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Ottawa and the Outer Provinces

Ottawa and the Outer Provinces

The Challenge of Regional Integration in Canada

By Stephen Tomblin

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Preface
One: Shifting Boundaries and Regional Integration
Two: The Quest to Create a Nation
Three: The Atlantic Region of Canada
Four: The Prairie/Western Regions of Canada
Five: British Columbia: A Distinct Economic Zone?
Six: Future Patterns of Cooperation
Notes
Index

Preface
One: Shifting Boundaries and Regional Integration
Two: The Quest to Create a Nation
Three: The Atlantic Region of Canada
Four: The Prairie/Western Regions of Canada
Five: British Columbia: A Distinct Economic Zone?
Six: Future Patterns of Cooperation
Notes
Index

"...his views are provocative and raise interesting questions about the ability of harsh economic realities to overwhelm political and institutional resistance."

- David K. Stewart Canadian Journal of Political Science

"Tomblin's further research on transborder integration in North America's peripheries will be awaited with interest."

- Garth Stevenson Canadian Historical Review

"If Canada is shifting toward a more decentralized federation -- as seems certain however Quebec votes -- there will be pressure for an Atlantic union of the four provinces and Tomblin, a Newfoundland academic, examines its likelihood and its pros and cons."

- Douglas Fisher Toronto Sun

"[Tomblin provides a valuable regional perspective on the history of national development policies..."

- Norman J. Ruff B.C. Studies

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 216 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 1995
ISBN: 9781550284768
Format: 9in x 6in

BIC Code: 1KBC, HBJK, RP
BISAC Code:  HIS006000, POL026000
Imprint: Lorimer


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