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Vancouver Region Growth
A look at the urban growth in the Vancouver Region.
# 135966 | 1,000 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Environmental Studies (Urban Issues) , Canadian Studies (General)


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The paper discusses how the Vancouver Region, like most other cities in North America, has experienced considerable urban growth over the last ten years. The paper reveals that over 40,000 people have flocked to Vancouver's downtown peninsula over the fifteen years ending 2005, and the population is expected to reach 110,000 by 2015 (Baker, 2005). The paper looks at how the key readings identify the Vancouver Region as a North American region whereby strong growth management plans and policies have been enacted to curb this urban sprawl (Tomalty, 2002, p. 431).

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"The Vancouver Region, like most other cities in North America, has experienced considerable urban growth over the last ten years. Over 40,000 people have flocked to Vancouver's downtown peninsula over the fifteen years ending 2005, and the population is expected to reach 110,000 by 2015 (Baker, 2005). The key readings identify the Vancouver Region as a North American region whereby strong growth management plans and policies have been enacted to curb this urban sprawl (Tomalty, 2002, p. 431). In general, the literature tends to view planning in the region as well-intentioned. However, is..."

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