Books – Geography
Creating Place on the U.S. Northern Plains and Canadian Prairies
Indigenous Resurgence and Colonial Violence in the Urban Prairie West
Urban Indigenous resistance and resurgence.
Life and Landscape in Saskatchewan’s Oil Economy
Documenting a moment of transition.
A re-examination of the relationship between mobility and Iroquois power.
Place History in Saskatchewan
A prairie history about life at the edge of the forest.
Its Land and its People
Manitoba is more than one of Canada’s three prairie provinces. Encompassing 649,950 square kilometres, its territory ranges from Canadian Shield to grassland, parkland, and subarctic tundra. Geography of Manitoba is the first comprehensive guide to all aspects of the human and physical geography of this unique province. Representing the work of 47 scholars, and illustrated with over 200 maps, diagrams, and photographs, it is divided into four main sections, covering the major areas of the province’s geography: Physical Background; People and Settlements; Resources and Industry; and Recreation.