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Published: 04 June 2020

472 Pages | 50 Photos, 51 figures, 30 tables, 16 maps


ISBN: 9780199032693

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Canadian Cities in Transition

Understanding Contemporary Urbanism

Sixth Edition

Edited by Markus Moos, Tara Vinodrai, and Ryan Walker

  • Relevant — with a thematic focus on growth, transition, and inequality in Canadian cities, the sixth edition of CCIT engages with contemporary issues that are highly relevant to todays student
  • Comprehensive — provides both breadth and depth of insights into the complexity of the Canadian urban landscape, covering a range of introductory and advanced topics from small towns on the urban periphery to the largest cities
  • Engaging — filled with content to capture student interest and activate learning, including diverse case studies from across Canada, an expanded art program, and challenging end-of-chapter discussion questions
  • Canadian — the only undergraduate texts focused on Canadian urban issues, with chapters written by a diverse team of urban scholars