The impacts on land use of CMHC municipal infrastructure assistance, 1961 to 1980: En73-4/32E-PDF

"The key issue examined is the impact of CMHC infrastructure assistance on the nature, form, and location of development vis-a-vis the rural land resource. Assessment of impact includes both financial leverage (CMHC funding causing infrastructure development to occur) and on-the-ground leverage (the CMHC funded infrastructure influencing the form and location of urban development). This evaluation is from the point of view of impacts on the use and management of the land resource under the guidelines of the Federal Policy on Land Use (Canada/Government of Canada, 1981)"--Executive Summary, p. v.

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Department/Agency Environment Canada. Lands Directorate.
Title The impacts on land use of CMHC municipal infrastructure assistance, 1961 to 1980
Series Title Working paper (Canada. Lands Directorate) ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
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Note "March, 1984." Digitized edition from print [produced by the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Library]. "A report of the Land-Use Policy and Research Branch program which analyses the impact of federal activities on the use and maintenance of Canada's land resource."
Date 1984.
Number of Pages xiii, 114 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • En73-4/32E-PDF
Subject Terms Land management