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The stranger"s guide to the cities and principal towns of Canada

Robert W. Stuart Mackay

The stranger"s guide to the cities and principal towns of Canada

with a glance at the most remarkable cataracts, falls, rivers, watering places, mineral springs, &c. &c.; and a geographical & statistical sketch of the Province, brought down to 1854.

by Robert W. Stuart Mackay

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Published by C. Bryson [etc.] in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario -- Guidebooks,
  • Québec (Province) -- Guidebooks

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination168 p.
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19580472M

      It seems strange that the world’s most populous country could have so many ghost towns, but China’s zeal for construction far outstrips demand. Entire cities sit mostly empty, with vacancy rates on even new homes nationwide approaching 20 percent. One such empty city is Thames Town. Population of Canada by province and territory; List of census metropolitan areas and agglomerations in Canada; List of cities and towns of Upper Canada; List of cities in Canada; List of cities in North America; List of city nicknames in Canada; List of largest Canadian cities by census; List of the largest cities and towns in Canada by area.

      Book towns by Alex Johnson, published by Frances Lincoln, £ This is very much a community-run book town. From simple beginnings in , when it . Related: The Town by Shaun Prescott review – a powerfully doomy debut. But I’ve lived in several towns, and I know them to be just as strange and forbidding as cities. Towns are civilisation in miniature, but they’re likely to reveal their logical lapses and quirks quickly. On the other hand, they are less likely to have recorded.

      Directed by Bryan Bertino. With Scott Speedman, Liv Tyler, Gemma Ward, Alex Fisher. A young couple staying in an isolated vacation home are terrorized by three unknown assailants.   Halifax with the Old Town Clock in the foreground. Halifax is the largest city of the province of Nova Scotia in Canada. Halifax acts as a business and cultural hub in the east coast of Canada. Halifax is located in the coastal region and has a maritime vibe. It is a vibrant city with film, music and theatre scenes.


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