Resource Development: Territorial/Provincial North (Canada)


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Essay #: 061310
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Resource Development: Territorial/Provincial North (Canada)
The next several pages compares and contrasts the territorial north and the provincial north of Canada with respect to their major resource development activities. To be more specific, the territorial north includes the Yukon and the Northwest Territories; the provincial north encompasses British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. The reason why Ontario and Quebec will not be included in this study is that these two provinces (especially Ontario) constitute the industrial and manufacturing engine of Canada and northern development projects are relatively less integral to their well-being; as well, space is simply limited. Looking at resource development in the Canadian...
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