Lessons in Regional Planning and Development from Canada and Australia

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Australian National University - North Australia Research Unit, 1993 - Aboriginal Australians - 33 pages
Comments on the regional planning process adopted by ATSIC Regional Councils in 1992; considers factors which differentiate the process in Australia from that in Canada; concludes that ATSIC regions have few of the characteristics normally associated with regions and that there are limited financial and human resources to implement regional plans.

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