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This paper analyzes an article about the issue of urban sprawl in Montreal. The author points out that urban sprawl is a continuing problem, which has devitalizing the city center of Montreal. The paper relates that this is the result of several factors, but the article alleges that the most relevant factor is the fact that the regional government does not really have a voice in this issue.
From the Paper:"The Canadian city is changing, mostly as a result of urban sprawl, and not enough is being done to stem the flow of this change or to direct it in more desirable directions. This is the emphasis of the article which forms Chapter 14 of the text The Changing Canadian Metropolis (Volume 2), edited by F. Frisken. The chapter, entitled "Urban Sprawl in the Montreal Area - Policies and Trends" by Charbonneau, Hamel and Barcelo of the University of Montreal, gives us a comprehensive picture of what is going on in Montreal in recent times with regard to its city planning - or, more relevantly, the lack of urban planning."
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