The One Minute Geographer: More on Canada’s Population Distribution

The Quebec City — Windsor Corridor. Map from Wikipedia

In previous posts we’ve been seeing that although Canada has its densest population along the Canada-US border, that population is concentrated in ways that dispel the notion that Canada is a ‘shoestring country.’

One way of thinking about how Canada’s population is concentrated is to recognize that about 60% of Canada’s population lives in the…

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Geography professor (retired) writes The One Minute Geographer with a featured series: This Fragile Earth, and a book review series: Great Translations

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Jim Fonseca

Jim Fonseca

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