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This paper discusses the likelihood of the provinces in Canada co-operating with each other to get more out of the Federal government. The paper looks at the physical and political geography of the country and then argues that co-operation between the provinces will be unlikely, based on the fact that Canada is highly regionalized.
From the Paper:"Regional Co-operation in Canada? Canada is a country in which regionalism is king. Each region is so different that regionalism has become the central characteristic of Canadian political geography. In The Challenge of Regionalism Greg Anderson describes the Canadian regions as, Atlantic Canada, including Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Labrador; Quebec; Ontario; the Prairie West, including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta; British Columbia; and the Far North. Such divisions are arbitrary and do not Reflect the many nuances of each of these regions(Anderson 2003: 26)."
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Regional Co-operation (2005, December 01) Retrieved April 18, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/essay/regional-co-operation-87323/
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