Title:Growth pressures and social infrastructure in the capital region: issues, gaps and conclusions.
Corporate Author: Nichols Applied Management
Publisher:Nichols Applied Management
Place of Publication:Edmonton
Date of Publication:2007

The Government of Alberta and the municipalities in the Capital Region are working toward the development of a framework for an integrated management plan to support the anticipated economic and population growth of the Capital Region over the next 20 to 50 years. Particular attention is being paid to the economic, social and environmental impacts on all residents of the region.

Material Type:Report

E. URBAN ISSUES/E.01 PLANNING/2007 growth_pressure.pdf

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