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This volume explores Canada as a country of regions, revealing its cultural, economic, and physical diversity. While physical and historical geography have traditionally played a central role in the study of Canadian geography, this study gives more weight to the coverage of contemporary economic and social factors which have transformed the spatial fabric of Canada's landscape. The most powerful global event affecting Canada and its regions has been the liberalization of world of world trade. This new edition includes a CD-Rom with student resources and a computerized test file.
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Robert Martin Bone is a professor emeritus at the University of Saskatchewan. He has published numerous papers in scholarly publications and is a fellow of both the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and the Arctic Institute of North America. Dr. Bone holds a membership in a number of professional institutions, including the Canadian Association of Geographers and the Association of American Geographers. He is currently working with the Lac La Ronge Indian Band in northern Saskatchewan on issues of economic development, population growth and mobility, and health issues related to mobility and employment. Professor Bone has undertaken considerable field research in northern Canada and has visited northern Scandinavia and Siberia.Review:
"Comprehensive in scope; current in terms of coverage; exceptionally well-illustrated; and highly readable" --Walter Peace, McMaster University
"The book covers physical, cultural, economic, urban, and historical elements that ground students in many realms of geography. For students who want details the text has [them]. For students who want to acquire a general understanding of Canada, without complex analyses, it delivers." --Michele Wiens, Simon Fraser University and University of British Columbia
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