The Form of Cities in Central Canada: Selected Papers
Do Canadian cities have a distinctive form? How has this form evolved over time; and what has been the impact of growth, transportation changes and differing lifestyles on the contemporary Canadian urban environment? The research summarized in the present volume is directed at these kinds of questions. This book is an anthology of research papers and reports building around a common theme: urban development in Central Canada. Within this context, specific interests focus on the spatial structure of the city, land use distributions, patterns of population density and intercity migration, networks of interaction, communities, and lives. This collection of papers will be of interest as a general reference which is not just descriptive, but one which includes a range of examples of analytical approaches. As such it is also designed as a contribution to the growing literature on urban research and policy formulation in Canada.
(University of Toronto Department of Geography Research Publications 12)
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 258 pages
- Dimensions: 6.1in x 0.6in x 9.0in
Larry S. Bourne is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Geography and former Director of the Centre for Urban and Community Studies at the University of Toronto.
Ross D. MacKinnon was Associate Professor of the Department of Geography at the University of Toronto.
James W. Simmons is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Geography at the University of Toronto.
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