Canada Gazetteer Atlas
by Canada Gazetteer Atlas
University of Chicago Press, 1980
Cloth: 978-0-226-09259-1

This definitive work—Canada's official atlas—is the first to bring together from diverse official sources complete information on the populated places of the country.

It consists of two parts:

First, 48 double-page relief maps which are the most current available, together with information on the sources used and definitions of the features mapped. Geographical names are given in the language actually approved by the respective authorities for the provinces and territories.

Second, the gazetteer, or index, to places and physical features which includes:
-Every city, town, village, and hamlet of more than 50 residents
-13,000 physical features including roads, railways, waterways
-Status, population, and incorporation of urban centers
-National and provincial parks, military establishments, Indian Reserves, trailer courts

Every population center or physical feature is easily found and identified. All information is based on latest census statistics.

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