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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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