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The bestselling Regional Geography of Canada is back in a highly anticipated fifth edition. This classic text has been thoroughly updated while maintaining its successful, class-tested structure. Identifying six regions - Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Western Canada, British Columbia, and the Territorial North - celebrated author Robert M. Bone guides students through the basic physical, historical, cultural, social, and economic features of each region, taking into account their relevance within a global context. Incorporating concerns about the recent global economic crisis and global warming, this new edition encourages students to recognize and consider the complexity of Canada's regional nature and to search for solutions to the nation's challenges. Engaging, accessible, and comprehensive, this trusted text is essential reading for students of Canadian geography.