Contested periurban amenity landscapes: changing waterfront ‘countryside ideals’ in central Canada

@article{Luka2017ContestedPA,
  title={Contested periurban amenity landscapes: changing waterfront ‘countryside ideals’ in central Canada},
  author={N. Luka},
  journal={Landscape Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={42},
  pages={256 - 276}
}
  • N. Luka
  • Published 2017
  • Geography
  • Landscape Research
Abstract Periurban second homes have received limited attention in landscape research, but they can offer important insight for landscape histories of urbanisation. This paper focuses on the hundreds of thousands of waterfront ‘cottages’ or ‘chalets’ found in central Canada’s densely-populated Toronto-Montréal urban corridor. A review of scholarly work examines how wide swaths of forest have become periurban amenity landscapes over the last 150 years. An interwoven theoretical narrative centres… Expand
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