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Term used for the place where people live.
What is residential?
Land use term used for schools, libraries and community centers.
What is institutional land use?
Proper land use term for downtown.
What is the central business district (CBD)?
Type of residential density classification for townhouses & low-rise apartments.
What is medium residential density?
Examples of utilities land uses in an urban area.
What is electricity/hydro, water, sewage, telecommunications, cable, natural gas and garbage ?
The industry type that includes manufacturing. 100 points
What is the secondary industry?
Term used to describe people who work in industries.
What is labour?
Classification of industry that process raw materials into industrial products.
What is the secondary refining industry?
Canada is a unique developed country since much of its economy is dependent on this industry classification.
What are the Primary / Natural Resource Industries?
The industry classification that employs the largest number of people in Canada
What is tertiary industry?
The industry that is located on the west coast, east coast, Great Lakes and central lakes. 100 points
What is the fishing industry?
The most productive forest region in Canada.
What is the West Coast Forest Region?
The forestry industry dominant in the Boreal forest region.
What is the pulp and paper industry?
Canadas top 5 agricultural food exports in 2010 are….
What is wheat, canola seed, canola oil, soya beans and beef cattle?
Nuclear, oil, gas and coal electrical generation all use the same principle of how electricity is generated
What is termal generation?
Smart growth principle where residential, institutional, and commercial areas are built close together. 100 points
What is mixed land uses?
Smart growth principle that uses a variety of methods of moving people such as public transit, cars, biking, etc.
What is a variety of transportation choices?
Smart growth principle that makes more efficient use of land by building up and not out.
What is take advantage of compact building design?
Smart growth principle where quality housing is provided for all income levels.
What is create a range of housing opportunities and choices?
Smart growth principle that uses but modifies the infrastructure & resources that currently exists in a community or neighborhood, also called urban infill
What is strengthen and direct development towards existing communities?
Type of city that came into existence as people began to live near factories where they could find jobs producing and distributing manufactured goods. 100 points
What are manufacturing cities?
The term that refers to the actual number of people by which a citys population grows.
What is urban growth?
The laws usally passed by city governments, controling the kind and amount of development in an area.
What are zoning laws?
The type of development that happens when a city expands outwards beyond its suburbs into the rural-urban fringe.
What is urban sprawl?
The name of the Ontario governments smart growth planning policy.
What is the Places to Grow plan?
The Industrial Territory (Unit 3 – Issues and Territories)
A series of parts that work together to form a livable town or city for humans to live and work. They include different land uses. Urban systems are….
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Urban More than 100 people living together in a city or town City Group of more than people can be considered a city Metropolitan Area A large.
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