy, M. 2012. Social Science Lab Management Recommendations. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.  Report for UNBC Vice-President, Research.
  • Ryser, L., Schwamborn, J., and Halseth, G. 2012.  Exploring Rural Poverty: Pilot Project Summary Report.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Schwamborn, J., and Halseth, G. 2012.  A Review of Socio-Economic Characteristics in the Robson and Canoe Valleys.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Schwamborn, J., and Halseth, G. 2012.  Exploring Rural Poverty: Pilot Project Methodology Report.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.  Horn. C., R. Gerow, G. Halseth, S. Markey, C. Scott, J. Beaton, F. Sparvier. 2012.  Gap Analysis Research Project. Kamloops, BC: Eagle Spirit Community Solutions in cooperation with the Aboriginal Business Services Network Society.
  • Horn. C., R. Gerow, G. Halseth, S. Markey, C. Scott, J. Beaton, F. Sparvier. 2012. Listing of Organizations Providing Services to Aboriginal Entrepreneurs in British Columbia. Kamloops, BC: Eagle Spirit Community Solutions in cooperation with the Aboriginal Business Services Network Society.
  • Horn. C., R. Gerow, G. Halseth, S. Markey, C. Scott, J. Beaton, F. Sparvier. 2012. Literature Review for the Gap Analysis Study of Services to Aboriginal Entrepreneurs in British Columbia. Kamloops, BC: Eagle Spirit Community Solutions in cooperation with the Aboriginal Business Services Network Society.
  • Horn. C., R. Gerow, G. Halseth, S. Markey, C. Scott, J. Beaton, F. Sparvier .2012.  Inventory of Programs and Services for Aboriginal Entrepreneurs in British Columbia. Kamloops, BC: Eagle Spirit Community Solutions in cooperation with the Aboriginal Business Services Network Society.
  • Horn. C., R. Gerow, G. Halseth, S. Markey, C. Scott, J. Beaton, F. Sparvier. 2012.  Appendix 4: Survey Instruments and Related Documents. Kamloops, BC: Eagle Spirit Community Solutions in cooperation with the Aboriginal Business Services Network Society.
  • Morris, M., G. Halseth, L. Ryser. 2012. Port Moody Public Library Community Needs Assessment. Vancouver, BC: In collaboration with Marleen Morris & Associates.
  • Morris, M., G. Halseth, L. Ryser. 2012. Society of Hope Governance Plan. Vancouver, BC: In collaboration with Marleen Morris & Associates.
  • Schwamborn, J., L. Ryser, K. Kusch, G. Halseth. 2012. Economic Growth and Housing Pressures in Select Northern BC Towns: Summary Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. Prepared for BC Housing.
  • Schwamborn, J., L. Ryser, N. Hanlon and G. Halseth. 2011. Dimensions of Voluntarism in Aging Resource Towns: Preliminary Scan of Quesnel, BC. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Schwamborn, J., L. Ryser, N. Hanlon and G. Halseth. 2011. Dimensions of Voluntarism in Aging Resource Towns: Preliminary Scan of Tumbler Ridge, BC. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Manson, D., L. Ryser and G. Halseth. 2011. Embracing our Past – Building our Future: A Community Development Framework for Future Strategic Planning for Laxgalts’ap Village Council. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Manson, D., L. Ryser and G. Halseth. 2011. Embracing our Past – Building our Future: A Community Development Framework for Future Strategic Planning for Laxgalts’ap Village Council – Appendices. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, G., D. Manson, and L. Ryser. 2011. A Community for People of all Ages and Stages of Life - District of Clearwater 2011 Community Economic Development Plan - Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, G., D. Manson, and L. Ryser. 2011. A Community for People of all Ages and Stages of Life - District of Clearwater 2011 Community Economic Development Plan - Appendices. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., J. Schwamborn, G. Halseth and S. Markey. 2011. Working ‘away’: Community & Family Impacts of Long Distance Labour Commuting in Mackenzie, BC. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, G. and J. Schwamborn. 2010. Foundations of Cottage Culture: Master Report from a Survey of Cottage Owners at Norman Lake, British Columbia. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Halseth, G. and J. Schwamborn. 2010. Foundations of Cottage Culture: Summary Report from a Survey of Cottage Owners at Norman Lake, British Columbia. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Schwamborn, J. and G. Halseth. 2010. Foundations of Cottage Culture: Methodology Report from a Survey of Cottage Owners at Norman Lake, British Columbia. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Giesbrecht, K., Skinner, M., Halseth, G., Hanlon, N. and Joseph, A. 2010. Voluntarism, Ageing and Place: A Critical Review. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2010). A Primer For Understanding Issues Around Rural Poverty. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, G. and Manson, D. (2009). United Way of Northern BC Planning Future Strategic Directions: Addressing Service Gaps - Methodology Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L. and Manson, D. (2009). United Way of Northern BC Planning Future Strategic Directions: Addressing Service Gaps - Northern BC Summary Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Watanabe, R.R. and Halseth, G. (2009). Video Conferencing in McBride Secondary School: A Report Of Building Rural Educational Capacity. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.Ryser, L., Kusch, K., Manson, D. and Halseth, G. (2009). Population Background and Trends Report: Northern British Columbia Service Industry Sector Study.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Kusch, K., and Halseth, G. (2009). Extracting the Value Report: Northern British Columbia Service Industry Sector Study.  Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Kearns, A. and Halseth, G. (2008). Future Forest Products and Fibre Use Backgrounder: Non-Timber Forest Resources – Information Compedium. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Kearns, A. and Halseth, G. (2008).Future Forest Products and Fibre Use Backgrounder: Non-Timber Forest Resources – Overview. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Matte, A., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. (2008). Gap Analysis of Networks in OBAC Communities. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Robinson, R. and Halseth, G. (2008). OBAC First Nations Organizational Compendium. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, G., Killam, S., and Manson, D. (2008). Working framework for economic emergencies for smaller local governments. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Matte, A., Kusch, K., White, M., and Halseth, G. (2008). Service Gap Analysis of OBAC Communities. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Matte, A., Ryser, L., and Halseth,G. (2008).Gap Analysis of Government Documents in OBAC Communities. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Kusch, K., Ryser, L., Matte, A., White, M., and Halseth, G. (2008). A Network Tool for Burns Lake. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. (also available for Smithers, Burns Lake, Houston, Vanderhoof, Mackenzie, McBride, Valemount, Fraser Lake, Fort St. James)
  • Matte, A., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. (2008). A Government Documentation Tool for Burns Lake. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. (also available for Smithers, Burns Lake, Houston, Vanderhoof, Mackenzie, McBride, Valemount, Fraser Lake, Fort St. James)
  • Halseth, G., Kusch, K., Ryser, L., Kearns, A., Helm, C. and Price D. (2008) Availability of Care Services: Comparative Study Report for Tumbler Ridge. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Manson, D. and Halseth, G. (2008) North First Initiative: Building Towards a Northern BC Community Research and Development Cluster. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Ryser, L., Crain, J., Curry, R., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2008). Northern Medical Program Impact Study 2007: Final Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Crain, J. and Curry, R. (2008). Distributed/Rural Medical Education in North America: Profiles of Select Institutions. Prince George, BC: Prepared for UNBC’s Community Development Institute as a Resource for the Northern Medical Program Impact Study, 2007.
  • Crain, J., Ryser, L., Curry, R., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2008). Northern Medical Program Impact Study 2007: Methodology Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Fields, K., Van De Keere, L., Hanlon, N., and Halseth, G. (2008). The Experiences of Occupational Therapists Practicing in Rural and Remote Communities in Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, G. and Manson, D. (2008). District of Hudson’s Hope  Seniors’ Needs Dialogue – Summary Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Halseth, G. Kusch, K., Ryser, L. and Kearns, A. (2008). Availability of Care Services Comparative Study Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, G. and Hanlon, N. (2008). Tumbler Ridge Mayor’s Task Force on Seniors’ Needs - Final Report on Focus Groups. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L. and Halseth, G. (2008). Seniors’ Needs Assessment: Key Issues Summary Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, G. and Hanlon, N. (2008). Tumbler Ridge Mayor’s Task Force on Seniors’ Needs - Final Survey Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, University of Northern British Columbia. 
  • Giesbrecht, K., Halseth, G., Hanlon, N. and LeBourdais, J. (2007). Integrated Study of the Social Determinants of Rural Health – Care Mapping: 2007 Interim Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Reschny, J. , Van De Keere, L., Hoffman, C., Manson, D., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2007). Peace River Regional District Seniors’ Needs Project: Seniors’ Survey Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Hoffman, C., Halseth, R., Manson, D., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2007). Peace River Regional District Seniors’ Needs Project: Population Background and Trends Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC
  • Reschny, J. , Hoffman, C., Manson, D., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2007). Peace River Regional District Seniors’ Needs Project: Methodology Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Hoffman, C., Van De Keere, L., Manson, D., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2007). Peace River Regional District Seniors’ Needs Project: Roundtable Theme Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC
  • Halseth, G., Manson, D., and Reschny, J. (2007). Our Future in Motion: Old Massett Village Council 5 year Human Resources Strategic Plan. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Halseth, G., Manson, D., and Reschny, J. (2007). Our Future in Motion: Old Massett Village Council 5 year Human Resources Strategic Plan - Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Halseth, G., Manson, D., and Reschny, J. (2007). Our Future in Motion: Old Massett Village Council 5 year Human Resources Strategic Plan - Appendices. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Halseth, G., Manson, D., and Reschny, J. (2007). Our Future in Motion: Old Massett Village Council 5 year Human Resources Strategic Plan – Education Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Hoffman, C., Martin, C., Fraser, C., Van De Keere, L., Ryser, L., Halseth, G. and Hanlon, N.  (2006). Fort St. John and Area Seniors’ Needs Project: Interview Themes Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Hoffman, C., Martin, C., Halseth, G. and Hanlon, N.  (2006). Fort St. John and Area Seniors’ Needs Project: Methodology Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Doddridge, J., Van De Keere, L., Hoffman, C., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2006). Fort St. John and Area Seniors’ Needs Project: Population Background and Trends Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Doddridge, J., Hoffman, C., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2006). Fort St. John and Area Seniors’ Survey Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (2006). Innovative Services and Voluntary Organizations: Project Report. Montreal, QC: Initiative on the New Economy, project of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Concordia University.
  • Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (2006). Innovative Services and Voluntary Organizations: Executive Summary Report. Montreal, QC: Initiative on the New Economy, project of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Concordia University.
  • Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (2006) Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: A Report for Mackenzie, British Columbia. Montreal, QC: Initiative on the New Economy, project of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Concordia University.
  • Halseth, G. and Ryser, L. (2006) Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: A Report for Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. Montreal, QC: Initiative on the New Economy, project of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Concordia University.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L., Kusch, K., Hoffman, C., and Durkee, S. (2006) Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada: A Report for Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. Montreal, QC: Initiative on the New Economy, project of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Concordia University.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L., Kusch, K., Hoffman, C., and Durkee, S. (2006) Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada: A Report for Mackenzie, British Columbia. Montreal, QC: Initiative on the New Economy, project of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Concordia University.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L., Martin, C., and Hanlon, N. (2006). Terrace and Area SeniorsÕ Needs Project: Executive Summary Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Ryser, L., Martin, C., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2006). Terrace and Area SeniorsÕ Needs Project: Methodology Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Ryser, L., Halseth, R., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2006). Terrace and Area SeniorsÕ Needs Project: Population Background and Trends Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L., Martin, C., and Hanlon, N. (2006). Terrace and Area SeniorsÕ Needs Project Final Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute, UNBC.
  • McCracken, M., Tsetso, K., Jean, B., Young, K., Huxter, D., Halseth, G., and Green, M. (2005). Seniors in Rural and Remote Canada: Position Paper. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Rural Partnership, Advisory Committee on Rural Issues, Government of Canada (http://www.rural.gc.ca/acri/seniors_e.phtml)
  • McCracken, M., Tsetso, K., Jean, B., Young, K., Huxter, D., Halseth, G., and Green, M. (2005). Seniors in Rural and Remote Canada: Position Paper. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Rural Partnership, Advisory Committee on Rural Issues, Government of Canada (http://www.rural.gc.ca/acri/seniors_e.phtml)
  • Halseth, Greg (2005) “The mountain pine beetle epidemic and BC First Nations”, BC First Nations and the Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemic: Developing a Strategy and Action Plan & Implementing the New Relationship, Civic Centre, Prince George, BC, September 19-20, p. 6.
  • Procyk, A., Tobin, P., Goodenough, R., Cudmore, M., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2005). Integrated Study of the Social Determinants of Rural Health: 2005 Interim Report. Prince George, BC: Geography Program, UNBC.
  • Halseth, G. (2005) Northern BC Tourism and Development Foundation Project. Vancouver, BC: Western Economic Diversification Canada.
  • Ryser, L., Reschny, J., Buttar, O., Pow, V., and Halseth, G. (2005). Community Services and Quality of Life in McBride and Valemount, BC - 2004 Report. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Canada Research Chair in Rural and Small Town Studies.
  • Halseth, G., Ryser, L., and Durkee, S. (2005). Shopping and Commuting Patterns in the Northwest Region, BC: Final Report. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Canada Research Chair in Rural and Small Town Studies.
  • Halseth, Greg and Ryser, L. (2005). Initiative on the New Economy Ð Innovative Services and Voluntary Organizations: Interim Report. Montreal, QC: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Ryser, L., Buttar, O., Halseth, R., and Halseth, G. (2004). Innovative Services and Voluntary Organizations: 2004 Summary Report for McBride and Valemount, BC. Prince George, BC: Canada Research Chair in Rural and Small Town Studies, Geography Program.
  • Bruce, David, Ryser, L., and Halseth, G. (2004). Economic Development Framework of Small Communities in Canada: Phase Three: Framework to Document Small Communities Ð Literature Review. Ottawa, ON: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
  • Clasby, R., Hanlon, N., Halseth, G., and Pow, V. (2004) Mackenzie and Area Seniors’ Needs Project: Seniors’ Housing and Support Services Database Compendium. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Geography Program.
  • Clasby, R., Hanlon, N., and Halseth, G. (2004) “Looking to the Future, Now”: Mackenzie and Area Seniors Needs Project — Background Literature Report. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Geography Program.
  • Clasby, R., Halseth, G., and Hanlon, N. (2004) “Looking to the Future, Now”: Mackenzie and Area Seniors Needs Project — Population Background and Trends Report. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Geography Program.
  • Halseth, G., Hanlon, N., Pow, V., and Clasby, R. (2004) “Looking to the Future, Now”: Mackenzie and Area Seniors Needs Project — Executive Summary. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Geography Program.
  • Halseth, G., Hanlon, N., Pow, V., and Clasby, R. (2004) “Looking to the Future, Now”: Mackenzie and Area Seniors Needs Project — Final Report. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Geography Program.
  • Halseth, G., Lax, L., Manson, D., Buttar, O., and Markey, S. (2004) The Connected North: Moving from northern strength to northern strength — A report from the Northern Economic Vision and Strategy Project. Vancouver, BC: Prepared for Western Economic Diversification Canada.
  • Halseth, G., Lax, L., Manson, D., Buttar, O., and Markey, S. (2004) The Connected North: Moving from northern strength to northern strength — A report from the Northern Economic Vision and Strategy Project - Appendices. Vancouver, BC: Prepared for Western Economic Diversification Canada.
  • David Bruce, Greg Halseth, and Laura Ryser (2004) Economic Development Framework for Small Communities in Canada: Phase 2: Economic Clustering Approaches for Small Communities. Ottawa: Ontario, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
  • David Bruce, Greg Halseth, and Kelly Giesbrecht (2004) Economic Development Framework for Small Communities in Canada: Phase 1: An inventory of “small” communities. Ottawa: Ontario, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
  • Greg Halseth, Nora King, and Laura Ryser (2004) Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada: A Report for Mackenzie, British Columbia. Montreal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Greg Halseth, Nora King, and Laura Ryser (2004) Communication Tools and Resources in Rural Canada: A Report for Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. Montreal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Pow, V., Halseth, G., and Hanlon,N. (2004) “Looking to the Future, Now”: Mackenzie and Area Seniors Needs Project — Methodology Report. Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia, Geography Program.
  • Laura Ryser and Greg Halseth (2003) A Historical Guide to Local Events Through Newspapers: Summary for the McBride-Valemount Region, 1970-2002. Prince George, BC: Unpublished report, Geography Program, University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Greg Halseth and Annie Booth (2003) Making public participation more effective: Lessons learned from BC’s resource management processes. Prince George, BC: Unpublished report for the BC Resources Communities Project, University of Northern British Columbia. Available online HERE
  • Greg Halseth and Laura Ryser (2003) Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: Cross Canada Summary Report. Montreal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Greg Halseth and Laura Ryser (2003) Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: Tumbler Ridge, BC. Montreal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Greg Halseth and Laura Ryser (2003) Service Provision in Rural and Small Town Places: Mackenzie, BC. Montreal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Greg Halseth (2003) Applying the 'Rural Lens' principles to the Kyoto Accord. Policy recommendations to Secretary of State for Rural Affairs, Ottawa: Covernment of Canada.
  • Greg Halseth and Kelly Giesbrecht (2003) Public Participation in Resource Management: The Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board. Volume One: Final Report. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia's Northern Land Use Institute.
  • Halseth, Greg and Kelly Giesbrecht (2003) Public Participation in Resource Management: The Bulkley Valley Community Resources Board. Volume Two: Appendices. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia's Northern Land Use Institute.
  • Andra Bismanis, Michelle MacGregor, Stephen Dewhurst and Greg Halseth (2003) A Guide for Managers and Researchers —Incorporating Forest History into Sustainable Forest Management. A report for Forest Renewal BC. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Stefanie Desjardins, Greg Halseth, Patrice Leblanc, and Laura Ryser (2002) Services, Social Cohesion, and Social Capital: A Literature Review. Montreal: Concordia University, New Rural Economy Project.
  • Dewhurst, Stephen, Michelle MacGregor and Greg Halseth (2002) Developing Spatial and Temporal Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management in Northern British Columbia Using Historical Documentation - Final Project Report. A report for Forest Renewal BC. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Halseth, Greg and Laura Ryser (2002) Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Summary Report. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services.
  • Halseth, Greg and Laura Ryser (2002) Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Methodology Report. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services.
  • Halseth, Greg and Laura Ryser (2002) Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Report on New ‘Tools' for Community Economic Development. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services.
  • Halseth, Greg and Laura Ryser (2002) Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Socio-Economic Profile Report. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services.
  • Halseth, Greg and Laura Ryser (2002) Tumbler Ridge Community Transition Survey 2001 - Report on Perceptions of Community, Services, and Programming Needs. Tumbler Ridge: District of Tumbler Ridge, UNBC Northern Land Use Institute, Community Transition Branch of the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services.
  • Bruce, David and Greg Halseth (2001) The Long Run Role of Institutions in Fostering Community Economic Development: A Comparison of Leading and Lagging Rural Communities. Montreal: New Rural Economy project, Canadian Rural Restructuring Foundation.
  • Halseth, Greg and Lana Sullivan (2000) Implications of Changing Commuting Patterns on Resource Town Sustainability: The example of Mackenzie, British Columbia. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia's Norhtern Land Use Institute.
  • Greg Halseth and Annie Booth (1999) Recommendations for Public Participation in the New Forest Economy. A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Booth, Annie and Greg Halseth (1999) Discussion Paper on Concepts: Citizen Participation in Resource Management. A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Booth, Annie and Greg Halseth (1999) A Case Study of Six British Columbia Communities and Their Participation in Resource Management Decision-Making. A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Booth, Annie and Greg Halseth (1999) The Natural Resources and Community Workbook. A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Greg Halseth and Annie Booth (1999) Updated Report and Analysis on a Questionnaire Survey of Residents in Six British Columbia Communities. A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Bruce, David, Paul Jordan and Greg Halseth (1999) The Role of Voluntary Sector Organizations in Rural Canada: Impacts of Changing Availability of Operational and Program Funding. New Rural Economy project, Canadian Rural Restructuring Foundation and the Human Resources Development Canada.
  • Booth, Annie and Greg Halseth (1998) Citizen Participation in Resource Management - Community Participation and the New Forest Economy Series - An Annotated Bibliography (2nd edition). A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Booth, Annie and Greg Halseth (1998) Community and Sustainability - Community Participation and the New Forest Economy Series - An Annotated Bibliography (2nd edition). A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Booth, Annie and Greg Halseth (1998) British Columbia Models of Community Participation and Examples of Management - Community Participation and the New Forest Economy Series - An Annotated Bibliography (2nd edition). A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Greg Halseth and Annie Booth (1998) Discussion Paper on Concepts: "Community Economic Development". A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
  • Greg Halseth and Annie Booth (1997) Discussion Paper on Concepts: "Community". A report for the BC Resources Communities Project. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.