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P What is urban? - Define the following: Urban - Rural - Urbanization - Urban fringe - U Q. a, b, copy 15.3, 4 Q a) 3 provinces, highest population 1n 1991 * British Colombia * Alberta * Ontario * 3 provinces, lowest population in 1991 * P.E.I * Nova Scotia * New found land * b) Provinces which become more urbanized in 1971 - 1991 * British Columbia * Alberta * Saskatchewan * Manitoba * P.E.I * Q.4 Toronto 6,210,654 Montreal 3,761,550 Vancouver 2,506,000 Ottawa-Hull 1,505,740 Edmonton 1,482,610 1 Site selection - Q. 10, 12, 13 Q 10 a) City Reason (#) Niagara falls, ON (6) a location of particular scenic beauty Halifax, NS (4) A point where rivers meet is a good place to trade Calgary, AB (8) A center position in agricultural region good for service center - gaptown Thunder bay, ON (5) goods can be transported Regina, SK (8) A center position in agricultural region good for service center - gaptown Winnipeg, MB
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(5) goods can be transported Sudbury, ON (3) resource Vancouver, BC (7) deep harbors good port
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2009 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Wilis during the Fall '08 term at Academy of Art University.

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