Quality of life in resource towns.

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[J A Riffel] -- Discussion of possibilities for enhancing a sense of community in single-industry settlements or company towns in Canada.

Includes source list of Canadian plans and proposals. (shelved 1 time as quality-of-life) avg rating — 14, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Cornhusker Economics Octo Strengthening Quality of Life in Small Towns.

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Home to the University of Iowa, Iowa City offers its residents a quality of life that has gotten the town plenty of recognition as one of the best places to live in America. The local hospital system is a pride of Iowa City, and University students host an annual hour dance party that has raised more than $15 million for patients at.

Quality of Life and City Competitiveness. smaller towns and villages, largely for quality of life and environmental reasons. the present study illustrates a subjective investigation of Author: Robert Rogerson.

The working lands surrounding the towns often provided the reason for their existence, and continue to do so in many places. The rural landscape is more than attractive vistas—it is integral to the social and economic life of the community. Today, rural communities face an array of challenges.

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Mercer's 20th annual Quality of Life survey names Vienna as the top capital for the 9th year running, with European cities taking eight of the top 10 spots.

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