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Sécurité (villes, zones rurales, zones suburbaines, sécurité privée)
Security (cities, rural areas, suburban areas, private security)
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des zones suburbaines
suburban areas
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eau, zones suburbaines, milieu urbain, Inde, Bolivie, conflits
water, suburban areas, urban environment, India, Bolivia, conflicts
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Le nombre de maisons dans les communautés à baux fonciers varie de moins de 50 à plusieurs centaines. Ils se trouvent généralement dans les zones suburbaines.
A landlease community is a development where residents own their home and rent the lot or “home site” where it is located from the landowner, who often provides community infrastructure, amenities and services.
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Les zones rurales du Québec produisent 20 % du PIB de la province et connaissent, en général, une augmentation de la population et des emplois. Néanmoins, il existe des disparités régionales. Certaines zones suburbaines et intermédiaires attirent des résidents et des entreprises alors que les zones principalement rurales en perdent.
Rural Québec generates 20% of the province’s GDP and overall is gaining population and jobs. Nevertheless, regional disparities remain, with some suburban and intermediate areas attracting residents and business while predominantly rural areas lose them.
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Même s'il y a eu des cas de fusion des services de police au Canada dans le contexte de la création d'organismes de gouvernance régionaux réunissant de grandes municipalités et des zones suburbaines et rurales contiguës, il y a eu peu de fusions des services de police réunissant des services de police des Premières Nations.
While police consolidation has occurred in Canada in the context of the creation of regional governing bodies for large municipalities and contiguous suburban and rural areas, there have been few police consolidations involving First Nation police services.
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Même s'il y a eu des cas de fusion des services de police au Canada dans le contexte de la création d'organismes de gouvernance régionaux réunissant de grandes municipalités et des zones suburbaines et rurales contiguës, il y a eu peu de fusions des services de police réunissant des services de police des Premières Nations.
While police consolidation has occurred in Canada in the context of the creation of regional governing bodies for large municipalities and contiguous suburban and rural areas, there have been few police consolidations involving First Nation police services.
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Dans les zones suburbaines, le nombre de personnes âgées devrait croître beaucoup plus rapidement que dans les régions rurales et éloignées, où le nombre de personnes âgées est déjà plus élevé que la moyenne.
Varying growth patterns of specific age groups in regions will also require different government responses. While the number of children in Ontario is projected to grow overall through to 2030, many regions are projected to see declines in this age group. This means that school enrolment will rise in some regions and fall in others.
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Ainsi, la totalité de la Ceinture de verdure est rattachée aux quartiers urbains; l'ensemble des zones suburbaines à forte croissance sont regroupées; et toutes les terres rurales à l'extérieur de l'aire d'aménagement urbain sont annexées aux quartiers ruraux.
In applying the principle of effective representation, and recognizing the three major communities, some general changes and realignments are suggested in the Options Report. All of the Greenbelt is attached to urban wards, all of the fast growing suburban areas are grouped and all rural lands outside the Urban Growth Boundary are moved to rural wards.
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Selon la commission, il ne conviendrait pas de définir la ville d’Edmonton comme étant « strictement » urbaine et les municipalités voisines comme étant « strictement » suburbaines. Edmonton se compose elle-même de zones urbaines et suburbaines où l’on trouve des tendances et des problèmes de croissance distincts (Edmonton Population and Employment Forecast Allocation Study, 2000-2025, rapport sommaire, novembre 2001). En d’autres termes, toute région urbaine a des préoccupations de nature « urbaine » et « suburbaine ». Dans la mesure où la distinction peut être pertinente, les limites de la région d’Edmonton placent les zones « suburbaines » d’Edmonton avec les municipalités « suburbaines » voisines dans la région d’Edmonton.
To classify Edmonton as "solely" urban and the surrounding municipalities as "solely" suburban is, in the Commission's view, inappropriate. The City of Edmonton itself has both inner city and suburban areas with distinctive growth patterns and issues (Edmonton Population and Employment Forecast Allocation Study, 2000–2025, Summary Report, November 2001). In other words, there are both "urban" and "suburban" interests within any urban region. To the extent that any distinction between urban and suburban is relevant, the Edmonton Region boundaries place the "suburban" parts of Edmonton with the "suburban" municipalities in the Edmonton Region.
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C’est ainsi que les Docklands et Trafford Park, le port de Duisbourg, le front de mer de Barcelone et le Parque das Nações de Lisbonne ont renouvelé l'image de l'urbanisme. À l'avenir, l'aménagement urbain devra s'appliquer à revitaliser les friches urbaines et à inciter l'investissement privé à moins s'intéresser aux zones suburbaines.
The 1970s-hope that IT would allow massive substitution of physical exchange for information exchange did not materialise. E-mail and phone communication, goods transportation and face- to-face contacts, business and leisure trips are all on the rise. Cities may be considered service or knowledge cities, but they are nevertheless faced with growing mobility, with an unlimited appetite for transport infrastructure and a need for better traffic management, as space for transportation in most inner city areas cannot be increased. More effective modes of mobility will be necessary for the survival of cities and for the quality of urban life for city dwellers.
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La seconde version, associée à la prémodernité, aux traditions autochtones, au milieu rural, à la pauvreté, etc., est pratiquée dans les Andes et dans les zones rurales, ainsi que dans les zones suburbaines défavorisées
Peruvian Constitution allows freedom of religion. The major religion in Peru is Roman Catholicism which was first introduced by Spanish conquistadores, and then imposed by Colonial and Republican rule. Evangelical churches have been noticeably increasing since the 70’s.Peruvian Catholicism is practiced distinctly by two areas. The first, oriented more to European European and North Americanvalues such as modernity, progress, and global lifeispracticed in urban areas. The second one, associated to pre-modernity, native traditions, rural background, poverty, etc, is practiced in Andean and rural regions, as well as in suburban marginalized areas.
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Ce qu'il y a d'intéressant, c'est que, même si la pauvreté est la plus forte dans les régions urbaines, sa répartition dans les villes est très localisée. Vous avez des villes comme Toronto, par exemple, où la pauvreté commence à s'installer dans les zones suburbaines.
You've probably noted in many of your communities that you now are seeing local poverty studies, and different patterns are emerging. What's interesting, it's important to note, is that while it's highest in urban areas in Canada, the composition of poverty in individual communities is very local. You have cities such as Toronto, for instance, where you are beginning to see the emergence of the suburbanization of poverty. Poverty is now becoming concentrated in the inner suburbs of Toronto. Then you have cities like Saint John, New Brunswick, for instance, where they have a very deprived inner city core and so forth. In Vancouver the dynamics of poverty changed substantially through the 1990s, and you're beginning to see enclaves; for instance, the cities of Richmond and Coquitlam, which historically used to have fairly low poverty rates, actually have much higher rates of poverty because of the concentration of new immigrants.