Canada: An Appraisal of Its Needs and Resources

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Canada: An Appraisal of Its Needs and Resources

GEORGE W. WILSON SCOTT GORDON STANISLAW JUDEK

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A. BRETON

TWENTIETH CENTURY FUND New York

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Avant-Propos vii
  • Preface xi
  • Preface xv
  • Contents xix
  • Introduction - A Nation Still in the Making xxi
  • Introduction - Line Nation En Voie De Formation xlv
  • Part One - The Recent Past 1
  • 1 - Dimensions of Growth 3
  • 2 - Population Patterns 64
  • 3 - Regional Differences 101
  • 4 - Foreign Influence 154
  • Part Two - Resources 209
  • 5 - Land and Natural Resources 213
  • 6 - The Labour Force 251
  • 7 - Capital 295
  • Appendix to Chapter 7 - A Note on the Capital-Output Ratio 324
  • 8 - Management, Productivity, and Research 329
  • Part Three - The Future 373
  • 9 - Projections to 1970 and 1975 375
  • Epilogue 395
  • Epilogue 405
  • Un Commentaire 417
  • List of Tables 439
  • List of Figures 444
  • Index 445
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