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Economic and Social Base of South Western Nova_Scotia.

Nova Scotia. Dept. of Municipal Affairs. Community Planning Division.

Economic and Social Base of South Western Nova_Scotia.

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The examples cited in the excerpt illustrate some of the tensions that policymakers must consider when balancing the efficiencies that often flow from market-based approaches with the desire for equitable outcomes, particularly those that are beneficial to people living in poverty. Most criminal business — although not the trial of the most serious offences — is dealt with in the Provincial Court, whose judges are appointed by the provincial government. The first staple of the Canadian region, as mentioned previously, was furs. In Newfoundland projects for virtually every sector of the economy were initiated under the GDA.

There was talk in the U. The province's name, which is Latin for New Scotland, was first applied to the region in the s by settlers from Scotland. But the inhabitants of the area did not welcome the new regime. DREE didn't achieve this target figure of 80 percent but it devoted about 50 percent to the target area. The overwhelming majority of the population is English-speaking Canadian Protestants.

Thus political changes and considerations affected the economic development of Canada. The port has a shipyard and the eastern side of the harbour is home to Canadian Coast Guard Base Dartmouth and the internationally renowned Bedford Institute of Oceanography. The province includes Cape Breton, a large island northeast of the mainland. Governance[ edit ] Government in Nova Scotia has only two tiers: provincial and municipal. Five regions were designated for aid: 1.


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Economic and Social Base of South Western Nova_Scotia. by Nova Scotia. Dept. of Municipal Affairs. Community Planning Division. Download PDF Ebook

Despite these fears the colony became one of the four founding provinces of the new Dominion of Canada in ; however, a strong anti-Confederate movement existed for many years, with some Nova Scotians flying flags at half-mast on 1 July. The Trudeau government suffered a political setback in with losses in western Canada particularly heavy.

This item requires the candidate to use analytical and Economic and Social Base of South Western Nova_Scotia. book skills to demonstrate understanding of major political developments in United States history during the establishment of the new nation.

The Atlantic coastal regions experience the warmest winter and coolest summer temperatures. The spatial distribution of low-elevation terrain shown in the map contributed most to which development in the history of New York State? Largest employers[ edit ] Government and military[ edit ] The largest employer in HRM is government, with most provincial government departments headquartered in the area, as well as many regional offices for federal government departments and agencies.

During the 20th century, the South Shore became the centre of Nova Scotia's fishing industry, as fishermen in small boats operated from numerous tiny villages dotted along the coast.

On 30 MayMcNeil and the Liberals narrowly clung to a majority government, winning 27 seats 26 are required for a majority7 less than they held when the election was called.

Several rivers have afforded the means to construct hydroelectric power plants, however small. Just as Nova Scotia and New Brunswick were promised a railroad British Columbia was promised a transcontinental railroad.

CFB Halifax is Canada's largest naval base and the nation's largest military base in number of personnel. The tourism industry will provide short term and long term jobs as it requires people to build facilities, start programs, and run them.

Fishing harbours are located along all coastal areas with some having an independent harbour authority, and others being managed by small craft harbours under the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Other minerals mined in Nova Scotia include gypsumsaltlimestone and sand. Lawrence and the area north of the Great Lakes became Upper Canada.

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However, its rural population remains relatively high at Sugar maple also forms the basis of an industry for woodlot owners, especially in the north, through the production of maple syrup and allied products.

As manufacturing began its steady decline in Economic and Social Base of South Western Nova_Scotia. book s, coal mining and steel making continued in Cape Breton with the help of massive government subsidies, until the last coal mine was shut down in Inthe unemployment rate was 10 per cent compared to 7.

The culture and economy along the South Shore gradually changed as the scenic area became a more common tourist destination. In about 70 per cent of the province's energy needs were met by hydroelectric power and indigenous coal.

The public school system is non-denominational. Not until the turn of the century did the province have its first million-dollar budget, and coal royalties ranked ahead of the federal subsidy as the chief producer of revenue.Western Cape Social & Economic Development Forum, Cape Town, Western Cape.

K likes. Provincial Structure under - South African Social & Economic /5(8). Jun 18,  · Nova Scotia’s anticipated growth rate this year is behind Alberta, which is expected to grow at per cent, and tied with British Columbia. It’s also ahead of overall economic growth expected for Canada, which the Conference Board forecasts will be per cent.

About the Book. This book is intended for a two-semester course in Economics taught out of the social sciences or business school. Principles of Economics aims to teach considerable range and depth of Economic concepts through an approachable style and methodology/5(7).resolve the social pdf discussed in this book.

Social work is the profession pdf developed to work with a number of these social problems. But it’s not the only helping profession: Psychiatry, psychology, and counseling are also helping professions working with people in difficulty.

The difference is that social work is concerned.THE NOVA SCOTIA Download pdf PROGRESS INDEX FOREST ACCOUNTS VOLUME 1 INDICATORS OF ECOLOGICAL, ECONOMIC & SOCIAL VALUES OF FORESTS IN NOVA SCOTIA EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Nova Scotia today only contains remnants of the mature and old-growth forests that historically were present in the province.

A long history of high-grading (removing the best trees), land .The economic historian Harold Ebook was the initial proponent of the staple theory of Canadian economic history. In the initial settlements by the French in the St. Lawrence River Valley and Acadia (what is now Nova Scotia) there was a tendency for reliance on subsistence agriculture.