Bibliography

Edited by Michael Shmulevitch

Prepared by: Angus Beaty, Mehdi Bouhadi, Anthony Hommik, Mark Janzen, Benjamin Jean, Andrew Morton, Michelle Nicholson, Tyler Nightengale, Sarah Piasetzki, Krystal Perepeluk, Julien Sabourault, Jennifer Sandham, Ken Singh, Amanda Slaunwhite, Chris Vandyk.

Principal Investigator: David L.A. Gordon, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Queen’s University


Book Chapters

“The City of Maisonneuve.” Montréal Old and New. Ed. Lorenzo Prince, et al. Montréal: Herald Press, 1915. 383-387.

“The Role of Universities in Regional Development and Cluster Formation.” Creating Knowledge Strengthening Nation: The Role of Higher Education. Ed. Glen A. Jones, Patricia L. McCarney and Michael L. Skolnik. Canada: Toronto University Press, 2005. 167.

Andrew, C. (2013). The Case of Ottawa in K. Nagel (ed.) The Problem of the Capital CityNew research on federal capitals and their territory, Barcelona: Institut d’Estudis Autonòmics, 83-102.

Batista, G. N., et al. “Brasília: A Capital in the Hinterland.” Planning Twentieth Century Capital Cities. Ed. David L. A. Gordon. New York: Routledge, 2006. 164-181.

Bennett, Edward. “Public Buildings and Quasi-Public Buildings.” City Planning. Ed. John Nolen. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1916. 103-116.

Birch, E. “New York City: Super-Capital – Not by Government Alone.” Planning Twentieth Century Capital Cities. Ed. David L. A. Gordon. New York: Routledge, 2006. 253-269.

Bloomfield, Elizabeth. “Town Planning Efforts in Kitchener-Waterloo, 1912-1925.” Shaping the Urban Landscape: Aspects of the Canadian City-Building Process. Ed. Gilbert A. Stelter and Alan F. J. Artibise. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1982. 256-303.

Carver, H. S. M. “The Expanding Imagination.” Housing a Nation: Forty Years of Achievement. Ottawa: CMHC, 1986.

Chamberlain, T., and J. de la Mothe. “Northern Light: Ottawa’s Technology Cluster.” Clusters Old and New. Ed. D. A. Wolfe. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003. 213-234.

Champagne, Éric. “Transportation Failure in the Capital Region,” in R. Chattopadhyay & G. Paquet (eds.) The Unimagined Canadian Capital: Challenges for the Federal Capital Region, (Ottawa: Invenire Press, 2011), pp. 62-74.  

Chiasson, Guy, and Caroline Andrew, “Modern Tourist Development and the Complexities of Cross-border Identities within a Planned Capital Region,” in R. Maitland, and B. Ritchie (eds.) City Tourism: National Capital Perspectives (Wallingford UK: CAB International, 2009): 253-263.

Copp, Terry. “Montréal’s Municipal Government and the Crisis of the 1930s.” The Usable Urban Past. Ed. Alan J. Artibise and Gilbert Stelter. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1979. 112-129.

Désilets, Andrée. “Joseph-Édouard Cauchon.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1966. 159-195.

Feldman, M. P. “Location and Innovation: The New Economic Geography of Innovation, Spillovers, and Agglomeration.” The Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Ed. G. L. Clark, M. P. Feldman, and M. S. Gertler. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. 373-394.

Felenbok, Colette. “1910-1920: L’Avenement d’Un Architecte Urbaniste Franco-Americain.” Les Gréber: Une Dynastie Des Artistes. Ed. Marie-José Salmon. Beauvais: Catalogue de l’Exposition: Musée Departemental de l’Oise, 1993. 329.

Florida, R., and G. Gates. “Technology and Tolerance: The Importance of Diversity to High-Technology Growth.” The City as an Entertainment Machine. Ed. Terry Nichols Clark. Elsevier, 2001. 199-219.

Gertler, M. S., D. A. Wolfe, and D. Garkut. “The Dynamics of Regional Innovation in Ontario.” Local and Regional Systems of Innovation. Ed. John de la Mothe and Gilles Paquet. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

Ghent-Mallet, J. “Silicon Valley North: The Formation of the Ottawa Innovation Cluster.” Silicon Valley North: A High-Tech Cluster of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Ed. Larisa V. Shavinina. Elsevier Science, 2002.

Gordon, D. L.A. “Ottawa: Lumber town to federal capital” in H. Mayer (ed.) Im Herzen der Macht? Haupt-städte und ihre Funktion, (Bern: Universität Bern, Geographisches Institut, 2013) p. 237-65.

Gordon, D.L.A.  Managing Change on the Urban Edge: Implementing Urban Waterfront Redevelopment in Toronto, in G. Halseth & H. Nicol (eds.) (Re)Development At The Urban Edge,  Waterloo: University of Waterloo, Department of Geography, Faculty of Environmental Studies, 2000. 175-226.

Gordon, D.L.A. “Implementing Urban Waterfront Redevelopment.” Remaking the Urban Waterfront, G. Berens (ed.). Washington DC: Urban Land Institute, 2004.

Gordon, D.L.A. & Scott, R. Ottawa’s greenbelt evolves from urban separator to key ecological planning component in M. Amati (ed.) Urban Green Belts in the Twenty-first Century, 129-149. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.

Gordon, D.L.A. and A. Juneau, “Bridging Mechanisms for the Ottawa-Gatineau Region” in R. Chattopadhyay & G. Paquet (eds.) The Unimagined Canadian Capital: Challenges for the Federal Capital Region, (Ottawa: Invenire Press, 2011), pp. 87-104.

Graham, Katherine. “Capital Planning/Capital Budgeting.” How Ottawa Spends 1992/93. Ed. Frances Abele. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1992.

Gréber, Jacques “Exposition Internationale de 1937, Régionalisme, Introduction de Jacques Gréber.” Présentation de Henri Hartin, Librairie Centrale d’Art et Architecture, Bruxelles. Paris: Editions Art et Architecture, 1937.

Gréber, Jacques “Exposition Internationale de 1937, Sections Étrangères, Introduction de Jacques Gréber.” Présentation de Henri Martin, Librairie Centrale d’Art et Architecture. Paris: Editions Art et Architecture, 1937.

Gréber, Jacques “Introduction: Jardins Modernes.” Collection Des Meilleurs Albums Sur l’Exposition de 1937. Paris: Charles Moreau.

Gréber, Jacques “Préface.” Suède, Pays de l’Urbanisme. Ed. Jean Cimon. Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 1955.

Gréber, Jacques “Urbanisme.” France 1941, Un Bilan et Un Programme. Alsatia, 1941. 484-498.

Gréber, Jacques. L’Architecture aux États Unis: Prevue de la Force d’Expansion du Génie Français. Paris: Payot, 1920.

Griffiths, Nan “Ottawa’s Changing Public Realm.” Metropolitan Mutations: The Architecture of Emerging Public Spaces. D. Mertins (ed.). Toronto: Little Brown, 1989. 23-31.

Griffiths, Nan. “In Search of Confederation Square… and Cosmological Identity.” Metropolitan Mutations: The Architecture of Emerging Public Spaces. D. Mertins (ed.). Toronto: Little Brown, 1989. 179-188.

Hall, Peter. “The Changing Role of Capital Cities: Six Types of Capital City.” Capital Cities: International Perspective Ed. J. Taylor, J. Lengellé, and C. Andrew. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1993. 69-84.

Hilton, R., and C. Stoney. “Why Smart Growth isn’t Working: An Examination of Ottawa’s Failure to Deliver Sustainable Urban Transit.” Innovation, Science, Environment: Canadian Policies and Performance, 2008-2009 (Montreal: McGill Queen’s University Press, 2008). 74-92

Hubbard, R. H. “Viceregal Influences on Canadian Society.” The Shield of Achilles: Aspects of Canada in the Victorian Age. Ed. W. L. Morton. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1968.

Joardar, S. “New Delhi: Imperial Capital to Capital of the World’s Largest Democracy.” Planning Twentieth Century Capital Cities. Ed. David L. A. Gordon. London: Routledge, 2006. 182-195.

Latouche, Daniel. “Do Regions make a Difference: The Case of Science and Technology Policies in Québec?” Regional Innovation Systems. Ed. Hans-Joachim Braczyk, Philip Cooke, and Martin Heidenreich. London: UCL Press Limited, 1998.

Lavendan, Pierre. “Nouvelle Histoire de Paris.” Histoire de l’Urbanisme à Paris. Paris: Diffusion Hachette, 1975.

Lortie, A. “Jacques Gréber Urbaniste.” Les Gréber: Une Dynastie Des Artistes. Beauvais: Catalogue de l’Exposition: Musée Départementale de l’Oise, 1993. 351-375.

Madill, J.J., Haines, G.H., Jr. and Riding, A.L. “A Tale of One City: The Ottawa Technology Cluster.” Silicon Valley North: A High-Tech Cluster of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. London, England: Elsevier Science Ltd., 2004.

Mason, C., S. Cooper, and R. Harrison. “The Role of Venture Capital in the Development of High Technology Clusters: The Case of Ottawa.” New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium. Ed. Ray Oakey, Wim During, and Saleema Kauser. New York: Elsevier Science, 2002. 261-278.

Mosco, V., & Mazepa, P. “High tech hegemony: Transforming Canada’s capital into Silicon Valley north,” in Lee Artz and Yahya R. Kamalipour, (eds.) The Globalization of  Corporate Media Hegemony: Evaluating California’s Imprisonment Crisis, (Albany NY: SUNY Press, 2003) 93-112.

Osborne, B. S. “Constructions of National Symbolic Spaces and Places: The State of Place Identity.” Nations and Nationalism: A Global Historical Overview. Ed. G. H. Herb and D. H. Kaplan. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC/CLIO, 2008. 1350-1364.

Osborne, B. S., and Geraint Osborne. “The Vernacular and the Ceremonial in a National Capital.” Beyond National Dreams. Ed. Andrew Nurse and Raymond Blake. Vancouver: Fitzhenry/Whiteside, 2009. 111-130.

Osborne, Brian S. “Putting My Thoughts on “Temps Espaces et Modernités” into Place.” Temps Espaces et Modernités: Mélanges Offerts á Serge Courville et Normand Séguin. Ed. Brigitte Caulier and Yvan Rousseau. Québec City: University of Laval Press, 2009. 461-468.

Paquet, G., and J. Roy. “Information Technology, Public Policy and Canadian Governance: Partnerships and Predicaments.” Handbook of Public Information Systems. Ed. G. David Garson. New York: M. Dekker, 2000.

Paquet, Gilles. “Governing the Re-imagination of the Federal Capital Region,” in R. Chattopadhyay & G. Paquet (eds.) The Unimagined Canadian Capital: Challenges for the Federal Capital Region, (Ottawa: Invenire Press, 2011) 131-145.

Perry, C. “The Neighbourhood Unit.” Regional Survey of New York and its Environs. 7th ed. New York: Regional Survey of New York and Its Environs, 1929.

Porter, M. E. “Clusters and Competition.” On Competition. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2008. 213-304.

Porter, M. E.” The Competitive Advantage of Nations.” On Competition. Ed. M. E. Porter. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2008. 171-211.

Rapoport, Amos. “On the Nature of Capitals and their Physical Expression.” Capital Cities. Ed. J. Taylor, J. Lengellé, and C. Andrew. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1993. 31-68.

Roy, J. “The Dynamics of Regional Innovation in Ontario.” Local and Regional Systems of Innovation. Ed. John de la Mothe and Gilles Paquet. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

Saarinen, Oiva. “The Influence of Thomas Adams and the British New Towns Movement in the Planning of Canadian Resource Communities.” The Usable Urban Past: Planning and Politics in the Modern Canadian City. Ed. Gilbert Stelter and Alan Artibise. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979.

Saxenian, Annalee. “The Role of Immigrant Entrepreneurs in New Venture Creation.” The Entrepreneurship Dynamic, Origins of Entrepreneurship and the Evolution of Industries. Ed. Claudia Bird Schoonhoven and Elaine Romanelli. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001. 68-108.

Schaffer, Kirsten. “The Fabric of City Life: The Social Agenda in Burnham’s Draft of the Plan of Chicago.” Plan of Chicago. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1993. v-xvi.

Sert, J. L. “The Athens Town Planning Chart.” Can our Cities Survive? Cambridge: MIT Press, 1947.

Smith, R. K. “Techmaps: A Tool for Understanding Social Capital for Technological Innovation at a Regional Level.” Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Western Canada: From Family Businesses to Multinationals. Ed. J. J. Chrisman, J. A. D. Holbrook, and J. H. Chua. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2002. 59-76.

Soucy, Jean-Marc. “The Changing Natural Environment” in Chad Gaffield (ed.), History of the Outaouais, (Quebec, QC: Les Presses de l’ Université Laval, 1997), p. 23-28.

St. James’ Cathedral Reports 1897-1906. “The Churchwardens’ Report, Easter 1905.” Toronto: St. James’ Cathedral, 1906. 11.

Steed, G. P. F. “Policy and High Technology Complexes: Ottawa’s “Silicon Valley North”.” Industrial Change in Advanced Economics. Ed. F. E. Hamilton. London: Croom Helm, 1987. 261-269.

Sutcliffe, A. “Does Form Follow Values?” Capital Cities. Ed. J. Taylor, L. Lengellé, and C. Andrew., 1993. 195-212.

Sutcliffe, Anthony. “The Growth of Public Intervention in the British Urban Environment during the Nineteenth Century: A Structural Approach.” Papers on Planning and Design. 1980.

Tassonyi, Almos. “Ottawa, Canada.” in Slack, Enid, and Rupak Chattopadhyay (eds.). Finance and governance of capital cities in federal systems. (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2009) 55-78.

Tassonyi, Almos. “Ottawa as the National Capital: Fiscal Issues” in Chattopadhyay, R., & Paquet, G. The unimagined Canadian capital: challenges for the Federal Capital Region. (Ottawa: Invenire 2011), 53-65.

Taylor, John “The Crippling Influence of the National Authority” in Chattopadhyay, R., & Paquet, G. The unimagined Canadian capital: challenges for the Federal Capital Region. (Ottawa: Invenire 2011) 27-34.

Therrien, P. “What Distinguishes Innovative Firms from Other Firms: Results from the 1999 Innovation Survey.” Knowledge, Clusters and Regional Innovation. Ed. J. A. Holbrook and D. A. Wolfe. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002. 59-84.

Vale, L. “The Urban Design of Twentieth Century Capitals.” Planning Twentieth Century Cities. Ed. David L. A. Gordon. London: Routledge, 2006.

Vale, L. (2011). The Temptation of Nationalism in Modern Capital Cities.in edited by Diane E. Davis, Nora Libertun de Duren (eds.) Cities and Sovereignty: Identity Politics in Urban Spaces, 196-209.

van Nus, Walter. “The Fate of City Beautiful Thought in Canada, 1893-1930.” The Canadian City. Ed. G. Stelter and A. Artibise. McClelland and Stewart, 1984. 167-186.

Vernon, C “Projecting Power on Conquered Landscapes: Canberra and Pretoria.” Mapping Colonial Conquest: Australia and Southern Africa. Ed. N. Etherington. Perth: University of Western Australia Press, 2007.

Vernon, C. “Canberra: Where Landscape is Pre-Eminent.” Planning Twentieth Century Capital Cities. Ed. David L. A. Gordon. London: Routledge, 2006. 130-149.

Vincent-Domey, O. “Industry and the World of Work.” History of the Outaouais. Ed. C. Gaffield. Québec City: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 1997. 258-290.

Wallace, K. “Knowledge Management at the NRC.” Local and Regional Systems of Innovation. Ed. John de la Mothe and Dominique Foray. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.

Walsh, J. C. “Modern Citizens for a Modern City? Ottawa’s Great Fire of 1900.” Ottawa: Making a Capital. Ed. J. Keshen and N. St. Onge. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2001. 165-184.

Watanabe, Shun-ichi J. “Tokyo: Forged by market forces and not the power of planning.” in D.L. A. Gordon, Planning twentieth century capital cities, (London: Routledge, 2006), p 101-114.

Wolfe, David A. “Innovation Policy for the Knowledge-Based Economy: From the Red Book to the White Paper.” How Ottawa Spends, 2001-2002. Toronto: Oxford University Press:  2002.

Wolfe, Jeanne M., and Peter Jacobs. “City Planning and Urban Beautification.” The Architecture of Edward and W.S. Maxwell. The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, 1991.

Zukowsky, John. “Burnham, Guérin and the City as Image.” The Plan of Chicago: 1909-1979. Ed. J. Zukowsky. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1979.


Books

Aberdeen and Temair, Ishbel Gordon, and Marquis John Campbell Gordon. ‘We Twa’; Reminiscences of Lord and Lady Aberdeen. Vol. 2. London: W. Collins & co. ltd, 1925.

Aberdeen and Temair, Ishbel Gordon, and John Saywell. The Canadian Journal of Lady Aberdeen, 1893-1898. Vol. 038. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1960.

Aberdeen and Temair, Ishbel Gordon. Through Canada with a Kodak. Edinburgh: W.H. White, 1893.

Aboriginal Ontario: Historical Perspectives on the First Nations. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1994.

Adam, G. Mercer. Prominent Men of Candida [Electronic Resource]: A Collection of Persons Distinguished in Professional and Political Life, and in the Commerce and Industry of Canada. Toronto: Canadian Biographical Pub, 1892.

Adams, M. Unlikely Utopia: The Surprising Triumph of Canadian Pluralism. Toronto: Viking, 2007.

Adams, Thomas. The Design of Residential Areas: Basic Considerations, Principles, and Methods. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1934.

—. Outline of Town and City Planning: A Review of Past Efforts and Modern Aims. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1935.

—. Recent Advances in Town Planning. London: J&A Churchill, 1932.

—. Rural Planning and Development, a Study of Rural Conditions and Problems in Canada. Ottawa: Commission of Conservation, 1917.

Addams, Jane. Twenty Years at Hull House. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910.

Adler, Irving. Indian Summer: Lutyens, Baker and Imperial Delhi. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981.

Ahmed, Sharif Uddin. Dacca: A Study in Urban History and Development. Vol. 004. London; Riverdale, MD: Curzon Press; Riverdale Co., 1986.

Akenson, Donald H. The Irish in Ontario: A Study in Rural History. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1984.

Albert, Jim, and Alan Moscovitch. The Benevolent State: The Growth of Welfare in Canada. Edmonton: Garamond, 1987.

Almandoz, Arturo. Planning Latin American Capital Cities, 1850-1950. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.

Amati, Marco, ed. Urban Greenbelts in the Twenty-First Century. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008.

Andreae, Christopher, and Geoffrey J. Matthews. Lines of Country: An Atlas of Railway and Waterway History in Canada. Erin, Ont.: Boston Mills Press, 1997.

Andresen, T., Fernandes dé Sa, M., Almeida, J. (eds.). 2011. Jacques Gréber, Urbanist and Garden Designer, Porto: Serralves Foundation, 2011.

Andrew, C. Les Élites Politiques, Les Bas Salariés et la Politique du Logement à Hull. Ed. C. Andrew, A. Blais, and R. DesRosiers. Ottawa: Éditions de l’ Université d’ Ottawa, 1976.

Andrew, Caroline, Serge Bordeleau, and Alain Guimont. L’Urbanisation: Une Affaire: L’Appropriation du Sol et de l’État Local dans l’Outaouais Québécois. Ottawa: Éditions de l’Université d’Ottawa, 1981.

Angus, Margaret. John A. Lived Here. Kingston, Ontario: Frontenac Historic Foundation.

Arbour, Louise, and Rudyard Griffiths. Dialogue on Democracy: Louise Arbour, Alain Dubuc, Georges Erasmus, David Malouf, Beverley McLachlin, John Ralston Saul. Vol. 2000-2005. Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2006.

Argyll, John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, Duke of. Passages from the Past. Vol. 2. London: London Hutchinson, 1907.

Babad, Michael, and Catherine Mulroney. Campeau: The Building of an Empire. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1989.

Bacon, Edmund N. Design of Cities. Rev ed. New York: Penguin Books, 1976; 1974.

Baird, George, and Detlef Mertins. Metropolitan Mutations: The Architecture of Emerging Public Spaces. Vol. 001. Boston; Toronto: Little, Brown Canada, 1989.

Baker, W., and G. Baker. Collaboration and Conflict in Public Decision Making: The Case of the Rideau Area Project: Part 1. Vol. Case 159 (C), p. 4. Toronto: Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 1987.

—. Project Management and the Policy Decision Process, the Case of Ottawa’s Rideau Area Project, Part II. Toronto: Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 1987.

Banham, R. Megastructure: Urban Futures of the Recent Past. New York: Harper & Row, 1976.

Banting, K., T. J. Courchene, and F. L. Seidle. Belonging: Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada. Kingston Ontario: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008.

Bartholomew, Harland. Urban Land Uses, Amounts of Land used and Needed for Various Purposes by Typical American Cities; an Aid to Scientific Zoning Practice. Vol. 004. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1932.

Begbie, Harold. Albert, Fourth Earl Grey. London; Toronto: Hodder and Stoughton, 2003; 1917.

Begbie, Harold. Albert, Fourth Earl Grey; A Last Word. 3d ed. London, New York etc.: Hodder and Stoughton, 1918.

Bélanger, Réal. Wilfrid Laurier: Quand la Politique Devient Passion. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 1986.

Belden, H. &. Co. Historical Sketch of the County of Carleton. Belleville, Ontario: Mika Silk Screening, 1971, Reprint.

—. Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Carleton (Including City of Ottawa). Toronto: Wilson’s Publishing Company, 1997.

Berg, Scott W. Grand Avenues: The Story of the French Visionary Who Designed Washington, D.C. 1st ed. New York: Pantheon Books, 2007.

Berger, Carl. The Writing of Canadian History: Aspects of English-Canadian Historical Writing since 1900. 2nd ed. Toronto; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1986.

Beveridge, Charles E., and P. Rocheleau. Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing the American Landscape. New York: Universe, 1998.

Biggar, H. P., ed. The Works of Samuel de Champlain. Vol. 2. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1925.

Birnbaum, Charles A., and Lisa E. Crowder, eds. Pioneers of American Landscape Design: An Annotated Bibliography. Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources, Preservation Assistance Division, Historic Landscape Initiative, 1993.

Blair, Peggy J. Lament for a First Nation: The Williams Treaties of Southern Ontario. Ed. W. Wesley Pue. Toronto: UBC Press, 2008.

Blais, Pamela, Perverse Cities: Hidden Subsidies, Wonky Policy, and Urban Sprawl. (Vancouver BC: UBC Press, 2010).

Bliss, Michael. Right Honourable Men: The Descent of Canadian Politics from Macdonald to Mulroney. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1994.

Blue, Frances. The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. Aurora: Unpublished, 1970.

Blumenfeld, Hans. Life Begins at 65: The Not Entirely Candid Autobiography of a Drifter. Montreal: Harvest House, 1987.

Boddy, T. The Architecture of Douglas Cardinal. Edmonton AB: NuWest, 1988.

Bolger, Francis, W.P. Prince Edward Island and Confederation, 1863-1873. Charlottetown: St. Dunstan’s University Press, 1964.

Bond, Courtney C. J. Where Rivers Meet: An Illustrated History of Ottawa. Ottawa: Windsor Publications, 1984.

Bond, Courtney C. J., and Canada. Dept. of Public Works. City on the Ottawa. Revised. Ottawa: R. Duhamel, Queen’s Printer, 1967.

Borden, Robert Laird, Henry Borden, and Arthur Meighen. Robert Laird Borden: His Memoirs. Toronto: Macmillan, 1938.

Borden, Robert Laird, and Henry Borden. Letters to Limbo. Toronto, Buffalo, N.Y.: University of Toronto Press, 1971.

Bouchette, J. A Topographical Description of the Province of Lower Canada. London: W U Faden, 1815.

Bouchette, Joseph. The British Dominions in North America. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1831.

Boutet, Edgar. Le Bon Vieux Temps a Hull, Tome I. Hull: Éditions Gauvin, 1971.

—. Le Bon Vieux Temps a Hull, Tome II. Hull: Éditions Gauvin, 1974.

Brault, Lucien. Hull, 1800-1950. Ottawa: Les Editions de l’Universite d’Ottawa, 1950.

—. Links between Two Cities: Historic Bridges between Ottawa and Hull. Hull, Quebec: Published jointly by Ville de Hull and City of Ottawa, 1989.

—. Ottawa: Old and New. Ottawa: Historical Information Institute, 1946.

—. du Premier Hôtel de Ville à la Maison du Citoyen, Hull. Ottawa: Éditions Asticou, 1981.

Brault, Lucien. Ottawa: Capitale du Canada, de son Origine a nos Jours. Vol. 017. Ottawa: Les Editions de l’Universite d’Ottawa, 1942.

Brooke, Rupert. Letters from America. Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1984; 1916.

Brown, Robert Craig. Robert Laird Borden: A Biography. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1975; 1980.

Brownlee, David. Building the City Beautiful: The Benjamin Franklin Parkway and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989.

Brundtland, Gro Harlem. Our Common Future. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 1987.

Buisseret, David. Envisioning the City: Six Studies in Urban Cartography. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

Bunting, T., and P. Filion. Canadian Cities in Transition: Local through Global Perspectives. 3rd ed. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Burnham, Daniel H., and Edward H. Bennett. Plan of Chicago Prepared Under the Direction of the Commercial Club during the Years MCMVI, MCMVII, and MCMVIII. Chicago: The Commercial Club, 1909.

Burpee, L. J. Fenian and Other Raids: Military History of Canada 1608-1914. Vol. 1. Toronto: United Publishers, 1917.

Bush, Edward F. Commercial Navigation on the Rideau Canal, 1832-1961. Ottawa: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada; Hull, Que.: available by mail from the Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada, 1981.

Butterfield, Consul Willshire. History of Brulé’s Discoveries and Explorations, 1610-1626. Cleveland: Helman-Taylor, 1898.

Bytown Council Minutes 1849-1948. Ed. E. Walsh. Ottawa: City of Ottawa, 1978.

Caldwell, Wayne J., Rediscovering Thomas Adams: Rural Planning and Development in Canada, (Vancouver BC: UBC Press, 2011).

Calthorpe, P. The Next American Metropolis. 3rd ed. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1993.

Canada. National Capital Commission. Information and Historical Division. The Ottawa Country; a Historical Guide to the National Capital Region. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer, 1968.

Canada. National Capital Commission. Early Days in the Ottawa Country; a Short History of Ottawa, Hull and the National Capital Region. Ottawa: 1967.

Capital Cities: International Perspectives. Ed. John H. Taylor, Jean G. Lengellé, and Caroline Andrew. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1993.

Careless, J. M. S. Brown of the Globe. Toronto: Macmillan, 1959.

Carson, Rachel. Silent Spring. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962.

Carver, H. S. M. Cities in the Suburbs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1962.

—. “The Cultural Landscape of Rockcliffe Park Village.” Ontario: Village of Rockcliffe Park, 1985.

Caulfield, Jon. The Tiny Perfect Mayor: David Crombie and Toronto’s Reform Alderman. Toronto: James Lorimer and Company, 1974.

Cervero, R. The Transit Metropolis: A Global Enquiry. Washington DC: Island Press, 1998.

Charlesworth, Hector Willoughby. An Encyclopaedia of Canadian Biography: Brief Biographies of Persons Distinguished in the Professional, Military and Political Life, and the Commerce and Industry of Canada in the Twentieth Century. Toronto: The Hunter-Rose Company, Limited, 1919.

Chattopadhyay, R., & Paquet, G. The Unimagined Canadian Capital: Challenges for the Federal Capital Region. (Ottawa: Invenire Press 2011).

Cherry, Gordon E., ed. Shaping an Urban World. London: Mansell, 1980.

Choay, F. L’Urbanisme, Utopies et Réalities: Une Anthologie. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1965.

Cimon, Jean. Le Dossier Outaouais: Reflexions d’Un Urbaniste. Quebec: Pelican, 1979.

Clairmont, Donald H., and Dennis William Magill. Africville: The Life and Death of a Canadian Black Community. 3rd ed. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 1999.

Cloutier, Edmond. The Planning of a National Capital. Ottawa: King’s Printer.

Cohen, Andrew. The Unfinished Canadian: The People We Are. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2007.

Cohen, Jean-Louis, and H. Damisch, eds. Américanisme et Modernité – l’Idéal Américain dans l’Architecture. Paris: Flammarion, 1998.

Cohen, Jean-Louis. Scenes of the World to Come: European Architecture and the American Challenge, 1893-1960. English ed. Paris; Montréal: Flammarion; Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1995.

Coleman, Alice. Utopia on Trial: Vision and Reality in Planned Housing. 2nd ed. London: H. Shipman, 1990.

Collier, Robert W. Contemporary Cathedrals: Large-Scale Developments in Canadian Cities. Montreal: Harvest House, 1975; 1974.

Commission Supérieure D’aménagement et d’extension des Villes au Ministère de l’intérieur. Quelques Realizations de Jacques Gréber. Strasbourg: Éditions D’architecture D’industrie et d’économie rurale, 1935.

Construire Une Capitale: Ottawa: Making a Capital. Ed. N. St-Onge J. Keshen. Ottawa Ontario: Acte Press, 2001.

Corkum, Nadja, and Emma Hesse. How Canada Got its Capital. Toronto: Published in association with The National Capital Commission by McClelland and Stewart, 1975; 1976.

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Conference Papers and Addresses

Adams, Thomas. “State, City and Town Planning.” National Conference on City Planning. Cleveland, June 5-7, 1916.

“ASPO Index to Proceedings of National Planning Conferences 1909-1961.” Chicago: American Society of Planning Officials, 1962.

Beard, Charles A. “The City’s Place in Civilization.” Abstract of an Address Delivered at the Joint Convention of the National Municipal League, Governmental Research Association and National Association of Civic Secretaries. Cincinnati, October 16, 1928.

Beer, G. Frank. “A Plea for City Planning Organization.” An Address Given before the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Commission of Conservation. Ottawa.

Bennett, Edward. “Some Aspects of City Planning, with General Reference to a Plan for Ottawa and Hull.” Addresses Delivered before the Canadian Club of Ottawa, 1913-14. Ottawa, April 21, 1914.

Canada, Constitutional Conference. “Canada, Constitutional Conference 21st Meeting, Document no. 96.” 1969.

Canada. Panel on the NCC Mandate Review, and Gilles Paquet. The National Capital Commission: Charting a New Course: Report of the Panel on the NCC Mandate Review. (Ottawa: NCC, 2006).

Canada, and City of Ottawa, Ottawa Light Rail Transit Project Contribution Agreement with the Federal Government, February 12, 2013.

Cauchon, Noulan. “Hexagonal Planning and Housing.” Proceedings of the Tenth National Conference on Housing. Philadelphia, January, 1929.

Cook, Fred. “The Evolution of the Federal District Idea.” Brief Given to the Professional Institute of Civil Service of Canada. Ottawa, November 26, 1930.

“Empire Club Speeches.” Addresses Delivered before the Empire Club of Canada during its Session of 1910-1911. Toronto.

“Fifty Years of Landscape Architecture.” Proceedings of the 1984 50th Jubilee Congress. Guelph, March, 1998.

“The First Canadian Housing and Town Planning Congress.” Industrial Bureau Auditorium Winnipeg, July 15-17, 1912.

Fischler, Raphaël. “Development Controls in Toronto in the Nineteenth Century.” Paper Prepared for the Annual Meeting of the Canadian History Association. McGill University, June, 1999.

Fiset, Edouard. “A Four Year Old Capital Plan.” Lecture Given to the Scientists’ Wives. February 15, 1950.

—. “Notes for Talk at Luncheon of Ottawa Branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada.” Talk at Luncheon of Ottawa Branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada. November 1947.

—. “Radio Talk by Mr. Edouard Fiset.” CKCH, Hull, Ottawa, January 16 1948.

—. “Radio Talk by Mr. Edouard Fiset.” CKCH, Hull. Ottawa, November 28 1947.

—. “Text of Speech Delivered by Mr. Edouard Fiset.” National Capital Planning Service. Ottawa, June 25 1946.

Fitzpatrick, Sir Charles. “Farewell Banquet to Retiring Governor-General.” Addresses Delivered before the Canadian Club of Ottawa 1911/12. Ottawa.

Gatineau, Ville de; City of Ottawa and National Capital Commission, Ottawa River Integrated Development Plan, 2003.

Gatineau, Ville de; City of Ottawa and National Capital Commission, Choosing our Future, 2012.

Gréber, Jacques. “Address Given at a Luncheon in Honour of the National Capital Plan Given by His Excellency Francisque Gay, Ambassador of France.” Ottawa, November 25, 1948.

Gréber, Jacques. “Address Given to the Corporation of Land Surveyors of the Province of Quebec.” Quebec, April 19. 1950.

—. “Address Given to the Ontario Citizens’ Planning Conference.” Convocation Hall, University of Toronto, October 15, 1948.

—. “Conference by Mr. J. Gréber Given at the Hull Armories on the Occasion of the Congress of L’union Des Municipalities de la Province de Quebec.” Quebec, October 29, 1947.

—. “Conference by Mr. J. Gréber, Chateau Laurier, Under the Auspices of la Societé d’Etudes et de Conferences d’Ottawa.” Ottawa, November 14, 1948.

—. “Organisation Des Travaux d’Architecture Aux Etats-Unis.” l’École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 3 mars, 1919.

—. “Radio Interview by John Caulfield Smith.” Station CBO, Chateau Laurier, November 15, 1946.

—. “Radio Interview of Gréber Following Convention of the Ontario Branch of the Community Planning Association.” Convention of the Ontario Branch of the Community Planning Association. Toronto, October 20, 1948.

—. “Radio Talk by Gréber Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.” Ottawa, April 25 1948.

—. “The Significance of Comprehensive Planning to the Municipalities.” Address Given by Gréber, July, Speaker: Edouard Fiset. Winnipeg, July, 1947.

—. “Survey Necessary for the Preparation of a Town Planning Project.” Address Given to the Faculty of Social Sciences. Quebec, April 26, 1950.

—. “Talk by Mr. Gréber at Kiwanis Club Luncheon.” Ottawa, February 22, 1946.

Hammer Greene Siler Associates, Ottawa Central Area Study: Final Zoning Report, (Ottawa, ON: City of Ottawa and National Capital Commission, 1969),

Kitchen, John M. “Hexagonal Planning.” Proceedings of the Tenth National Conference on Housing. Philadelphia, January.

Marjorie Grant Cook and Frank Fox. “The British Empire Exhibition 1924.” British Empire Exhibition. London.

Mawson, David. “Lecture on the Life and Works of His Grandfather Thomas Hayton Mawson Landscape Architect and Town Planner.” Calgary University, January 17, 1979.

—. “T.H. Mawson (1861-1933) – Landscape Architect and Town Planner.” The Reflection Riding Lecture by David Mawson, JP, FRIBA of Feilden & Mawson Architects, His Grandson, Delivered to the Society on Wednesday 16th November 1983, with Peter Youngman, FRTPI, PPILA, in the Chair.

Miller, M. “New Delhi: Vision of Splendour.” 12th International Conference of the International Planning History Society. New Delhi, December 11-14, 2006.

“National Conference of City Planning Fourth National Conference on City Planning.” Boston, Massachusetts, May 27-29, 1912.

“National Conference on City Planning.” Proceedings of the Seventh National Conference on City Planning. Detroit, June 7-9 1915.

“National Conference on City Planning.” Proceedings of the Eighth National Conference on City Planning. Cleveland Ohio, June 5-7 1916.

“National Conference on City Planning.” Proceedings of the Ninth National Conference on City Planning. Ottawa, 1917.

“National Conference on City Planning.” Proceedings of the Tenth National Conference on City Planning. Ottawa, Ontario, February 17th 1918.

“National Conference on City Planning.” Proceedings of the Eleventh National Conference on City Planning. Ottawa, October 20 -23, 1919.

“National Conference on City Planning.” Proceedings of the Seventeenth National Conference on City Planning. New York, 1925.

National Conference on City Planning. “Planning Problems of Town, City and Region.” Papers and Discussions at the Nineteenth National Conference on City Planning. Washington, May 9-11, 1927.

—. “Planning Problems of Town, City and Region.” Papers and Discussions at the International City and Regional Planning Conference. New York, April. 20-25, 1925.

—. “Proceedings of the Fifth National Conference on City Planning.” Chicago, May 5-7 1913.

—. “Proceedings of the Second National Conference on City Planning and the Problems of Congestion.” Rochester New York, May 2-4, 1910.

—. “Proceedings of the Sixth National Conference on City Planning.” Toronto, May 25-27, 1914.

Orski, Kenneth (ed.), Streets for People (Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 1974).

Ottawa, City of, Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Plans: Train, St. Laurent, Cyrville, November 14, 2012.

“Planning and National Recovery.” 1933.

“Planning Problems of Town, City and Region.” National Conference on City Planning: Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on City Planning. New York, 1929.

“Planning Problems of Town, City and Region.” National Conference on City Planning: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth National Conference on City. New York, 1932.

Regehr, Ted. “A Capitalist Plans the Capital.” 1984.

Science Council of Canada. “The Impact of the Microelectronics Revolution on the Canadian Electronics Industry.” Proceedings of a Workshop Sponsored by the Science Council of Canada Committee on Computers and Communication. Ottawa, July, 1981.

Statistics Canada, “Canada’s population estimates: Sub-provincial areas, 2014” The Daily, February 11, 2015.

Taylor, John H. “Whose Plan: Planning in Canada’s Capital After 1954.” Conference Proceedings, International Planning History Society Conference, the Planning of Capital Cities. Thessaloniki, 1996.

The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. “Histories of Landscape Architecture in Canada.” Inter-Professional Congress. March 26-28, 1998.

Thrift, Eric W. “Open Space Parks – A Capital Region Programme.” Speech Given by Eric W. Thrift to the New York Federation of Official Planning Organizations. Niagara, October, 18 1965.

—. “Speech to the Historical Society of Ottawa.” Ottawa, January 27, 1967.

“Town Planning Conference.” The Royal Institute of British Architects, London, Oct0ber 10-15, 1910.

Wolfe, D. A. “Knowledge, Learning and Social Capital in Ontario’s ICT Clusters.” Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto.


Government Documents

Abercrombie, Patrick. Greater London Plan. London: H.M. Stationery Off., 1944.

Adams, T., and et al. Pamphlet: Proposed Memorial Hall for the City of Ottawa., 1919.

Adams, Thomas. The Federal Housing Project. Ottawa Ontario: City of Ottawa, 1920.

Archibald, Margaret. By Federal Design: The Chief Architect’s Branch of the Department of Public Works, 1881-1914. Ottawa: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, 1983.

Australia Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs. Information, Conditions and Particulars for Guidance in the Preparation of Competitive Designs for the Federal Capital City of the Commonwealth of Australia. Melbourne: Australia Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs, 1911.

Australia, National Capital Authority. National Capital Plan. Australia: National Capital Authority, 2002.

—. Urban Design Guidelines for Perimeter Security in the National Capital, Canberra. Australia: National Capital Authority, 2003.

Australia. National Views on Australia’s Capital. Canberra: National Capital Planning Authority, 1996.

Aylmer, City of. Plan D’Urbanisme. Numero 300. Reglement no. 300-3-2001. City of Aylmer, 2001.

Aylmer, Town of. “Plan d’Urbanisme.” (August 21, 2001).

Bennett, Edward H., and Daniel Hudson Burnham. Report on Plan for San Francisco. San Francisco: City of San Francisco, 1905.

Buckingham, Ville de. Plan d’Urbanisme. Montreal: Daniel Arbour & Associes s.e.n.c., 2000.

Bureau de Greffier. Elections Municipale; 1875-77 and 1995-99; Rapports Des Presidents d’Elections., 1995.

Bureau of Surveys. Annual Report. Philadelphia: Bureau of Surveys, 1918.

Bytown [Ottawa]. The Bytown Gazette and Ottawa and Rideau Advertiser. Bytown [Ottawa], 1843.

List of Maps, Plans, Diagrams. Ottawa: King’s Printer and Controller of Stationery, 1948.

Canada, Advisory Committee on Reconstruction. IV. Housing and Community Planning. Ottawa: King’s Printer, 1944.

Canada, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Royal Commission on Canada’s Economic Prospects. Housing and Urban Growth in Canada: A Brief from Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to the Royal Commission on Canada’s Economic Prospects. Ottawa: Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1956.

Canada, Commission of Conservation. Civic Improvement League for Canada: Report of Preliminary Conference Held Under the Auspices of the Commission of Conservation. Ottawa: November 19, 1915.

—. Civic Improvement: Report of Civic Improvement League of Canada Held in Co-Operation with the Commission of Conservation. Ottawa: 1916.

—. Report of the Epidemic of Typhoid Fever
Occurring in the City of Ottawa, January 1st to March 19, 1911
. Ottawa: Commission of Conservation, 1975.

—. Report of the Third Annual Meeting of Commission of Conservation. Ottawa: 1912.

—. Report on the Epidemic of Typhoid Fever Occurring in the City of Ottawa. Ottawa: Commission of Conservation, 1911.

Canada, Department of National Defense, General Staff. “Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War.” (1955-1960).

Canada, Department of Public Works. General Conditions for the Guidance of Architects in Preparing Competitive Designs for the Proposed New Department and Justice Buildings. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1906.

—. General Conditions for the Guidance of Architects in Preparing Competitive Designs for the Proposed New Departmental and Courts Buildings for the Dominion of Canada in Ottawa, Canada. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1913.

—. “Notice to Architects.” (7th May, 1859).

Canada, Department of the Interior. Lower Gatineau Woodlands Survey: Interim Report. Ottawa: King’s Printer, 1935.

Canada, Federal Plan Commission of Ottawa and Hull. Report of the Federal Plan Commission on a General Plan for the Cities of Ottawa and Hull. Ottawa: Federal Planning Commission, 1915.

Canada, House of Commons. Bill 417: An Act Respecting the Development and Improvement of the National Capital Region. 1957.

Canada, Legislative Assembly, Journals. Vict 22 (29th January, 1859).

Canada, Legislative Assembly. “Canada Legislative Assembly, Journals.” Vict 29 (June 8th 1859).

Canada, National Capital Commission, Information and Historical Division. National Capital Commission : An Account of the History, Legislation and Composition of the National Capital Commission Together with an Outline of the Work and Projects of the Commission, Map and Illustrations., 1964.

Canada, National Capital Commission. Tomorrow’s Capital – an Invitation to Dialogue. Ottawa: National Capital Commission, 1975.

Canada, National Capital Planning Committee, et al. Planning Canada’s National Capital: An Introduction to the National Capital Plan. Ottawa: Federal District Commission, 1948.

Canada, National Capital Planning Service, and Jacques Gréber. Projet d’Aménagement de la Capitale Nationale, Canada 1950: Atlas-Annexe du Rapport Général. Ottawa: Impr. De sa très excellente majesté le roi, 1951.

Canada, Parliament, House of Commons. Bill: An Act Representing the City of Ottawa. Ottawa: S.E. Dawson: 1899.

Canada, Privy Council, and D. H. Fullerton. Capital of Canada: How should it be Governed? 1974.

Canada, Quebec Conference. “Resolution 61 for the Public Debt of the Provinces.” Quebec, 1864.

Canada, Special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons. Canada, Special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons on the National Capital Region. Ottawa: 1976.

Canada, Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of Canada and its Justices, 1875-2000. Toronto, Ont.: Published by Dundurn Group and the Supreme Court of Canada in Cooperation with Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2000.

Canadian Gateway Development Corporation. A Proposal for the Development of the Sussex-Mackenzie Site
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Canadian Marketing Group. Ottawa-Carleton Region, Silicon Valley North: Telecommunications and Computing Industry, Leading Companies, and Related R&D Organizations, Industry Profile & Segmentation Analysis: Preliminary Report. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada, Regional Innovation Office for the National Capital Region, 1997.

Citizens for Ottawa Planning. Removal of the Beachburg Line. Ottawa: 1967.

Civic League of Canada. Civic Improvement: Report of the Conference of the Civic League of Canada Held in Cooperation with the Commission of Conservation in the Railway Committee Room, House of Commons. Canada: National Library of Canada Government Publications Collections (85000c), January 20, 1916.

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—. Policy Objectives for Basic Research in Canada. Vol. Report No. 18. Ottawa: 1972.

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—. Village of Rockcliffe Park Heritage Conservation District. Ottawa: Village of Rockcliffe Park, 1997.

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Smith, Larry &. Co. Economic Prospects – National Capital Region. Ottawa Ontario: National Capital Commission, 1963.

—. Market Study: The Sparks Street Site Inc. Washington, D.C: Larry Smith & Company, 1968.

Smith, Wilber and Associates. “Traffic and Transportation Plan for Ottawa.” Ottawa: City of Ottawa, 1955.

St. Amour, Jean-Pierre. L’activité municipale en matière d’urbanisme dans l’Outaouais. Conseil Regional de Development de L’Outaouais, 1978.

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Steed, Guy P. Not a Long Shot: Canadian Industrial Science and Technology Policy. Vol. 55. Ottawa: Science Council of Canada, 1989.

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Toronto Task Force to Bring Back the Don. Bringing Back the Don. Toronto: Toronto Task Force to Bring Back the Don, 1991.

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United States, Government of. “An Act for Establishing the Temporary and Permanent Seat of Government of the United States.” United States,

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Von Baeyer, Edwinna. Garden of Dreams: Kingsmere and Mackenzie King. Toronto; Oxford: Dundurn Press, 1990.

West Carleton, Corporation of the Township of. Office Consolidation of the Official Plan for the West Carleton Planning Area. Ottawa: West Carleton Planning Department, 1986.

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Wylie, William N. T. Rideau Canal Reports, Ontario Region. Ottawa: Parks Canada, 1983.


Journal Articles

The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada a (1920).

The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.4-5 (1921).

Conservation of Life 1.2 (1914).

Conservation of Life 1.3 (1915).

Conservation of Life (1917).

Bulletin de la SADG 16.13 (1921): 159-163.

Town Planning Review 7.4 (1916): 268.

“11 a 19, Rue de l’Ourca.” Technique et Architecture 22.special (1962): 81.

Abbott, Carl. “Greater Portland.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly (1985): 12-21.

Adams, Thomas, and Lloyd T. Alwyn. “Professional Practice.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 12.9 (1926).

Adams, Thomas. “The Design of Residential Areas.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 21.6 (1935): 145-150.

—. “Dr. Adams on Planning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 22.2 (1935): 49-50.

—. “Editorial: Town Planning is a Science.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.3 (1921): 1-3.

—. “Housing and Town Planning.” The Canadian Engineer 37 (1919): 435-438.

—. “Landscape Architecture and Town Planning in America.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 17.4 (1931): 90-92.

—. “Landscape Road Design.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 16.10 (1930).

—. “‘London as it Ought to be.’ the Need of Foresight and Comprehensive Planning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 17.8 (1931): 187-191.

—. “Ottawa Town Planning.” The Canadian Engineer 30 (1924): 45.

—. “Ottawa-Federal Plan.” Town Planning and Conservation of Life 1.4 (1916): 88-89.

—. “The Planning of Land in Relation to Municipal and Social Problems.” The Canadian Engineer 37 (1919): 472-474.

—. “The Planning of Land in Relation to Social Problems.” American Society for Municipal Improvements 26 (1919): 351-367.

—. “Regional Planning and Urban Growth.” The Canadian Engineer 50.20 (1926): 575-576.

—. “Review of Town Planning in Canada.” The Canadian Engineer 46.26 (1924): 651-652.

—. “Road Planning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 24.5 (1938): 149-157.

—. “Series of Articles.” Conservation of Life 3.1 (1916).

—. “Series of Articles in.” Conservation of Life 3.1 (1916).

—. “Town Planning in Canada.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada (1917): 15-24.

—. “Town Planning in Canada and the USA.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 5.2 (1914): 155-159.

—. “Town Planning in Greater London.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.i-xi (1914-1915).

—. “What Town Planning really Means.” Plan Canada 16.2 (1976): 113-116.

Adamson, Anthony. “Thirty Years of the Planning Business in Canada.” Plan Canada 13.1 (1973): 4-12.

Adell, Jacqueline. “J. Austin Floyd: A Humanistic Landscape Architect.” Landscape Architectural Review (1984).

Al-Dubikhi, Sami, and Paul Mees. “Bus Rapid Transit in Ottawa, 1978 to 2008: Assessing the Results.” The Town Planning Review, 81.4 (2010): 407-24.

Allston, J. “The Rise and Fall… of Zoning.” Plan Canada 8.1 (1967): 4-5.

“L’Amenagement Local du Quartier de la Bourse a Marseille, M. Jacques Gréber Architecte Urbaniste.” Urbanisme.3 (1932): 77-82.

“The Annual Dinner.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.3 (1925): 13.

“Annual Dinner – Mayor Plant.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.10 (1922): 15.

Andrew, Caroline, & D. Doloreux, “Economic Development, Social Inclusion and Urban Governance: The Case of the City‐Region of Ottawa in Canada. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36:6(2012) 1288-1305.

Appleyard, Donald. “The Environment as a Social Symbol: Within a Theory of Environmental Action and Perception.” American Planning Association Journal 45.2 (1979): 143-153.

—. “The Environmental Quality of City Streets: The Residents’ Viewpoint.” American Planning Association Journal 38.2 (1972): 84-101.

“Appreciation for Mr. Cauchon.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 3.10 (1924): 12.

“The Architect’s Garden Vs. the Gardener’s Garden.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal 31.7 (1950).

“Architectural Competitions – can they Help Us to Obtain Better Public Buildings?” Canadian Art 3 (1950): 120-121.

Architectural Critic. “Behind the Scaffolding: A Critical Preview of Official Architecture in Ottawa.” Canadian Art 2.72-74 (1950).

Argyll, Duke. “Passages from the Past.” 2 (1907).

Armstrong, Alan A. “The Founding Fathers of CPAC.” Community Planning Review 14.2 (1964): 9-14.

Australia, Senate Select Committee. Report from the Select Committee. Vol. (Parliamentary Paper No. S2, 1955). Canberra: Commonwealth Printer, September 1955.

Bach, Ira J. “A Reconsideration of the 1909 Plan of Chicago.” Chicago History 2.3 (1973): 132-141.

Bacon, E. “The Language of Cities.” Town Planning Review 56 (1985): 174-196.

Baias, Stefan, and Jean-Francois Parent. “Achievements and challenges: the many faces of brownfield sites in the territorial system Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada.” GeoJournal of Tourism and Geosites10.2 (2012): 141-151.

Baias, Ştefan, and Jean-Francois Parent. “Achievements and challenges: the many faces of brownfield sites in the territorial system Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada.” GeoJournal of Tourism and Geosites 10, no. 2 (2012): 141-151.

Baker, Donna. “Town of Leaside – an Urban Novelty.” Acorn 17.Vernacular Architecture in Ontario, a special issue (1992): 12.

Balharrie, Watson. “The Intended Appearance of the National Capital.” Community Planning Review 11.2 (1952): 43-48.

Barker, Kent. “Random Observations on the Gréber Plan.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal 27 (1950): 32-36.

Batchelor, Peter. “The Origin of the Garden City Concept in Urban Form.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 17.3 (1969): 184-200.

Beaudoin, Eugene. “Jacques Gréber 1882-1962.” Bulletin de l’Academie d’Architecture 36.2-5.

Bégin, Benoit. “Québec at Montréal: Évolution de l’Architecture de Paysage: Ville Mont-Royal.” Continuité hors-série.1 (1990): 25-26.

Benali, Kenza. “Le réaménagement des Plaines LeBreton: une occasion de «rendre justice» à la communauté francophone d’Ottawa? ” Recherches sociographiques 54.1 (2013): 29-57.

Benali, Kenza. “Le réaménagement des Plaines LeBreton: une occasion de «rendre justice» à la communauté francophone d’Ottawa? ” Recherches sociographiques 54, no. 1 (2013): 29-57

Kenza Benali et Ella Bernier. “Le train léger sur rails d’Ottawa : les rebonds d’un projet de transport durable conflictuel,” Revue Gouvernance 10.2 (2014), 1-30.

Benali, K. (2013). Le réaménagement des Plaines LeBreton: une occasion de «rendre justice» à la communauté francophone d’Ottawa? Recherches sociographiques, 54(1), 29-57.

Benali, Kenza, and Caroline Ramirez. “Le plan de Jacques Gréber pour la capitale nationale: un héritage urbanistique décrié.” Cahiers de géographie du Québec 56.157 (2012): 51-80.

Benali, Kenza, and Caroline Ramirez. “Le plan de Jacques Gréber pour la capitale nationale: un héritage urbanistique décrié. “Cahiers de géographie du Québec 56, no. 157 (2012): 51-80.

Ben-Joseph, Eran, and David L. A. Gordon. “Hexagonal Planning in Theory and Practice.” Journal of Urban Design 5.3 (2000): 237.

Bennett, Edward. “The New Departmental Buildings in Washington, D.C.” T-Square Journal (1929).

—. “A Plan for Ottawa, the Capital of the Dominion of Canada.” American Institute of Architects Journal 4 (1916): 263-267.

—. “Why all Cities should be Zoned.” Illinois Journal of Commerce 4.1 (1922): 14-22.

Benoit-Levy, Georges. “L’Habitation Hexagonale.” la Technique du Traveaux (1929): 417-421.

—. “Hexagonopolis.” La Technique du Traveaux (1928): 316-318.

Bertram, Gordon, and Percy Michael B. “Real Wage Trends in Canada 1900-26: Some Provisional Estimates.” Canadian Journal of Economics XII.2 (1979): 299-312.

Birtles, T. G. “Scrivener’s Ideas and Mapping Surveys for an Australian Capital City.” Cartography 17 (1998): 15-25.

Bloomfield, Elizabeth. “Ubiquitous Town Planning Missionary: The Careers of Horace Seymour, 1882-1940.” Environments 17.2 (1985): 29-42.

Blumenfeld, Hans. “National Capital Plan: Glories and Miseries of a Master Plan.” Architecture Canada (1967): 32-35.

Bond, C. C. J. “Tracks into Ottawa: The Construction of Railways into Canada’s Capital.” Ontario History 17 (1965): 123-127.

Bowker, Walter. “How Ottawa Became the Capital.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal: 408-409.

Geoff Bowlby and Stéphanie Langlois, “High-tech boom and bust” Perspectives on Labour and Income, 3:4, (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, April 2002).

Brendon, C., et al. “Urban Innovations: Financial Tools in Brownfield Revitalization.” Plan Canada 44.4 (2004): 26-29.

Brennan, W. “Visions of a City Beautiful: The Origin and Impact of the Mawson Plans for Regina.” Saskatchewan History 46 (1994): 19-33.

“The Buffalo City Plan.” The American Abstract 129.2495, April 20 (1926).

Burrows, E. G., and M. Wallace. “Gotham: A History of New York to 1896.” (1999).

“Business Card Advertisement for Frederick Todd.” The Canadian Municipal Journal (1912): 475.

Canada 26 Vict. Sessional Papers, no.3. Report of the Omission Appointed to Inquire into Matters Connected with the Parliament Buildings at Ottawa. Vol. 3. Ottawa: 29th January 1963.

“Canada Legislative Assembly.” 21 Vict (December 31st 1858).

“Canada Legislative Assembly.” Vict 25 (April 9th 1862).

“Canada Legislative Assembly Journals.” 20 Vict (March 24th 1857).

“Canada Legislative Journals.” 19 (April 10th 1856).

Canada, Legislative Assembly. “Sessional Papers, 1863.” Vict 26 (29 January 1863).

“Canada’s National Building.” Construction (1908): 34-37.

“Canadian Architects Selected – Proposed Terminal and Hotel at Ottawa to be Built from Plans of Montreal Firm.” Construction (1908): 40-42.

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Cooperation. Blight in Your Community. Ottawa, Canada: Public Archives, 2000.

“Canadian Town Planning Gets Underway.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 5.5 (1926): 1-20.

Cantal-Dupart, M. “la Ville et l’Expo, L’Expo et la Ville.” Urbanisme 192 (1982): 62-68.

Carr, Alex. “Getting Ottawa on Track: An Analysis of Two Light-Rail Proposals.” Queen’s Policy Review, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Fall 2011) pp. 100- 120.

Carver, Humphrey. “The Universities and Community Planning.” Community Planning Review IV (1954): 19-23.

—. “Vision of the Great City.” Community Planning Review V.2 (1955): 45-48.

Cauchon, Noulan. “Address to the Ontario Town Planning and Housing Association Convention. Toronto, October 17-18.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.12 (1922): 1-3.

—. “Arterial Highways and Hexagonal Planning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.3 (1925): 13.

—. “Congestion: Its Effect upon Civic Life Material and Social.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada II.2 (1923): 14.

—. “Draft of Zoning by-Law for Ottawa.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 3.4 (1924): 2-3.

—. “A Federal District for Ottawa.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.9 (1922): 3-14.

—. “Federal District Plan.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.9 (1922): 5-6.

—. “Hexagonal Blocks for Residential Districts.” The American City (1925): 145-146.

—. “The Legislative Aspects of Town Planning Canada.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada VII.1 (1928): 4.

—. “Memorandum and Diagrams about Hexagonal Planning Traffic Interceptor and Orbit.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada V.1 (1926): 11.

—. “Memorandum on Zoning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 11.5 (1923): 2-12.

—. “Municipal Enhancement.” The Municipal World 28.2 (1918): 178-179.

—. “The New Federal District Commission for Ottawa.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada VI.1 (1927): 109.

—. “The Ottawa Planning Situation.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada VII.4 (1928): 99.

—. “Ottawa Town Planning Commission.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.4-5 (1921): 16-17.

—. “Plan for Ottawa.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada II.2 (1923): 11.

—. “Planning Organic Cities to Obviate the Need.” Annals of the American Academy 133.241-246 (1927).

—. “Planning the Canadian Capital.” The Municipal Review of Canada (1926): 156-158.

—. “The President’s Address – Zoning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.3 (1925): 2.

—. “Regional Settlement Planning as a New National Policy.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.2 (1925): 8.

—. “Retiring President’s Address.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada V.1 (1926): 1.

—. “Rural Planning and Development as Immigration Policy.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada III.2 (1924): 3.

—. “The Six-Sided Block.” National Real Estate Journal 18 (1929): 42-46.

—. “Street Corners.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.12 (1922): 5.

—. “Town and Regional Planning.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.6 (1925): 14.

—. “Town Planning.” The Journal of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada 3 (1926): 165-171.

—. “Town Planning and the Proposal for a Federal District of Ottawa and Hull.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.4-5 (1921): 16-17.

—. “Town Planning with Special Reference to Ottawa.” The Canadian Engineer 37 (1919): 455-457.

—. “Town Planning with Special Reference to Ottawa (Continued).” The Canadian Engineer 37 (1919): 477-478.

—. “Why is Town Planning?” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 1.12 (1922): 1.

—. “Zoning – its Financial Value.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada II.3 (1923): 11.

—. “Zoning and Town Planning Legislation.” Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada VI.5 (1927): 177-188.

“Cauchon’s Plans for Ottawa.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.4 (1925): 8-11.

Cervero, R. “Urban Transit in Canada: Integration and Innovation at its Best.” Transportation Quarterly 40(3), (1986).

Chapman, Brian. “Baron Haussmann and the Planning of Paris.” Town Planning Review 24.3 (1953): 177-192.

“Chappelle Funeraire Au Père-Lachaise, J. Gréber, Architecte.” la Construction Moderne 25 (1912).

Chapple, K., et al. “Gauging Metropolitan High-Tech and I-Tech Activity.” Economic Development Quarterly 18.1 (2004): 10.

Charensol, G. “Pour Sauver le Vieux Paris: Un Projet de Jacques Gréber.” Plan Beaux Arts 8 (1938): 1.

Charles, R. “le Zonage Au Québec; Un Mort En Sursis.” Plan Canada 28.1 (1988): 32.

Cherry, Gordon E., Harriet Jordan, and Kiki Kafkoula. “Gardens, Civic Art and Town Planning: The Work of Thomas H. Mawson (1861-1933).” Planning Perspectives 8.3 (1993): 307-332.

Cherry, Gordon. “Thomas Hayton Mawson (1861-1933): A Biographical Note.” Planning History Bulletin 9.2 (1987): 28-29.

“A Chronicle of Passing Events.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 5.3 (1914): 246-249.

“City and Regional Plan for Ottawa and District.” Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 11.6 (1928): 132-134.

“Civic Lessons.” Canadian Architect Vol. 40 (2) (February 1995).

Clark, Ron. “The Crisis in Canadian City Planning.” City Magazine 1.8 (1976): 17-25.

Clout, Hugh. “The Reconstruction of Upper Normandy: A Tale of Two Cities,” Planning Perspectives 14.2 (1999): 183-207.

“Coldbrook Garden City, St. John, N.B.” Conservation 2 (1913): 2.

Collins, John B. “An Innovative Lamp-Post Design of 1916 – A Fine Example of Urban Heritage in Ottawa.” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 20.5 (1993): 736-740.

Colville, Alex. “Architectural Competition: Can They Help Us Obtain Better Public Buildings.” Canadian Art 3 (1950): 120-121.

—. “Deplores the Gap Existing between Architects and the Public.” Canadian Art 8.3 (1950): 121-122.

Community Planning Association of Canada. FDC/NCC Annual Repots 1956-69, from What’s New in Planning: Report for 1961. Vol. No. 4. National Capital Regional Branch, 1962.

Coutts, Sally. “Park Planning in Ottawa.” APT Bulletin 7 (1982): 7-8.

Cret, Paul Philippe. “The Fairmount Parkway in Philadelphia.” The Park International (1920): 13-24.

Cross, M. S. “The Age of Gentility: The Formation of an Aristocracy in the Ottawa Valley.” (1967).

Cruikshank, E. A. “Charles Lennox, the Fourth Duke of Richmond.” 24 (1927): 323-51.

Cumbers, Andy, and Danny MacKinnon. “Introduction: Clusters in Urban and Regional Development.” Urban Studies 41.5 (2004): 959-69.

Cupido, Robert. “Appropriating the Past: Pageants, Politics, and the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 8 (1998): 155-186.

Dance, A. (2014). Negotiating Public Space on Canada’s Parliament Hill: Security, Protests, Parliamentary Privilege, and Public Access. Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d’études canadiennes, 48(2), 169-197.

Davidoff, Paul. “Advocacy and Pluralism in Planning.” Journal of the American Institute of Planners 31(4) (1965): 331.

de la Mothe, J., and G. Mallory. Industry-Government Relations in a Knowledge-Based Economy: The Role of Constructed Advantage. Ottawa: University of Ottawa, 2003.

de Sousa, Christopher A. “Brownfield Redevelopment in Toronto: An Examination of Past Trends and Future Prospects.” Land Use Policy 19.4 (2002): 297-309.

DeGrace, William. “Canada’s Capital 1900-1950: Five Town Planning Visions.” Environments 17.2 (1985): 43-57.

Delafon, S. G. “Jacques Gréber, Le Plan d’Urbanisme d’Ottawa Sera Réalisé Par Un Francais.” Il Arts (1947): 1.

Delaney, J. “The Garden Suburb of Lindenlea, Ottawa: A Model Project for the First Federal Housing Policy 1918-1924.” Urban History Review 19 (1991): 156-165.

Delorme, Jean-Claude. “Jacques Gréber: Urbaniste Francais ” Metropolis 3.32 (1978): 49-54.

DeVille, E. “Radial Hamlet Settlement Schemes.” Plan Canada 15 (1975): 44.

Dezarrois, Andre. “Les Jardins de M. Jacques Gréber.” Revue de l’art ancien et moderne 40 (1921): 172-181.

Dezarrois, André. “L’influence Française dans l’art des jardins en Amérique, Les jardins de M. Jacques Gréber.” Revue de l’art ancien et moderne 40 (1921): 173-181.

Dicaire, Linda M. M. “The Rideau Canal Driveway: Founding Element of Ottawa’s Evolving Landscape.” Ontario History LXXXIX.2 (1997): 141-160.

Diefenbaker, John G. “Acquisition of Land to Establish a Green Belt Around the Nation’s Capital.” Community Planning Association of Canada 8.3 (1958): 78-79.

Dimier, Louis. “Les Salons.” L’architecture 34.10 (1921): 1.

Doloreux, David. “Regional Networks of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Evidence from the Metropolitan Area of Ottawa in Canada.” European Planning Studies 12.2 (2004): 173-189.

Donald, Betsy. “Economic Competitiveness and Quality of Life in City Regions.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research (2001).

Donaldson, Sue. “Landscape Architecture in Canada.” Landscape Architectural Review 5.2 (1984): 3,17,24,39.

Duhamel, Alain. “Le Patrimoine: la reconversion d’un monastère.” Decormag (1980): 79-81.

Dunington-Grubb, Howard B. “The Garden and the Park Today.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal 31.7.

—. “The Garden of Nineteen-Fifty.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal 27.8 (1950).

—. “Is Gardening a Luxury.” Canadian Homes and Gardens.

Eliot, Charles W. “The Landscape Architect and the Ally of the Sanitarian.” The City Plan 1.1 (1915): 2-14.

Elliot, Bruce S. “The Famous Townships of Hull: Images and Aspirations of a Pioneer Quebec Community.” Social History XIII.24 (1979): 339-367.

“Engineers and what they are doing.” The Canadian Municipal Journal 8: 327.

Evan-Parry, B. “Zoning for Health.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada IV.3 (1925): 20.

“The Excellent Experiments.” Community Planning Review 2.2 (1952).

“The Express Highway and the Hexagonal Cell.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute 4.5 (1925): 15-16.

Faludi, E. G. “Planning in Three Canadian Cities.” Journal of the American Institute of Planners 11.3 (1945): 33-34.

Fear, J. “Ottawa’s Lumber Interests and Great Fire of 1900.” Urban History Review 8 (June 1979).

“Federal District.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 5.3 (1926).

Feldman, Maryann P. “The Entrepreneurial Event Revisited: Firm Formation in a Regional Context.” Industrial and Corporate Change 10.4 (2001): 861-91.

Ferrara, Luigi. “Noulan Cauchon, 1872-1935.” Perspectives: The Journal of the Ontario Association of Architects 1.3 (1993): 18-19.

“Fifth Annual Convention of the Town Planning Institute of Canada.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 4.3 (1925): 8-15.

Filion, Pierre. “Toronto’s Tea Party: Right-Wing Populism and Planning Agendas,” Planning Theory & Practice, 12, no. 3 (2011): 464-469.

Pierre Filion and Anna Kramer, “Metropolitan-scale Planning in Neo-liberal Times: Financial and Political Obstacles to Urban Form Transition,” Space and Polity, 15:3 (2011) 197-212.

Finan, J., and L. Elliott. “The Incomparable Charlotte Whitton can’t be Beaten.” Canada Month 3.6 (1963): 15-17.

“Fine Houses Built at Low Prices by Ottawa Housing Commission.” The Canadian Engineer (1921).

Fischler, Raphaël. “The Metropolitan Dimension of Early Zoning.” Journal of the American Planning Association 64.2 (1998): 170.

Fiset, E., and J. M. Kitchen. “Letters to Editor.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal 27 (1950): 113-116.

Fiset, Edouard. “Contribution de l’Architecte a l’Aménagement Urbain.” Community Planning Review V.1 (1955): 20-22.

Florida, Richard. “The Economic Geography of Talent.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 92.4 (2002): 743-55.

—. “Revenge of the Squelchers.” The Next American City.5 (2004).

Fountain, G. F. “Zoning Administration in Vancouver.” Plan Canada 2.3 (1961).

Freestone, R., and G. Cherry. “Burnhamania.” Planning History Studies 16.1 (1994): 41-42.

Freestone, R. “Canberra as a Garden City, 1901-1930.” Journal of Australian Studies 19 (1986): 3-20.

“The French Style.” Canadian Homes and Gardens. April (1930).

“The Garden Scheme and its Variations.” Canadian Homes and Gardens. October (1930).

Geddes, Patrick. “Regional and City Surveys as Affording Policy and Theory for Town Planning and City Design.” The Journal of the Town Planning Institute of Canada 7 (1920): 119-127.

Gertler, Meric S., and David A. Wolfe. “Local Social Knowledge Management: Community Actors, Institutions and Multilevel Governance in Regional Foresight Exercises.” Futures 36.1 (2004): 45-65.

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Gordon, Bertram, and Michael P. Percy. Real Wage Trends in Canada 1900-26: Some Provisional Estimates. Canada: Canadian Journal of Economics, 1979.

Gordon, David L. A. “Ottawa-Hull and Canberra: Implementation of Capital City Plans.” Vol. 11, No. 2 (Winter 2002).

Gordon, David L. A., and B. S. Osborne. “Constructing National Identity in Canada’s Capital, 1900-2000: Confederation Square and the National War Memorial.” Journal of Historical Geography 30.4: 618-42.

Gordon, David L. A., and Mark Seasons. “Administrative and Political Strategies for Implementing Plans in Political Capitals.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research (2009): 82-105.

Gordon, David L. A. “A City Beautiful Plan for Canada’s Capital: Edward Bennett and the 1915 Plan for Ottawa and Hull.” Planning Perspectives 13.3 (1998): 275-300.

—. “Frederick G. Todd and the Origins of the Park System in Canada’s Capital.” Journal of Planning History 1.1 (2002): 29-57.

—. “Introducing a City Beautiful Plan for Canada’s Capital: Edward Bennett’s 1914 Speech to the Canadian Club.” Planning History Studies 12.1-2 (1998): 13-51.

—. “Ottawa-Hull and Canberra: Implementation of Capital City Plans.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research 11.33 (2002): 179.

—. “Planning, Design & Managing Change in Urban Waterfront Redevelopment.” Town Planning Review 67.3 (1996): 261-290.

—. “Weaving a Modern Plan for Canada’s Capital: Jacques Gréber and the 1950 Plan for the National Capital Region.” Urban History Review 29.2 (2001): 43-61.

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Magazine Articles

Adams, Thomas. “What Proportion of Public Land and of Private Land should be Reserved for Open Spaces in a Regional Plan?” The American City June 1928: 106-107.

Arthur, Eric. “The Suburban Estate.” Canadian Homes and Gardens September 1934.

Borgstrom, Carl. “Chicopee: An Estate in Western Ontario.” Canadian Homes and Gardens August 1933.

—. “The New Spirit in Garden Design.” Canadian Homes and Gardens August-September 1935.

Bourns, B. “Ottawa Regional Planning: Winners Take $300,000,000.” City Magazine 1974.

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Clark, Ron. “The Crisis in Canadian City Planning.” City Magazine 1.8 (1976): 17-25.

“Decoration in Gardens.” Canadian Homes and Gardens July 15-August 15 1938.

Doucet, Clive. “Why Ottawa always Gets it Wrong.” Ottawa Life Magazine September/October 2005: 25.

Dunington-Grubb, Howard B., and Allan George. “The Relation of Garden to House.” Canadian Homes and Gardens August-September 1935.

Dunington-Grubb, Howard B., and J. V. Stensson. “Cottage Style.” Canadian Homes and Gardens October-November 1935.

Dunington-Grubb, Howard B. “The Country Estate.” Canadian Homes and Gardens November 1933.

—. “Economy in the Garden.” Canadian Homes and Gardens May 1934.

—. “Far-Famed Gardens of the Dominion.” Canadian Homes and Gardens March 1935.

—. “The Modernist in the Garden.” Canadian Homes and Gardens September 1938.

“English Garden Styles.” Canadian Homes and Gardens July 1930.

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Gagnon, Kristen, “Ottawa’s ‘Little Toronto’: Lansdowne Park’s lack of local,” Spacing Ottawa, December 15, 2014.

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Newspaper Articles

The Ottawa Citizen, July 2 1927.

Kingston Chronicle, March 9th, 1827.

“23-Story Hotel Planned.” Ottawa Citizen, September 14, 1965: p. 1.

“80 Percent Back Park for Daly Site, Poll Finds.” Ottawa Citizen, 23 May 1992.

Adam, A. M. “Why Renewal has Taken so Long.” Ottawa Citizen, May 24, 2004: B6.

Adam, M. “LeBreton Prize by Default: Report.” Ottawa Citizen, August 25, 2005.

—. “Metcalfe Grand Allée Dream is Dead.” Ottawa Citizen, February 20, 1999.

Adam, Mohammed, and Maria Cook. “Flats Project ‘Too Big a Bite’ for Smaller, Creative Developers.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 22, 2004, sec. E: 6.

Adam, Mohammed. “Beaudry’s Legacy.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 27 2004, sec. D: 9.

—. “Don’t Count on Parkway for Rail, City Told.” The Ottawa Citizen, November 4 2008, sec. C: 1.

—. “Give Gateway Plan a Go: Councillors.” The Ottawa Citizen, July 17 2008, sec. C: 1.

—. “Metcalfe Grand Allée Dream is Dead.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 20 1999, sec. C: 1.

—. “Part II: The Greenbelt and the Experimental Farm – what to do about them.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 20 2008, sec. C: 1.

—. “Shattered dream …,” Ottawa Citizen, January 13, 2007

—. “The Plan the City Wouldn’t Let You See.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 8 2004, sec. E: 1.

—. “Prime Elgin Site should be Given More Thought, Councillors Say.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 8 2004, sec. E: 1.

—. “When we Began 1845: For 160 Years, the Citizen, has been the Heartbeat of the Community.” The Ottawa Citizen, January 2 2005, sec. A: 1.

—. “Why Renewal has Taken so Long.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 24 2004, sec. B: 6.

Adami, Hugh. “Steering Clear of Gridlock on the Flats.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 20 2004, sec. B: 6.

“The Albert Street Parking Lot.” Ottawa Citizen, June 9, 1965: p. 6.

“All Trolleys to Vanish from City in Next Year.” Ottawa Citizen, May 15, 1958: p.6.

Appleton, R. “Builder Wins, City Waives High-Rise Rule.” Ottawa Citizen, November 16, 1965.

—. “City Skyline Faces Drastic ‘New Look’.” Ottawa Citizen, November 4 1965: p.1.

—. “Council Rejects Sale of City Parking Lot.” Ottawa Citizen, May 18, 1965: p. 13.

—. “High-Rise Hotel Facing Objection from NCC.” Ottawa Citizen, October 21, 1965: p.5.

“Asserts 92 Offenses Under Zoning Measure.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 20 1926: 26.

Atherton, Tony. “Echoes of LeBreton Flats.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 21 2004, sec. F: 8.

“au Revoir, Mrs. Pigott.” Globe and Mail September 8, 1992.

Aubry, Jack, and Jane Defalco. “Mounties Charge NCC General Manager with Fraud.” Ottawa Citizen,28 June 1985: A1.

Aubry, Jack. “The Dark Side of Hull; at Midnight the Bar Strip Seethes with Drugs, Crime and Sleaze.” Ottawa Citizen, December 11, 1988.

—. “Ex-NCC Official had Work done Free, Contractors Say.” Ottawa Citizen, 21 September 1985.

—. “New Museum in Hull Jewel in Shoddy Setting.” Ottawa Citizen, October 5, 1987.

—. “Ottawa a Capital Spot, Book Says.” The Ottawa Citizen, August 27 2007, sec. C: 4.

Bagnall, James, “Tech’s time,” The Ottawa Citizen, 13 July 2013: B1.

Bagnall, James, “Hot & Cold: JDS and Nortel are in a World of Hurt. Fortunately, they’re Not the Only Game in Town. Welcome to the Bipolar Economy.” The Ottawa Citizen, Jun 18, 2001. B2.

Ball, Lynn. “The Fullerton Report: Brickbats Outnumber Bouquets.” Ottawa Citizen, November 5, 1974: p. 1.

Barrière, Caroline. “Train léger: Ottawa en veut plus,” Le Droit, 24 novembre, 2001.

Barrière, Caroline et Dominique La Haye, “Train léger : la soumission de Siemens-PCL/Dufferin a été choisie,” Le Droit, 8 avril, 2006.

Beasley, Larry. “Beaudry is Linchpin of NCC’s Excellence.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 24 2004, sec. B: 4.

Bigi, Maurice. “Bilingualism: $105 Million ‘Reasonable Price to Pay for being Canadian’ Says Spicer.” Ottawa Citizen, December 16, 1974: 2.

“Bird’s Eye View of Plaza Traffic Plan on Trial.” The Ottawa Citizen, November 7 1929: 12.

“Board of Control Against OTC Sale.” Ottawa Citizen, August 5, 1958: p.7.

Boback, L. “Ottawa 50 Years from Now: Foes Blast ‘Bizarre’ Plan.” Ottawa Sun, June 9, 1998: 1.

Boswell, Randy. “Unearthing the Flats’ Buried Secrets.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 16 2004, sec. A: 11.

Bourdon, Buzz. “Bert Lawrence, Lawyer and Politician 1923-2007.” The Globe and Mail April 17 2007, sec. R: 5.

Brady, Sheila. “NCC Boss Rejects Call to Resign: Beaudry Forges Ahead on LeBreton Flats File.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 4 2004, sec. B: 3.

Brownell, Claire “Nortel campus goes to DND — at last; Public Works confirms $208-million purchase, consolidation,” The Ottawa Citizen, 18 Dec 2010: A3.

Burns, J. F. “For Canada’s Art, a Home of its Own.” New York Times, May 21, 1988: 13.

Cameron, S. “Government Takes Over Museum Job.” Ottawa Citizen, May 17, 1985.

—. “Trouble has Dogged New Museums.” Ottawa Citizen, May 21, 1985.

Cameron, Steve. “Dispute may Halt Museum Work.” Ottawa Citizen, 16 May 1985: A1.

Campbell, Jennifer. “British High Commission to Add Barricades on Elgin Street.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 6 2004, sec. A: 1.

Campbell, N. “3 Giant Towers: $100 Million Cost for New Defense HQ.” Ottawa Citizen, June 2, 1966: p.1.

Campbell, Norman. “NCC Plans for Hull Still Thorny Issue.” Ottawa Citizen, May 16 1969: p. 1.

—. “Question Government on Plans for New Campeau Building.” Ottawa Citizen, June 29, 1965: p. 14.

“Campeau Getting OTC Lot.” Ottawa Citizen, June 22, 1965: p. 1.

“Canada and Town Planning: Interview with Mr. Raymond Unwin.” The Record, Hampstead Garden Suburb February 1914, sec. 2: 87-89.

“Canada: The Seat of Government to be Removed.” New York Times, January 18th 1867.

“Canadian Affairs.” New York Times, 1859: 2.

Cauchon, Noulan. “Federal District – Town Planning.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 23 1912.

Chianello, Joanne “‘They did a fabulous job’; Design wins wide praise, but approval uncertain,” Ottawa Citizen, May 28, 2010, p.A1.

Chiasson, Heather. “NCC Board Unanimously Supports Marcel Beaudry.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 11 2004, sec. D: 4.

“Children Take First and Last Tram Ride.” Ottawa Citizen, May 2, 1959: p.3.

“City Planning Exhibit in Sherbrooke Today.” Montreal Gazette, November 25 1950.

Cleary, Gerald. “Action on NCC is Overdue.” The Ottawa Citizen, April 14 2004, sec. B: 4.

Cohen, A. “Demise of Portrait Gallery shows Canada in a Bad Light.” Kingston Whig-Standard, 15 November 2008.

Collins, K. “Gov’t Won’t Buy Permits to Build Area Museums.” Ottawa Citizen, April 5, 1984: 1.

“Colonel by Town Planner.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 24 1925: 41.

“Comment Ottawa Deviendra la Plus Belle Capitale.” La Tribune, Sherbrooke, November 21 1949.

Commission de la capitale nationale. “Demande de Manifestations d’Intérêt et de Qualifications: Site Prestigieux au Coeur de la Capitale du Canada.” Le Droit, March 6 2004: 27.

Connolley, G. “McIlraith the New Trouble Shooter.” Ottawa Citizen, July 10, 1965: p. 17.

Connolly, Greg. “Government Will Help Hull Catch Up.” 1969, May 13: 1.

“Contaminated Soil Represents no Risk, NCC Report shows: Dave Rogers.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 23 2004, sec. A: 9.

Cook, Maria. “3 Firms in Running to Develop Ottawa’s ‘Jewel’.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 15 2004, sec. A: 1.

Cook, Maria, “A bridge too close: Residents gird for Kettle Island fight,” Ottawa Citizen, September 23, 2008, A1.

Cook, Maria, “Suburban nation: An ambitious new study says it’s time for Canadians to dispel our urban myth” Ottawa Citizen, September 6, 2013, B1-B3.

Cook, Maria, “In search of the suburban ideal” Ottawa Citizen, September 6, 2013, B2-B3

—. “Creating a Place to ‘Live, Work and Play’.” The Ottawa Citizen, October 8 2003, sec. C: 3.

—. “The Future of LeBreton Flats.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 15 2004, sec. E: 1.

—. “A Great Exciter of the Imagination.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 16 2004, sec. A: 9.

—. “Greek Agora Inspired Vision for Flats Plan.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 18 2004, sec. D: 6.

—. “It’s all about the Plan.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 17 2004, sec. B: 1.

—. “LeBreton Design Response ‘Pathetic’.” The Ottawa Citizen, April 15 2004, sec. C: 1.

—. “NCC Invites Developers to Draw Up Housing Plans for LeBreton Flats.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 27 2004, sec. F: 1.

—. “Other Cities Prove Renewal can Start Small, Finish Big.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 28 2004, sec. E: 6.

—. “Ottawa’s Forgotten Garden of the Provinces.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 10 2004, sec. B: 1.

—. “A Tale of Two Streets: What Ottawa can Learn from Copenhagen.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 22 2008, sec. A: 1.

—. “Urban Design Controls: Enhancement or Encumbrance?” The Ottawa Citizen, August 9 2004, sec. B: 1.

—. “When it Comes to Design, NCC is Taking no Chances.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 26 2004, sec. F: 6.

—. “Where’s the Beef?” The Ottawa Citizen, May 31 2004, sec. E: 4.

“Council Challenged: Planners Will Take Height Bylaw Battle to OMB.” Ottawa Citizen, November 24, 1965: 3.

“Daly Site: Chairman Jean Knows Best.” Ottawa Citizen, 16 May 1992: K3.

Dare, Patrick, “Touchdown, Ottawa: Council OKs redevelopment of Lansdowne Park,” Ottawa Citizen, November 17, 2009, p. A1.

Dare, P. “Why NCC Doesn’t Want a Park on the Daly Site.” Ottawa Citizen, 7 May 1992.

Dare, Patrick and Mohammed Adam, “Secret contract likely to remain so,” Ottawa Citizen, January 13, 2007.

Dare, Patrick and Dave Rogers, “Kettle Island chosen as site for new bridge,” Ottawa Citizen, September 4, 2008, A1.

Dare, Patrick, and Mike de Souza. “NCC Receives $30M Boost Over 2 Years.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 21 2007, sec. E: 3.

Dare, Patrick. “Community Groups Abandon Champlain Bridge Court Fight.” Ottawa Citizen, September 11, 1997.

—. “An Exercise in Creative Salesmanship.” The Ottawa Citizen, November 4 2006, sec. E: 3.

—. “Kehoe Maps Out Downtown Palladium; Critics Question Scheme’s Logic, Seller’s Motives.” Ottawa Citizen, August 23, 1993.

—. “Obituary: A Champion of what was Right; Marion Dewar (1928-2008).” The Ottawa Citizen, September 16 2008, sec. A: 1.

—. “Open NCC Meetings to be Costly, Agency Says.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 29 2007, sec. F: 1.

—. “The Push for Palladium; in Kanata, the Arena’s Boosters Threaten to Drown Out Skeptics.” Ottawa Citizen, May 20, 1993.

de Bané, Pierre. “Beaudry’s Vision has made Ottawa Better.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 3 2004, sec. C: 4.

Debanné, Janine, and Paul d. Kariouk. “Recapturing LeBreton Flats’ Communal Spirit.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 29 2004, sec. E: 5.

Denley, R. “Beaudry, NCC Top MPs’ Hit List.” Ottawa Citizen, November 4, 2004.

Denley, Randall, “Finally, someone’s put a stop to light-rail madness,” Ottawa Citizen, December 13, 2006.

—. “The NCC’s Metcalfe Madness.” Ottawa Citizen, June 10, 1998.

—. “Transit Will Determine if we’re A City Or Suburbs.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 18 2008, sec. A: 16.

Denley, Randall. “Beaudry, NCC Top MPS’ Hit List.” The Ottawa Citizen, November 4 2004, sec. B: 1.

—. “Cabinet Minister Joins the Call: Beaudry must Go.” The Ottawa Citizen, January 24 2004, sec. D: 1.

—. “Drop Big Rail Dream, Get on the Bus.” The Ottawa Citizen, June 19 2007, sec. C: 1.

—. “Teron’s Concert Hall Plan Deserves Consideration.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 8 2004, sec. E: 1.

—. “Time for NCC’s Beaudry to Resign.” The Ottawa Citizen, December 27 2003, sec. D: 1.

—. “Working in Core Makes no Sense.” The Ottawa Citizen, December 11 2008, sec. C: 1.

Dexter, Alain. “la Rapport Fullerton: Queen’s Park Veut Plus d’explications Avant de Commenter.” Le Droit, November 6, 1974: 3.

“Door Opens at the NCC.” Ottawa Citizen, May 3, 2007: A14.

Doucet, Clive, “Here’s what’s wrong with City Hall,” The Globe and Mail, December 27, 2007

Doucet, Clive. “The Lost Promise of a Canadian Florence.” The Ottawa Citizen, July 1 2006, sec. B: 6.

Drake, Laura. “City Girds for Massive Fight Over Canceled Light-Rail Plan; no Sign of Settlement in $280-Million Lawsuits.” Ottawa Citizen, January 28, 2008.

Drolet, Daniel. “When we Began 1855: 150 Years After Ottawa was Created, the City’s Future has Finally Arrived.” The Ottawa Citizen, January 2 2005, sec. A: 1.

Drudi, Cassandra. “Montfort Urges Rejection of Kettle Island Bridge.” The Ottawa Citizen, November 6 2008, sec. C: 1.

Duffy, Andrew, “Glebe group vows to fight Lansdowne Live plan”. Ottawa Citizen, October 21, 2009, p. C2.

Eade, R. “Cut Glass: Ottawa Set to Rid Rideau St. of Enclosures.” Ottawa Citizen, July 28, 1992: p. C1.

—. “Daly Building Demolition Looms; Federal Heritage Body Can’t Agree on Saving Controversial Building.” Ottawa Citizen, 5 October 1991: A17.

—. “Daly Building: Demolition this Month.” Ottawa Citizen, 12 October 1991.

—. “Daly Building: Fired Developer Sues NCC; Coopdev Alleges Breach of Contract in Multi-Million Dollar Suit.” Ottawa Citizen, 8 October 1991.

—. “Ottawa Council Ready to Tear Down Bus Mall.” Ottawa Citizen, August 6, 1992: p. B1.

“Economics of Zoning.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 15 1926.

Egan, K. “Let’s have another Go at LeBreton.” Ottawa Citizen, August 24, 2005: C1.

—. “Let’s have another Go at LeBreton.” The Ottawa Citizen, August 24 2005, sec. C: 1.

—. “Stroke of Happenstance and Genius.” Ottawa Citizen, June 9, 1998: E5.

Egan, Kelly. “NCC Plans to Honour Men Who Shaped Capital.” The Ottawa Citizen, March 4 1998.

“An Electric Banquet.” The Ottawa Evening Journal, August 30 1892: 2.

“Eliminating the Streetcars.” Ottawa Citizen, May 17, 1958.

Elliot, Julia. “Praises in Order for People Who Care.” Ottawa Citizen, January 6, 1996.

Evenson, B. “Gallery Bash Draws 10,000.” Ottawa Citizen, May 21, 1988: 1.

“Expropriation Gets Reluctant Approval.” Ottawa Citizen, January 18, 1966: p. 11.

“Federal District and Town Planning: Traffic Diagonals and Outlets.” The Ottawa Citizen, February 26 1912: 7.

“Federal District is Proposed for Ottawa-Hull.” The Ottawa Citizen, October 12 1911: 1.

“Federal Governments’ Confederation Park Scheme.” The Ottawa Citizen, October 29 1927: 1.

Fischer, Doug. “Five Firms Share Bulk of Flats Contracts.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 23 2004, sec. A: 8.

“Former RCMP Head, Senator among Order of Canada Recipients.” Globe and Mail, March 9, 1996.

“Fourth NCC Employee Charged.” Ottawa Citizen, 11 March 1986: A1.

Fulford, R. “Conrad Black and Canadian Newspapers.” National Post, August 10, 2000.

—. “Is National Gallery Too Posh?” Toronto Star, May 16, 1987.

“Get to the Real NCC Problems.” Ottawa Citizen, August 24 2005, sec. C: 4.

“The Glebe Streets: Infusion of a New Spirit into the Ottawa Improvement Commission.” The Ottawa Citizen, April 20 1904.

Gordon, Charles. “A City’s Missed Opportunities.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 31 2004, sec. B: 4.

—. “Why the Rush on LeBreton Flats.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 31 2004, sec. B: 4.

Gray, John. “National Gallery, Museum to Get New Home.” Globe and Mail, February 19, 1982: 8.

Gray, Ken. “Ambitious Bayview Plan Sees a ‘People Place’ for Work, Play.” The Ottawa Citizen, July 30 2004, sec. F: 1.

Gray, Ken “Minding the gaps in funding for transit,” The Globe and Mail, March 10, 2007

Gray, Ken “The Kind of City We Want,” Ottawa Citizen, February 23, 2007

Gray, Ken, “Mr. Baird’s municipal preoccupation,” Ottawa Citizen, January 26, 2007.

—. “NCC Ignores Mayor’s Letter on LeBreton.” The Ottawa Citizen, April 9 2004, sec. B: 3.

—. “The Ottawa You Want.” The Ottawa Citizen, January 23 2009, sec. F: 4.

Guy, David, and Tony Lofaro. “‘Father of Nepean’ Served to the End; Farmer Dragged into Public Life Became One of City’s Smartest Politicians.” Ottawa Citizen, May 18, 2008: p. 1.

Hale, James. “Take a Leaf from Manhattan.” The Ottawa Citizen, May 19 2004, sec. B: 4.

Hay, John. “Huge Stakes in Land and Buildings in West Québec have Bound National Capital Commission Boss Marcel Beaudry to a Unique Set of Conflict Rules; A Man of Connections.” Ottawa Citizen, February 13, 1993.

Heartfield, Kate. “Buses are Transit, Too.” The Ottawa Citizen, June 19 2007, sec. C: 4.

Hempstead, Doug, “Province says no to Kettle Island bridge plan,” Ottawa Sun, June 17, 2013.

Hill, Bert. “Tundra Hopes for Break-Even Quarter.” Ottawa Citizen, November 21, 2002.

Hodge, Trevor. “Heritage Falls Off the Daly Tightrope.” Ottawa Citizen,20 October 1991.

“Hon. T. Ahearn, Canadian Electrical Engineer.” The Times (London), June 29 1938.

“How Hamilton might Become City Beautiful.” The Hamilton Herald, April 4 1917.

Hughes, Graham. “Champlain Bridge Ready to Open: Problem-Plagued Project 20 Months Late.” Ottawa Citizen, July 31, 2002.

Hume, Christopher. “Museum of Civilization Puts Visitors Right Inside History.” Toronto Star, June 21, 1989.

Hume, J. A. “Need of New Hull Span Emphasized by Planner.” Ottawa Citizen, December 8th, 1958.

Hume, J. A. “Ottawa-Hull Area Planned as Great National Memorial.” The Ottawa Citizen, August 30 1945: 13.

“Idea Developed by MacKenzie King.” The Ottawa Citizen, April 30 1949.

“Improvement Commission Gets Criticism from Landscape Artist.” The Ottawa Evening Citizen, May 26 1911: 10.

“Internal Audit of NCC Brings about Changes in Contracting Procedures.” Ottawa Citizen, 22 May 1985: A3.

“Investigation Launched into Hull Fire.” The Ottawa Evening Citizen, March 30 1946: 1, 14, 15.

Jenkins, Phil. “Inside the City’s Traffic Nerve Centre.” The Ottawa Citizen, December 22 2003, sec. D: 4.

Joyal, Serge, and Jerry Grafstein. “Relocating the Portrait Gallery: Not a Capital Idea.” The Globe and Mail, March 17 2007, sec. A: 27.

Kalinowski, T., and D. Rider, “’War on the Car is Over’: Ford Scraps Transit City.” Toronto Star, December 2, 2010, pp. A1, 17.

Keenberg, Ron. “NCC Robs the Future for a Quick Buck.” The Ottawa Citizen, April 9 2004, sec. B: 4.

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