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The River, the City, and the Yellow Line: Reimagining Associative Landscapes in Post-War Northwestern Ontario

@inproceedings{Atkins2008TheRT,
  title={The River, the City, and the Yellow Line: Reimagining Associative Landscapes in Post-War Northwestern Ontario},
  author={S. Atkins},
  year={2008}
}
The discourse of rivers and roads as fluid and interchanging serves as an appropriate framing metaphor for the questions of multiple perceptions of environment and landscape change. The occupation of Anicinabe Park, Kenora, Ontario signaled a new era of more contentious, even violent, relations between the Canadian state and Native groups. The aim of this article, however, is neither to analyze the occupation of the Park nor the particulars of the sea change in Native-white relations in Canada… Expand
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