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Mid-Canada development corridor a concept. by Acres Research and Planning Limited

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English


  • Natural resources -- Canada,
  • Canada -- Economic conditions -- 1945-,
  • Canada -- Economic policy

Book details:

LC ClassificationsHC113.5 A63 1969
The Physical Object
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17390909M

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Book Back; 0 Marked; Mark; Options Refworks Print Link Email Cite Request; Holdings. In. Robarts. Stacks. HCA63 Browse Shelf. In Mid-Canada development corridor; a concept. imprint [Toronto] [?] catalogue key. MARC View. Click here to . In the mind of its originator, Richard Rohmer, the "Mid-Canada Development Corridor" is a means of ensuring the continuation of a separate political entity on the North American continent.   The Mid-Canada Corridor: “If We Build It, They Will Stay” March 6, In an article just published in the Walrus, SvN Principal John van Nostrand makes the observation that, “Eighty percent of the Canadian population lives within km of our southern border. Our series By Design considers the Mid-Canada Corridor, home to up to 70 per cent of Canada's wealth but not a lot of its people. Map by Chris Brackley, based on original design by Pamela Ritchot.

  F orty-seven years ago, perhaps in the outsized spirit of E the retired major general and author Richard Rohmer put forward a bold proposal in Mid-Canada Development Corridor: A Concept. It described a vast landmass stretching from Newfoundland and Labrador across Quebec, Ontario, and the Prairies, to British Columbia and up through Northwest Territories and Yukon, Author: John Van Nostrand.   “The development corridor, as it is envisioned, is a belt that traverses Canada through its mid-North and northern regions, with a railway as its spine,” read a introductory pamphlet. “Within this belt will grow new towns, new industries, new highways, enlarged ocean ports, new agricultural areas and a new transportation grid for the whole of Canada,” it : Tristin Hopper.   The Maputo Development Corridor (MDC) was officially launched in May in Maputo by the presidents of South Africa and Mozambique. Within two years it has become known as the ‘most advanced international development corridor in Africa’ (Department of Transport, ).Cited by: /rdq)dflolw\ ghyhorsphqw +dug lqiudvwuxfwxuh,qvwlwxwlrqdo ghyhorsphqw dqg whfkqrorj\ wudqvihu 6riw lqiudvwuxfwxuh,qgxvwuldo 'hyhorsphqw 6rfldo 6hfwru.

John van Nostrand gave a presentation on the Mid-Canada Boreal Corridor at Northern Policy Institute’s Policy in a Pub event in Thunder Bay. Below is an extract from the published presentation. “There is, in Canada, a vast landmass that, by and large, is little talked about. It stretches from Newfoundland and Labrador to the Yukon, occupying the Continued.   The grandiose — but failed — s plan by an Ontario war hero to settle a 'second Canada' below the Arctic He had helped to take out German general Erwin Rommel, and Author: Tristin Hopper.   Planning expert, John van Nostrand, discusses the Mid-Canada Corridor during Northern Policy Institute's first Policy in a Pub event in Thunder Bay on . Contents. List of figures, tables and corridor maps v About Topic Guides vi Abbreviations and Acronyms vii Summary viii Glossary xi 1 Introduction to development corridors. 1. The origin of development corridors 1 Types of development corridor 1 Defining development corridors 2 Evolutionary stages of development corridors. 3. 2 Objectives of development corridors. 4File Size: 1MB.