Characteristics of Arctic and Sub-Arctic areas in the Canadian North
Canada is a country defined by regionalism. According to Robert M. Bone in The Regional Geography of Canada there are six regions in Canada. They are: Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Western Canada, British Colombia and the Territorial North(Bone 5). In some ways these regions are based more on economic and political criteria then geographic similarity.
To prove this argument we will examine the region that Bone refers to as the Territorial North. It will be clearly demonstrated that the Territorial North is not a homogenous region. Instead it can be divided into two different areas. These areas are the Arctic and Sub-Arctic areas. By looking at the...
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