Growth Engines in Canada’s North

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Essay #: 061312
Total text length is 6,592 characters (approximately 4.5 pages).

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The beginning:
Growth Engines in Canada’s North
This paper identifies and discusses the major engines of growth in Canada’s North; the paper also notes specific regional variations. In the end, all of the northern regions appear dominated by certain extractive industries – though BC appears to have the most diverse and versatile northern economy. We can infer that oil and gas are important to Alberta; mining is vital to Manitoba, Saskatchewan and BC; and mining also appears dominant in the territories. Overall, the growth engines for these regions appear likely to remain the growth engines that have been in place for generations.
In a previous paper penned by this writer, some mention was made of the fact that hydroelectric development projects have...
The end:
.....urces; a couple are veritable monocultures.
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