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A Changing of the Guard: Regional Planning in Ottawa, 1945-1974

Fullerton, Christopher (2005)

This paper examines the evolution of planning in Ottawa's metropolitan region between 1945 and 1974—a period of significant change in the city's planning history. As elsewhere, planners and policy-makers in Ottawa were coming under increasing pressure to make effective public participation a ...

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Okotoks: From Trading Post to Suburb

Thomas, Lewis G. (1979)

In spite of a growing interest in urban history, Canadian scholars have paid little attention to small towns. In this article a small town in southern Alberta is examined during the years 1890-1950, with particular attention paid to the decade of the 1920s. The author argues that a closer ...

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The First Hurrah: Edmonton Elects a Mayor, 1983

Lightbody, Jame (1984)

Cet article d’un observateur-participant décrit les quatre étapes de la stratégie électorale victorieuse de Laurence Décore, élu trente-et-unième maire d’Edmonton, le 17 octobre 1983. Depuis la guerre, les élections locales à Edmonton se caractérisent par la présence de groupes « ...

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Je Cherche Fortune: Identity, Counterculture, and Profit in Fin-de-siècle Montmartre

Kenny, Nicolas (2004)

This paper examines the Parisian neighbourhood of Montmartre during the 1880s and 1890s. Isolating themselves on a hilltop to the north of the city, a defiant community of painters and poets left the busy macadam below to position themselves physically and symbolically at the apex of anti-bourgeois, ...

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"The Heritage of the People Closed Against Them:" Class, Environment, and the Shaping of Burlington Beach, 1870s–1980s

Cruikshank, Ken et al. (2001)

Following serious flooding in the 1970s, Hamilton, Ontario politicians and planners sought to transform the Burlington Beach area into a recreational parkland. This dream was not a new one. One hundred years earlier, Hamilton social and political leaders also had envisioned the area, with its fine ...

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