This book analyses the forces shaping the geography of the Canadian economy at the start of the 21st century. Suitable for courses in the economic geography of Canada, it is divided into three parts (Context, Sctors, and Regions) to provide comprehensive and accessible coverage.
Readership: Students of Canadian economic geography and Canadian geography.
Iain Wallace, Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University
"The author is to be congratulated on producing a book that is both student friendly and offers crucial insight to an economic geography that is more diverse, differential and fast changing than the casual observer might surmise." - Geography
"A timely examination of Canada's economy ... highly readable ... This is a book that should be readily added to undergraduate reading lists. The analysis presented is perceptive and scholarly and while much of the data refers to the mid-1990s, there is good coverage of the key trends affecting the economy at the start of the new millennium." - Geography