Urban futures for central Canada : perspectives on forecasting urban growth and form / edited by Larry S. Bourne, Ross D. MacKinnon, Jay Siegel, James W. Simmons.

Urban problems are now a dominant social issue: the essays in this volume consider the direction some of these problems may take in Central Canada.

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Online Access: Full Text (via ProQuest)
Other Authors: Bourne, L. S. (Larry Stuart), 1939- (Editor), MacKinnon, Ross D. (Editor), Siegel, Jay H. (Editor), Simmons, James W., 1936- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Toronto [Ontario] ; Buffalo [New York] : University of Toronto Press, [1974]
Table of Contents:
  • Forecasts of urban growth
  • Defining the Future urban system / James W. Simmons & Larry S. Bourne
  • Forecasting township populations of Ontario, from time-space covariances / Leslie Curry & Geoffrey Bannister
  • Forecasting urban populations / Jay Siegel
  • Long-range employment forecasting for the Toronto metropolitan region / Jon R. Miron
  • Growth and the urban system
  • Urban growth and the urban hierarchy / Jay Siegel & Monty Woodyard
  • The components of interurban migration streams / Monty Woodyard
  • Future interurban transportation in Central Canada / Ross D. MacKinnon
  • Intercity linkage patterns / James W. Simmons & Ian J. Lindsay
  • Forecasting the regional economy of Ontario / John N.H. Britton & Gerald M. Barber
  • Spatial-temporal relationships in the Quebec urban system / Claude Marchand
  • The effects of public policy on the future urban system / Hans Blumenfeld
  • Growth and urban form
  • Trends in future urban land use / Larry S. Bourne & Peter D. Harper
  • Urban transportation in the future / Ross D. MacKinnon
  • Household movement trends and social change / James W. Simmons
  • The city in the periphery / Gerald Hodge
  • The form and function of future communities / Barry Wellman
  • Appendixes: Population forecasts for townships in Ontario, 1971-2001
  • Population forecasts for cities in Central Canada, 1971-2001.