08 - provincial boundaries either. By creating a larger...

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Regionalism 29/01/2008 10:04:00 How does your regional identification change according to where you are and  who you are speaking too? Regionalism-territorialization of politics Where do the regions come from? Do political regions always have to be defined by a natural region, or natural  economic region? Defined by linguistic boundaries? When is it effective to use region as a factor to achieve a political goal? How are the politics of a region reinforced? With the regional diversity in Canada it needs to be managed. There are a number of mechanisms, some which fail and some that don’t. Regions in Canada can overlap with the provinces. And aren’t reducible to 
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Unformatted text preview: provincial boundaries either. By creating a larger region of Montreal, it would become more reflective of the majority, which would be francophone. 3 necessary things to understand about Canada A center and a peripheral Economic underpinnings of Quebec Hydro Dairy, agriculture Ontario? Diversified economy Martimes? Fishing based economy, although changing Immigration in Quebec Different story than prairie provinces, or Newfoundland or New Brunswick There are different economic realities that underpin the provinces There are different 29/01/2008 10:04:00 29/01/2008 10:04:00...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course POLI 222 taught by Professor Sholtz during the Winter '08 term at McGill.

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