Human Ecology and Development: Canada and the North American Region

  • Leonard O. Gertler
Part of the Frontiers in Human Ecology book series (FHE)

Abstract

From what I know about the impact of the Honourable Mr Dansons lecture, his presentation i-s a hard act to follow. I hope, however, that I will be able to reward your gracious tolerance of two Canadians speaking in succession, by attempting to draw out the implications of one of his central themes, namely Canada’s search for a national urban strategy.

Keywords

Migration Dioxide Depression Europe Shipping 

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