2 edition of steel industry of the Prairie Provinces found in the catalog.
steel industry of the Prairie Provinces
T. H. Janes
by Mineral Resources Division, Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||by T. H. Janes and R. B. Elver.|
|Series||Mineral information bulletin ;, MR 65|
|Contributions||Elver, R. B., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD9506.C2 A383 no. 65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 36 p.|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||68005373|
The center of canadas steel industry is F T or F: the Quebec lowlands have a harsh winter climate and dairy farming is the predominant form of agriculture there. The articles cover a wide range of topics: First Nations' agricultural practices; agriculture during the fur trade era; the history of ranching and the industry's evolution as fenced-in farm settlements supplanted the open range; the wheat boom at the turn of the twentieth century, which led the Prairie Provinces to become known as the.
The prairie provinces are vast and sparsely settled. They contain one-sixth of Canada’s population, but their total of million in was still small in relation to their area. Even in the oecumene, which comprises roughly the southern third of the provinces (Figure ), the average density is only 6 persons per square kilometre. Prairie in North America is usually split into three groups: wet, mesic, and dry. They are generally characterized by tallgrass prairie, mixed, or shortgrass prairie, depending on the quality of soil and rainfall.. Wet. In wet prairies, the soil is usually very moist, including during most of the growing season, because of poor water resulting stagnant water is conducive to the.
It is the hope of the author that “The Prairie Provinces” will be found to present the story of the West in a form at once complete and accurate. The aim of this book — the method of treatment being suggestive rather than exhaustive — is to arouse in the boys and girls who attend our schools an interest in the history of the West. It is argued that two distinct aspects of the flour milling industry should be distinguished. First, a few major extra-regionally owned and controlled flour milling companies came to dominate the export industry of the Prairies, and also influence much of the development of Cited by: 1.
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industrie, accounted for 50 per cent of the total production of the Prairie Provinces. Other leading industries, in the order named, were: railway rolling-stock, bread and other bakery products, sawmills, breweries, etc.
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Leading Industries in the 7estE:rn Provinces. Table 2 presents statistics of the ten leading industries in each of the Prairie Provinces for the calendar year The flour milling industry occupied first position in the Prairie Provinccs; the meat-packing industry was second in Manitoba and Uborta, end the dairy industry in Saskatchewan.
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