Title

The differences between Canada and the United States are most manifest in the ma

Authors

David D. Platt

Source

Island Journal

Date

1993

Volume Number

Volume 10

Pages

32

Abstract

The differences between Canada and the United States are most manifest in the management of the Gulf of Maine. Where the Canadian focus is on subsidy of the Maritime Provinces' principal employer, the United States is market-driven. The Canadian approach, however, has been no more successful, and the difference in approach has not interfered with the long history of cooperation between New England and the Maritimes. Details, seven related stories on the Gulf of Maine this issue.

Subjects

Gulf of Maine

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