LIBRANNI, an annual publication for alumni of the Ontario Agricultural College, recently profiled a story on regional development emerging from research conducted by University of Guelph researchers Dr. Ryan Gibson, Dr. Sarah Minnes, and Prof. David Douglas. The LIBRANNI article shares information that emerged from the recent publication called The Theory, Practice, and Potentials of Regional Development: The Case of Canada. The book highlights a multi-year research initiative led by Dr. Kelly Vodden (Grenfell Campus, Memorial University) that examined how rural regions were adapting to change in five regions of Canada. You can read the full article on the new regionalism book at