impact of exurbanite settlement in rural areas a case study in the Ottawa-Montreal axis /James D. McRae.. -- by James D. McRae

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Published by Lands Directorate, 1981. in [Ottawa] .

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  • Urban-rural migration -- Canada -- Case studies,
  • Land use -- Ontario -- Case studies,
  • Land use -- Quebec (Province) -- Case studies

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vii, 88 p. : ill., col. map. -- Bibliography: p. 79-88.

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SeriesWorking paper -- no. 22
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Open LibraryOL21366555M

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