Geography: Is Canada Just a Bunch of Regions?

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Essay #: 061314
Total text length is 6,425 characters (approximately 4.4 pages).

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The beginning:
Geography: Is Canada Just a Bunch of Regions?
The obvious question that is asked when people look closely at Canada and consider its various tensions and conflicts (and its uncertain future) is whether or not Canada can simply be described as merely a bunch of regions. This paper will explore whether or not Canada can simply be described as a bunch of regions and will look also at how Canada’s unique geography has been shaped by both physical and human factors. In the end, Canada’s regions are often defined by their geography, but the railway and the complex infrastructure of the country – obviously man-made inventions – are examples of the national geography being bent and shaped by human will and not just by physical alterations caused...
The end:
.....red that the northern reaches of Canada have remained relatively pristine to this day – though their security must always remain uncertain in a world where humans frequently mistreat the natural world.
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