Talk:Megaregions of the United States
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Reno and Las Vegas
I decided to add Reno and Las Vegas to the list with Reno as part of the Northern California and Las Vegas as part of Southern California. Even if these cities are in The State of Nevada, they are still part of their respected mega region
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North East region au Quebec/Canada
I would like to see more details on the North East and great lakes mage regions from a North American perspective that includes both canadian largest cities, Toronto and Montreal. My feeling is that Toronto is more linked to the great lakes economically and historically but that Montreal is much more linked to the North East region through the Champlain's region, both historically and geographically related. Upstate NY, burlington, etc. is very much integrated with Montreal, less than 100 miles away. Slavoie (talk) 18:24, 7 March 2017 (UTC) slavoie
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