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    Alasia, Alessandro. (2005) Skills, Innovation and Growth: Key Issues for Rural and Territorial Development: A Survey of the Literature." (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Agriculture and Rural Working Paper no. 76, Catalogue no. 21-601-MIE).

    Bollman, Ray D. and Heather A. Clemenson. (2008) "Structure and Change in Canada's Rural Demography: An Update to 2006." Rural and Small Town Canada Analysis Bulletin Vol. 7, No. 7 (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 21-006-XIE).

    Bond, Steve and Mike Coombes. (2007) 2001-based Travel-To-Work Areas: Methodology. (London: Office for National Statistics, Centre for Urban & Regional Development Studies).

    du Plessis, Valerie, Roland Beshiri, Ray D. Bollman and Heather Clemenson. (2001) "Definitions of Rural." Rural and Small Town Canada Analysis Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 3 (Ottawa:  Statistics Canada, Catalogue. no. 21-006-XIE).

    du Plessis, Valerie, Roland Beshiri, Ray D. Bollman and Heather Clemenson. (2002) Definitions of Rural (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Agriculture and Rural Working Paper No. 61, Catalogue no. 21-601-MIE).

    Ester, Martin, Rong Ge, Byron J. Gao, Zengijan Hu and Boaz Ben-Moshe. (2006) Joint Cluster Analysis of Attribute Data and Relationship Data: the Connected k-Centre Problem. (Burnaby: School of Computing Science. Simon Fraser University).

    Harris, Spencer, Alessandro Alasia and Ray D. Bollman. (2008) "Rural commuting: its relevance to rural and urban labour markets." Rural and Small Town Canada Analysis Bulletin Vol. 7, No. 6 (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Catalogue. no. 21-006-XIE).

    Kristensen, Knud. (1998) Functional Economic Areas of Denmark: Applying Input-Output Techniques to Commuting. (Nexo, Denmark: Research Centre of Bornholm).

    Neville, Jennifer, Micah Adler and David Jensen. (2001) Clustering Relational Data Using Attribute and Link Information. (Amherst, Massachusetts: Knowledge Discovery Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts).

    McNiven, Chuck, Henry Puderer and Darryl Janes. (2000) Census Metropolitan Area and Census Agglomeration Influenced Zones (MIZ): A Description of the Methodology (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Geography Working Paper Series No. 2000-2, Catalogue no. 92F0138MIE).

    Munro, Anne, Alessandro Alasia, Henry Puderer and Peter Murphy. (forthcoming) Self-contained labour areas: A methodology to delineate functional areas. (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Agriculture and Rural Working Paper, Catalogue no. 21-601-MIE).

    Puderer, Henry. (2008) Defining and Measuring Metropolitan Areas: A Comparison Between Canada and the United States (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Geography Working Paper, Catalogue no. 92F0138MIE — No. 2008002).

    Renkow, Mitch, Simla Tokgoz and Leon Danielson. (2001) Commuting and Employment Shocks: Implications for Economic and Fiscal Impact Assessment. (Raleigh, North Carolina: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, North Carolina State University).

    Shields, Margot and Stéphane Tremblay. (2002) "The Health of Canada's Communities." Supplement to Health Reports (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 82-003, Volume 13).

    Statistics Canada. (2007) 2006 Census Dictionary (Ottawa: Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 92-566).

    Tolbert, Charles M. and Molly Sizer. (1990) U.S. Commuting Zones and Labor Market Areas: A 1990 Update. (Washington, D.C.: Rural Economy Division, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Staff Paper No. AGES-9614).

    Yiu, Man Lung and Nikols Mamoulis. (2002) Clustering Objects on a Spatial Network. (Hong Kong: Department of Computer Science, University of Hong Kong).

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