Economic Atlas Ontario
📖 University of Toronto
This atlas is a research-oriented portrayal of the mosaic of interacting spatial elements comprising the economic geography of Ontario. The atlas measures both principal factors of production and market potential—with emphasis placed on major activities roughly in direct proportion to their economic relevence.
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