Presentation Title

Fault Lines: Geography 2220, The Regional Geography of Canada

Abstract

With this poster project, each pair created a poster investigating one 'fault line' in Canada's Regional Geography. Fault lines refer to historic and ongoing socio-political tensions taking place in particular regions. Each poster explores the geographic dimensions of a particular fault line. With text and images, the students will convey complex politics and strategies for social change. The fault lines students have identified include Indigenous and Non-Indigenous relations, French-English tensions, and current and historic efforts to protect the environment.

Department

Geography and Environmental Studies

Faculty Advisor

Heather McLean

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Fault Lines: Geography 2220, The Regional Geography of Canada

With this poster project, each pair created a poster investigating one 'fault line' in Canada's Regional Geography. Fault lines refer to historic and ongoing socio-political tensions taking place in particular regions. Each poster explores the geographic dimensions of a particular fault line. With text and images, the students will convey complex politics and strategies for social change. The fault lines students have identified include Indigenous and Non-Indigenous relations, French-English tensions, and current and historic efforts to protect the environment.