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RADF Invests Another $5.3M in Rural Projects

May 5, 2010

Rural Alberta's Development Fund (RADF) announced today that it has invested another $5.3M in seven new rural projects ranging from volunteerism to business development. Today's announcement includes:

  • $1M to develop a bio-economy in the Drayton Valley area
  • $1.2M to help establish Alberta as a world leader in wind energy
  • $993,160 to bring online career development to rural students
  • $881,125 to build more leadership and community capacity in rural Alberta
  • $577,676 to train rural health professionals in critical care and transport medicine$380,000 to create an online education program for rural Alberta coaches
  • $235,000 to develop a composite train grading and optimized custom grain shipping operation in east-central Alberta

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