GEOG 2OC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Seigneurial System Of New France, Lower Canada, Canadian Shield

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2OC3
Week 6
Canadian Regional Geography Part 2: The Industrial Heartland
Industrial Heartland
Canadian Regions:
Provinces: Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Region
Defining Characteristics
Physical Environment: climate, soil, energy sources
Cultural Context: anglophone Ontario + Francophone Quebec
Eooi ‘ole: atios heatlad/oe
Historical Evolution
Late 18th etuy, Uppe Caada = usettled iteio, Loe Caada/Ne Fae =
French settlement along St. Lawrence River
Lower Canada: seigneurial system = narrow lots of land, allowing for riverfront access
By end of 19th century, Lower Canada had shortage of land + out-migration to US
Upper Canada: maintained agricultural land, expanding wheat industry + growing
cities/towns
Important Characteristics of Upper & Lower Canada:
o Water transportation
o Physical environment: none on Canadian Shield + productive soils in Southern
Ontario
o Proximity to established manufacturing core of NYC = relative location
o Moteals doiae i tade routes
o Upper = Toronto
o Lower = Montreal
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2OC3
Week 6
Urbanization: the process whereby a society/nation is transformed from one which is
predominantly rural in character to one which is predominantly urban in character
Industrialization: the process whereby an economy becomes increasingly dominated by the
factory mode of production
Difference types of manufacturing: Ontario = electrical goods, primary metals & automobiles
Four Phases of Canadian Urban System Evolution
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Canadian regional geography part 2: the industrial heartland. Cultural context: anglophone ontario + francophone quebec. Late 18th (cid:272)e(cid:374)tu(cid:396)y, uppe(cid:396) ca(cid:374)ada = u(cid:374)settled i(cid:374)te(cid:396)io(cid:396), lo(cid:449)e(cid:396) ca(cid:374)ada/(cid:863)ne(cid:449) f(cid:396)a(cid:374)(cid:272)e(cid:863) = Lower canada: seigneurial system = narrow lots of land, allowing for riverfront access. By end of 19th century, lower canada had shortage of land + out-migration to us. Upper canada: maintained agricultural land, expanding wheat industry + growing cities/towns. Important characteristics of upper & lower canada: water transportation, physical environment: none on canadian shield + productive soils in southern. Ontario: proximity to established manufacturing core of nyc = relative location, mo(cid:374)t(cid:396)eal(cid:859)s do(cid:373)i(cid:374)a(cid:374)(cid:272)e i(cid:374) t(cid:396)ade routes, upper = toronto, lower = montreal. Urbanization: the process whereby a society/nation is transformed from one which is predominantly rural in character to one which is predominantly urban in character. Industrialization: the process whereby an economy becomes increasingly dominated by the factory mode of production. Difference types of manufacturing: ontario = electrical goods, primary metals & automobiles.

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