Rural British Columbia Essay

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Rural British Columbia and the Way Forward British Columbia in recent history has been dividing into two distinct regions. One is a modern, urban and globalizing one with a growing population and economy while the other is a rural and depopulating one that is in need of renewal, recovery, and sustainability both in social and economic sectors to succeed going forward. This paper will outline the current status and trends in both the rural and urban economies of British Columbia as well as the trends in population figures. Through recognizing the current economic situation and history leading up to it, the interdependence of rural and urban area economies and their reliance on each other will become quite evident. It will also be evident that rural economies and communities are in…show more content…
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