This collection of essays focus on subjects which formed the basis of his life's work -- the changing character of Canadian landscape and society, and the urbanization of that society, including aspects of its historical evolution, its present spacial forms and current social issues.The district accounted for the greatest proportion of family rooms on the north shore. This functional type was represented more strongly there than in either the city or West Vancouver, and more strongly than ... represents the most inflexible space by virtue of its specialized plumbing installations and the necessity for privacy.
|Title||:||A Social Geography of Canada|
|Author||:||Guy M. Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Dundurn - 2013-12-30|