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impact of exurbanite settlement in rural areas a case study in the Ottawa-Montreal axis /James D. McRae.. -- by James D. McRae

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Published by Lands Directorate, 1981. in [Ottawa] .
Written in English


  • Urban-rural migration -- Canada -- Case studies,
  • Land use -- Ontario -- Case studies,
  • Land use -- Quebec (Province) -- Case studies

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vii, 88 p. : ill., col. map. -- Bibliography: p. 79-88.

SeriesWorking paper -- no. 22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21366555M

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challenges to the development of rural areas in that, in most rural areas, the impact of rural-urban migration is the rapid deterioration of the rural economy which then leads to poverty and food insecurity (Mini, ). According to De Haan and Rogally . impact of urbanization In household livelihood strategies. This will be done through a comparison ofhousehold livelihood strategies in the urban settlement ofMaputsoe, and rural settlement of Fobane. The contention is that encroachment on arable land by the urban • • • In. One of the most important impacts is the influx of peasants into urban areas. According to the latest official census from Ministry of Agriculture of China, the rural-urban migrant population has increased from around two millions in the early s to about millions in (National Bureau of Statistics in China, ).   The effects on rural areas of rural urban migration. 1. Labor shortages(skills and unskilled) in the rural areas. 2. Only women, children and senior citizens are left in the rural areas with increased in child labor, increased workload(household.