Canadian Population and Northern Colonization.

In 1961 the Royal Society annual session topic was an especially vital issue, the population explosion, and this volume, based on the papers given at the meeting, has much valuable information and many pertinent and provocative comments on this phenomenon particularly as it affects Canada.

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Author / Creator: Bladen, Vincent, W.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1962.
Series:Heritage
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Summary:In 1961 the Royal Society annual session topic was an especially vital issue, the population explosion, and this volume, based on the papers given at the meeting, has much valuable information and many pertinent and provocative comments on this phenomenon particularly as it affects Canada.

In 1961 the Royal Society annual session topic was an especially vital issue, the population explosion, and this volume, based on the papers given at the meeting, has much valuable information and many pertinent and provocative comments on this phenomenon particularly as it affects Canada.

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Physical Description:1 online resource (168 pages)
ISBN:9781442632097
Author Notes:Bladen Vincent :

Vincent W. Bladen (1900-1981) was a British-Canadian economist and academic and Dean of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto.