Indexing the Canadian North: Broadening the Definition
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This article highlights several methods that demonstrate the trend towards increasingly complex methods of constructing a geographical definition of the North, focusing primarily on Canada. Such a summary provides a basis for a brief discussion of whether a useful and comprehensive method of defining and delineating the Canadian North has been devised.
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