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Published: 08 October 2009

448 Pages | numerous halftones, maps, line drawings, tables


ISBN: 9780195429909

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Canada: A Nation of Regions

Canada: A Nation of Regions

Second Edition

Brett McGillivray

  • Accessible. This lively and engaging introduction to the discipline minimizes jargon and provides glossary definitions in the margins where unfamiliar terms first appear.
  • New learning tools. Newly added features like discussion questions and further reading lists help students better understand material and also make review and further reading easier.
  • Rich visuals and data. Includes hundreds of clear and useful tables, graphs, and maps that illustrate key concepts with data drawn from the most up-to-date sources.
  • Local and global coverage. Students understand Canadian geography through an approach that divides Canada into seven regions and discusses core-periphery relationships on three levels (regional, national, international).
  • Up-to-date. Includes new data on climate change, the global economy and arctic sovereignty.

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