This volume offers a detailed overview of the state of the Atlantic Canadian economy in the mid-1980s.
Major primary and secondary sectors--the fishery, forestry, manufacturing--are treated in separate sections, while additional chapters consider the state of transportation, investment, development, and labour markets. The text is supplemented with numerous graphs and charts presenting an even more detailed picture of the overall economy at this time.
Atlantic Canada Today presents an extremely detailed breakdown of the Atlantic Canadian economy at a crucial time in its development.
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Founded in 1954, the ATLANTIC PROVINCES ECONOMIC COUNCIL is an independent, not-for-profit corporation with a membership including large and small businesses, labour organizations, government and community agencies, industry organizations, members of the accademic community, and private individuals.