Scholars Portal GeoPortalhttp://geo.scholarsportal.infoDonnées nouvelles dans ScholarsPortal GeoPortalScholars Portal GeoPortalhttp://geo.scholarsportal.infohttp://images.scholarsportal.info/favicon.gif/NAP/DLI_2016_Census_RNF_Eng_Nat_rnf.xmlRoad Network File (RNF), 2016 Census<p>The Road Network File is a digital representation of Canada´s national road network, containing information such as major roads, street names, types, directions and address ranges. Address ranges are dwelling-based and occur mainly in large urban centres of Canada. The 2011 Census Road Network File also includes the unique identifier, name and type for each side of a street arc (where applicable) for the following geographic levels: provinces and territories, census subdivisions, census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations. In the 2016 Census Road Network File, streets are ranked according to five levels of detail, suitable for mapping at small to medium scales.</p><p>The 2011 Road Network File is available as part of the 2016 suite of Geography products, and used in conjunction with products and services from the 2016 Census.</p>Thu, 24 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2016/_Census/_RNF/_Eng/_Nat/_rnf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2016_Census_RNF_Fr_Nat_frr.xmlFichier du réseau routier (FRR), Année de recensement 2016<p>Les Fichiers du réseau routier (FRR) sont diffusés dans le but de fournir de l’information géographique de référence pour les données du Recensement de 2016. </p><p>De façon générale, les tranches d’adresses sont fondées sur les logements et sont principalement disponibles pour les grands centres urbains du Canada. Elles peuvent servir à désigner les limites des régions géographiques selon lesquelles les données du recensement sont totalisées, ou à demander l’extraction de données du recensement selon les régions géographiques définies par l’utilisateur.</p>Thu, 24 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2016/_Census/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_frr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2016_Census_CBF_Eng_series.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 2016 Census<p>This data series contains all the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2016 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Aggregate Dissemination Areas</li><li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li> <li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2013 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas (coming soon)</li> <li>Population Centres</li> <li>Population Ecumene Census Divisions</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> </ul><p> Hydrographic reference files are also available as a single download. This download includes a Coastal file, Inland Lakes and Rivers file (polygon), and Inland Rivers file (line).</p>Thu, 24 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2016/_Census/_CBF/_Eng/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2016_Census_DBF_Eng_series.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 2016 Census<p>This data series contains all the Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2016 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Aggregate Dissemination Areas</li><li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li> <li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2013 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas (coming soon)</li> <LI>Population Centres</li><li>Provinces & Territories</li> </ul><p> Hydrography and other reference files and documentation are available for download from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Thu, 24 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2016/_Census/_DBF/_Eng/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2016_Census_CBF_Fra_series.xmlFichiers des Limites Cartographiques (FLC), Recensement de 2016<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers des limites cartographiques (FLC) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2016. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p> <ul> <li>Aires de diffusion </li> <li>Aires de diffusion agrégées</li><li>Centres de population</li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2013</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li> <li>Divisions de recensement - écoumène de population</li> <li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles de recensement</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement (disponible bientôt) </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li> <li> Subdivisions de recensement unifies</li> </ul><p> Les fichiers de référence hydrographiques sont aussi disponibles en téléchargement unique. Ce téléchargement comprend un fichier des littoraux, un fichier de lacs et rivières (polygone), et un fichier de rivières intérieurs (trait). </p>Thu, 24 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2016/_Census/_CBF/_Fra/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2016_Census_DBF_Fra_series.xmlFichiers numériques des limites (FNL), Recensement de 2016<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers numériques des limites (FNL) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2016. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p> <ul> <li>Aires de diffusion </li><li>Aires de diffusion agrégées</li> <li>Centres de population</li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2013</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li><li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles de recensement</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement (disponible bientôt) </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement unifies</li></ul><p> Fichiers d’hydrographie, et autres fichiers de référence et de documentation, sont disponibles pour téléchargement à partir de Scholars Geoportal. </p>Thu, 24 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2016/_Census/_DBF/_Fra/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_CBF_Fra.xmlFichiers des Limites Cartographiques (FLC), Recensement de 1996<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers des limites cartographiques (FLC) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 1996. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p><ul><li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 1987</li><li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 1996</li><li>Divisions de recensement</li><li> Parties de Localité designee</li><li>Provinces et Territoires</li><li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li><li>Régions urbaines</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Secteurs de dénombrement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement unifiée</li></ul><p> Fichiers d’hydrographie, et autres fichiers de référence et de documentation, sont disponibles pour téléchargement à partir de Scholars Geoportal. </p><p>Les fichiers de données originaux proviennent de l'Initiative de démocratisation des données (IDD), un programme de Statistique Canada qui fournit des données aux établissements d'enseignement au Canada. Les fichiers originaux ont été convertis à partir du format de fichier Arcinfo Interchange E00 (.e00) ou du format de fichier MapInfo TAB (.tab) dans un format shapefile (.shp), dans le cadre d'un projet de migration de données pour améliorer l'utilisation spatiale des données. Les fichiers de données d'origine, ainsi que d'autres fichiers et documents de support, sont disponibles en téléchargement supplémentaire auprès de Scholars GeoPortal.</p>Thu, 10 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_CBF/_Fra.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_DBF_Fra.xmlFichiers Numériques des Limites (FNL), Recensement de 1996<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers numériques des limites (FNL) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 1996. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p><ul><li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 1987</li><li>Divisions de recensement</li><li> Parties de Localité designee</li><li>Provinces et Territoires</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li><li>Régions urbaines</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Secteurs de dénombrement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement unifiée</li></ul><p> Fichiers d’hydrographie, et autres fichiers de référence et de documentation, sont disponibles pour téléchargement à partir de Scholars Geoportal. </p><p>Les fichiers de données originaux proviennent de l'Initiative de démocratisation des données (IDD), un programme de Statistique Canada qui fournit des données aux établissements d'enseignement au Canada. Les fichiers originaux ont été convertis à partir du format de fichier Arcinfo Interchange E00 (.e00) ou du format de fichier MapInfo TAB (.tab) dans un format shapefile (.shp), dans le cadre d'un projet de migration de données pour améliorer l'utilisation spatiale des données. Les fichiers de données d'origine, ainsi que d'autres fichiers et documents de support, sont disponibles en téléchargement supplémentaire auprès de Scholars GeoPortal.</p>Thu, 10 Aug 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_DBF/_Fra.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_Single.xmlLondon Street Centrelines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set represents the streets in the City of London, Ontario as linear features.</p>Wed, 26 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_Single.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_culvpnt.xmlLondon Small Culverts<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of small culverts in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 18 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_culvpnt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2015_airportlin.xmlLondon Airport Line<p>The 2015 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the boundaries of airport features in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 11 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2015/_airportlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_Railways.xmlLondon Railways<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of railways in the City of London, Ontario.</p> <p><i>Note: Previous editions of the information contained in this dataset can be found in the <b>London Rail Lines, London Abandoned Rail Lines</b> and <b>London Rail Segments </b> datasets.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_Railways.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_Driveways.xmlLondon Driveways<p>Th 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of parking lots and access ways in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: Formerly part of the <b>London Parking Lots and Access Ways</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_Driveways.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_TopoMapIndexText.xmlLondon Topographic Map Index Text<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of topographic mapping index annotative text for the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_TopoMapIndexText.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/WesternLondonMrSID.xmlLondon Colour Digital Orthoimagery<p>The City of London Digital Mapping Data Distribution raster GIS dataset contains very detailed 15cm pixel resolution orthoimages (.sid) clipped to the city boundary.</p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//WesternLondonMrSID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_Dams.xmlLondon Dams<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of dams in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: Formerly part of the <b>London Water (Lines)</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_Dams.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_TopoMapIndex.xmlLondon Topographic Map Index<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a topographic mapping index of the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_TopoMapIndex.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_SmokeStacks.xmlLondon Smoke Stacks<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of smoke stacks in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: Formerly part of the <b>London Structures (Lines) / London Building Outlines</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_SmokeStacks.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_Silos.xmlLondon Silos<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of silos in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: Formerly part of the <b>London Structures (Lines) / London Building Outlines</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_Silos.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_WaterEdges.xmlLondon Water Edges<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of water in the City of London, Ontario.</p> <p><i>Note: Previous editions of the information contained in this dataset can be found in the <b>London Water (Lines), London Stream Segments</b>, and <b>London Shoreline Segments </b> datasets.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_WaterEdges.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_ParkingLotEdges.xmlLondon Parking Lot Edges<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of parking lot edges in the City of London, Ontario.</p> <p><i>Note:Previous editions of the information contained in this dataset can be found in the <b>London Parking Lots and Access Ways</b> and <b>London Parking Lot Segments</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_ParkingLotEdges.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_ParkingLotPoints.xmlLondon Parking Lot Points<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of parking lot centroids in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: Previous editions of the information contained in this dataset can be found in the <b> London Paved Parking Lot Centroids, London Unpaved Parking Lot Centroids</b> and <b>London Unknown Parking Lot Centroids </b> datasets.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_ParkingLotPoints.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2016_Tanks.xmlLondon Tanks<p>The 2016 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of tanks in the City of London, Ontario.</p> </p> <p><i>Note: Previous editions of the information contained in this dataset can be found in the <b>London (non-water) Tanks, London Petroleum Tanks,</b> and <b>London Water Tanks </b> datasets.</i></p>Wed, 5 Jul 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2016/_Tanks.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/York_KeeleCampus_Worldview_2016.xmlWorldView2 Georeferenced Satellite Image of Vaughan and York University’s Keele Campus - 2016<p>Worldview 2 Satellite Image: Georeferenced image of York University Keele campus and parts of the City of Vaughan.</p> <p>Consists of two images: a multispectral (colour – 8 bands) and a panchromatic (black and white).</p> <p>Specifications:</p> <ul> <li>Resampling: Nearest Neighbour Analysis</li> <li>Multispectral Bands: Coastal Blue (1), Blue (2), Green (3), Yellow (4), Red (5), Red-Edge (6), NIR1 (7), NIR2 (8)</li> <li>Panchromatic (black and white) Image Resolution: 0.4 metres</li> <li>Multispectral (colour) image resolution: 1.6 metres</li> <li>Image Date: July 21, 2016</li> <li>Cloud Cover: 0%</li> </ul>Thu, 29 Jun 2017 08:00:00 ESTDigital Globehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//York/_KeeleCampus/_Worldview/_2016.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_traillin_series.xmlLondon Trails<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of trails in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 26 Jun 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_traillin/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_HealthRegions_Eng_Nat_series.xmlHealth Regions: Boundaries and Correspondence with Census Geography<p>Health regions are defined by the provinces and represent administrative areas or regions of interest to health authorities. This series of datasets contains the digital boundaries depicting health regions in Canada, and, correspondence files linking health regions to the latest Census geographic codes.</p> <p>Health Regions: Boundaries and Correspondence with Census Geography reflects the health region boundaries provided in this product are based Census geographic units. Since census geography does not recognize provincial health region boundaries, a health region-to-census geography correspondence file provides the linkage between health regions and their component census geographic units. These correspondence files use the smallest relevant census geographic unit (dissemination area (da) and dissemination block (db), in most cases).</p><p>Correspondence files are available as supplemental data from the additional documentation section.</p><p>In addition to the geographic files, this product also includes Census data (basic profile) for health regions.</p>Fri, 9 Jun 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_HealthRegions/_Eng/_Nat/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2000_HealthRegions_Fr_Nat_series.xmlRégions sociosanitaires: limites et correspondance avec la géographie<p>Les régions sociosanitaires, définies par les provinces, correspondent à des unités ou des régions administratives qui présentent un intérêt pour les autorités en matière de santé. Ce produit contient les fichiers de correspondance (qui permettent de faire le lien entre les régions sociosanitaires et les codes géographiques du recensement les plus récents) et les fichiers numériques des limites.</p><p>Le Régions sociosanitaires: limites et correspondance avec la géographie décrit en détails les limites des régions sociosanitaires que leur correspondance avec la géographie. Étant donné que le découpage géographique du recensement ne tient pas compte des limites des régions sociosanitaires provinciales, un fichier de correspondance permet le couplage des régions sociosanitaires et des unités géographiques du recensement qui en font partie. Ces fichiers de correspondance reposent sur la plus petite unité géographique pertinente du recensement.</p><p>Fichiers de correspondance sont disponibles sous forme de données supplémentaire.</p><p>En plus des fichiers géographiques, ce produit comprend aussi les données du Recensement pour les régions sociosanitaires (profil de base).</p>Fri, 9 Jun 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2000/_HealthRegions/_Fr/_Nat/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/York_KeeleCampus_Worldview_2012.xmlWorldView2 Georeferenced Satellite Image of York University’s Keele Campus - 2012<p>Worldview 2 Satellite Image: Georeferenced image of York University Keele campus and surrounding areas.</p> <p>Consists of two images: a multispectral (colour – 8 bands) and a panchromatic (black and white).</p> <p>Specifications:</p> <ul> <li>Resampling: Nearest Neighbour Analysis</li> <li>Multispectral Bands: Coastal Blue (1), Blue (2), Green (3), Yellow (4), Red (5), Red-Edge (6), NIR1 (7), NIR2 (8)</li> <li>Panchromatic (black and white) Image Resolution: 0.5 metres</li> <li>Multispectral (colour) image resolution: 2 metres</li> <li>Image Date: July 25, 2012</li> <li>Cloud Cover: 0%</li> </ul>Tue, 16 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTDigital Globehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//York/_KeeleCampus/_Worldview/_2012.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/York_CostaRica_Worldview_2012.xmlWorldView2 Georeferenced Satellite Image of York University’s EcoCampus in Costa Rica<p>Worldview 2 georeferenced satellite images of York University’s Las Nubes Campus located northeast of San Isidro de El General, in Costa Rica.</p> <p>Consists of two images: a multispectral (colour – 8 bands) and a panchromatic (black and white).</p> <p>Specifications:</p> <ul> <li>Resampling: Nearest Neighbour Analysis</li> <li>Multispectral Bands: Coastal Blue (1), Blue (2), Green (3), Yellow (4), Red (5), Red-Edge (6), NIR1 (7), NIR2 (8)</li> <li>Panchromatic (blank and white) Image Resolution: 40 cm</li> <li>Multispectral (colour) image resolution: 1.6 metres</li> <li>Image Date: March 9, 2012</li> <li>Pixel Depth: 16-bit</li> <li>Dynamic Range: Off</li> <li>Cloud Cover: 2%</li> <li>Digital Globe Catalogue ID for the original image: 1030010011567400</li> </ul>Tue, 16 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTDigital Globehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//York/_CostaRica/_Worldview/_2012.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2010_Ditch.xmlGuelph Ditches<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the ditches located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2010/_Ditch.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterMain_series.xmlGuelph Water Mains<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the water mains located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterMain/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterManHole_series.xmlGuelph Water Manholes<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water manhole located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterManHole/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormLateral_series.xmlGuelph Storm Laterals<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the storm laterals located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormLateral/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SanitaryValve_series.xmlGuelph Sanitary Valves<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a sanitary valve located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SanitaryValve/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SanitaryLateral_series.xmlGuelph Sanitary Laterals<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the sanitary laterals located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SanitaryLateral/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormManHole_series.xmlGuelph Storm Manholes<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a storm manhole located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormManHole/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SanitaryManHole_series.xmlGuelph Sanitary Manholes<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a sanitary manhole located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SanitaryManHole/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2016_Trails.xmlGuelph Trails<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the trails located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2016/_Trails.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Parks_series.xmlGuelph Parks<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a park situated within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Parks/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SanitaryPipe_series.xmlGuelph Sanitary Pipes<p>This dataset contains lines which represent the sewer pipe network within the City of Guelph. In the attribute table each pipe record includes information about the pipe's material, diameter, slope and length.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SanitaryPipe/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Railway_series.xmlGuelph Railways<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the rail lines located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Railway/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_CurbEdge_series.xmlGuelph Curb Edges<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the curb edges located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_CurbEdge/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Parcels_series.xmlGuelph Parcels<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a land parcel situated within the City of Guelph boundaries. Each parcel contains information like area, perimeter land use.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Parcels/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterBoosters_series.xmlGuelph Water Boosters<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water booster located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterBoosters/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Porches_series.xmlGuelph Porches<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the porches located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Porches/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StromCeptor_series.xmlGuelph Stormceptors<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a stormceptor located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StromCeptor/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Driveways_series.xmlGuelph Driveways<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the driveways located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Driveways/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterReducer_series.xmlGuelph Water Reducers<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water reducer located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterReducer/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterTower_series.xmlGuelph Water Towers<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water tower located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterTower/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Wards_series.xmlGuelph Wards<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a ward situated within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Wards/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterHydrant_series.xmlGuelph Water Hydrants<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water hydrant located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterHydrant/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_GuelphLake_series.xmlGuelph Lake<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a portion of Guelph Lake.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_GuelphLake/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_FireStations_series.xmlGuelph Fire Stations<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a fire station located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_FireStations/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormDitch_series.xmlGuelph Storm Ditches<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the storm ditches located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormDitch/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Streets_series.xmlGuelph Streets<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the streets and roads located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Streets/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_RoadArea_series.xmlGuelph Road Area<p>This dataset contains polygons, representing road area situated within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_RoadArea/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Hydrology_series.xmlGuelph Hydrology<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the water features located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Hydrology/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterReservoirs_series.xmlGuelph Water Reservoirs<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water reservoir located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterReservoirs/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Fences_series.xmlGuelph Fences<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the fences located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Fences/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormPipe_series.xmlGuelph Storm Pipes<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the storm water pipes located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormPipe/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SanitaryLiftStation_series.xmlGuelph Sanitary Lift Stations<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a sanitary lift station located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SanitaryLiftStation/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormCulvert_series.xmlGuelph Storm Culverts<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the storm culverts located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormCulvert/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Schools_series.xmlGuelph Schools<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a school located within the City of Guelph boundaries. Includes Post Secondary, Secondary, Elementary, Montessori and Waldorf school types.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Schools/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Zoning_series.xmlGuelph Zoning<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a municipal land-use zone situated within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Zoning/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SWMPond_series.xmlGuelph Storm Water Management Ponds<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a storm water management pond situated within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SWMPond/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormOther_series.xmlGuelph Other Storm Features<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a miscellaneous or other storm water feature located within the City of Guelph boundaries. Categories include risers, outlets and inlets.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormOther/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Sidewalks_series.xmlGuelph Sidewalks<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the sidewalks located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Sidewalks/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_BusRoutes_series.xmlGuelph Bus Routes<p>The City of Guelph GIS dataset contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines that represent the bus routes located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_BusRoutes/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Address_series.xmlGuelph Addresses<p>The City of Guelph GIS dataset contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a municipal address located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Address/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2016_CityBoundary_series.xmlGuelph City Boundary<p>The City of Guelph GIS dataset contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains a polygon, representing the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2016/_CityBoundary/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_StormCatchBasin_series.xmlGuelph Storm Catch Basins<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a storm catch basin located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_StormCatchBasin/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterValve_series.xmlGuelph Water Valves<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water valve located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterValve/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_SWMChannel_series.xmlGuelph Storm Water Management Channels<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the storm water management channels located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_SWMChannel/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_Buildings_series.xmlGuelph Buildings<p>The City of Guelph GIS dataset contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons, each one of them representing the footprint of a building located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_Buildings/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_BusStops_series.xmlGuelph Bus Stops<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a bus stop located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_BusStops/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_WaterHeaders_series.xmlGuelph Water Headers<p>This dataset contains points, each representing the fixed location of a water header located within the City of Guelph boundaries.</p>Fri, 5 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_WaterHeaders/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_VegetationIndexRegion_vt.xmlVegetation Index RegionIndex grid for Vegetation layersWed, 3 May 2017 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_VegetationIndexRegion/_vt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TelevisionStationsPoint.xmlTelevision Stations Point<p>This layer indicates locations of Television Broadcast Centres in Canada.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Thu, 20 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TelevisionStationsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_NetworkDataSet.xmlNetwork Data Set<p>This dataset contains a geodatabase that includes network dataset junctions, network dataset edges, roads network and restriction network files. It can be used for network analysis purpose.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Tue, 18 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_NetworkDataSet.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_TRAIL.xmlCambridge Trails<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains a complete set of lines which represent the park trails located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_TRAIL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_ADDRESS_POINT.xmlCambridge Addresses<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a municipal address located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. </p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_ADDRESS/_POINT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_SAN_LIFT.xmlCambridge Sanitary Lift Stations<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a sanitary lift station located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the ownership and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_SAN/_LIFT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_ROAD.xmlCambridge Roads<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent the roads located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. </p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_ROAD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CONTOUR_2009.xmlCambridge Contours<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains contour lines which represent the elevation within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. </p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CONTOUR/_2009.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_MHOLE.xmlCambridge Stormwater Manholes<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent a fixed location of a stormwater manhole located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. It includes information such as the cover type, the ownership, and the address.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_MHOLE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_PARCEL.xmlCambridge Parcels<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons which represent the fixed location of a land parcel located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Each parcel includes information such as the address and area.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_PARCEL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_NHOOD.xmlCambridge Neighborhoods<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains 13 polygons which represent the general neighborhood boundaries located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_NHOOD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CCC_RIVER.xmlCambridge Rivers<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent river segments located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. This dataset derived by the Corporation City of Cambridge.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CCC/_RIVER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_LEAD.xmlCambridge Stormwater Leads<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent stormwater leads located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. It contains information such as the soil type, the ownership, and the address.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_LEAD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_OP_LAND_USE.xmlCambridge Official Plan Land Use<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains the The City of Cambridge 2013 Official Plan land use area. The City of Cambridge 2013 Official Plan provides a longrange, comprehensive land use strategy for areas located within the municipal boundaries of the city. </p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_OP/_LAND/_USE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_OTLT.xmlCambridge Stormwater Outlets<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent a fixed location of a stormwater outlet located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the corresponding water body, the ownership, and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_OTLT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_CULV.xmlCambridge Stormwater Culverts<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent the stormwater culverts located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the shape, the status and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_CULV.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_PIPE.xmlCambridge Stormwater Pipes<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent stormwater pipes located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. It contains information such as the material, the length, and the address.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_PIPE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CCC_MUN_BOUNDARY.xmlCambridge Municipal Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains boundaries for the municipalities within the Region of Waterloo. This dataset is derived by the Corporation City of Cambridge.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CCC/_MUN/_BOUNDARY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CSD_PARK.xmlCambridge Community Services Division (CSD) Parks<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons which represent the areas of parks located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. This dataset derived by the Community Services Division.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CSD/_PARK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_SAN_PIPE.xmlCambridge Sanitary Pipes<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent the sanitary pipes located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the length, the width and the material is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_SAN/_PIPE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CLK_WARD.xmlCambridge Clerk (CLK) Ward Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons which represent the ward boundaries located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. This dataset is derived by the Clerk Administration Department.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CLK/_WARD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CSD_TRAIL.xmlCambridge Community Services Division (CSD) Trails<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset only contains lines which represent the park trails under the Community Services Division located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CSD/_TRAIL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_ZONING.xmlCambridge Zoning<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons which represent municipal land-use zones situated within the City of Cambridge Boundaries in 2014.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_ZONING.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_P_EDGE.xmlCambridge Pavement Edges<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains lines which represent the pavement edges located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. </p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_P/_EDGE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CCC_BUILDING_FOOTPRINT.xmlCambridge Building Footprints<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>The dataset contains building footprint outlines for all non-residential buildings with a footprint greater than 2000 sq ft. and all multi-residential buildings with a footprint greater than 2000 sq ft within Waterloo Region. This dataset is derived by the Corporation City of Cambridge.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTRegion of Waterloohttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CCC/_BUILDING/_FOOTPRINT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_CB.xmlCambridge Stormwater Catch Basins<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a stormwater catch basin located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the status, the ownership and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_CB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_CPTR.xmlCambridge Stormwater Stormceptors<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a stormceptor located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the model type and location is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_CPTR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_CSD_NHOOD.xmlCambridge Community Services Division (CSD) Neighbourhoods<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains 14 polygons which represent the neighborhood boundaries located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. This dataset derived by the Community Services Division.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_CSD/_NHOOD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_HERITAGE.xmlCambridge Heritages<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a cultural heritage feature located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. </p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_HERITAGE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_WARD_2014.xmlCambridge Ward Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons which represent the ward boundaries located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries in 2014. This dataset includes more detailed information such as the contact information for each ward.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_WARD/_2014.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_INLET.xmlCambridge Stormwater Inlets<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent a fixed location of a stormwater inlet located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the status, the ownership, and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_INLET.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_SAN_MHOLE.xmlCambridge Sanitary Manholes<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains points which represent the fixed location of a sanitary manhole located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the status, the ownership and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_SAN/_MHOLE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfCambridge_2016_STM_POND.xmlCambridge Stormwater Ponds<p>The 2016 City of Cambridge digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons which represent stormwater ponds located within the City of Cambridge Boundaries. Information such as the type, the ownership and the address is included.</p>Mon, 17 Apr 2017 08:00:00 ESTCity of Cambridgehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfCambridge/_2016/_STM/_POND.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HTDP_25K_Index.xmlHistorical Topographic Maps 1:25,000 Index<p>This topographic map index is a finding aid for Ontario sheets of the 1:25,000 series of Historical Topographic Maps of Canada. This series was produced between 1956 and 1977, and includes over 600 individual topographic map sheets for the Province of Ontario. Maps cover mostly populated and border regions, and show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations.</p> <p>Once this index is added to the map, clicking on the index tiles will indicate the topographic map coverage. This allows early topographic maps to be found based on regions of interest. When a tile is selected, this search box will populate with all relevant maps that include coverage of the selected area, in chronological order. Maps can then be viewed on the map sheet, downloaded, or explained in greater detail.</p>Fri, 31 Mar 2017 08:00:00 ESTSurveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HTDP/_25K/_Index.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HTDP_63K_Index.xmlHistorical Topographic Maps: 1:63,360 Index<p>This topographic map index is a finding aid for Ontario sheets of the 1:63,360 series of Historical Topographic Maps of Canada. This series was produced between 1906 and 1953, and includes nearly 500 individual topographic map sheets for the Province of Ontario. Maps cover mostly populated and border regions, and show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations.</p> <p>Once this index is added to the map, clicking on the index tiles will indicate the topographic map coverage. This allows early topographic maps to be found based on regions of interest. When a tile is selected, this search box will populate with all relevant maps that include coverage of the selected area, in chronological order. Maps can then be viewed on the map sheet, downloaded, or explained in greater detail.</p>Fri, 31 Mar 2017 08:00:00 ESTGeographical Section, Department of National Defencehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HTDP/_63K/_Index.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RegionalMunicipalitiesRegion.xmlRegional Municipalities RegionThe layer regional municipality is attributed with 2001 Census based Regional Municipality names.Tue, 28 Mar 2017 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RegionalMunicipalitiesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_EnhancedPointsOfInterestPoint.xmlEnhanced Points of Interest (EPOI)<p>This layer includes the entire Enhanced Points of Interest (EPOI) dataset, which indicates the locations of business and recreational points of interest across Canada. </p><p>Each point includes North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC) placing them in categories including, but not limited to: Healthcare Facilities, Shopping Centres, Postal Outlets, Golf Courses, and Education.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 27 Mar 2017 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_EnhancedPointsOfInterestPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AboriginalBoundariesRegion.xmlAboriginal Boundaries Region<p>This layer depicts the administrative boundaries (extents) of lands that are set aside for the benefits of specific aboriginal groups in Canada.</p> <p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Tue, 21 Mar 2017 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AboriginalBoundariesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_CCRI_1951_Canada_series_DLI.xmlBoundary Files, 1951 Census of Canada (Statistics Canada)<p>This data set reconstructs the Census Tracts (CT) and Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) levels of geography, compiled by Statistics Canada for the 1951 census. The shapefiles were created by the University of British Columbia's Data Services division, using data from the original printed 1951 maps. </p><p>Please note that additional data from the 1951 Census year is available from the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI). Please <a href="http://geo2.scholarsportal.info/#r/details/_uri@=1695132658">click here</a> to access</p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_CCRI/_1951/_Canada/_series/_DLI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1851_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1851 Census of the Canadas<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1851 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Canada West (present-day Ontario), Canada East (present-day Quebec), New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1851/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016lowresjp2.xmlMississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2016<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary.</p><p>This data set contains the lower-resolution TIFF version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.</p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016lowresjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1891_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1891 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1891 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1891/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_CBF_Fr.xmlFichiers des Limites Cartographiques (FLC), Recensement de 2001<li>Aires de diffusion </li><li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2001</li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2003</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li><li> Divisions de recensement - écoumène agricole</li><li> Divisions de recensement - écoumène de population</li><li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li> Parties de Localité designee</li><li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li><li>Régions urbaines</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li></ul><p> Fichiers d’hydrographie, et autres fichiers de référence et de documentation, sont disponibles pour téléchargement à partir de Scholars Geoportal. </p><p>Les fichiers de données originaux proviennent de l'Initiative de démocratisation des données (IDD), un programme de Statistique Canada qui fournit des données aux établissements d'enseignement au Canada. Les fichiers originaux ont été convertis à partir du format de fichier Arcinfo Interchange E00 (.e00) ou du format de fichier MapInfo TAB (.tab) dans un format shapefile (.shp), dans le cadre d'un projet de migration de données pour améliorer l'utilisation spatiale des données. Les fichiers de données d'origine, ainsi que d'autres fichiers et documents de support, sont disponibles en téléchargement supplémentaire auprès de Scholars GeoPortal.</p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_CBF/_Fr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_DBF_Fr.xmlFichiers numériques des limites (FNL), Recensement de 2001<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers numériques des limites (FNL) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2001. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p><p> <ul> <li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li> </p><p>Les fichiers de données originaux proviennent de l'Initiative de démocratisation des données (IDD), un programme de Statistique Canada qui fournit des données aux établissements d'enseignement au Canada. Les fichiers originaux ont été convertis à partir du format de fichier Arcinfo Interchange E00 (.e00) ou du format de fichier MapInfo TAB (.tab) dans un format shapefile (.shp), dans le cadre d'un projet de migration de données pour améliorer l'utilisation spatiale des données. Les fichiers de données d'origine, ainsi que d'autres fichiers et documents de support, sont disponibles en téléchargement supplémentaire auprès de Scholars GeoPortal.</p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_DBF/_Fr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1961_Census_CBF_Eng_Nat_ct.xmlCensus Tracts (CT), 1961 Census of Canada<p> This dataset contains the boundaries of all 301 Census Tracts (CT) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for the 1961 Census. </p><p> Census tracts are small, relatively stable geographic areas that usually have a population of 2,500 to 8,000. They are located in census metropolitan areas and in census agglomerations with an urban core population of 50,000 or more from the previous census. </p><p> The shapefiles were created by the University of Toronto's Map and Data Library, using data from the original printed 1961 maps.</p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1961/_Census/_CBF/_Eng/_Nat/_ct.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1881_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1881 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1881 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1881/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_CBF_Fr.xmlFichiers des Limites Cartographiques (FLC), Recensement de 2006<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers des limites cartographiques (FLC) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2006. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p> <ul> <li>Aires de diffusion </li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2003</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li> <li>Divisions de recensement - écoumène agricole</li> <li>Divisions de recensement - écoumène de population</li> <li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li><li>Régions urbaines</i> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li> <li> Subdivisions de recensement unifies</li> <li>Couvertures hydrographiques supplémentaires - lac</li> <li>Couvertures hydrographiques supplémentaires - Rivière</li><li>Hydrographie d'écoumène - Grands Lacs Intérieurs</li> <li>hydrographiques supplémentaires - Côte</li></ul>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_CBF/_Fr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1961_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1961 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1961 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1961/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1871_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1871 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1871 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1871/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_DBF_Fr.xmlFichiers numériques des limites (FNL), Recensement de 2006<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers numériques des limites (FNL) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2006. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p> <ul> <li>Aires de diffusion </li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2003</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li><li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles de recensement</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li><li>Régions urbaines</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement unifiées</li></ul><p> Fichiers d’hydrographie, et autres fichiers de référence et de documentation, sont disponibles pour téléchargement à partir de Scholars Geoportal. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_DBF/_Fr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1901_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1901 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1901 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1901/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HACOLP_1861_CD_Canada.xmlCensus Districts (CD), 1861 Census of the Canadas<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1861 Census of the Canadas, including the census districts (CD) of Canada West (present-day Ontario), Canada East (present-day Quebec), New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. </p><p>The boundaries were originally compiled for the Historical Atlas of Canada <a href="http://www.historicalatlas.ca/website/hacolp/index.htm"> Online Learning Project</a>, and were derived from a combination of sources including the Atlas of Canada 1:7 500 000 data set. </p>Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTHistorical Atlas of Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HACOLP/_1861/_CD/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_CCRI_1951_Canada_series.xmlBoundary Files, 1951 Census of Canada (CCRI)<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1951 Canadian Census at the census division (CD) and census subdivision (CSD) level of geography.</p><p>The shapefiles (.shp) were derived from a comprehensive geodatabase, as part of the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI). Detailed water polygons were replaced with a selection of major lakes in this version, indicated with the abbreviation MW in the file name, which stands for ‘major water’. These data are a part of a geographical framework constructed to enable the location, selection, aggregation, and analysis of census data, for census enumerations between 1911 and 1951.</p><p>Please note that additional data from the 1951 Census year is available from Statistics Canada/UBC. Please <a href="http://geostaging.scholarsportal.info/#r/details/_uri@=2004314904">click here</a> to access.</p>Wed, 22 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTCanadian Century Research Infrastructurehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_CCRI/_1951/_Canada/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OCUL_OFNTA_morris_1943.xmlOntario Treaties Map<p>This map, published on May 20, 2014, illustrates all of the First Nations and Treaties in Ontario.</p><p>It includes all 46 treaties and other agreements, such as land purchases by the Crown, that were signed between 1781 and 1930.</p>Wed, 22 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTMinistry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliationhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OCUL/_OFNTA/_morris/_1943.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_CCRI_1911_Canada_series.xmlBoundary Files, 1911 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1911 Canadian Census at the census division (CD) and census subdivision (CSD) level of geography.</p><p>The shapefiles (.shp) were derived from a comprehensive geodatabase, as part of the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI). Detailed water polygons were replaced with a selection of major lakes in this version, indicated with the abbreviation MW in the file name, which stands for ‘major water’. These data are a part of a geographical framework constructed to enable the location, selection, aggregation, and analysis of census data, for census enumerations between 1911 and 1951.</p>Wed, 15 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTCanadian Century Research Infrastructurehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_CCRI/_1911/_Canada/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_CONTOUR.xmlMississauga Contour Elevation<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains contour lines at 1m interval of the City of Mississauga, Ontario </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_CONTOUR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Street_Map_Nested.xmlMississauga Nested Street Map<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a nested street map in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Street/_Map/_Nested.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_MAJRDS.xmlMississauga Major Roads<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains major roads in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_MAJRDS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_POOL.xmlMississauga Outdoor Pools<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the the edges of all the outdoor pools in the City of Mississauga Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_POOL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_SIDEWALK.xmlMississauga Edges of Sidewalk<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the edges of sidewalk in City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_SIDEWALK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_BRDG_CUL_FIT_HWALL.xmlMississauga Bridges, Culverts, Ditches or Headwalls<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the bridges, culverts, ditches and headwalls in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_BRDG/_CUL/_FIT/_HWALL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Schools.xmlMississauga Schools<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the public and catholic schools in the City of Mississauga, including school websites, addresses, and ownership. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Schools.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Miss_and_Adjoining_Street_Casings.xmlMississauga Roads<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains road outlines in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Miss/_and/_Adjoining/_Street/_Casings.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Ward.xmlMississauga Ward Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the ward boundaries of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Ward.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Parks.xmlMississauga Parks<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all types of parks in the City of Mississauga,Ontario, including the park names, address, type, and etc. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Parks.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_PARKING_LOT.xmlMississauga Parking Lots<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the parking lots in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_PARKING/_LOT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_EN_Address.xmlMississauga Civic Street Addresses<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains points which each represents the fixed location of a civic address located within the City of Mississauga, Ontario.</p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_EN/_Address.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_HYDRANT.xmlMississauga Fire Hydrants<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the fire hydrants in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_HYDRANT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Miss_Map_Base.xmlMississauga Base Map<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a base map in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Miss/_Map/_Base.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Watershed.xmlMississauga Watersheds<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the watersheds in the City of Mississauga, Ontario </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Watershed.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S09_Civic_Numbers.xmlMississauga Civic Numbers<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a collection of civic numbers divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S09/_Civic/_Numbers.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S11_Relief_3D_Contours.xmlMississauga Relief 3D Contours<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains relief 3D contour features divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S11/_Relief/_3D/_Contours.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S12_Traigulated_Surfaces.xmlMississauga Triangulated Surfaces<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a triangulated surface divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S12/_Traigulated/_Surfaces.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_CityBoundary.xmlMississauga City Boundary<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains city boundaries in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_CityBoundary.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_TransitRoutes.xmlMississauga Transit Routes<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the transit routes in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_TransitRoutes.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Zoning.xmlMississauga Zoning<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains locations categorized by Zoning By-Law in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Zoning.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Enroute911.xmlMississauga Street Centrelines<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the street centrelines in the City of Mississauga, Ontario, including the names of the roads, operation status, and etc. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Enroute911.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_ROAD.xmlMississauga Edges of Roadway<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the edges of pavement along roadway in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_ROAD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S01_Planimetric.xmlMississauga Planimetric Features<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains planimetric design files divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S01/_Planimetric.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S03_Relief_2D_Contours.xmlMississauga Relief 2D Contours<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains relief 2D contour features divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S03/_Relief/_2D/_Contours.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_STM_Main.xmlMississauga Underground Storm Sewers<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains Line features of the underground storm sewers of the City of Mississauga, Ontario </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_STM/_Main.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_RAIL_LINE.xmlMississauga Rail Lines<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the rail lines in City of Mississauga. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_RAIL/_LINE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_CONTOUR_TEXT.xmlMississauga Elevation Point<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains contour elevation points in the City of Mississauga, Ontario </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_CONTOUR/_TEXT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_PostalShapes.xmlMississauga Postal Code Areas<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a postal code situated within the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_PostalShapes.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_landmarks.xmlMississauga Landmarks<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains landmark locations in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_landmarks.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_3DMapping.xmlMississauga 3D Map<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains 3D features divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_3DMapping.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_PolicyCode.xmlMississauga Policy Code Area (Existing Land Use)<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains policy code areas in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. Existing land use codes have been applied based on the principle land use activity occurring on the site. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_PolicyCode.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_TREE.xmlMississauga Trees<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the locations of the trees in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_TREE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_CityOwnedProperty.xmlMississauga City Owned Property Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the boundaries of all the city owned properties in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_CityOwnedProperty.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_ZArea.xmlMississauga Z-Area Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains Z-Area boundaries of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_ZArea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_MOP2010.xmlMississauga Official Plan 2010 Land Use Area<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains Mississauga Official Plan 2010 Land Use area. The Plan's policies are designed to manage and direct the next stage of the city's growth - redevelopment and intensification. They will help the city adapt to the effects of growth on the social, economic, cultural and natural environment.</p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_MOP2010.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_Miss_Hwys_Ramps.xmlMississauga Provincial Highways<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the outlines of provincial highways in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_Miss/_Hwys/_Ramps.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_SPOT_HEIGHT.xmlMississauga Spot Height Elevation<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains spot height elevations of the City of Mississauga, Ontario </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_SPOT/_HEIGHT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S07_Vegetation.xmlMississauga Vegetation<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a vegetation coverage map divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S07/_Vegetation.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_DRIVEWAY.xmlMississauga Edges of Driveway<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the edges of the driveway in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_DRIVEWAY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S04_Property_Fabric.xmlMississauga Property Fabric<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains a property fabric divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format of the City of Mississauga, Ontario. A property fabric stores a continuous surface of connected parcels or parcel network.</p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S04/_Property/_Fabric.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_PROPERTY.xmlMississauga Property Boundaries<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains polygons of all the property boundaries in City of Mississauga, Ontario</p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_PROPERTY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S02_Utility.xmlMississauga Utility<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains utility features divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S02/_Utility.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_BUILDING.xmlMississauga Buildings<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the buildings in City of Mississauga. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_BUILDING.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityofMississauga_2016_PedestrainTrails.xmlMississauga Pedestrian Trail Network<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the pedestrian trail network in the City of Mississauga, Ontario, including their locations and ownership. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityofMississauga/_2016/_PedestrainTrails.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_EATER_BODY.xmlMississauga Water Bodies<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the edges of water bodies in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_EATER/_BODY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_STM_Node.xmlMississauga Inlet, Outlet, and Connection Types<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains different types of inlets, outlets and connections in the City of Mississauga, Ontario, including the location and ownership. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_STM/_Node.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_WOODED_AREA_HEDGE.xmlMississauga Hedges and Wooded Areas<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains linear features the outlines of hedges and wooded areas in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_WOODED/_AREA/_HEDGE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_S10_Dem_Data.xmlMississauga Digital Elevation Model<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains digital elevation model (DEM) data divided based on Z-Area in AutoCAD format in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_S10/_Dem/_Data.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/CityOfMississauga_2016_TransitStops.xmlMississauga Transit Stops<p>The 2016 City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains all the transit stops in the City of Mississauga, Ontario. </p>Mon, 19 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTTransportation and Works Department, City of Mississaugahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//CityOfMississauga/_2016/_TransitStops.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1981_Census_DBF_Eng.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 1981 Census<p> This data series contains all the Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1981 census. This includes the following datasets: </p> <ul> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 12 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1981/_Census/_DBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1981_Census_CBF_Eng_Nat_ct.xmlCensus Tracts (CT), 1981 Census of Canada<p> This dataset contains the boundaries of all 3,302 Census Tracts (CT) in Canada for the 1981 Census. </p><p> Census tracts are small, relatively stable geographic areas that usually have a population of 2,500 to 8,000. They are located in census metropolitan areas and in census agglomerations with an urban core population of 50,000 or more from the previous census. </p><p> These files were digitized at the University of Toronto Map & Data Library to improve accuracy over the original 1981 CARTLIB files from Statistics Canada. They were digitized by tracing 2011 census tract polygons where boundaries have not changed, and using georeferenced Statistics Canada 1981 census tract maps where boundaries have changed. All maps were georeferenced using first order polynomial transformation. The digitized dataset contains CMAUID, CTNAME and CTUID fields containing the identifiers for each census metropolitan area and each census tract. These fields can be used to join associated tabular data. <p></p> The original CARTLIB data files, digitized Shapefiles for each CMA, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 12 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1981/_Census/_CBF/_Eng/_Nat/_ct.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1981_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_ea.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 1981 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Enumeration Area level for all of Canada for the 1981 census. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For view in Scholars Portal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 12 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1981/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_ea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1971_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_ea.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 1971 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Enumeration Area level for all of Canada for the 1971 census. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For view in Scholars Portal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 12 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1971/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_ea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_SNF.xmlStreet Network Files (SNF), 1996 Census<p>This data series contains two Street Network Files (SNF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1996 census. The dataset only covers urban areas.</p> <ul> <li>Street Network and Feature Extension Files</li> <li>Skeletal Street Network</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_SNF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_db.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 2006 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Dissemination Block level for all of Canada for the 2006 census. Dissemination Blocks are the smallest geographic area for which population and dwelling count data are disseminated. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt) or an Excel spreadsheet (.xlsx). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from its original tabular format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. These coordinates are only for Dissemination Areas, not Dissemination Blocks, so in some cases, there are several points at the same location (where a Dissemination Area is composed of several Dissemination Blocks). </p> <p> The original data tables, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_db.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1991_Census_SNF.xmlStreet Network Files (SNF), 1991 Census<p>This data series contains two Street Network Files (SNF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1991 census. The dataset only covers urban areas.</p> <ul> <li>Street Network Files</li> <li>Skeletal Street Network Files</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1991/_Census/_SNF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1991_Census_CBF_Eng_series.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 1991 Census<p>This data series contains the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1991 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Agricultural Ecumene</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 1987 Representation Order</li> <li>Population Ecumene</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1991/_Census/_CBF/_Eng/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1991_Census_BF_Eng_Nat_bf.xmlBlock-Face Points (BF), 1991 Census<p> This dataset represents all 780,816 block-faces in Canada for the 1991 census. The dataset was designed for geocoding and census data extraction and it covers 43 urban centres in Canada. </p> <p> A block-face represents one side of a street between two consecutive features intersecting that street. The dataset includes attribute information for street names (including street types and direction), address ranges, geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries, geographic coordinates, and population and dwelling counts from the 1991 Census. They are displayed on a map via their representative point, which is the geographic coordinate located at the mid-point of the block-face, set back a perpendicular distance of 22, 11, 5, or 1 metre from the street centre line. </p> <p>The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1991/_Census/_BF/_Eng/_Nat/_bf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1986_Census_AMF_Eng_Nat_snf.xmlStreet Network File (SNF), 1986 Census<p>The Street Network File (SNF) contains all the roads in urban areas across Canada used for reference for the 1986 census</p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original data is stored in Area Master Files (AMF), an ASCII text file format (.txt) dataset which defines street networks, physical features, and cultural points in specific geographic areas. For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the street geometry and attribute information in the AMF was parsed and then converted into Shapefile format. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1986/_Census/_AMF/_Eng/_Nat/_snf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1971_Census_CBF_Eng_series.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 1971 Census<p>This data series contains the geographic digital boundary files produced by Statistics Canada for the 1971 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Census Tracts (CT)</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas (CMA)</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p><p>In some cases data were acquired from the Map and Data Library, University of Toronto because they were of better quality and completeness than equivalents available through Statistics Canada.</p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1971/_Census/_CBF/_Eng/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_db.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 2011 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Dissemination Block level for all of Canada for the 2011 census. Dissemination Blocks are the smallest geographic area for which population and dwelling count data are disseminated. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt) or an Excel spreadsheet (.xlsx). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from its original tabular format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. These coordinates are only for Dissemination Areas, not Dissemination Blocks, so in some cases, there are several points at the same location (where a Dissemination Area is composed of several Dissemination Blocks). </p> <p> The original data tables, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_db.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_ea.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 1996 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Enumeration Area level for all of Canada for the 1996 census. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_ea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1986_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_ea.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 1986 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Enumeration Area level for all of Canada for the 1986 census. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1986/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_ea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1976_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_ea.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 1976 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Enumeration Area level for all of Canada for the 1976 census. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1976/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_ea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1991_Census_DBF_Eng.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 1991 Census<p> This data series contains all the Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1991 census. This includes the following datasets: </p> <ul> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Census Tracts & Provincial Census Tracts</li> <li>Enumeration Areas</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 1987 Representation Order</li><li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Urban Areas</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1991/_Census/_DBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1991_Census_GAF_Eng_Nat_ea.xmlGeographic Attribute File (GAF), 1991 Census<p> The Geographic Attribute File is a dataset that contains census geographic information at the Enumeration Area level for all of Canada for the 1991 census. Each record includes geographic coordinates, population and dwelling counts, land area, names, unique identifiers, and geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile format using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1991/_Census/_GAF/_Eng/_Nat/_ea.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_BF_Eng_Nat_bf.xmlBlock-Face Points (BF), 1996 Census<p> This dataset represents all 827,933 block-faces in Canada for the 1996 census. The dataset was designed for geocoding and census data extraction and it covers 43 urban centres in Canada. </p> <p> A block-face represents one side of a street between two consecutive features intersecting that street. The dataset includes attribute information for street names (including street types and direction), address ranges, geographic codes for linkages with other census boundaries, geographic coordinates, and population and dwelling counts from the 1996 Census. They are displayed on a map via their representative point, which is the geographic coordinate located at the mid-point of the block-face, set back a perpendicular distance of 22, 11, 5, or 1 metre from the street centre line. </p> <p>The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text file (.txt). For viewing in Scholars GeoPortal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_BF/_Eng/_Nat/_bf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1991_Census_PN_Eng_Nat_pnmf.xmlPlace Name Master File (PN), 1991 Census<p> The 1991 Place Name Master File (PNMF) is a digital product which provides population and dwelling counts for census subdivisions (CSDs) and unincorporated places (UPs) linked to enumeration areas (EAs). In addition, the current version of the PNMF also provides over 21,000 other place names (PNs) linked to standard geographic areas through the Standard Geographical Classification (SGC). Each point represents a record in the PNMF. </p> <p> The original dataset is available from Statistics Canada as a text files (.txt). For view in Scholars Portal, the dataset was converted from this original format into a Shapefile using the point coordinates available for each record. Each point is the population centre of an Enumeration Area. </p> <p> The original data, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1991/_Census/_PN/_Eng/_Nat/_pnmf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1986_Census_CBF_Eng_series.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 1986 Census<p>This data series contains the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1986 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Agricultural Ecumene Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Crop Reporting Districts</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> <li>Population Ecumene Census Divisions</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> </ul> </p><p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Mon, 5 Dec 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1986/_Census/_CBF/_Eng/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SWOOP2006-2015.xmlSouthwestern Ontario Orthophotography Project (SWOOP) - Imagery<p>The Southwestern Ontario Orthophotography Project includes 20 cm resolution imagery for an area approximately 42,000 to 49,000 square kilometers in size for Southwestern Ontario. Data are available for 2006, 2010, and 2015. Stereo data, digital surface models, and elevation data are also available and in some cases openly, through Land Information Ontario. </p>For 2006 and 2010, the data are available in 1km by 1km and 20km by 20km tiles, at a resolution of approximately 30cm.</p>Tue, 22 Nov 2016 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SWOOP2006-2015.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_utilpt.xmlLondon Utility Poles<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of utility poles in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 22 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_utilpt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_walllin.xmlLondon Walls<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of walls in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset incorporates the <b>London Retaining Wall Segments</b> dataset.</i></p>Mon, 22 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_walllin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_wtrpoly.xmlLondon Water (Polygons)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of water in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 22 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_wtrpoly.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_wtrlin.xmlLondon Water (Lines)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of water in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was divided into the <b>London Water Edges</b> and <b>London Dams</b> datasets.</i></p>Mon, 22 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_wtrlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_wtrtanklin.xmlLondon Water Tanks<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of water tanks in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Tanks</b> dataset.</i></p>Mon, 22 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_wtrtanklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_shorvslin.xmlLondon Shoreline Segments<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of shoreline segments in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Water Edges</b> dataset.</i></pWed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_shorvslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_sewagelin.xmlLondon Sewage Settling Basins<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of sewage settling basins in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_sewagelin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_sdwlkvslin.xmlLondon Sidewalk Segments<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of sidewalk segments in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_sdwlkvslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_rdpoly.xmlLondon Roads (Polygons)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of roads in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_rdpoly.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_treepnt.xmlLondon Trees<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of trees in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_treepnt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_rpdslin.xmlLondon Rapids<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of rapids in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_rpdslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2015_riverslin.xmlLondon Rivers<p>The 2015 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of rivers and streams in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2015/_riverslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_tanklin.xmlLondon (non-water) Tanks<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of (non-water) tanks in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Tanks</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_tanklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_retvslin.xmlLondon Retaining Wall Segments<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of retaining wall segments in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Walls</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_retvslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_rrvslin.xmlLondon Rail Segments<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of rail segments in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Railways</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_rrvslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_sphttxt.xmlLondon Spot Height Text<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of spot height text for the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_sphttxt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_strctlin.xmlLondon Building Outlines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of structures in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, <b>London Silos</b> and <b>London Smoke Stacks</b> were separated from this dataset.</i></p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_strctlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_sphtpnt.xmlLondon Spot Heights<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of spot heights in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_sphtpnt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_vegelin.xmlLondon Wooded Areas (Lines)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of wooded areas in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_vegelin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_strctpoly.xmlLondon Structures (Polygons)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of structures in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_strctpoly.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_towerlin.xmlLondon Towers<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of towers in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_towerlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_strmvslin.xmlLondon Stream Segments<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of stream segments in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Water Edges</b> dataset.</i></pWed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_strmvslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_rrabnlin.xmlLondon Abandoned Rail Lines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of abandoned rail lines in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Railways</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_rrabnlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_ruinslin.xmlLondon Ruins<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of ruins in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_ruinslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_steplin.xmlLondon Steps<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of steps in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_steplin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_trnsmlin.xmlLondon Transmission Lines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of transmission lines in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_trnsmlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_sdwlklin.xmlLondon Sidewalk Edges<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of sidewalk edges in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_sdwlklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_vegepoly.xmlLondon Wooded Areas (Polygons)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of wooded areas in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_vegepoly.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_racetracklin.xmlLondon Racetracks<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of racetracks in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_racetracklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_rdlin.xmlLondon Roads (Lines)<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of roads in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_rdlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pkngunpavedpt.xmlLondon Unpaved Parking Lot Centroids<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of unpaved parking lot centroids in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Parking Lot Points</b> dataset.</i></p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pkngunpavedpt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_raillin.xmlLondon Rail Lines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of rail lines in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Railways</b> dataset.</i></p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_raillin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pkngvslin.xmlLondon Parking Lot Segments<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of parking lot segments in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Parking Lot Edges</b> dataset.</i></p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pkngvslin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_ptowerpnt.xmlLondon Electrical Towers<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of electrical towers in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_ptowerpnt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pkngunknownpt.xmlLondon Unknown Parking Lot Centroids<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of unknown parking lot centroids in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Parking Lot Points</b> dataset.</i></p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pkngunknownpt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_poollin.xmlLondon Swimming Pools<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of public swimming pools in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Mon, 15 Aug 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_poollin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_rnwaylin.xmlLondon Paved Runways or Taxiways<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of paved runways or taxiways in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 27 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_rnwaylin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pipelin.xmlLondon Above Ground Pipelines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of above ground pipelines in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 27 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pipelin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pkngpavedpt.xmlLondon Paved Parking Lot Centroids<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of paved parking lot centroids in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Parking Lot Points</b> dataset.</i></p>Wed, 27 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pkngpavedpt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pitlin.xmlLondon Pits<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of pits in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Wed, 27 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pitlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pettanklin.xmlLondon Petroleum Tanks<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of petroleum tanks in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was incorporated into the <b>London Tanks</b> dataset.</i></p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pettanklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_2015_major_roads.xmlLondon Major Roads<p>The 2015 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of major roads and highways in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_2015/_major/_roads.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_ovwklin.xmlLondon Overhead Walkways<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of overhead walkways in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_ovwklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_hedgelin.xmlLondon Hedges<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of hedges in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_hedgelin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_mastpnt.xmlLondon Masts<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of masts in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_mastpnt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_marshlin.xmlLondon Marshes<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of marshes in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_marshlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_pilelin.xmlLondon Piles<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of piles in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_pilelin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_cntrlin.xmlLondon Contour Lines<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of contour lines in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_cntrlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_brdglin.xmlLondon Bridges<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of bridges in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_brdglin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_golflin.xmlLondon Golf Courses<p>The 2015 City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of golf courses in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p>The golf courses layer contains the following features:</p><li>Bunker</li><li>Fairway</li><li>Green</li><li>Tee</li>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_golflin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_electsubpt.xmlLondon Industrial or Electrical Substation Complexes<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of industrial or electrical substation complexes in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_electsubpt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_docklin.xmlLondon Docks<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of docks in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_docklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_cntrtxt.xmlLondon Contour Text<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of contour text for the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_cntrtxt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_culvlin.xmlLondon Culverts or Headwalls<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of culverts or headwalls in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_culvlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_billbrdlin.xmlLondon Billboards<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of billboards in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_billbrdlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_fencelin.xmlLondon Fences<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of fences in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_fencelin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_drvpklin.xmlLondon Parking Lots and Access Ways<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of parking lots and access ways in the City of London, Ontario.</p><p><i>Note: As of 2016, this dataset was divided into the <b>London Driveways</b> and <b>London Parking Lot Edges</b> datasets.</i></p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_drvpklin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_cityboundlin.xmlLondon City Boundary<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of the city boundary of the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_cityboundlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_flowpt.xmlLondon Flow Arrows<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of flow points in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_flowpt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Western_CityOfLondon_featlin.xmlLondon Park Features<p>The City of London digital mapping vector data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of London municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.</p><p>This data set contains the geographic location of park features in the City of London, Ontario.</p>Thu, 21 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTCity of Londonhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Western/_CityOfLondon/_featlin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_RDS_ALL_PROV.xmlRoads (RDS)<p>The dataset contains all the roads in Canada including street names and addresses. This dateset is less comprehensive than DMTI's core routing dataset (RTE)</p>Tue, 19 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_RDS/_ALL/_PROV.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapPS_UEP_CAN_series.xmlUnique Enhanced Postal Codes (UEP)<p> The Unique Enhanced Postal Code (UEP) file contains the precise point locations of all six-digit postal codes in Canada, associated population and dwelling counts, and links to Statistic Canada’s standard census geographic areas. </p>Wed, 6 Jul 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapPS/_UEP/_CAN/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_DBF_Fr.xmlFichiers numériques des limites (FNL), Recensement de 2011<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers numériques des limites (FNL) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2011. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p> <ul> <li>Aires de diffusion </li> <li>Centres de population</li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2003</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li><li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles de recensement</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement unifies</li></ul><p> Fichiers d’hydrographie, et autres fichiers de référence et de documentation, sont disponibles pour téléchargement à partir de Scholars Geoportal. </p>Wed, 15 Jun 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_DBF/_Fr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_CBF_Fr.xmlFichiers des Limites Cartographiques (FLC), Recensement de 2011<p>Cette série de données contient tous les fichiers des limites cartographiques (FLC) produit par Statistique Canada pour le recensement de 2011. Cela inclut les ensembles de données suivants:</p> <ul> <li>Aires de diffusion </li> <li>Centres de population</li> <li>Circonscriptions électorales fédérales, ordonnance de représentation de 2003</li> <li>Divisions de recensement</li> <li>Divisions de recensement - écoumène agricole</li> <li>Divisions de recensement - écoumène de population</li> <li>Îlots de diffusion</li> <li>Localités désignées</li> <li>Provinces et Territoires</li> <li>Régions agricoles de recensement</li> <li>Régions de tri d’acheminement </li> <li>Régions économiques</li><li>Régions métropolitaine de recensement et agglomérations de recensement</li> <li>Secteurs de recensement</li><li>Subdivisions de recensement</li> <li> Subdivisions de recensement unifies</li> <li>Couvertures hydrographiques supplémentaires - lacs</li> <li>Couvertures hydrographiques supplémentaires - Rivière</li><li>Hydrographie d'écoumène - Grands Lacs Intérieurs</li> <li>Couvertures hydrographiques supplémentaires - Côte</li> </ul>Wed, 8 Jun 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_CBF/_Fr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_DTMdwg_Index.xmlDigital Terrain Model of Southern Ontario<p>Derived from Southern Ontario Orthophotos with 10 cm resolution, the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) represents a topographical surface, with spot heights and break lines and noticeable changes in slope. The terrain model data is divided into "tiles" and provided in DWG (AutoCAD) format with 3D polylines. Tile numbers correspond to the same number as the Ontario Orthophotographs. </p> <p>DTM is used for referencing elevations for mapping or engineering work and can be used to generate contours for the same. The coordinate files are in an X,Y,Z structure in various formats.</p>Wed, 18 May 2016 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_DTMdwg/_Index.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OBMIndex_vt.xmlOntario Base Map (OBM) Digital Data<p>This data set is an index identifying Ontario Base Map (OBM) map tiles and digital vector data available for each tile. Eastern and Southern Ontario is covered at a scale of 1:10,000 and Northern Ontario is covered at a scale of 1:20,000.</p><p> Ontario Base Maps (OBM) are a series of maps created and updated by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources between 1977 and 2000. The MNR extracted the 33 layers from their NAD83 NRVIS dataset to create the NAD83 digital OBM sheets and vector data packages. The data provided may not be spatially defined upon download and may need to be defined using GIS (e.g. NAD 83 UTM Zone 18).</p>The data and maps cover most of Ontario and contain many features normally found on topographic maps such as relief, hydrography, vegetation and roads.</p>Fri, 13 May 2016 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OBMIndex/_vt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_DBF_Eng.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 1996 Census<p>This data series contains all the Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1996 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Enumeration Areas</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 1987 Representation Order</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Urban Areas</li> </ul> <p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Tue, 10 May 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_DBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_CCRI_1941_Canada_series.xmlBoundary Files, 1941 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1941 Canadian Census at the census division (CD) and census subdivision (CSD) level of geography.</p><p>The shapefiles (.shp) were derived from a comprehensive geodatabase, as part of the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI). Detailed water polygons were replaced with a selection of major lakes in this version, indicated with the abbreviation MW in the file name, which stands for ‘major water’. These data are a part of a geographical framework constructed to enable the location, selection, aggregation, and analysis of census data, for census enumerations between 1911 and 1951.</p>Thu, 5 May 2016 08:00:00 ESTCanadian Century Research Infrastructurehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_CCRI/_1941/_Canada/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_CCRI_1931_Canada_series.xmlBoundary Files, 1931 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1931 Canadian Census at the census division (CD) and census subdivision (CSD) level of geography.</p><p>The shapefiles (.shp) were derived from a comprehensive geodatabase, as part of the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI). Detailed water polygons were replaced with a selection of major lakes in this version, indicated with the abbreviation MW in the file name, which stands for ‘major water’. These data are a part of a geographical framework constructed to enable the location, selection, aggregation, and analysis of census data, for census enumerations between 1911 and 1951.</p>Thu, 5 May 2016 08:00:00 ESTCanadian Century Research Infrastructurehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_CCRI/_1931/_Canada/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_CCRI_1921_Canada_series.xmlBoundary Files, 1921 Census of Canada<p>This data set reconstructs the census compilation and dissemination geography of the 1921 Canadian Census at the census division (CD) and census subdivision level of geography.</p><p>The shapefiles (.shp) were derived from a comprehensive geodatabase, as part of the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure (CCRI). Detailed water polygons were replaced with a selection of major lakes in this version, indicated with the abbreviation MW in the file name, which stands for ‘major water’. These data are a part of a geographical framework constructed to enable the location, selection, aggregation, and analysis of census data, for census enumerations between 1911 and 1951.</p>Thu, 5 May 2016 08:00:00 ESTCanadian Century Research Infrastructurehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_CCRI/_1921/_Canada/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_1996_Census_CBF_Eng.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 1996 Census<p>This data series contains all the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 1996 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Enumeration Areas</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 1987 Representation Order</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 1996 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Urban Areas</li> </ul> <p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Wed, 27 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_1996/_Census/_CBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/TRCA_20022013_series.xmlToronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) Data<p>Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) data represents various natural features for the TRCA jurisdiction, which encompasses the Etobicoke, Miimico, Humber, Don, Highland, Rouge, Petticoat, Duffins and Carruthers river watersheds, and the Lake Ontario shoreline from Mississauga to Ajax. Data sets include natural cover, flora, fauna, contours, vegetation and Ecological Land Classification (ELC), watershed, water bodies, and more.</p> <p>Data sets are available for the 2002/03, 2007/08, and 2013/14 reporting years. </p><p>Please note that earlier versions are considered archived and not current, these are for reference and historical purposes only.</p>Fri, 15 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTToronto and Region Conservation Authorityhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//TRCA/_20022013/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OCUL_NPCA_200609_NAI.xmlNatural Heritage Areas Inventory of Niagara and Haldimand County<p>The Natural Heritage Areas Inventory of Niagara and Haldimand County is a project that was conducted between April 2006 and December 2009 for the purpose of identifying, classifying and mapping natural heritage areas in the Niagara region watershed (NPCA’s jurisdiction). The goal of the project was to use industry standard, scientifically-defensible protocols to inventory all of the natural areas in the community. The resulting data and map provides a representation of the natural cover and features of the Niagara watershed using the Ecological Land Classification (ELC), a standard in Ontario to classify natural areas.</p><p>Those who have spent time in the natural areas in and around Niagara know that this part of the province, with its Carolinian heritage and proximity to the Great Lakes, is a treasure trove of natural wonders. These areas support a rich diversity of natural features including rare plants and animals, significant habitats and geological formations, and important wildlife corridors. A comprehensive biological inventory to document the vegetative communities of our watershed and their inhabitants has never been completed. As data was collected, the project built on existing information ultimately confirming the significance of known sites and filling information gaps. The result is a solid resource of information, which includes accurate natural heritage mapping, a list of local rarity, and site specific species information that will be of tremendous benefit to all watershed residents.The data collected through the project has helped to foster the development of greater environmental awareness within the community, prioritize restoration opportunities and, will serve as baseline for planning decisions and policy development.</p>Fri, 15 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTNiagara Peninsula Conservation Authorityhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OCUL/_NPCA/_200609/_NAI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/toronto_geoeye_2009_mosaictest.xmlGeoEye Satellite Image of North York - 2009<p>This dataset consists of an georeferenced GeoEye (IKONOS-2) satellite image taken on September 1, 2009. The image is of the central part of North York (Toronto) including York University Keele Campus, Yonge Street, Downsview Park, and surroundings. </p><p>The image mosaic service consists of two image files in GeoTIFF format: A a 11bit panchromatic (black and white) image with a 1 metre resolution and multispectral image with a 4 metre resolution. The multispectral image contains the following four bands:</p> <ul> <li>Band 1 = Blue</li> <li>Band 2 = Green</li> <li>Band 3 = Red</li> <li>Band 4 = Near-infrared</li> </ul> <p>Additional product metadata and HDR files containing raster parameters are available in the additional documentation section below</p>Wed, 6 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTGeoEyehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//toronto/_geoeye/_2009/_mosaictest.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/toronto_geoeye_2007.xmlGeoEye Satellite Image of Downtown Toronto - 2007<p>This dataset consists of an georeferenced GeoEye (IKONOS-2) Satellite Image taken on July 3, 2007. The image is of Downtown Toronto.</p> <p>The dataset package consists of two image files in GeoTIFF format: A a 11bit panchromatic (black and white) image with a 1 metre resolution and multispectral image with a 4 metre resolution. The multispectral image contains the following four bands:</p> <ul> <li>Band 1 = Blue</li> <li>Band 2 = Green</li> <li>Band 3 = Red</li> <li>Band 4 = Near-infrared</li> </ul> <p>Additional product metadata and HDR files containing raster parameters are available in the additional documentation section below</p>Wed, 6 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTGeoEyehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//toronto/_geoeye/_2007.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_CBF_Eng.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 2011 Census<p>This data series contains all the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2011 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Agricultural Ecumene Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li> <li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2003 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> <li>Population Centres</li> <li>Population Ecumene Census Divisions</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Ecumene Hydrography Reference Layer</li> <li>Hydrographic Layers - Interior Rivers</li> <li>Hydrographic Layers - Interior Water Bodies</li> <li>Hydrographic Layers - Coastal Water Bodies</li></ul>Fri, 1 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_CBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_DBF_Eng.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 2006 Census<p>This data series contains all the Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2006 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li> <li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2003 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Urban Areas</li> </ul>Hydrography and other reference files and documentation are available for download from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Fri, 1 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_DBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_CBF_Eng.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 2001 Census<p>This data series contains all the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2001 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Agricultural Ecumene (Census Divisions)</li> <li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Designated Places Parts</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 1996 Represntation Order</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2003 Represntation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> <li>Population Ecumene (Census Divisions)</li> <li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Urban Areas</li> </ul> <p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Fri, 1 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_CBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_DBF_Eng.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 2011 Census<p>This data series contains all the Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2011 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li> <li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2003 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> <li>Population Centres</li><li>Provinces & Territories</li> </ul><p> Hydrography and other reference files and documentation are available for download from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Fri, 1 Apr 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_DBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_RNF.xmlRoad Network Files (RNF), 2006 Census<p>This data series contains the two Road Network Files (RNF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2006 census.</p> <ul> <li>Road Network File</li> <li>Road Network and Geographic Attribute File</li> </ul> <p>Supporting documentation is available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal.</p>Wed, 30 Mar 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_RNF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_RNF.xmlRoad Network Files (RNF), 2001 Census<p>This data series contains the two Road Network Files (RNF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2001 census.</p> <ul> <li>Road Network</li> <li>Skeletal Road Network</li> </ul> <p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Wed, 23 Mar 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_RNF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_CBF_Eng.xmlCartographic Boundary Files (CBF), 2006 Census<p>This data series contains all the Cartographic Boundary Files (CBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2006 census. This includes the following datasets:</p> <ul> <li>Agricultural Ecumene (Census Divisions)</li><li>Census Agricultural Regions</li> <li>Census Consolidated Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Divisions</li> <li>Census Metropolitan Areas & Census Agglomerations</li> <li>Census Subdivisions</li> <li>Census Tracts</li> <li>Designated Places</li> <li>Dissemination Areas</li> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li><li>Economic Regions</li> <li>Federal Electoral Districts, 2003 Representation Order</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li><li>Population Ecumene (Census Divisions)</li><li>Provinces & Territories</li> <li>Urban Areas</li> <li>Ecumene Hydrography Reference Layer</li> <li>Hydrographic Layers - Interior Rivers</li> <li>Hydrographic Layers - Interior Water Bodies</li> <li>Hydrographic Layers - Coastal Water Bodies</li> </ul>Wed, 23 Mar 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_CBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_DBF_Eng.xmlDigital Boundary Files (DBF), 2001 Census<p>This data series contains the two Digital Boundary Files (DBF) produced by Statistics Canada for the 2001 census.</p> <ul> <li>Dissemination Blocks</li> <li>Forward Sortation Areas</li> </ul> <p> The original data files are from the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), a Statistics Canada program that provides data to academic institutions in Canada. The original files have been converted from the Arcinfo Interchange E00 file format (.e00) or the MapInfo TAB file format (.tab) into a shapefile format (.shp), as part of a data migration project to enhance the spatial use of the data. The original data files, and other supporting files and documentation, are available as additional downloads from Scholars GeoPortal. </p>Wed, 23 Mar 2016 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_DBF/_Eng.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsStructureTable.xmlRoads Structure Table<p>This table contains structure names and structure type (e.g. bridges) for features in DMTI’s roads layer. </p><p>This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsStructureTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsTruckRestrictionsTable.xmlRoads Truck Restrictions Table<p>This table indicates truck restrictions and is used for routing purposes when linked to DMTI’s roads layer. Truck Restrictions identify streets designated as heavy truck routes as defined by municipalities. </p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsTruckRestrictionsTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsTable.xmlRoads Table<p>This table is used to aid in routing logistics by providing additional road segment information when linked to the DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. </p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsSourceTable.xmlRoads Source Table<p>This table contains information for about the acquisition sources and techniques for each feature in DMTI’s roads layer. </p><p>This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsSourceTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsAltStreetTypeTable.xmlRoads Alt Street Type Table<p>This table contains the alternate bilingual street type present for the street names. </p><p>This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsAltStreetTypeTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsSurfaceTable.xmlRoads Surface Table<p>This table indicates the road surface types for features in DMTI’s roads layer. </p><p>This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsSurfaceTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsTurnRestrictionsTable.xmlRoads Turn Restrictions Table<p>This table indicates identifies road segments on which it is prohibited to turn from one road to another (e.g. no left turns). It can be used for routing purposes when linked to DMTI’s roads layer. </p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsTurnRestrictionsTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsCSDTable.xmlRoads CSD Table<p>This table contains the corresponding historical census subdivision (CSD) values from 1996 to 2011 for each side of the road segment in DMTI's roads layer</p><p>This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsCSDTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsRoutingTable.xmlRoads Routing Table<p>A look up table with routing information to be used in conjunction with DMTI’s roads layer.</p><p>This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual</p>Fri, 22 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsRoutingTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RetiredEnhancedPostalPoint.xmlRetired Enhanced Postal Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of postal codes that are no longer actively used by Canada Post.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RetiredEnhancedPostalPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GasStationsPoint.xmlGas Stations Point<p>This layer contains the point locations of facilities that sell gasoline, diesel fuel, and other lubricants for motor vehicles. </p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manuel.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GasStationsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ForwardSortationAreasRegion.xmlForward Sortation Areas Region (FSA)<p>Forward Sortation Areas (FSA) represent specific geographic service areas pertaining to the first three characters of a postal code. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ForwardSortationAreasRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PostalToCensusTable.xmlPostal To Census Table<p>This table provides a link between postal codes and census boundaries.</p><p> It contains explicit and unilateral relationships of the 6-digit postal code point geometry to various levels of census geography as delineated in the 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 census periods. Using the Enhanced Postal Code point Unique Identifier allows for linkage of postal codes to census geography at the census tract and dissemination area levels, for current and historical census geography delineations.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PostalToCensusTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PostalDeliveryModesPoint.xmlPostal Delivery Modes Point<p>Delivery mode data provides users with the number of houses, apartments, farms, and businesses by delivery mode for mailers wishing to determine their volume and distribution requirements for unaddressed mail for both urban and rural delivery installations. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PostalDeliveryModesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_EnhancedPostalPoint.xmlEnhanced Postal Point<p>Enhanced Postal Code points are a precision-based point file representing over 1 million postal codes across Canada. Each point includes FSA and LDU classification and additional information like associated municipality, reference dates, and fields for the number and types of buildings associated to each point. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_EnhancedPostalPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterbodiesRegion.xmlWaterbodies Region<p>This layer includes polygon features representing bodies of water like lakes, ponds, and rivers.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterbodiesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterTransportLine.xmlWater Transport Line<p>This layer indicates linear water transport features including lock gates and wharfs.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterTransportLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LocalDeliveryUnitsLookUpTable.xmlLocal Delivery Units Look Up Table<p>This table indicates postal codes where a building or discrete area has multiple postal codes. The postal code associated servicing the greatest number of addresses (i.e., points of call) is represented in the LDU layer. The non-dominant postal codes are retained in this table and are not represented in the Local Delivery Unit (LDU) layer.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LocalDeliveryUnitsLookUpTable.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LocalDeliveryUnitsRegion.xmlLocal Delivery Units Region (LDU)<p>The Local Delivery Unit (LDU) boundaries represent the geographic areas pertaining to 6 digit postal codes. </p><p>This boundary file is generated from point addresses. The LDU boundaries allow for a many to many relationship. For example, one postal code may be represented by more than one LDU boundary and one LDU boundary may be associated with multiple postal codes.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LocalDeliveryUnitsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AdministrativeBoundariesLine.xmlAdministrative Boundaries Line - Provincial and Territory<p>This layer contains Canadian Geopolitical Boundaries. It includes international, interprovincial and territorial boundaries, as well as the boundaries of Canada's exclusive economic zone.</p> <p>The northern portion boundary might be cut off in the north when viewing online, but is included when the entire dataset is downloaded.</p> <p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 15 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AdministrativeBoundariesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_NWT_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Northwest Territories<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm resolution along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for several towns, villages, and mines in the Northwest Territories. For each record, images are arranged as one mosaic dataset and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Wed, 13 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_NWT/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WetlandsRegion.xmlWetlands Region<p>This layer depicts wetlands. For this layer, wetlands are defined as a water-saturated area, permanent or intermittent, with marsh (reeds, grass, and cattails) or swamp (shrub and trees) vegetation.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 8 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WetlandsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterLine.xmlWater Line<p>This layer includes linear features describing the path of water flow on the earth's surface. It consists of rivers, streams, brooks and creeks and navigable canals. </p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 8 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ContoursLine.xmlContours Line<p>This dataset depicts lines of constant elevation. It can be used for terrain analysis and cartography purposes. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 8 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ContoursLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_HydroJunctionsPoint.xmlHydro Junctions Point<p>This layer contains hydro junctions across Canada. These are hydrographical features positioned at the nodes of linear elements in a flow network.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 8 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_HydroJunctionsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterNamesPoint.xmlWater Names Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations and associated names of water features across Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, the names of lakes, rivers, channels, ponds, and reservoirs. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterNamesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WindOperatedStructuresPoint.xmlWind Operated Structures Point<p>This layer indicates the location of wind turbines and other structures used to generate power from wind.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WindOperatedStructuresPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TransformerStationRegion.xmlTransformer Station Region<p>This layer indicates the sites where voltage is altered for an electrical power system.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TransformerStationRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ValvesPoint.xmlValves Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of devices on a pipeline that control flow.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ValvesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TransformerStationPoint.xmlTransformer Station Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations where voltage is altered for an electrical power system.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TransformerStationPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WatershedsRegion.xmlWatersheds Region<p>This layer indicates watersheds across Canada.</p><p> Also known as a drainage basin or catchment area, a watershed is a boundary dividing an extent of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water.</p><p> Each feature in this layer includes the name of the watershed and which ocean it flows towards. </p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WatershedsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterStructureRegion.xmlWater Structure Region<p>This layer indicates the areas attributed to water structure features including dams, conduits, and breakwaters.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterStructureRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterTransportRegion.xmlWater Transport Region<p>This layer indicates the areas attributed to water transport features including boat ramps, fords, lock gates, navigation beacons, navigational lights, and wharfs.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterTransportRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterTransportPoint.xmlWater Transport Point<p>This layer indicates point locations of water transport features including boat ramps, fords, lock gates, navigation beacons, navigational lights, and wharfs.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterTransportPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadsLine.xmlRoads Line<p>This layer includes all the roads in Canada and can be used for routing purposes.</p> <p>Associated routing tables and other attribute tables are available to download in the additional downloads section. These tables can be joined to the road layer using the unique "RDS_ID" field.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadsLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TransportationStopsPoint.xmlTransportation Stops Point<p>This layer includes transportation stops like bus stops, rapid transit stations, and railway stations.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TransportationStopsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WiFiHotspotsPoint.xmlWi Fi Hotspots Point<p>This layer indicates locations in Canada that have public WiFi access.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WiFiHotspotsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterStructurePoint.xmlWater Structure Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of water structure features including dams, fish ladders, and breakwaters.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterStructurePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WeighStationsPoint.xmlWeigh Stations Point<p>This feature layer includes all weigh stations in Canada.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WeighStationsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WaterStructureLine.xmlWater Structure Line<p>This layer indicates linear water structure features including dams, conduits, and breakwaters.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WaterStructureLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_WellPoint.xmlWell Point<P>This layer indicates the locations of wells. For this layer, a well is defined as a deep hole dug or drilled in the earth for the extraction of liquids or gases. </P><P>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</P>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_WellPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_USStatesRegion.xmlUSA States<p>This layer displays the boundaries of US States and unincorporated territories.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_USStatesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_VeterinariansPoint.xmlVeterinarians Point<p>This feature layer includes the point locations for veterinarian offices, clinics, and hospitals in Canada.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_VeterinariansPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TrailsLine.xmlTrails Line<p>This layer indicates the paths or routes suitable for walking, hiking, bicycling, and other outdoor activities.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TrailsLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TransmissionLinesLine.xmlTransmission Lines Line<p>This layer indicates the location of cables used for communication or power transmission.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Wed, 6 Jan 2016 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TransmissionLinesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SnowshedLine.xmlSnowshed Line<p>This layer indicates roofed structures built over a road or railway in mountainous areas to provide avalanche protection.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SnowshedLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_StationaryCranesPoint.xmlStationary Cranes Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of stationary mechanical devices used to lift and move heavy objects.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_StationaryCranesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_StockyardRegion.xmlStockyard Region<p>This layer represents enclosures used for keeping livestock.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manuel.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_StockyardRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SandRegion.xmlSand Region<p>This layer includes beaches, dunes, and areas of sand in a waterway.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SandRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TollBoothPoint.xmlToll Booth Point<p>This layer indicates the name and location of Toll Booths. Typically these are locations where tolls must be paid for use of a road or to cross a bridge. </p><p>All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TollBoothPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TouristAttractionsPoint.xmlTourist Attractions Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations for various tourist sites. This includes, but is not limited to, categories such as National, Provincial, and Municipal parks, Art Galleries, Historic Sites, Museums, Science Centres, Tourist Information Booths, and Zoos. </p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TouristAttractionsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TowerPoint.xmlTower Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of towers. For this layer, a tower is defined as a structure of at least 10 meters in height built to provide clearance above the surrounding objects or features. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TowerPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TankRegion.xmlTank Region<p>This layer indicates the areas used for the siting of cylindrical structures used to store liquids.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TankRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RunwayRegion.xmlRunway Region<p>This layer represents the areas of runways, prepared surfaces used by airplanes and helicopters for take-off and landing.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RunwayRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SeaplaneBasePoint.xmlSeaplane Base Point<p>This layer indicates the locations offering seaplane facilities licensed by Transport Canada.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SeaplaneBasePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SiloPoint.xmlSilo Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of cylindrical structures of 20 meters or more in height used for storing silage.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SiloPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SolidDepotDumpsRegion.xmlSolid Depot Dumps Region<p>This layer indicates the areas that are used for the accumulation of solid material or waste from domestic or industrial activity.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SolidDepotDumpsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RailAndTransitLine.xmlRail And Transit Line<p>This layer indicates all the rail lines in Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, main rail lines, sidetracks, transit lines, and abandoned rail lines as well as structures like rail tunnels and bridges.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RailAndTransitLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RuinsRegion.xmlRuins Region<p>This layer indicates the areas of historical ruins in Canada.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RuinsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RunwayPoint.xmlRunway Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of runways, prepared surfaces used by airplanes and helicopters for take-off and landing.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manuel.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RunwayPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SecuritiesAndInvestmentsPoint.xmlSecurities And Investments Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of institutions related to Securities and Investments (i.e. financial institutions). </p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SecuritiesAndInvestmentsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RoadJunctionPoint.xmlRoad Junction Point<p>The road junction layer includes points indicating the intersection of three or more road lines, connections between a road and a ferry, dead ends, and where a road meets a Provincial or Territorial Boundary.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RoadJunctionPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RuinsPoint.xmlRuins Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of historical ruins in Canada.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RuinsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TracksLine.xmlTracks Line<p>This layer outlines the shape of sports tracks. These are typically found in recreational areas or part of educational facilities.</p> <p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TracksLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_TankPoint.xmlTank Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of cylindrical structures used to store liquids.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_TankPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_StadiumPoint.xmlStadium Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of structures containing tiered spectator seating along the perimeter of playing fields and sports tracks.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_StadiumPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_SkiCentrePoint.xmlSki Centre Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of areas developed for alpine skiing.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Mon, 21 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_SkiCentrePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ParksSportsFieldPoint.xmlParks Sports Field Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of parks and recreational areas across Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, national parks, provincial parks, municipal parks, wilderness areas, golf courses, campgrounds, cemeteries, sports fields, historical sites, and swimming pools.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ParksSportsFieldPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_HealthCarePoint.xmlHealth Care Point<p>This layer contains the location of hospitals, long-term care facilities, outpatient clinics, nursing stations, and community health centres.</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_HealthCarePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_EducationPoint.xmlEducation Point<p>The Education layer includes the point locations of Elementary Schools, High Schools, Colleges, Cégeps and Universities. </p><p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. There is also additional information about teaching languages and grade levels. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_EducationPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_DamsPoint.xmlDams Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of man-made structures built across a water body or watercourse to control the water flow. It also includes feature information about height and storage capacity.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_DamsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PowerPlantsPoint.xmlPower Plants Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of power plants across Canada and includes information about annual electricity production and CO2 emissions.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PowerPlantsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_NamedWaterFeaturesRegion.xmlNamed Water Features Region<p>This layer displays the boundaries of natural or manmade features within a water body or along a water line. Features include, but are not limited to, dams, docks, levees, boat ramps, rapids, and waterfalls. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_NamedWaterFeaturesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_CommunityBoundariesRegion.xmlCommunity Boundaries Region<p>This layer contains polygons representing geographically defined areas identified by a group of interacting people living in a common location. In addition to a common location, the community may be re-enforced by similarities that include shared cultural, ethnic, or moral values. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_CommunityBoundariesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LittoralLine.xmlLittoral Line<p>This layer contains littoral lines, a feature representing the boundary between land and sea. Each littoral line feature connects to exactly two hydro junction features. </p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LittoralLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RelativeElevationNodesPoint.xmlRelative Elevation Nodes Point<p>This layer indicates the relative elevations of transportation nodes. It outlines relationships between street segments on different planes via node-and-segment connectivity (e.g. 0 for surface, -1 for an underpass, and 1 for an overpass). Relative Elevation Nodes (REN) are a work-around for inherent limitations when navigating through three-dimensional street networks represented on the two-dimensional plane (i.e. computer screen). REN help to establish routing options and are particularly useful where complex overpass/underpass structures exist because they indicate street segments as being on different road-levels; where on the computer screen all streets appear to be connected.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manuel.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RelativeElevationNodesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AntennasAndFrequenciesPoint.xmlAntennas And Frequencies Point<p>This feature layer includes the locations and technical information for radio antennae in Canada.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p><p>To be used with caution as a few of the points in this dataset have inaccurate geographic coordinates</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AntennasAndFrequenciesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AerialCablewayLine.xmlAerial Cableway Line<p>This layer depicts aerial cableways used for transporting freight or passengers (e.g. gondolas, ski lifts, etc.). The layer also includes data corresponding to the beginning and ending elevation of each feature. </p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AerialCablewayLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_InternationalRoadLinkagesPoint.xmlInternational Road Linkages Point<p>This layer contains points representing each location where a Canadian road crosses a border into the United States and links to a road on the US side. The point contains the names of both the Canadian and US streets.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_InternationalRoadLinkagesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_NamedWaterFeaturesPoint.xmlNamed Water Features Point<p>This layer contains the point locations of natural or manmade features within a water body or along a water line. Features include, but are not limited to, dams, docks, levees, boat ramps, rapids, and waterfalls. </p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_NamedWaterFeaturesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_FishPoundsRegion.xmlFish Pounds Region<p>This layer represents manmade enclosures within a body of water where fish are contained.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_FishPoundsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LiquidDepotDumpRegion.xmlLiquid Depot Dump Region<p>This layer represents open, artificial pond or basin for storing liquids. This includes filtration ponds, sedimentation ponds, sewage disposal ponds, and outdoor swimming pools.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LiquidDepotDumpRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PipelinesLine.xmlPipelines Line<p>This layer depicts cylindrical conduits used to transport oil, natural gas, sewage, or other liquids or gases.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PipelinesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ArenasPoint.xmlArenas Point<p>This layer includes all the arenas in Canada that are open to the public. </p><p> It includes contact information, number of rinks in each arena, as well as classification using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC) to allow for further analysis. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ArenasPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_FortsRegion.xmlForts Region<p>This layer includes historic military sites with defensive structures such as walls and towers. </p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_FortsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GeneralWaterRegion.xmlGeneral Water Region<p>This layer depicts water features in Canada including, but not limited to, ponds, lakes, rivers, reservoirs, and the coastlines of oceans.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GeneralWaterRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_BuiltUpAreasRegion.xmlBuilt Up Areas Region<p>This layer contains polygons of populated zones where buildings are so close together that, for cartographic purpose, they are represented by a built-up area outline. This layer also includes trailer parks.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_BuiltUpAreasRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ChimneyPoint.xmlChimney Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of wood burners, flare stacks, and other industrial chimneys. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ChimneyPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RetailPoint.xmlRetail Point<p>This layer indicates the locations shopping centers and department stores.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RetailPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_CutLinesLine.xmlCut Lines Line<p>This layer depicts lines cut through a forest area to facilitate cadastral or seismic surveys, or to create firebreaks.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_CutLinesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_BuildingPoint.xmlBuilding Point<p>This point feature layer shows the locations of buildings across Canada. Each point represents the centroid of a building footprint. Some features include additional data pertaining to address, building type, and building name. </p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_BuildingPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LookoutsPoint.xmlLookouts Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of elevated areas for travelers to observe surrounding scenery and landscapes.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LookoutsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_BuildingFootprintsRegion.xmlBuilding Footprints Region<p>The building footprint is layer contains polygons that represents the rooftop of a detached building. It includes, but is not limited to, buildings such as city halls, fire stations, schools, churches, and police stations. </p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_BuildingFootprintsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_BlockedPassageBarrierPoint.xmlBlocked Passage Barrier Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of physical barriers on a roads built to prevent/control further access. </p> <p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_BlockedPassageBarrierPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_NeighbourhoodsRegion.xmlNeighbourhoods Region<p>This layer indicates urban neighbourhoods, geographically localized areas within a larger city, town, or suburb.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_NeighbourhoodsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GroundSatellitePoint.xmlGround Satellite Point<p>This layer includes the locations of ground satellites. These are dish-like structures, sometimes enclosed in a dome, and includes radar and radio telescope devices. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GroundSatellitePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LandCoverRegion.xmlLand Cover Region<p>This layer covers urban areas and indicates land use. The dataset is divided up into seven land use categories: commercial; government and institutional; open area; parks and recreational; residential; resource and industrial; or waterbody.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LandCoverRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_DumpRegion.xmlDump Region<p>This layer indicates the parcels or tracts of land, associated with an industrial operation, which is set aside for the storage of raw materials.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_DumpRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_FoodDistributionPoint.xmlFood Distribution Point<p>This feature layer includes the locations of food distribution depots across Canada including, but not limited to, supermarkets, convenience stores, and restaurants.</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_FoodDistributionPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PoliceServicesPoint.xmlPolice Services Point<p>This point feature layer indicates the locations of Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Sûreté du Québec (SQ), Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC), and other municipal police services.</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PoliceServicesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_NavigationHazardsPoint.xmlNavigation Hazards Point<p>This layer indicates points that are navigational hazards for marine travel. This includes, but is not limited to, abandoned bridge piers or cribs, rocks, and shipwrecks.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_NavigationHazardsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_BorderCrossingsAndOfficesPoint.xmlBorder Crossings And Offices Point<p>This feature layer contains points indicating the location of Canada/USA border crossings as well as independent offices, subordinate offices, service sites, and warehouses. </p><p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_BorderCrossingsAndOfficesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_DisappearingStreamPoint.xmlDisappearing Stream Point<p>This feature point layer indicates the location of where a watercourse disappears into the ground. This includes surface cracks and sinkholes.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_DisappearingStreamPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_EmbankmentRegion.xmlEmbankment Region<p>This layer includes raised structures of earth that have been built up to support a road or railway.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_EmbankmentRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RailTurntablePoint.xmlRail Turntable Point<p>This layer indicates the points of platforms used to rotate locomotives and train cars.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manuel.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RailTurntablePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PortsPoint.xmlPorts Point<p>This point feature layer indicates the locations of ports. These are locations on a coast or shore that is equipped for mooring commercial ships for the transfer cargo to or from land.</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PortsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GasAndOilFacilitiesPoint.xmlGas And Oil Facilities Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of facilities involved in the production or distribution of oil or natural gas products.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GasAndOilFacilitiesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_BridgesLine.xmlBridges Line<p>This layer includes structures built to span physical obstacles such as a body of water, valley, or road, for the purpose of providing passage over the obstacle. The associated layer data includes elevation on both sides and classification of bridge type (i.e. covered, movable, etc.). </p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_BridgesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_MarinaYachtClubPoint.xmlMarina Yacht Club Point<p>This layer includes the locations of marinas, yacht clubs, and other sites that are equipped for mooring and servicing pleasure boats.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_MarinaYachtClubPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_MiningAreaPoint.xmlMining Area Point<p>This layer indicates the point locations of excavations or tunnels in the earth from which mineral substances are extracted. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_MiningAreaPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ElevationPoint.xmlElevation Point<p>This layer includes elevation points of 1m accuracy with respect to mean sea level.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ElevationPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_CinemasPoint.xmlCinemas Point<p>This layer shows the locations of movie theatres across Canada.</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_CinemasPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_MovableCranesLine.xmlMovable Cranes Line<p>This layer contains movable cranes. These are mechanical devices, often on rails, used to lift and move heavy objects.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_MovableCranesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AirTransportPoint.xmlAir Transport Point<p>The air transport point layer includes airports, heliports, and water aerodromes Canada wide. </p><p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC). The layer also includes pertaining International Aviation codes and information on operation status and ownership. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AirTransportPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_FireStationsPoint.xmlFire Stations Point<p>This point feature layer indicates the locations of First Stations across Canada. </p><p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_FireStationsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_LumberyardsRegion.xmlLumberyards Region<p>This layer indicates land parcels specially used for the storage of lumber.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_LumberyardsRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ConveyorLine.xmlConveyor Line<p>This layer depicts conveyor lines, mechanical devices used to carry materials by means of a moving belt.</p><p>Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ConveyorLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_HighwaysLine.xmlHighways Line<p>This layer displays highways across Canada. The layer includes naming, addressing, speed limits, number of lanes, and road class where available. </p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_HighwaysLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_FerryConnectionsLine.xmlFerry Connections Line<p>This layer indicates the average route a ferry boat takes when transporting vehicles between two fixed locations.<p></p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_FerryConnectionsLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PostalOutletsPoint.xmlPostal Outlets Point<p>This point layer indicates the locations of Canada Post’s postal outlets.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PostalOutletsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GolfCoursesPoint.xmlGolf Courses Point<p>This layer contains the point locations for public and private golf courses across Canada.</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GolfCoursesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_PopulatedPlaceNamePoint.xmlPopulated Place Name Point<p>This point file represents populated places across Canada. Each point contains attribute information that includes, but is not limited to: the place name, classification, and census correspondence.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_PopulatedPlaceNamePoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AccommodationsPoint.xmlAccommodations Point<p>The accommodations layer contains address points for hotels, motels, campgrounds, inns, hostels, resorts, etc., in Canada.</p> <p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AccommodationsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_HighwayExitsPoint.xmlHighway Exits Point<p>This layer depicts the point locations of highway exits, which typically occur at the interchanges of a highway with another road and are arranged so that vehicles may move from one road to the other without disrupting the flow of traffic. Each point includes associated exit numbers and direction attribution.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_HighwayExitsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_RadioStationsPoint.xmlRadio Stations Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of radio stations in Canada.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_RadioStationsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_HealthAndEmergencyServicesPoint.xmlHealth And Emergency Services Point<p>This layer indicates emergency service points in Canada including, but not limited to, health care facilities, ambulance stations, police service locations, fire stations, and veterinarian locations. </p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_HealthAndEmergencyServicesPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ReligiousBuildingsPoint.xmlReligious Buildings Point<p>This layer indicates the locations of religious buildings.</p><p> All features are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ReligiousBuildingsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GovernmentBuildingsPoint.xmlGovernment Buildings Point<p>This layer contains the point locations of Government Buildings (Municipal, Regional, Provincial/Territorial, or Federal).</p><p> All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GovernmentBuildingsPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_MajorRoadsLine.xmlMajor Roads Line<p>This layer contains major roads and highways across Canada. The layer includes naming, addressing, speed limits, number of lanes, and road class where available.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_MajorRoadsLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GasAndOilFacilitiesRegion.xmlGas And Oil Facilities Region<p>This layer includes polygons representing the boundaries of facilities involved in the production or distribution of oil or natural gas products.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GasAndOilFacilitiesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_CommunityCentresPoint.xmlCommunity Centres Point<p>This layer includes the point locations of Community and Recreation Centres open for public use. </p><p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_CommunityCentresPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_NamedWaterFeaturesLine.xmlNamed Water Features Line<p>This layer contains natural or manmade linear features within a water body or along a water line. Features include, but are not limited to, dams, docks, levees, boat ramps, rapids, and waterfalls.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_NamedWaterFeaturesLine.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_GasAndOilFieldPoint.xmlGas And Oil Field Point<p>This layer contains the point locations where oil or natural gas is extracted.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_GasAndOilFieldPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_MunicipalitiesRegion.xmlMunicipalities Region<p>This layer contains the boundaries of municipalities. It also includes feature information pertaining to CSD name, previous name changes, municipality type, amalgamations, and annexations.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_MunicipalitiesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_FinancialInstitutionPoint.xmlFinancial Institution Point<p>This layer includes the point locations of institutions belonging to one of the following three groups: (1) Banks, (2) Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires, (3) Trust Companies, Loan Companies, and Other Deposit-Taking Institutions. </p><p>All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_FinancialInstitutionPoint.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_CemeteriesRegion.xmlCemeteries Region<p>A polygon layer showing the places where the remains of people are buried.</p><p> Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_CemeteriesRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_MiningAreaRegion.xmlMining Area Region<p>This layer indicates the areas where mineral substances are extracted. This layer also includes classification for pits and quarries.</p><p>Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_MiningAreaRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_AdministrativeAreaRegion.xmlAdministrative Area Region<p>This layer contains detailed polygons that correspond to the 13 geopolitical jurisdictional areas of Canada (i.e. Provinces and Territories). The layer also includes population and dwelling counts for each region from the 2001 census and the 2011 census.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_AdministrativeAreaRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2015_CMCS_ParksSportsFieldRegion.xmlParks Sports Field Region<p>This layer displays parks and recreational areas across Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, national parks, provincial parks, municipal parks, wilderness areas, golf courses, campgrounds, cemeteries, sports fields, historical sites, and swimming pools.</p><p> Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.</p>Fri, 18 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2015/_CMCS/_ParksSportsFieldRegion.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OCUL_TTC_Routes_series.xmlToronto Transit Commission (TTC) Network Routes<p>This data series contains the public transit routes for the City of Toronto. This includes buses, streetcars, night buses, express buses, rapid transit lines, and rapid transit stations.</p> <p>Data are available for the following years:</p> <p><ul> <li>2014</li> <li>2012</li> <li>2011</li> <li>2009</li> <li>2007</li> <li>2004</li> </ul></p><p>Please note: the data are historical and do not reflect current TTC Network Routes. Special event routes, temporary routing changes attributed to road or other construction, etc., are excluded or not reflected in the data. Some branch designations are those used internally and are different from information displayed on vehicles. </p> <p>For official TTC Routes and Schedules data (real-time refresh), please refer to the <a href="http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=96f236899e02b210VgnVCM1000003dd60f89RCRD&vgnextchannel=1a66e03bb8d1e310VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD" target="_blank">City of Toronto’s Open Data portal</a>.</p>Tue, 1 Dec 2015 08:00:00 ESTToronto Transit Commissionhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OCUL/_TTC/_Routes/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_NB_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - New Brunswick<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm resolution along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for Fredericton, Moncton, and Saint John. For each city, images are arranged as one mosaic dataset and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Fri, 27 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_NB/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_NL_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Newfoundland and Labrador<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm resolution along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for Argentia, Labrador City, and St. Johns. For each record, images are arranged as one mosaic dataset and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Fri, 27 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_NL/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_NS_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Nova Scotia<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm resolution along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for Halifax, Sydney, Yarmouth, and Hawkesbury. For each record, images are arranged as one mosaic dataset and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Fri, 27 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_NS/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV2008WhitehorseTIFF.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Whitehorse, Yukon<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data.</p> <p>This dataset contains satellite images taken in 2008, covering Whitehorse, Yukon.</p> <p>Supplementary data files and documentation are available for download from the 'Additional Documentation' section.</p>Fri, 27 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV2008WhitehorseTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_Manitoba_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Manitoba<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm resolution along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for Winnipeg, Manitoba. For each record, images are arranged as one mosaic dataset and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Fri, 27 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_Manitoba/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV2008IqaluitTIFF.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Iqaluit, Nunavut<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data.</p> <p>This dataset contains satellite images taken in 2008, covering Iqaluit, Nunavut.</p> <p>Supplementary data files and documentation are available for download from the 'Additional Documentation' section.</p>Fri, 27 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV2008IqaluitTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DRAPE_series.xmlDigital Raster Acquisition Project Eastern Ontario (DRAPE)<p>Digital Raster Acquisition Project for Eastern Ontario imagery (DRAPE) was received from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and is the result of a collaborative funding partnership between private and government organizations. </p><p>DRAPE contains 20cm resolution orthophotography tiles, and additional derivative products, for the Eastern Ontario region. </p> <p>Digital imagery was collected in leaf off conditions during the springs of 2008 and 2009, and 2014. The products generated from DRAPE include: stereo imagery, 1km x 1km orthophotography tiles in geotiff, MRSID, jpeg2000 formats as well as 20 km x 20 km MRSID compressed mosaics (varies by product). Tile indexes are available for the 1 km and 20 km tiles and photo centre points are provided in shapefile formats (varies by product). For more detailed information please consult the metadata for each product. </p>Thu, 5 Nov 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DRAPE/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV2009CharlottetownTIFF.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm along with boundary and point data.</p> <p>This dataset contains satellite images taken in 2009 using natural colour composite bands, covering Charlottetown, PEI.</p> <p>Supplementary data files and documentation are available for download from the 'Additional Documentation' section.</p>Fri, 23 Oct 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV2009CharlottetownTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_BC_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - British Columbia<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for the following cities and areas: Abbotsford, BC Interior, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Prince George, Prince Rupert and Port Edward, Quesnel, Sidney, Sooke, Vancouver, Victoria, and Whistler, BC. For each city, images are arranged as one mosaic image and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Thu, 1 Oct 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_BC/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTISSV_Alberta_series.xmlDMTI Satellite StreetView (SSV) - Alberta<p>DMTI Satellite Streetview is an integrated product containing orthorectified and pansharperned QuickBird Satellite imagery data combined with CanMap streets data. It provides satellite imagery at 60cm along with boundary and point data.</p><p>This series contains imagery and supplementary data for the following cities: Calgary, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Kananaskis, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat, Alberta. For each city, images are arranged as one mosaic image and each mosaic has a currency date associated with it as part of the file name.</p><p>Supplementary files include mosaic tile layouts, street files, census subdivisions, and additional documentation, and are available from the metadata for each image service.</p>Thu, 1 Oct 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTISSV/_Alberta/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDEGTA2010TIFF.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Collection (2009-2010)<p>This imagery set represents the orthophotography collection for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) including the municipalities of the Region of Peel (20 cm), Region of York (15 cm), City of Oakville (10 cm), City of Mississauga (15 cm), City of Brampton (10 cm), south Durham Region (20 cm) and the downtown Toronto core.</p> <p>Collected by First Base Solutions Inc. under contracts with those municipal areas.</p>Tue, 15 Sep 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDEGTA2010TIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CLUPAPRI_series.xmlCrown Land Use Policy Atlas (CLUPA) - Replaced<p>The Crown Land Use Policy Atlas (CLUPA) consists of the principal/primary land use direction and geographic extent for Crown Land, and, to be used in conjunction with, the overlay land use designations that provide supplementary direction that modifies part of the primary land use policy for the Province of Ontario. </p> <p>CLUPA Primary Land Use Area - REPLACED</p></br> <p>This layer may contain geometry from the following layers:</p><li> Provincial Parks-Regulated</li><li>Provincial Parks-Recommended</li><li>Conservation Reserves-Regulated</li><li>Conservation Reserves-Recommended</li><li>Forest Reserves</li><li>Enhanced Management Areas</li><li>Wilderness Areas</li><li>General Use Areas</li><li>Crown Game Preserves</li><p>Please refer to the <a href="http://www.ontario.ca/page/crown-land-use-policy-atlas">Crown Land Use Policy Atlas website</a> for authoritative information.</p><p>Retirement note: This layer has been replaced by CLUPA Provincial. </p> </br></br> <p>CLUPA Modifying Land Use Area - REPLACED</p></br> <p>Contains overlay land use designations that provide supplementary direction that modifies part of the primary land use policy for the Province of Ontario. These overlay or modifying policies are intended be read in conjunction with the primary designation and are not stand alone reporting documents. </p><p>Please refer to the <a href="http://www.ontario.ca/page/crown-land-use-policy-atlas">Crown Land Use Policy Atlas website</a> for authoritative information.</p><p>Retirement note: This layer has been replaced by CLUPA Overlay. </p>Mon, 14 Sep 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CLUPAPRI/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2012_GTHA_Boundary.xmlGreater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) Boundary<p>Polygon of the GTHA (Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area). Created from the DMTI Municipal Amalgamation 2012.3 file.</p> <p>Includes the following municipalities: Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Clarington, Scugog, Uxbridge, Brock, Newmarket, King, East Gwilimbury, Georgina, Brampton, Caledon, Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills, Aurora, Mississauga, Pickering, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Richmond Hill, Markham, Toronto, Vaughan, Hamilton</p>Fri, 11 Sep 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2012/_GTHA/_Boundary.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTHA_Boundary.xmlGreater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) Boundary<p>Polygon of the GTHA (Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area) boundary. Created from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources 2012 Municipal Boundary shapefiles: <ul><li>Municipal Boundary – Upper Tier and District</li> <li> Municipal Boundary – Lower and Single Tier</li></ul></p> <p>Includes the following single & lower tier municipalities: City of Brampton, City of Burlington, City of Mississauga, City of Oshawa, City of Pickering, City of Toronto, City of Vaughan, Municipality of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Aurora, Town of Caledon, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of Georgina, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Markham, Town of Milton, Town of Newmarket, Town of Oakville, Town of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitby, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Township of Brock, Township of King, Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge. Also includes the following upper tier municipalities: Regional Municipality of York, Regional Municipality of Peel, Regional Municipality of Durham, Regional Municipality of York, City of Hamilton.</p>Fri, 11 Sep 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTHA/_Boundary.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_2012_GTA_Boundary.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Boundary<p>Polygon of the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). Created from the DMTI Municipal Amalgamation 2012.3 file.</p> <p>Includes the following municipalities: Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Clarington, Scugog, Uxbridge, Brock, Newmarket, King, East Gwilimbury, Georgina, Brampton, Caledon, Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills, Aurora, Mississauga, Pickering, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Richmond Hill, Markham, Toronto, Vaughan.</p>Fri, 14 Aug 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_2012/_GTA/_Boundary.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA_Boundary.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Boundary<p>Polygon of the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) boundary. Created from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources 2012 Municipal Boundary shapefiles: <ul><li>Municipal Boundary – Upper Tier and District</li> <li> Municipal Boundary – Lower and Single Tier</li></ul></p> <p>Includes the following single & lower tier municipalities: City of Brampton, City of Burlington, City of Mississauga, City of Oshawa, City of Pickering, City of Toronto, City of Vaughan, Municipality of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Aurora, Town of Caledon, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of Georgina, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Markham, Town of Milton, Town of Newmarket, Town of Oakville, Town of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitby, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Township of Brock, Township of King, Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge. Also includes the following upper tier municipalities: Regional Municipality of York, Regional Municipality of Peel, Regional Municipality of Durham, Regional Municipality of York.</p>Fri, 14 Aug 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA/_Boundary.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_altTYPES_ALL_PROV_series.xmlAlternate Street Types (alt_types)<p>The Alt_Types Table is the table associated with the RDS and RTE file. Each record in the RDS file is linked to the Alt_Types file by UNIQUEID - RDS_ID. Attributes in this file include Alternate PreType and Alternate SufType. </p><p>Table contains the alternate bilingual street type present for the street names within the file.</p>Tue, 14 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_altTYPES/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_srcLUT_ALL_PROV_series.xmlSource Look Up Table (src_lut)<p>The Source Look Up Table is the table associated with the RDS and RTE File. Each Record is linked by UNIQUEID-RDS_ID.</p>Tue, 14 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_srcLUT/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_trn_ALL_PROV_series.xmlTurn Restrictions Table (trn)<p>Turn restrictions identify road segments on which it is prohibited to turn from one street segment to another. There are two different classifications of turn restrictions; legislated and non-legislated. </p><p>Legislated Turn Restrictions are prohibited turning movements set out by municipal bylaw where signage is posted. One, or a combination of several restrictions may be listed. Example: No left turn from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., Monday through Friday. Non-legislated Turn Restrictions are physical restrictions that restrict turning movements-- options that would be considered valid otherwise if the physical restriction was not captured. </p><p>An example of this situation is the overpass crossing over another street. In this scenario, a turn cannot be made directly from the overpass to the road below and vice versa.</p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_trn/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_rteLUT_ALL_PROV_series.xmlRoutes Look Up Table (rte_lut)<p>Contains the Unique Identifier of related Routes (rte) segment, on/off ramps, road direction, road intersects, gradient and distance, highway exits, ramp direction, and ferry routes. </p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_rteLUT/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_EPOI_ALL_PROV_series.xmlEnhanced Points of Interest (EPOI)<p>The Enhanced Points of Interest (EPOI) file is a national database of over 1 million Canadian business and recreational points of interest. Engineered using CanMap Streetfiles, each EPOI has been accurately geocoded and precisely placed; two criteria that are fundamental to any successful location sensitive service.</p><p>EPOI are points of interest across Canada containing Standard Industry Codes (SICs) placing them in categories including, but not limited to: Healthcare Facilities, Shopping Centres, Postal Outlets, Golf Courses and Education. </p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_EPOI/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_trr_ALL_PROV_series.xmlTransportation Route Restrictions (trr)<p>Transportation Route Restrictions identify streets designated as heavy truck routes as defined by a particular municipality. Current coverage includes the CMA boundaries for the 13 capital cities of each province and territory, the capital of Canada, and cities having a combined 1996 Census population of 500 000 or greater. The exception is Iqaluit where only the CSD boundary was utilized. </p> <p>The Transportation Route Restrictions file is a lookup table that can be linked back to the Roads (rte) file via RDS_ID in trr and UNIQUEID in rte.</p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_trr/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_rdsLUT_ALL_PROV_series.xmlRoads Look Up Table (rds_lut)<p>Contains the unique ID of related Roads (rds) segments, other roads, highways, toll roads, bridges, tunnels and trails. </p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_rdsLUT/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRAIL_RL_CAN_series.xmlCanMap Rail (RL)<p>CanMap Rail provides the complete picture of Canada's rail infrastructure currently in operation, including railway lines classified as abandoned. Updated on a semi-annual basis, this comprehensive product allows the user to view and map rail line data and carry out analysis based on user requirements.</p> <p>The Canadian Rails layer is included as a topological reference for the Local Delivery Unit Boundaries (LDU). This product can be used for spatial representation related to LDU boundaries.</p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRAIL/_RL/_CAN/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapPS_lduLUT_ALL_PROV_series.xmlLocal Delivery Unit Boundaries Lookup Table<p>The Local Delivery Unit Boundaries Lookup Table (LUT) provides a link to all the postal codes where a building or discrete area has multiple postal codes. The postal code associated with servicing the greatest number of addresses (i.e., points of call, or primary postal code) is represented in the Local Delivery Unit Boundary (LDU) layer. The non-dominant postal codes are retained in the LUT table and are not represented in the Local Delivery Unit (LDU) layer.</p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapPS/_lduLUT/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapPS_mepP2C_CAN_series.xmlPostal To Census Translation Table<p>The Postal Code to Census table is a look up table between the Multiple Enhanced Postal Code product (MEP) and the Canadian Census product.</p><p>The Postal to Census Translation Table contains explicit and unilateral relationships of the 6-digit postal code point geometry to various levels of census geography as delineated in the 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 census periods.</p>Using the Multiple Enhanced Postal Code point Unique Identifier allows for linkage of postal codes to census geography at the census tract and dissemination area levels, for current and historical census geography delineations.</p>Thu, 9 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapPS/_mepP2C/_CAN/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Series_OGDE_File_Geodatabases.xmlLand Information Ontario (LIO) File Geodatabases<p>This product consists of data layers in geodatabase format (.gdb) extracted from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse for various time periods, for historical and reference purposes only. There are multiple geodatabases for the same years due to the size of the products, typically they are separated by region or by type of data for the Province of Ontario. The structure and organization of the geodatabases varies from year to year. The data cover: <li>Wetlands (Ontario coverage)</li> <li>Contours (Ontario coverage)</li> <li>Ontario Hydrograhy Network (OHN) and Cartographic products (Ontario Coverage)</li> <li>Additional Data layers (Ontario coverage)</li></ul></p> <p>These files represent data for the period that the geodatabase was extracted from the LIO Warehouse, these are not current data and should be used for historical and reference purposes only. Most of these data are now available as open data through the LIO Metadata Tool. </p> <p>The extract dates are preserved in the date fields provided in the data and metadata table(s) for each geodatabase. The file geodatabase has been prepared as a convenience to users wanting access to all LIO Warehouse Open Data products in file geodatabase structure. If you require SHAPE file format, you can get the data for these from the metadata describing individual data layers from the LIO Metadata Tool.</p>Tue, 7 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Series/_OGDE/_File/_Geodatabases.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapPS_LDU_ALL_PROV_series.xmlLocal Delivery Unit Boundaries (LDU)<p>The Local Deliver Unit (LDU) boundary file represents neighborhood areas associated with six digit postal code assignments. The LDU is derived from various CanMap topographic features and enhanced Canada Post data.</p><p>The boundary file is generated from point addresses with six-digit postal codes attribute assignments. The LDU Boundaries allow for a many to many relationship. For example, one postal code may be represented by more than one LDU boundary and one LDU boundary may be associated with multiple postal codes.</p><p>This boundary file has an accompanying Postal Code Lookup Table available which contains primary and other postal codes for buildings or discrete areas with multiple postal codes in the LDU file. </p>Mon, 6 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapPS/_LDU/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_rdsCSD96_ALL_PROV_series.xmlRoads Look Up Table - csd96 (rds_csd96)<p>Contains the Unique ID of related Roads (rds) segment and the corresponding Municipality (1996 Census based). </p>Mon, 6 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_rdsCSD96/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapPS_MEP_CAN_series.xmlMultiple Enhanced Postal Codes (MEP)<p>The MEP, or Multiple Enhanced Postal Code product is a precision point file representing over 1 million postal codes across Canada.</p><p>MEP contains postal code data including a single link indicator (identifies main postal code when multiple exist), reference dates, and points of call for various kinds of structures and buildings with multiple postal codes associated. </p><p>The MEP product contains a Multiple Enhanced Postal Code Unique Identifier which can be used to link postal codes to census geographies, using the Postal to Census Translation Table (a separate table used for linking purposes). </p>Mon, 6 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapPS/_MEP/_CAN/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MJWTP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMajor Water Points (MJWTP)<p>Major Water Points represent hydrographic point feature such as a rock in water or shipwreck. These features are always inside a major water region.</p> <p>Major Water Points is engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MJWTP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MNWTP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMinor Water Points (MNWTP)<p>Intermittent Water Points represent hydrographic point feature such as a rock in water or shipwreck. These features are associated with minor water regions or water lines. Major Water Points are engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MNWTP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MJWTR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMajor Water Regions (MJWTR)<p>Major Water Regions represent waterbodies with a heritage significance, or surface area greater than 100sqkm.</p><p> Major Water is engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MJWTR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_Neighbourhood_CAN_cmn_series.xmlNeighbourhood and Community Boundaries, Communities Boundary File (CMN)<p>The Communities Boundary File (CMN) represents community boundaries within Canada.</p> <p>Presently Neighbourhood Boundaries are only available in urban areas and Community Boundaries are available in both urban and rural areas.</p><p>Definition of Community: a geographically defined area identified in part by a group of interacting people living in a common location. In addition to a common location, the community may be re-enforced by similarities shared within a location that include shared cultural, ethnic, or moral characteristics.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_Neighbourhood/_CAN/_cmn/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MNWTR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMinor Water Regions (MNWTR)<p>Minor Water Regions represent smaller waterbodies less than 100sqkm. Minor Water is engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MNWTR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MJNMP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMajor Name Points (MJNMP)<p>Major Name Points represent the name of a large waterbody such as lakes, or oceans. These features are always inside a major water region. </p><p>Major Name Points are engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MJNMP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MNNMP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMinor Name Points (MNNMP)<p>Minor Name Points represent the name of smaller waterbodies such as small lakes, rivers or creeks. These features are associated with water lines or minor water regions. Minor Name Points are engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MNNMP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MNWTL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMinor Water Lines (MNWTL)<p>Minor Water lines represent hydrographic line features such as canals, rivers, streams. Minor Water lines are engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MNWTL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_Neighbourhood_CAN_nbh_series.xmlNeighbourhood and Community Boundaries, Neighbourhood Boundary File (NBH)<p>The Neighbourhood Boundary File (NBH) represents neighbourhood boundaries within Canadian communities. Neighbourhoods are a geographically localized area within a larger city, town or suburb. Neighbourhoods are often social communities with considerable face-to-face interaction among members. Neighbourhoods can be used to refer to the small group of houses with similar housing types and market values. Neighbourhoods can also describe an area surrounding a local institution patronized by residents, such as a church, school, or social agency. The concept of neighborhood includes both geographic (place-oriented) and social (people-oriented) components.</p> <p>Presently Neighbourhood Boundaries are only available in urban areas and Community Boundaries are available in both urban and rural areas.</p><p>Definition of Neighbourhood: a geographically localized area within a larger city, town or suburb. Neighbourhoods are often social communities with considerable face-to-face interaction among members. Neighbourhoods can be used to refer to the small group of houses with similar housing types and market values. Neighbourhoods can also describe an area surrounding a local institution patronized by residents, such as a church, school, or social agency. The concept of neighborhood includes both geographic (place-oriented) and social (people-oriented) components.</p><p>Please note that a geometry repair was conducted for this file and may have to be repeated after download.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_Neighbourhood/_CAN/_nbh/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapW_MNINR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlIntermittent Water (MNINR)<p>Intermittent Water Regions represent seasonal waterbodies (e.g. Floods during spring and dry up in the summer). Intermittent Water is engineered from a combination of National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale hydrographic mapping data.</p>Thu, 2 Jul 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapW/_MNINR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PRR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlParks and Recreation - Regions (PRR)<p>CanMap Parks & Recreation regions layer represents over 1,600 national, provincial and territorial parks and over 14,000 recreation areas across Canada.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PRR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PRL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlParks and Recreation - Lines (PRL)<p>CanMap Parks & Recreation lines layer represents over 2,600 recreation line features across Canada.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PRL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_WLP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlWater Feature Labels (WLP)<p>Water feature labels are toponymic points that contain names of hydrographic features.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_WLP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PHP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPhysiography - Points (PHP)<p>Physiography is the physical features (points and centre locations) or physical geography of the Earth's surface. Physiography features include, but are not limited to caves, eskers and moraines.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PHP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_VER_ALL_PROV_series.xmlVegetation (VER)<p>Vegetation is an area covered with shrubs or trees.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_VER/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_WER_ALL_PROV_series.xmlWetlands (WER)<p>A wetland is a a water-saturated area, intermittently or permanently water-covered, having cattails, rushes or grasslike vegetation (marsh) and/or shrub and tree-type vegetation (swamp).</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_WER/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PRP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlParks and Recreation - Points (PRP)<p>CanMap Parks & Recreation points layer represents over 150 national, provincial and territorial parks and over 2,300 recreation areas across Canada.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PRP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PHR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPhysiography - Regions (PHR)<p>Physiography is the physical features (regions and polygons) or physical geography of the Earth's surface. Physiography features include, but are not limited to caves, eskers and moraines.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PHR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_RLL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlRail and Transit Lines (RLL)<p>The CanMap Rail and Transit Lines layer represents: primary railways, transit, sidetrack and abandoned railways across Canada. The attribution associated to these graphic segments include: Rail Operator, Cartographic Type Assigment and more.</p>Tue, 30 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_RLL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PHL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPhysiography - Lines (PHL)<p>Physiography is the physical features (lines and centre lines) or physical geography of the Earth's surface. Physiography features include, but are not limited to caves, eskers and moraines.</p>Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PHL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_OTR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlOther Transportation - Regions (OTR)<p>The Other Transportation layer includes features (regions) relating to the transportation sector. Features in this layer include, but are not limited to airport runways, tunnels and air navigation hazards.</p>Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_OTR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_LLP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlLand Feature Labels (LLP)<p>Land feature labels are toponymic points that contain names of places, relief features or transport features.</p>Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_LLP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_OTL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlOther Transportation - Lines (OTL)<p>The Other Transportation layer includes features (lines) relating to the transportation sector. Features in this layer include, but are not limited to airport runways, tunnels and air navigation hazards.</p>Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_OTL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_IRR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlIndustrial and Resource - Regions (IRR)<p>Industrial and resource features (regions) include but are not limited to mines and mining areas, oil and gas facilities and waste disposal facilities.</p>Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_IRR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_OTP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlOther Transportation - Points (OTP)<p>The Other Transportation layer includes features (points) relating to the transportation sector. Features in this layer include, but are not limited to airport runways, tunnels and air navigation hazards.</p>Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_OTP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_HYP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHydrography - Points (HYP)<p>Hydrography (points) represents any body of water including lakes, rivers and streams.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_HYP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_HYR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHydrography - Regions (HYR)<p>Hydrography (regions) represents any body of water including lakes, rivers and streams.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_HYR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_HSP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHydrographic Structures - Points (HSP)<p>Hydrographic structures (points) represent any features relating to surface water (but does not include waterbodies or rivers) such as dams, dykes, reservoirs, seawalls or wharfs. </p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_HSP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_IRP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlIndustrial and Resource - Points (IRP)<p>Industrial and resource features (points) include but are not limited to mines and mining areas, oil and gas facilities and waste disposal facilities.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_IRP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_HYL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHydrography - Lines (HYL)<p>Hydrography (lines) represents any body of water including lakes, rivers and streams.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_HYL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_LUR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlLand Use (LUR)<p>Landuse refers to the patterns of construction and activity that land is used for including the following landuse categories: commercial; government and institutional; open area; parks and recreational; residential; resource and industrial; or waterbody.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_LUR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_HSR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHydrographic Structures - Regions (HSR)<p>Hydrographic structures (regions) represent any features relating to surface water (but does not include waterbodies or rivers) such as dams, dykes, reservoirs, seawalls or wharfs.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_HSR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_HSL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHydrographic Structures - Lines (HSL)<p>Hydrographic structures (lines) represent any features relating to surface water (but does not include waterbodies or rivers) such as dams, dykes, reservoirs, seawalls or wharfs.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_HSL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_BPP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlBuilding Points (BPP)<p>Building points is a point layer that represents the centroid of a building footprint and includes features such as city hall, fire stations, schools, churches or police stations.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_BPP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_BFR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlBuilding Footprints (BFR)<p>A building footprint is a polygon that represents the rooftop of a detached building and includes features such as city hall, fire stations, schools, churches or police stations.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_BFR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_IRL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlIndustrial and Resource - Lines (IRL)<p>Industrial and resource features (lines) include but are not limited to mines and mining areas, oil and gas facilities and waste disposal facilities.</p>Thu, 25 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_IRL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_MRC_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMajor Road Casements (MRC)<p>Casements are buffers of all road segments containing street name and uniqueID of road buffered.</p>Wed, 24 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_MRC/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_REN_ALL_PROV_series.xmlRelative Elevation Nodes (REN)<p>Relative elevation differentiates coincident nodes of varying elevation and outlines relationships between street segments on different planes via node-and-segment connectivity. Relative Elevation Nodes (REN) are a work-around for inherent limitations when navigating through three-dimensional street networks represented on the two-dimensional plane (i.e. computer screen). REN help to establish routing options and are particularly useful where complex overpass/underpass structures exist because they indicate street segments as being on different road-levels; where on the computer screen all streets appear to be connected. </p> <p>The REN layer, coupled with the Turn Restrictions Table (TRN), generates the most accurate routing. Attributes contained in this file include Relative Elevation, Intersection, Latitude & Longitude.</p>Wed, 24 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_REN/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_MUN_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMunicipal Boundaries (MUN)<p>Contains municipal boundaries with CSD Name, Type, Population and Dwelling counts, Area and Population Density.</p>Wed, 24 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_MUN/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_XIT_ALL_PROV_series.xmlExit Points (XIT)<p>The exit layer is comprised of points containing exit number and direction attribution.</p>Wed, 24 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_XIT/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_TLC_ALL_PROV_series.xmlTrail Casements (TLC)<p>Casements are buffers of all road segments containing street name and uniqueID of road buffered.</p>Wed, 24 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_TLC/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_MAF_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMunicipal Amalgamation File (MAF)<p>The Municipal Amalgamation File (MAF) is a municipality boundary file. This graphic feature file represents changes to Canadian municipal boundaries, their subsequent changes to name, municipality type, amalgamations and annexations.</p>Wed, 24 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_MAF/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_HSC_ALL_PROV_series.xmlSecondary Highway Casements (HSC)<p>Casements are buffers of all road segments containing street name and uniqueID of road buffered.</p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_HSC/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_LNK_ALL_PROV_series.xmlCanada/US Road Linkages (LNK)<p>This LNK contains a point representing each location where a Canadian road crosses a border into the United States and links to a road on the US side. The point contains the names of the Canadian and US streets as well as the uniqueId of the road, the province, the state where the linkage occurs and coordinates.</p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_LNK/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_HWY_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHighways (HWY)<p>Contains highway graphics across Canada including naming and addressing where available. </p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_HWY/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_FSA_ALL_PROV_series.xmlForward Sortation Area Boundaries (FSA)<p>The Forward Sortation Area (FSA) boundary product represents the first three characters of a postal code. These digits in a postal code represent specific geographic service areas that are aligned to, and have nested within, the CanMap Local Delivery Units (LDU) polygons.</p><p>Source data refer to Statistics Canada, Standard Geographical Classification (SGC), 2001</p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_FSA/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_HRD_ALL_PROV_series.xmlMajor Roads and Highways (HRD)<p>Contains major roads in urban areas and highway graphics across Canada including naming and addressing where available. </p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_HRD/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_LRC_ALL_PROV_series.xmlLocal Road Casements (LRC)<p>Casements are buffers of all road segments containing street name and uniqueID of road buffered.</p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_LRC/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_HPC_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPrimary Highway Casements (HPC)<p>Casements are buffers of all road segments containing street name and uniqueID of road buffered. </p>Thu, 18 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_HPC/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_EXC_ALL_PROV_series.xmlExpressway Casements (EXC)<p>Casements are buffers of all road segments containing street name and uniqueID of road buffered.</p> <p>Expressways and 400 series highways, e.g. Highway 401, Don Valley Parkway. </p>Wed, 17 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_EXC/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Streets_RTE_ALL_PROV_series.xmlRoute File (RTE)<p>The Route file is the core routing layer based on the Canmap roads layer (i.e., RDS). Many of the attributes found in the RDS file are in the RTE file but it also includes routing specific attributes. These include, but are not limited to: Route Hierarchy, Roads, Highways, Rush Traffic, Median, Speed Limits and Travel Time.</p>Wed, 17 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Streets/_RTE/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_TRS_ALL_PROV_series.xmlTransportation Stops (TRS)<p>Transportation stops Points of Interest (POI) contain rail, bus and subway stops across Canada.</p>Wed, 17 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_TRS/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_WGH_ALL_PROV_series.xmlWeigh Stations (WGH)<p>The weigh stations layer (at a minimum) contains the Name and Address (if applicable) of each weight station as well as the site type (permanent or portable scale).</p>Wed, 17 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_WGH/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_WAT_series.xmlNational Water (WAT)<p>The national water layer contains generalized major water bodies derived from a variety of sources at scales ranging from 1:50 000 to 1:30 000 000.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_WAT/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_TZD_series.xmlDaylight Saving Time Zones (TZD)<p>The Day Light Savings is a polygon feature with six Canadian time zones. These zones are regulated by provincial and territorial governments. In each time zone Standard or Daylight Saving time might be specified.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_TZD/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_GLF_ALL_PROV_series.xmlGolf Courses (GLF)<p>Golf Points of Interest contain golf course points with addresses, phone numbers, and coordinates across Canada. The Golf course layer contains Private and Public golf courses.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_GLF/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_EDU_ALL_PROV_series.xmlEducation (EDU)<p>The Education layer contains Elementary Schools, High Schools (secondary schools), Universities, Colleges and Cégeps.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_EDU/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_PPN_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPopulated Placenames (PPN)<p>This point file represents populated places across Canada. Each point contains attribute information that includes, but is not limited to: the place name, coordinates, classification and measure of attribute precision.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_PPN/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_TOP_series.xmlTopographic Boundaries (TOP)<p>Topographic data includes general land-use classifications, building footprints, transportation and utility features, hydrographical features, and physiographical features. Currently there are over 700 topographic coverage areas across the country. Topographic boundaries illustrate urban areas where topographic detail is available from National Topographic Database (NTDB).</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_TOP/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_CPL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlCar Pool Parking Lots (CPL)<p>Please note: Data has been temporarily removed for the years 2012, 2013, and 2014, due to data inconsistencies. These data will be revised and made available from the data provider through a new release. </p> <p>Car Pool Parking Lots layer indicates the name, exit number, and location of car pool parking lots on the major expressways. This data layer is provided for the province of Ontario only, including the name of lot and location.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_CPL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_AER_ALL_PROV_series.xmlAerodromes (AER)<p>The aerodromes layer includes airports, heliports, and water aerodromes.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_AER/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_TOL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlToll Booths (TOL)<p>The Toll Booths layer indicates the name and location of Toll Booths. Toll booth Points of Interest contain toll booths with city and province identifiers as well as geographic coordinates.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_TOL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_POI_HCR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlHealthcare (HCR)<p>The Healthcare layer includes Hospitals, Long-term Care Centres, Nursing Stations, Outpatient Clinics and Community Health Centres.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_POI/_HCR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_TZS_series.xmlStandard Time Zones (TZS)<p>This product contains polygon features that delineate Canada's six time zones. In each time zone Standard or Daylight Saving time can be specified.</p>Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_TZS/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_RMN_series.xmlRegional Municipality Boundaries (RMN)<p>The Regional Municipalities layer is comprised of intermediate political administrative areas between the Province/Territories and Municipalities. DMTI Spatial Regional Municipalities correspond to Statistics Canada's 2001 Census Divisions (CD).</p>Wed, 10 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_RMN/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_TorontoStar_1990_2014_Homicides.xmlToronto Homicide Data, 1990-2014<p>Vector point file with names, locations, age and sex of victim, type of homicide and other details about homicides in the City of Toronto, for the years 1990 to 2014. </p> <p>Files are available in comma separated value (.csv) format for individual years.</p>Wed, 10 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTToronto Starhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_TorontoStar/_1990/_2014/_Homicides.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_ACB_series.xmlArea Code Boundaries (ACB)<p>Based on CanMap Municipality Boundaries, area code boundaries is a graphic representation of Canadian telephone area codes. In the Canadian telephone system, an area code is a three-digit code delineating a “toll” and is distributed according to the North American Number Plan (NANP).</p>Wed, 3 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_ACB/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_CAP_series.xmlCapital Cities (CAP)<p>The Capital cities point file contains a feature for each capital city in Canada with the name of the city and the province abbreviation.</p>Wed, 3 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_CAP/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Canada_PRV_series.xmlProvincial Boundaries (PRV)<p>The Provinces layer is comprised of the 10 Provinces and 3 Territories that define Canada for political administrative purposes. DMTI Spatial Provinces and Territories corresponds to Statistics Canada's 2001 Provinces and Territories (PR).</p>Wed, 3 Jun 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Canada/_PRV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PTP_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPipelines and Transmission - Points (PTP)<p>A pipeline is a cylindrical conduit used to convey liquids or gases. Transmission points represents one or more cables used for communication or power transmission.</p>Thu, 28 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PTP/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PTR_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPipelines and Transmission - Regions (PTR)<p>A pipeline is a cylindrical conduit used to convey liquids or gases. Transmission regions represents one or more cables used for communication or power transmission.</p>Thu, 28 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PTR/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DMTI_CanMapRL_Topo_PTL_ALL_PROV_series.xmlPipelines and Transmission - Lines (PTL)<p>A pipeline is a cylindrical conduit used to convey liquids or gases. A transmission line represents one or more cables used for communication or power transmission.</p>Thu, 28 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTDMTI Spatial Inc.http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DMTI/_CanMapRL/_Topo/_PTL/_ALL/_PROV/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA2013_series.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2013<p>The imagery used to produce this product was acquired by First Base Solutions Between April 4 2013 and May 4 2013. The imagery covers the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The image files are available in TIFF and JPEG2000 format, and are provided as separate image services.</p><p>First Base Solutions created a digital full resolution colour orthophoto image of every photograph using the adjusted digital images and the digital elevation model as source material. All final ortho image processing was completed using a combination of PCI and Intergraph software. Once the adjusted image orientation data is imported, the remaining data required to produce the orthophotos was input. This included the camera calibration data, the control data and the digital elevation model. The orthorectification process is done on the Level-3 RGBI images within PCI. Intergraph OrthoPro uses a feathering algorithm to blend the images to produce seamless mosaics. Seam lines are generated automatically based on selecting the pixels with the minimum difference of colour values between two images as the cutline pixels.</p>Fri, 22 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA2013/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_Intercensal_RNF_Fr_Nat_frr.xmlFichier du réseau routier (FRR) (Intercensitaires)<p>Le Fichier du réseau routier comprend des routes, des noms de routes et des tranches d’adresses. De façon générale, les tranches d’adresses sont fondées sur les logements et sont principalement disponibles pour les grands centres urbains du Canada.</p><p>Le Fichier du réseau routiers ne remplace pas le Fichier du réseau routier du recensement, qui est un produit semblable offert dans la série des produits géographiques et qui est utilisé en conjonction avec les produits et les services du recensement.</p>Wed, 13 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_Intercensal/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_frr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_Intercensal_DBF_Fr_Nat_sdr_series.xmlSubdivision de recensement - Fichiers numériques des limites (SDR) (Intercensitaires)<p>Les Fichiers des limites des subdivisions de recensement comprennent les limites de l’ensemble subdivisions de recensement. Une subdivision de recensement est une région administrative qui forme une composante de la Classification géographique type. Subdivision de recensement est un terme générique qui désigne les municipalités, telles que définies par les lois provinciales et territoriales, ou les territoires considérés comme des équivalents municipaux à des fins statistiques, par exemple, les réserves indiennes, les établissements indiens et les territoires non organisés.</p>Wed, 13 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_Intercensal/_DBF/_Fr/_Nat/_sdr/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_Intercensal_RNF_Eng_Nat_rnf.xmlRoad Network File (RNF) (Intercensal)<p>The Road Network File is a digital representation of Canada´s national road network, containing information such as major roads, street names, types, directions and address ranges. Address ranges are dwelling-based and occur mainly in large urban centres of Canada.</p><p>Intercensal Road Network Files do not replace the Road Network File that is released with every Census, which is a similar product part of the suite of geography products used in conjunction with products and services from the Census.</p>Wed, 13 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_Intercensal/_RNF/_Eng/_Nat/_rnf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_Intercensal_DBF_Eng_Nat_csd_series.xmlCensus Subdivision - Digital Boundary Files (CSD) (Intercensal)<p>The Census Subdivision Boundary Files portray the boundaries of all census subdivisions in Canada. A census subdivision is an administrative area which is a component of the Standard Geographical Classification. Census subdivision is the general term for municipalities, as determined by provincial and territorial legislation, or areas treated as municipal equivalents for statistical purposes, for example, Indian reserves, Indian settlements and unorganized territories. </p><p>CSDUID - Uniquely identifies a census subdivision (composed of 2-digit province/territory code, 2-digit census division code and 3-digit census subdivision code).</p>Wed, 13 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_Intercensal/_DBF/_Eng/_Nat/_csd/_series.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_DEM_3_0.xmlProvincial Digital Elevation Model - Version 3.0<p>The Provincial DEM is designed to represent true ground elevation across the Province. Based on best source data for different parts of the Province, it is a general purpose dataset from which other special purpose datasets have been derived. The Provincial DEM is based on three source datasets: the Ontario Radar DSM, OBM, DTM points and contours, and 2002 GTA Ortho contours. This dataset has not been conditioned for any specific application. As a result, for hydrologic applications, it is suggested that the Ontario Integrated Hydrology dataset is used. This is a separate data product that is available through Land Information Ontario (LIO). The Ontario Integrated Hydrology data is specifically designed for hydrologic analysis, such as watershed creation and flow tracing.</p><p>The data are available in two separate files (.zip) due to the size of the dataset. Each package contains a number of tiled DEM raster datasets in a sinlge ESRI file geodatabase. Please see the "Provincial DEM Index Map" image attached to this metadata record. Or, download the "ProvincialDEM_Index" shapefile attached to this metadata record. This DEM replaces the previous version (DEM 2.0 - Provincial Tiled Dataset), which is a retired product and should only be used for historical and reference purposes.</p>Mon, 11 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_DEM/_3/_0.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_GeoBase_2014_DBF_Eng_Nat_fed_2013.xmlFederal Electoral Districts - Digital Boundary File (FED-DBF), 2014 (2013 Representation Order)<p>The Federal Electoral District Boundary File portray the 338 federal electoral district boundaries based on the 2013 Representation Order. A federal electoral district is an area represented by a member of the House of Commons. </p><p>The federal electoral district boundaries used for the 2011 Census are based on the 2003 Representation Order, additional data releases have been updated to reflect 2013 Representation Order boundaries (see Statistics Canada). </p><p>FEDUID - Uniquely identifies a federal electoral district (composed of the 2-digit province/territory code and the 3-digit federal electoral district code).</p><p>This layer has polygons that extend to 90 degrees Latitude North but are only shown to a maximum of 85 degrees Latitude North. Please download entire dataset if the whole dataset is required.</p>Wed, 6 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTElections Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_GeoBase/_2014/_DBF/_Eng/_Nat/_fed/_2013.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent/OpenContent_GeoBase_2014_DBF_Eng_Nat_cef_2013.xmlCirconscription électorale fédérale - Fichiers numériques des limites, 2014 (l'Ordonnance de représentation de 2013)<p>Le Canada est divisé en 338 circonscriptions. Un représentant du Parlement ou député est élu pour chacune des circonscriptions. Après la diffusion des chiffres de population de chaque recensement décennal, le directeur général des élections détermine le nombre de sièges à la Chambre des communes et publie cette information dans la Gazette du Canada. Les commissions de délimitation des circonscriptions déterminent ensuite les modifications à apporter aux limites des circonscriptions. Les commissions de délimitation des circonscriptions fédérales sont des organismes indépendants qui prennent toutes les décisions concernant les limites proposées et définitives des circonscriptions fédérales.</p><p>Élections Canada offre des services de soutien à la commission de délimitation des circonscriptions dans chaque province.</p><p>Cette couche contient des polygones qui atteignent jusqu’à 90 degrés de latitude Nord, bien qu’ils ne soient montrés ici que jusqu’à 85 degrés de latitude Nord. Veuillez télécharger l’ensemble de données au complet si vous avez besoin de toutes les données.</p>Wed, 6 May 2015 08:00:00 ESTÉlections Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent//OpenContent/_GeoBase/_2014/_DBF/_Eng/_Nat/_cef/_2013.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_ESRI_GreatLakesBathymetry_Contours.xmlESRI Great Lakes Bathymetry Contours<p>This data set contains bathymetry of the Great Lakes in metres (depth).</p><p>The Great Lakes Bathymetry Contours data set has been compiled as a component of a NOAA project to rescue Great Lakes lake floor geological and geophysical data and make it more accessible to the public. This bathymetry of the Great Lakes including Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Saint Clair, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior provides a detailed look at the lake floor topography and serves as a GIS base layer for many applications. </p><p>This project is a cooperative effort between investigators at the NOAA National Geophysical Data Center's Marine Geology and Geophysics Division (NGDC/MGG), the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) and the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS). Bathymetric data have been collected from the Great Lakes in support of nautical charting for at least 150 years by the US Army Corp. of Engineers (before 1970), the NOAA National Ocean Service (NOS) (after 1970), and the Canadian Hydrographic Service.</p>Tue, 28 Apr 2015 08:00:00 ESTNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_ESRI/_GreatLakesBathymetry/_Contours.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SCOOP2013.xmlSouth Central Ontario Orthophotography Project (SCOOP) 2013<p>SCOOP digital imagery was collected with sensor Leica geosystems ADS80 SH82 for areas of Ontario between April 26th and May 7th 2013. </p><p>The project encompassed an area of approximately 35,762 square kilometers, covering parts of South Central Ontario including Peterborough, Haliburton, Muskoka, Simcoe and surrounding areas. </p> <p>A Leica ADS80 SH82 Digital Camera system including an inertial measuring unit (IMU) and a dual frequency airborne GPS receiver was used for the digital image acquisition. Imagery acquisition was performed at 1,920m AMT (above mean terrain) to produce 20cm GSD RGBNiR orthorectified imagery and related products. Ground control survey was also collected by Fugro. </p><p>Orthoimagery are available in 1km by 1km coverage tiles in JPG2000 and TIFF image file format. </p>Mon, 27 Apr 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SCOOP2013.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200809BlockPTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block P)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block P TIFF) crosses the following Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Algoma Forest, White River Forest, Whiskey Jack Forest, Kenora Forest, Big Pic Forest, Pic River-Obijway Forest, Black River Forest, Pukaskwa N.P., Pic Island, Kenogami Forest, and Crossroute Forest. </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Tue, 17 Feb 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200809BlockPTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockIJTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block I & J)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block I & J TIFFs) crosses the following Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Caribou Forest, Sapawe Forest, Sudbury Forest, Northshore Forest, Spanish Forest, Temagami Forest, St. Ignace Island, Fluor Island, Wabaskimi Provincial Park, Vein Island, Vert Island, Michipicoten Island Provincial Park, Simpson Island, Wilson Island, Copper Island, Ogoki Forest, Quetico Provincial Park, Kenogami Forest, Abitibi River Forest, Lake Nipigon Forest, Nipigon Islands, Martel Forest, and Black Spruce Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Tue, 17 Feb 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockIJTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AIRPORT_OTHER.xmlAirport Other<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of airports that have been classified as abandoned or are not recognized at the national level with an airport identifier. This layer is derived from data provided from Nav Canada as well as from the existing airports NRVIS data class.</p>Thu, 5 Feb 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AIRPORT/_OTHER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AIRPORT_OFFICIAL.xmlAirport Official<p>This data set can be used to identify official airports recognized at the national level with an airport identifier that are not classified as 'abandoned'. This layer is derived from data provided from Nav Canada and where possible lined up spatially with Ontario land parcel layers. </p>Thu, 5 Feb 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AIRPORT/_OFFICIAL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DINO_OpenDataLocations.xmlMunicipal Open Data Portals in Canada<p>The Municipal Open Data Map identifies and links to open data portals developed and maintained by cities, municipalities, and regions in Canada. Data covers a variety of topics and categories. For further information about the data available visit the individual open data portal maintained by the appropriate governing authority.</p><p>Cities covered include: Edmonton, London, Ottawa, Toronto, Windsor, Niagara Falls, Vancouver, Mississauga, Kamloops, Langley, Nanaimo, North Vancouver, Prince George, Surrey, Medicine Hat, Regina, Burlington, York Region, Montreal, Ville de Quebec/ Quebec City, Sherbrooke, Prince Edward Island, Fredricton, Calgary, Peel Region, Niagara Region, Grande Prairie No. 1, Guelph, Hamilton, Regional District of Noth Okanagan, Red Deer, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Saanich, City of Waterloo, and Waterloo Region.</p>Tue, 3 Feb 2015 08:00:00 ESTData in Ontario (DINO) Open Data Working Grouphttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DINO/_OpenDataLocations.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/NOAA199699GreatLakesBathymetryTIFF.xmlGreat Lakes Bathymetry Imagery<p>The Great Lakes Bathymetry data and imagery has been compiled as a component of a NOAA project to rescue Great Lakes lake floor geological and geophysical data and make it more accessible to the public. This imagery collection provides satellite imagery for the Great Lakes area including Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Saint Clair, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, and Lake Superior. </p><p> This project is a cooperative effort between investigators at the NOAA National Geophysical Data Center's Marine Geology and Geophysics Division (NGDC/MGG), the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) and the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS). Bathymetric data have been collected from the Great Lakes in support of nautical charting for at least 150 years by the US Army Corp. of Engineers (before 1970), the NOAA National Ocean Service (NOS) (after 1970), and the Canadian Hydrographic Service.</p><p><strong>In order to maintain the display of the data once it has been downloaded, please build statistics in ArcCatalog.</strong></p><p>The Great Lakes Bathymetry data is available in additional formats (i.e. ARC ASCII, Binary Float XYZ, GeoTiff, NetCDF, and GRD89), which are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 23 Jan 2015 08:00:00 ESTNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//NOAA199699GreatLakesBathymetryTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockETIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block E)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block E TIFF) crosses 18 Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Algoma Forest, Sudbury Forest, Northshore Forest, Spanish Forest, Moose Cree Forest, Temagami Forest, Constance Lake Forest, Abitibi River Forest, Heart Forest, Gordon Cosens Forest, Martel Forest, Magpie Forest, Timiskaming Forest, Lakehead Forest, Romeo Malette Forest, Pineland Forest, Nipissing Forest, and French-Severn Forest. Covering the North Bay and Sudbury areas, as well as regions surrounding Timmins, and Thunder Bay.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Fri, 23 Jan 2015 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockETIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_NOAA_GreatLakesBathymetry_Contours.xmlGreat Lakes Bathymetry Contours<p>The Great Lakes Bathymetry Contours data set has been compiled as a component of a NOAA project to rescue Great Lakes lake floor geological and geophysical data and make it more accessible to the public. This bathymetry of the Great Lakes including Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Saint Clair, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan provides a detailed look at the lake floor topography and serves as a GIS base layer for many applications. </p> <p>Please note that the compilation of Great Lakes Bathymetry is incomplete, contours for Lake Superior are not provided in this data set, however, it is possible to create contour intervals from the original imagery consisting of elevation properties (Digital Elevation Model - DEM) collected as part of the Great Lakes Bathymetry (NOAA).</p><p>This project is a cooperative effort between investigators at the NOAA National Geophysical Data Center's Marine Geology and Geophysics Division (NGDC/MGG), the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) and the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS). Bathymetric data have been collected from the Great Lakes in support of nautical charting for at least 150 years by the US Army Corp. of Engineers (before 1970), the NOAA National Ocean Service (NOS) (after 1970), and the Canadian Hydrographic Service.</p>Fri, 23 Jan 2015 08:00:00 ESTNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)http://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_NOAA/_GreatLakesBathymetry/_Contours.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Brock1934NiagaraTIFF/ImageServer.xml1934 Air Photos of Niagara Region<p>This data set is a scanned reproduction of the 1934 air photos from the Canada Department of Energy, Mines, and Resources, held in the Brock University Library collection. </p><p> This image service provides a mosaic of the geoTIFF images (aerial photographs) for the Niagara Region. The coverage area includes the Niagara peninsula from approximately, Grimsby, Ontario in the west to the Niagara River in the East and Lake Ontario shoreline in the North to Lake Erie shoreline in the south.</p>Thu, 22 Jan 2015 08:00:00 ESTCanada Department of Energy, Mines, and Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Brock1934NiagaraTIFF//ImageServer.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2009BlockDTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block D)<p>This image service (FRI 2009 Block D TIFF) crosses many Forest Management Units (FMUs) and 1 Provincial Park within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Algonquin Provincial Park, Moose Cree Forest, Temeagami Forest, Abitibi River Forest, Ottawa Valley Forest, Timiskaming Forest, Romeo Malette Forest, Nipissing Forest, and French-Severn Forest. </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Fri, 19 Dec 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2009BlockDTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockABTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block A & B)<p>This image service (FRI Block A & B TIFF) covers the Forest Management Units (FMUs) of Bancroft-Minden Forest, Mazinaw-Lanark Forest, Ottawa Valley Forest, parts of southern Algonquin Park, and the eastern portions of the French-Severn Forest. The coverage includes the Bancroft, Pembroke, Algonquin Park, and eastern Parry Sound districts.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Thu, 4 Dec 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockABTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008BlockKLTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block K and L)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block K and L TIFF) crosses Algoma Forest, Martel Forest, Gorden Cosens Forest, Magpie Forest, and Pineland Forest. The tile coverage includes the general areas of Heart, Chapleau, and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Thu, 27 Nov 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008BlockKLTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_RNF_Fr_Nat_srr.xmlFichiers schématiques du réseau routier 2001<p>Les Fichiers schématiques du réseau routier (FSRR) sont diffusés dans le but de fournir de l’information géographique de référence pour les données du Recensement de 2001. Ils peuvent servir à désigner les limites des régions géographiques pour lesquelles les données de recensement sont totalisées, ou à demander l’extraction de données de recensement par régions géographiques de recensement particulières.</p><p>Le Fichier schématique du réseau routier contient des routes choisies (avec les noms de route, mais pas les adresses) qui proviennent des Fichiers du réseau routier (no du cat 92F0157XCF). </p><p>De façon générale, les tranches d’adresses sont fondées sur les logements et sont principalement disponibles pour les grands centres urbains du Canada. Elles peuvent servir à désigner les limites des régions géographiques selon lesquelles les données du recensement sont totalisées, ou à demander l’extraction de données du recensement selon les régions géographiques définies par l’utilisateur.</p>Mon, 10 Nov 2014 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_srr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2001_Census_RNF_Fr_Nat_frr.xmlFichier du réseau routier 2001<p>Les Fichiers du réseau routier (FRR) sont diffusés dans le but de fournir de l’information géographique de référence pour les données du Recensement de 2001. </p><p>De façon générale, les tranches d’adresses sont fondées sur les logements et sont principalement disponibles pour les grands centres urbains du Canada. Elles peuvent servir à désigner les limites des régions géographiques selon lesquelles les données du recensement sont totalisées, ou à demander l’extraction de données du recensement selon les régions géographiques définies par l’utilisateur.</p><p>Un guide de référence est inclus (92F0157GIF) de la section de la documentation supplémentaire.</p><p>Cette couche contient des polygones qui atteignent jusqu’à 90 degrés de latitude Nord, bien qu’ils ne soient montrés ici que jusqu’à 85 degrés de latitude Nord. Veuillez télécharger l’ensemble de données au complet si vous avez besoin de toutes les données.</p>Mon, 10 Nov 2014 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2001/_Census/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_frr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WFLOW.xmlWater Virtual Flow - Seamless Provincial Data Set<p>The Water Virtual Flow data set is a fully connected, flow directed, stream network with complete topological flow structure. The data was originally based on the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) Water Body Segment layer and has been updated to create connectivity and flow direction. Streams may also have been edited using information from reliable local sources such as Conservation Authorities and MNR districts. The entire data set has been updated August 2005 incorporating edits received from partners of the Water Resources Information Program. The Water Virtual Flow is divided up into 5 coverages: UTM Zone 15, UTM Zone 16, UTM Zone 17 north, UTM Zone 17 south, and UTM Zone 18.</p><p>Please note that the Water Virtual Flow has been replaced by the OHN - Watercourse layer. However, this data class will continue to be available as it represents the state of our water flow as of December 2008.</p>Thu, 25 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WFLOW.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_SS_SL.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Small Scale Shoreline<p>The Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) Small Scale Shoreline data is available at the following 7 scales:</p><li>1:100,000</li><li>1:200,000</li><li>1:500,000</li><li>1:1,000,000</li><li>1:2,000,000</li><li>1:5,000,000</li><li>1:10,000,000</li><p>These small scale shoreline products are intended primarily for cartographic and web mapping display purposes, not intended for analytical work. All analytical work should be conducted using medium scale Ontario Hydro Network data.</p><p>These data classes are complimented by Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Watercourse and Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Waterbody available at the same 7 scales.</p>Wed, 24 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_SS/_SL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_SS_WB.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Small Scale Waterbody<p>The Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) Small Scale Waterbody data is available at the following 7 scales:</p><li>1:100,000</li><li>1:200,000</li><li>1:500,000</li><li>1:1,000,000</li><li>1:2,000,000</li><li>1:5,000,000</li><li>1:10,000,000</li><p>These small scale waterbody products are intended primarily for cartographic and web mapping display purposes, not intended for analytical work. All analytical work should be conducted using medium scale Ontario Hydro Network data. </p><p>These data classes are complimented by Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Watercourse and Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Shoreline available at the same 7 scales.</p>Wed, 24 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_SS/_WB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_SS_WC.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Small Scale Watercourse<p>The Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) Small Scale Watercourse data is available at the following 7 scales:</p><li>1:100,000</li><li>1:200,000</li><li>1:500,000</li><li>1:1,000,000</li><li>1:2,000,000</li><li>1:5,000,000</li><li>1:10,000,000</li><p>These small scale watercourse products are intended primarily for cartographic and web mapping display purposes, not intended for analytical work. All analytical work should be conducted using medium scale Ontario Hydro Network data.</p><p>These data classes are complimented by Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Waterbody and Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Shoreline available at the same 7 scales.</p>Wed, 24 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_SS/_WC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2010_Culvert.xmlGuelph Culverts<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the culverts located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2010/_Culvert.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2010_StormLeads.xmlGuelph Storm Leads<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the storm leads located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2010/_StormLeads.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2010_LandUse.xmlGuelph Land Use<p>This dataset contains polygons, each one representing a land use zone situated within the City of Guelph boundaries. Each parcel contains information like area, perimeter land use.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2010/_LandUse.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2010_Dlsn.xmlGuelph Double Line Street Network<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the double line street network located within the City of Guelph Boundaries. It has been decided by the City of Guelph to not update this layer in the future.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2010/_Dlsn.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2011_OMBTrailSegment.xmlGuelph Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) Trail Segment<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) trail segment located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2011/_OMBTrailSegment.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2010_CyclingTrails.xmlGuelph Cycling Trails<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the cycling trails located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2010/_CyclingTrails.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Guelph_CityOfGuelph_2011_Contours.xmlGuelph Contours<p>This dataset contains lines that represent the contour lines located within the City of Guelph Boundaries.</p>Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:00:00 ESTCity of Guelphhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Guelph/_CityOfGuelph/_2011/_Contours.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CL_PATENT_LAND.xmlCrown Land - MNR Acquisitions Public<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of an area of land that is of interest to the Crown as a result of an acquisition. Acquired land means real property where the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) has secured an interest in the land either directly or through an agent acting on behalf of MNR and title is to be in the name of Her Majesty the Queen in the Right of Ontario or a partner agency.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CL/_PATENT/_LAND.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_MHL.xmlMental Health Services Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for a variety of mental health services in Ontario. </p><p>Each service location has an associated Connex Ontario ID number, Connex Ontario maintains a comprehensive database of detailed drug, alcohol, problem gambling, and mental health service information.</p><p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_MHL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WASTEMST.xmlWaste Management Site<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of waste management sites. The different waste management sites contained in this layer include:</p><li>Compost Disposal</li><li>Hazardous Waste Disposal</li><li>Household Waste Disposal</li><li>Industrial Waste Disposal</li><li>Septic Drying Bed</li><li>Septic Field</li><li>Sewage Disposal</li><li>Tile Bed</li><li>Transfer Station</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WASTEMST.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OSCPOLY.xmlStewardship Council Area<p>The Ontario Stewardship Program has established Stewardship Councils across all of southern Ontario and a portion of northern Ontario. This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of Stewardship Council administrative boundaries. The majority of the Stewardship Council boundaries conform to existing upper tier municipal boundaries. </p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OSCPOLY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_Fish_Hab_Type.xmlFisheries Habitat Management Database - Parry Sound District<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify fish habitat data for the Parry Sound District of Ontario.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_Fish/_Hab/_Type.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_ECL.xmlElderly Community Centre Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for community centres that support the elderly in Ontario. </p><p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_ECL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TANK.xmlTank<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of an above ground container that holds either petroleum or water. </p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TANK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OSZONE.xmlStewardship Zone<p>The Ontario Stewardship Program divides the province into four administrative regions or zones. Any given Stewardship Council will fall into one of these zones. Boundaries between adjacent Ontario Stewardship (OS) zones will also coincide with adjacent OS Council boundaries. This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of Stewardship Zones in Ontario.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OSZONE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WT_HALIBURTON.xmlHaliburton County Enhanced Wetland Mapping<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of wetlands classified into either marsh or swamp for Haliburton County.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTDucks Unlimited Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WT/_HALIBURTON.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPOT.xmlSpot Height<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of features identifying variations in the elevation (z value) of natural and man-made features. This data set includes:</p><li>Spot Heights</li><li>Vertical Control Point (VCP)</li><li>Water Level /Lake Elevation</li>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPOT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORM_SANDBARREN.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Sand Barrens, Savannahs, Tallgrass Prairies<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (“Plan”) is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>The sand barrens, savannahs, and tallgrass prairies dataset represents rare communities on the Oak Ridges Moraine.</p><p>For more information on sand barrens, savannahs, and tallgrass prairies, please refer to the Oak Ridges Moraine Technical Paper, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p><p>Please note that this is a retired data set.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORM/_SANDBARREN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BSM_FMZ5_LakeTrout.xmlBroad Scale Monitoring Lakes Fisheries Management Zone 5 (FMZ5) - Lake Trout<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of lake trout lakes selected by the Northwest Region Science and Information for Broad Scale Monitoring for Fisheries Management Zone 5.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BSM/_FMZ5/_LakeTrout.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_ABL.xmlHIV/AIDS Health and Information Services Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for HIV/AIDS health and information programs and services in Ontario, as provided under the AIDS Bureau portfolio.</p> <p>The AIDS Bureau coordinates all the AIDS programs of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care (MOHLTC) and works with AIDS activists, health care providers, researchers and citizens of Ontario. The AIDS Bureau provides HIV/AIDS information and resources for health and community service providers. The Government of Ontario and MOHLTC provide funding for programs and services across the province to deliver HIV/AIDS prevention, education and support programs for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, and those most at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS in Ontario. </p> <p>Service location types include:<ul> <li>Community-based AIDS Education and Support Programs</li> <li>HIV Outpatient Clinics</li> <li>At site</li></ul></p> <p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_ABL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_COMCL.xmlCommunity Care Access Centre Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for community care access centres in Ontario. </p><p>The CCACs were established by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in 1996 to help the public access government-funded home and community services, and long-term care homes. CCACs work together, and with physicians, hospital teams and other health care providers to enhance access and co-ordination for people who need care in their own homes in the community, in supportive housing, or in a Long-Term Care Home.</p><p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_COMCL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_PHUB.xmlPublic Health Units (PHU)<p>This data set contains the boundaries for Public Health Units (PHU) in Ontario.</p> <p>A Public Health Unit is an official health agency established by a group of urban and rural municipalities to provide a more efficient community health program. There are 36 Public Health Units in Ontario.</p><p> Health units administer health promotion and disease prevention programs to inform the public about healthy life-styles, communicable disease control including education in STDs/AIDS, immunization, food premises inspection, healthy growth and development including parenting education, health education for all age groups and selected screening services. PHUs and Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) represent administrative Health Regions in Ontario.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_PHUB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_COMSL.xmlCommunity Support Services Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for community support services in Ontario. </p><p>The Community Support Services Program (CSS) is funded by the province through the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. It provides information, advocacy and practical support to individuals and their families who need help to function independently because of a disability, illness or limitation due to aging. Service listings include: Adult Day Programs, Attendant Services, Meals on Wheels, Supportive Housing, Transportation etc.</p><p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_COMSL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_CHDCL.xmlChildren's Treatment Centre Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for rehabilitation, treatment, and education services organizations for children and youth with special needs. </p><p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_CHDCL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GBDESIGN.xmlGreenbelt Designation<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of Greenbelt Designations, which are areas that have Provincial plans and/or specific policies associated with them. There are currently four designations contained in this layer:</p><li>Niagara Escarpment Plan</li><li>Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan</li><li>Protected Countryside</li><li>Urban River Valley</li>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housinghttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GBDESIGN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WASTEMAZ.xmlWaste Management Attenuation Zone<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of contaminant attenuation zones, which is a three-dimensional zone that:</p><p><li>is located on land adjacent to a landfilling site,</li><li>is in the subsurface or extends into the subsurface, and</li><li>is used or is intended to be used for the attenuation of contaminants from the landfilling site to levels that will not have an unacceptable impact beyond the boundary of the zone</li></p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WASTEMAZ.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_PHUOL.xmlPublic Health Unit (PHU) Office Locations<p>This data set contains the address locations of Public Health Unit (PHU) offices in Ontario.</p> <p>A Public Health Unit is an official health agency established by a group of urban and rural municipalities to provide a more efficient community health program. There are 36 Public Health Units in Ontario. Health units administer health promotion and disease prevention programs to inform the public about healthy life-styles, communicable disease control including education in STDs/AIDS, immunization, food premises inspection, healthy growth and development including parenting education, health education for all age groups and selected screening services. PHUs and Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) represent administrative Health Regions in Ontario.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_PHUOL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CL_UNPATENTED.xmlCrown Land - MNR Unpatented Land<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of lands that have never been patented by the Crown or have been depatented or forfeited.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CL/_UNPATENTED.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_LTCHL.xmlLong-Term Care Home Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for long-term care homes (LTCH) and other nursing homes, including municipal, not for profit, and for profit, facilities in Ontario. </p> <p>LTCH data includes Home Type, Owner Type, LHIN, County, and Number of Beds by allocation type. </p><p>Every effort was made to provide up-to-date and accurate information, however, not all information provided may be accurate, please use caution when using these data for research and analysis purposes and in all cases verify with the ministry responsible.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_LTCHL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MTO_Aggregates.xmlAggregate Sites - Ministry of Transportation (MTO)<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of aggregate sites across the province of Ontario belonging to the Ministry of Transportation (MTO). Sites are identified by a permit number and by the MAIDb code.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Transportationhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MTO/_Aggregates.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_MNDM_ODHD.xmlOntario Drill Hole Database<p>The Ontario Drill Hole Database (ODHD) can be used to identify drill holes in Ontario and contains information for over 141,000 percussion, overburden, sonic and diamond-drill holes. </p><p>Data include location, company name, company hole number, hole orientation, hole depth, and overburden depth if applicable.</p><p>Data are provided in two formats in this release:<ul><li>a relational database, and </li><li>a seamless ODHD provincial coverage in a geospatial GIS (ESRI® shape file) format</li></ul> The complete ODHD relational database is provided in Microsoft® Access® 2007/2010 (.accdb) format. Supplementary data is available for download from the additional documentation section. The supplementary data contains Microsoft® Access® and KML data formats.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_MNDM/_ODHD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OSCPOINT.xmlStewardship Council Location<p>The Ontario Stewardship Program has established Stewardship Councils (SC) across Ontario. While most councils have established administrative boundaries that generally conform to upper tier municipalities, there are some SCs in northern Ontario which are generally located in and around a certain geographic location but do not have established administrative boundaries. This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the locations associated with these northern councils.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OSCPOINT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BSM_FMZ5_Walleye.xmlBroad Scale Monitoring Lakes Fisheries Management Zone 5 (FMZ5) - Walleye<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of walleye lakes selected by the Northwest Region Science and Information for Broad Scale Monitoring for Fisheries Management Zone 5.</p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BSM/_FMZ5/_Walleye.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NEPLNBND.xmlNiagara Escarpment Plan Boundary<p>The Niagara Escarpment Plan Boundary represents the area of jurisdiction in which the policies and objectives of the Niagara Escarpment Plan apply. The outer boundary of the area covered by the Niagara Escarpment Plan is fixed and inflexible, and can be changed only by a Plan Amendment. It is formed by a combination of such features as roads, railways, electrical transmission lines, municipal and property boundaries, lot lines, rivers and topographic features.</p><p>The Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act, serves as the framework of objectives and policies to strike a balance between development, preservation and the enjoyment of the Escarpment and to provide for the maintenance of the Niagara Escarpment and land in its vicinity substantially as a continuous natural environment, and to ensure only such development occurs as is compatible with that natural environment.</p><p>Additional information can be found at: <a href="http://www.escarpment.org">http://www.escarpment.org</a></p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTNiagara Escarpment Commissionhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NEPLNBND.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GBOUTBND.xmlGreenbelt Outer Boundary<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the outer boundary of the Greenbelt Area, as defined by Ontario Regulation 59/05 as amended, which includes lands within the Niagara Escarpment Plan Area, the Oak Ridges Moraine Area, and lands designated as Protected Countryside, and Urban River Valley, by this Plan. </p>Mon, 14 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housinghttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GBOUTBND.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GBWildlifeHabitat.xmlGreenbelt Selected Wildlife Habitat<p>Greenbelt Selected Wildlife Habitat contains polygon mapping of Deer Wintering Areas and Deer Yards for Guelph District and Midhurst District.</p><p>A Deer Yard (Stratum 1) is often referred to as the core of a deer yard. Deer use this area when mobility is most restricted under severe winter conditions (when snow reaches depths greater than 46 centimeters).</p><p>A Deer Wintering Area (Stratum 2) is the area occupied by deer in early winter or occasionally all winter during mild winters. A mild winter occurs when the snow cover in the area is light and fluffy, and less than 30 centimeters.</p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GBWildlifeHabitat.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WRIP_Well_Location.xmlWater Resources Information Program (WRIP) Water Well Locations Phase 3<p>This holding contains a WRIP_Well_Location_2009 table where water well records drilled prior to August 2006 have had their spatial coordinates reviewed and\or updated to reflect their correct location. The holding is a review and correction of the database that has been created through the Water Well Data Improvement Project by the Water Resources Information Program (WRIP) Peterborough. It also includes an executive summary overview of the review as well as correction details and a shapefile of all water well points including the corrections. </p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WRIP/_Well/_Location.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OTDB.xmlOntario Toponymic Database (OTDB)<p>The Ontario Toponymic Database (OTDB) is a centralized source for government approved geographic names, their locations and physical extents/boundaries (where known). It is the geographic naming policy authority and provincial record keeper specifically for geographic feature and unincorporated place (community) names in Ontario. This information holding also contains select sets of official government names authorized by other authorities (Municipalities, Federal Government, etc.) that have been geo-referenced to similar standards as the core feature and community name sets.</p><p>Additional information collected includes: data on the status of proposed and rescinded names, name origins, name histories and treatment of official names in other languages. The current standard digital product contains: Official and official alternate names; French-text Equivalent names; linguistic treatment code; feature type; UTM and latitude and longitude references at feature centroid/river mouth - NAD83; Ontario Basic Map and National Topographic Sheet references at feature centroid/river mouth.</p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OTDB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ALIS.xmlAquatic Landscape Inventory System (ALIS)<p>Aquatic Landscape Inventory System (ALIS) was developed to automate the process for delineating, characterizing and classifying of valley segments within Great Lakes Basin watersheds. ALIS delineates streams based on a number of different natural features. This application has been applied on the Ontario side of the Great Lakes to identify continuous valley segments and has been used to attribute landscape attributes for sites where fish and habitat data are available.</p><p>The ALIS database is made up of two components: an application and a data component. The GIS application will offer users a tool to extract data, summarize and report results and classify, categorize, etc. the data collected through ALIS. The second component is strictly a Microsoft Access 2002 database containing the data. The GIS application component links to the data component, this allows for central control over the master attribute data. In order to run ALIS, the user must be running a licensed version of ArcGIS 8.1. or later. In addition, the user will also need a copy of Microsoft Access 2002 to store the data. Once the data has been collected, users with a copy of Microsoft Access 2000 will be able to work with the attribute data stored in the ALIS database independent of the GIS application.</p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ALIS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AH.xmlArc Hydro Quaternary Watershed Sessions<p>Arc Hydro (AH) is a geospatial and temporal data model for water resources, which operates within ArcGIS and was developed by the GIS in Water Resources (GISWR) Consortium in the United States. The Consortium is comprised of several members including:</p><li>Government agencies - US Geological Survey and the Environmental Protection Agency</li><li>Academia - Center for Research in Water Resources, University of Texas</li><li>Professional partners - Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)</li><p>AH consists of a set of tools used to create and support a comprehensive water resources framework for hydrologic and related geospatial data analysis. The original focus of Arc Hydro was to support surface water modeling, but work has progressed into the groundwater realm. ESRI plans to link the two systems into one complete data modeling framework in the near future.</p><p>The Ministry of Natural Resources - Water Resources Information Program (WRIP) was involved in a multi-year project to develop standardized Arc Hydro surface water data sessions based on the Quaternary Watershed fabric for the Province of Ontario. Each session contains foundation layers required for fundamental hydrologic watershed analysis.</p><p>To meet the requirements of Arc Hydro, the project team followed rigorous quality checking and assurance procedures which resulted in extensive and significant base data improvements across the Province. These enhancements are regarded collectively as a 'snapshot' version of our hydrology base and derivative products. Base data updates are happening on a continual basis, which will have implications on any derivative or related product that has been produced to date by the Province. Any further work in Arc Hydro will depend on available resources and support from the various business areas interested in utilizing these data and tools.</p><p>Some key elements of the project include:</p><li>Basic terrain preprocessing developed for each Arc Hydro session populating the Drainage and Network components of the model</li><li>Setting up a Regional ID framework to manage Arc Hydro's HydroID at the Provincial level</li><li>The concepts of Global Delineation and Thresholding explored for complex quaternary sessions and nested watershed scenarios</li><li>Leveraging the WRIP water flow network in Arc Hydro analysis</li>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GDS1242.xmlOntario Airborne Geophysical Surveys, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Data, Latchford Area<p>As part of an on-going program to acquire high-quality, high-resolution airborne geophysical data across the Province of Ontario, the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) does, from time to time, issue Requests For Data (RFD) in order to purchase existing proprietary data held by mining companies. Purchase of existing data complements new surveys commissioned by the MNDM.</p><p>The magnetic and electromagnetic surveys, included in this data set, were flown by Geotech Ltd. and Fugro Airborne Surveys Corp. for Amador Gold Corp. and Temex Resources Corp., respectively.</p> <p>The data include: 15 m x 15 m grids and GeoTIFF images of magnetic and electromagnetic data; DXF vector files of flight path, EM anomalies, Keating correlation coefficients and contours of the residual magnetic field and EM decay constant; database of Keating correlation coefficients and picked EM anomalies; and a report in portable document format (.pdf).</p><p>Please note that the data formats described above require several software packages to access the data.</p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GDS1242.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRI_FIMv2_3D.xmlForest Resources Inventory (FIM v2 3D) Packaged Product<p>This version of the Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) complies with the standards outlined in the Forest Information Manual 2007 Technical Specifications (FIM v.2). The inventory's extent is for the entire unit, and is the standard accepted FRI deliverable provided to clients since 2004.</p><p>The 3D version of the inventory allows GIS users to view the forest data in 3 Dimensions (z-scale is stored) using specialized GIS Software and Hardware.</p><p>Using specialized hardware and software, the imagery is displayed to the FRI Interpretation Specialist in a 3D environment by serving up reference point data that was captured by the aircraft during the imagery-capture flight (height of land, altitude, aircraft pitch, yaw etc.). </p><p>The completed unit is processed by the FRI GIS Officers and Project Technicians using internally-written quality assurance routines to ensure that the final version of the inventory is error-free and conforms to FIM 2007 (v.2) specifications.</p><p>Documentation about the data structure is provided with the packaged product. </p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRI/_FIMv2/_3D.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PSDDM.xmlProvincial Satellite Derived Disturbance Mapping<p>This spatial data layer consists of polygon features representing natural and anthropogenic disturbances to vegetation as identified on Landsat change detection imagery with a cell resolution of 30 meters. These disturbances include burns, commercial forestry harvesting (cuts), weather events, infrastructure and pest/disease.</p><p>The Provincial Satellite Derived Disturbance Mapping is currently restricted to Ontario's Far North Planning area.</p>Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PSDDM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WASTEDIS.xmlWaste Disposal Site - Replaced<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify Waste Disposal Sites, which are areas designated for the systematic destruction, transformation, burial or storage of waste material. The different Waste Disposal Site types contained in this layer include:</p><p><li>Compost Disposal</li><li>Hazardous Waste Disposal</li><li>Household Waste Disposal</li><li>Industrial Waste Disposal</li><li>Septic Drying Bed</li><li>Septic Field</li><li>Sewage Disposal </li><li>Tile Bed </li><li>Transfer Station</li></p><p>Retirement note: The data from Waste Disposal Site data class and the Waste Management Information System (WMIS), has been merged and now exists within the Waste Management Site data class. In addition there is also a data site called Waste Management Attenuation Zone that manages that information. Please review these metadata records for information on these alternative products.</p>Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WASTEDIS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_MNDM_MDI.xmlMineral Deposit Inventory<p>The Mineral Deposit Inventory (MDI) provides information on metallic, non-metallic, industrial and building stone occurrences/deposits across Ontario. </p><p>Each MDI record provides all or some of the following information: deposit name(s), location, status (e.g., occurrence, prospect, producer, past producer), commodities, character/classification, geological structure, lithology, minerals and mineral alteration, geochemistry, exploration history, and production and reserve data where available. Also included are notes on deposit visits and references to additional publications related to the deposit.</p><p>This database is an updated inventory of mineral deposits in the province of Ontario and supersedes previous Mineral Deposits Inventory (MDI) releases. Originally compiled in the early 1970s by the Resident Geologist Program (RGP), the database is continually being reviewed and updated by RGP staff. There are approximately 150 new records and 850 updated records in the 2013 release.</p><p>MDI data are provided in 2 formats in this release: 1) a relational database, and 2) MDI provincial coverage in a geospatial GIS (ESRI® shape file, point and polygon) format. The complete MDI relational database is provided in Microsoft® Access® 2003 format. For the geospatial data, basic mineral deposit information (MDI number, commodities and property status) is provided. Geospatial data are provided in North American Datum 1983 (NAD83) geographic co-ordinate system using Geodetic Reference System 1980 (GRS80).</p>Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_MNDM/_MDI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_MNDM_QG.xmlQuaternary Geology of Ontario<p>Great Ice sheets have covered parts of Ontario several times, most recently during the Quaternary Period. This most recent glaciation has played a major role in shaping and creating the physical landscape of Ontario. The deposits and effects of these glaciations are widespread with till being the most common deposit left by the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Three main end members of till were produced, sandy tills from the erosion of Precambrian rocks; silty tills derived from the erosion of carbonate rocks and clayey tills deposited in front of the glacier in local or regional area of ponding. Considerable volumes of melt water were generated by, and discharged from, the glaciers that once occupied Ontario. Large amounts of glacial debris were transported by the meltwater and deposited as stratified sediments under the glacier and along the ice margin (glaciofluvial ice-contact deposits), and beyond the ice margin in rivers and streams (glaciofluvial outwash deposits), lakes (glaciolacustrine and lucustrine deposits) and seas (glaciomarine and marine deposits).</p> <p>The Quaternary Geology Data Set is a digital interpretation of this Surficial Geology for the Province of Ontario, illustrating the general distribution of the various types of Quaternary sediments and the major landforms associated with them. Glacial tills, fluvial, lacustrine and organic deposits are illustrated as 30 distinct structured geological units illustrating the Quaternary stratigraphy of Ontario. Also shown are landform deposits such as drumlins, moraines, eskers, sand dunes, and glacial related escarpments.</p>Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_MNDM/_QG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_EFDIR.xmlEnhanced Flow Direction Grid - Provincial<p>The Enhanced Flow Direction Grid is a grid representing surface flow directions derived from Version 2.0 Digital Elevation Model (DEM) with the added enhancement of having the photogrammetrically mapped hydrology (WRIP Water Virtual Flow and NRVIS water body segment) embedded within the grid so that known hydrology is accurately represented within the grid.</p><p>Also included in version 2 is an alternative assignment of flow direction to shoreline areas. The inclusion has the following effects: Brings the limit of the Flow Direction grid closer to the shoreline resulting in a cleaner product; Allows for the delineation of distinct shoreline catchments not possible in the previous EFD product; Minimizes effects of shoreline bleeding (erroneous catchments being formed in -no-data- areas usually upstream of project areas); and Assigns proper flow directions to minor bays and inlets.</p><p>To cover Ontario the grid has been divided into 16 pieces, existing in their respective UTM zones 15, 16, 17, and 18. Each grid covers major watersheds within these zones. The naming conventions of the grid follow the naming conventions of the Secondary and Tertiary Provincial watershed layers. The resolution of the Enhanced Flow Direction Grid is the same as the Provincial Digital Elevation Model - 10m for southern Ontario (where 1:10,000 base data exists) and 20m for Northern Ontario (where 1:20,000 base data exists). Currently, 16 of the 16 grids covering Ontario are included in the package. There are index shapefiles included within the package to show the extent of each grid.</p>Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_EFDIR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CROWNLEA.xmlCrown Leased Land - Replaced<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify Crown Land that is leased to the public. The data available in this layer is categorized as either:</p><li>Crown Leased Land - Crown Leased Land is Crown land that is leased to the public. You can obtain these boundaries from the Crown Land Survey records.</li><p>or</p><li>Unspecified Crown Leased Land - Include private lands, federal lands, and crown lands not in parks.</li></p><p>Retirement Note: Data is this layer has been integrated into:<ul></br> <li>Crown Land - MNR Non-Freehold Dispositions; </li> <li>Crown Land - MNR Unpatented Land;</li> <li> Crown Land - MNR Acquisitions and/or Patent Land.</li></ul></p>Wed, 2 Jul 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CROWNLEA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PEATPROD.xmlPeat Production Area<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a peat production area, which is an area designated as suitable for the extraction of peat. The boundary is determined by a Peat Extraction License or a survey of potential license.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PEATPROD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SCHOOLFA.xmlSchool Facility<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of all English Public, English Catholic, French Public, and French Catholic schools in Ontario.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SCHOOLFA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NTSPOWSI.xmlPower Network Site at 250K<p>This data set is an National Topographic System (NTS) point coverage containing electric transformer stations.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF Report, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTNatural Resources Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NTSPOWSI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MASTPROD.xmlMast Producing Area<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of an area with a concentration of nut producing trees or bushes (for example, oak or beech) used by various wildlife as a source of food.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MASTPROD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1KSETLMN.xmlSettlement at 100K<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify a feature marking a populated area.</p><p>Supplementary tables (including a look-up table) can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1KSETLMN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPAGEN.xmlSource Protection Area Generalized<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a Source Protection Area Generalized, a smoothed version of the technical Source Protection Planning Boundary (SPPB) that is owned by the Ministry of Environment (MOE).</p><p>A Source Protection Area (SPA) is an area of land and water governed by a Source Protection Authority which defines the watershed area within which the terms of reference, assessment reports and source protection plans must be developed. A Source Protection Authority is the agency, person or body responsible for developing a Source Protection Plan. 'Generally, the source protection authority follows the same structure as the conservation authority boards, which are made up of members appointed by municipal councils.'</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPAGEN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MISCLINE.xmlMiscellaneous Line<p>This data set is a linear coverage that can be used to identify the location of prominent linear (man-made or natural) features. This data set includes the following linear features:</p><li>Cliff</li><li>Feature Outline</li><li>Fence</li><li>Hedge/Hedgerow</li><li>Racetrack - Centerline</li><li>Racetrack - Edge</li><li>Wall</li><p>Please note that the intention is to retire this data set.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MISCLINE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LANDOWN.xmlLand Ownership - Replaced<p> Land Ownership is a polygon feature that can be used to identify the ownership and general use of an area of land. This data set includes the following land ownership categories:</p> <li>Crown Land</li><li>Private Land</li><li>Federal Land, Indian Reserve</li><li>Federal Land, Other</li><p>Information relating to Crown and Private Land Features stored in Land Ownership is incomplete and may not be reliable.</p><p>Indian Reserves and other Federal Lands were derived from the OBM. The Private Land data set may contain ownership fabric from the FRI, and some district data. The Crown Land data set is incomplete and not accurate.</p><p>Retirement note: please note that this data set has been retired and the data in this layer has been integrated into: <ul></br><li>Crown Land - Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Non-Freehold Dispositions;</li><li> Crown Land - MNR Unpatented Land;</li><li> and Crown Land - MNR Acquisitions and/or</li><li> Patent Land.</li></ul></p></p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LANDOWN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MISCPNT.xmlMiscellaneous Point<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of miscellaneous point features. This data set includes the following point features:</p><li>Mine Headframe</li><li>Monument - Cadastral - Iron Bar</li><li>Monument - Historical</li><li>Monument Horizontal Control</li><li>Post - Mile Or Kilometre</li><li>Smoke Stack/Chimney</li><p>Please note that the intention is to retire this data set.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MISCPNT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_RAILWAY.xmlRailway<p>This data set is a centre line linear feature that can be used to identify the location of the steel tracks for trains.</p><p>Please note that the railway data layer has been replaced by the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN).</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_RAILWAY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TOWER.xmlTower<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of a structure or building that is typically higher than its diameter, and high relative to its surroundings, and is used for a specific purpose such as telecommunications, fire watches, or navigation. This data set includes the following types of towers:</p><li>Communication Tower</li><li>Fire Tower</li><li>Lighthouse</li><li>Lightning Locator</li><li>Meteorological Tower</li><li>Microwave Tower</li><li>Navigation Beacon</li><li>Radio Tower</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TOWER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UNORGARE.xmlUnorganized Area G-Plan Index<p>This data set is an index in which the geographic extent covers mostly un-surveyed territory. The geographic areas within the index are based on a grid of 7.5 ' latitude by 15' longitude. Each area consists of a G-Plan number and/or an area name (based on MNR' s G-Plans).</p><p>The G-Plan is a hard copy graphic index to Crown Land dispositions in the Province of Ontario. In addition to topography and culture, the G-Plan shows all Crown surveys with numerical identification and, in symbolized form, the type of document, patent, lease, licence-of-occupation, attached to the area defined by the Crown survey.</p><p>The G-Plan, also referred to as a control map, began in the early 1900's out of a need to graphically delineate land parcels that are open (Crown), closed (patent, lease) or closed conditionally (reservations). The plans exist in two formats, geographic township and geographic area (where land has not been surveyed into a geographic township) formats. </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UNORGARE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_RECPNT.xmlRecreation Point<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of recreation points, which are sites designated for recreational activities. The different recreation points collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Access Point </li><li>Beach</li><li>Boat Cache, Commercial</li><li>Boat Cache, Private</li><li>Boat Cache, Resource Harvest</li><li>Boathouse</li><li>Clubhouse</li><li>Designated Camping Site</li><li>Picnic Site</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_RECPNT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NTSPOWLN.xmlPower Network Line at 250K<p>This data set is an National Topographic System (NTS) linear coverage containing: </p><li>Pipeline, Multiuse, Underground</li><li>Pipeline, Natural Gas, Underground</li><li>Pipeline, Oil, Underground</li><li> Pipeline, Sewage or Waste, Aboveground</li><li>Pipeline, Unknown, Aboveground</li><li>Transmission Line, Power Other</li><li>Transmission Line, Power Submarine</li><li>Transmission Line, Telephone Other</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF Report, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTNatural Resources Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NTSPOWLN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_RESPLOT.xmlResearch Plot<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a research plot. A research plot is an area where biological research activities are undertaken.</p> <p>Supplementary tables (including a look-up table) can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_RESPLOT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PTNLDEXT.xmlPatent Land External<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of lands which have been sold by the Crown, which may include lands in title to other provincial or Federal government agencies or mining patents.</p>Fri, 20 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PTNLDEXT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WOODAREA.xmlWooded Area<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Wooded Area polygons represent the boundaries of woodlands (forests, woodlots, hedgerows, and plantations) in Southern Ontario.</p><p> The woodland dataset is one of numerous products derived through the implementation of the SOLRIS project. The methodology used in SOLRIS Phase 1 involves updating the NRVIS wooded area (WOODAREA concrete class) data through the interpretation of remotely sensed data including orthophotography, Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) and colour infrared aerial photography.</p> <p>Wooded Area polygons represent the boundaries of woody vegetation (including shrubs) mapped to Ontario Base Mapping standards in Northern Ontario (EcoRegion 5E) and a revised standard to capture more definitive 'treed areas' in Southern Ontario (EcoRegions 6E and 7E). Trees and shrubs in this layer have a minimum of 2 meter height.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 16 Jun 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WOODAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_POTTOUR.xmlPotential Tourism Area<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a potential tourism area, which is an area considered by the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) to have the potential for tourism development.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 8 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_POTTOUR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OPSREG.xmlOntario Public Service (OPS) Region<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify an administrative boundary dividing Ontario into four common upper-level regions based upon upper tier municipal boundaries managed by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH). The Ontario Public Service (OPS) has adopted these boundaries for administrative and functional purposes which will facilitate enterprise initiatives and enhance customer service. Ministries will realign their regional boundaries to these upper level boundaries over time, where and when feasible.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OPSREG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FIREWTHR.xmlFire Weather Sector<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a fire weather sector, which is an administrative area that represents a local climatic area and is issued by Aviation and Forest Fire Management (AFFM), Forest Fire Management Section for forest fire weather forecasting purposes.</p><p>North of the French River, weather sector boundaries closely correspond to the areas used by Environment Canada for public weather forecasting. South of the French River, OMNR combined 25 Environment Canada areas into 6 larger units (E13-18). Fire Weather Sectors are also identified by an official name tied to the sector's general geographical area. The boundaries for these areas can be verified by AFFM, Forest Fire Management Section.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FIREWTHR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TOUREST.xmlTourism Establishment Area<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify a Tourism Establishment Area, which is an area containing facilities and services for tourists. Different Tourism Establishment Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Commercial Campground</li><li>Commercial Parking Lot</li><li>Golf Course</li><li>Horse Riding Stable</li><li>Inn</li><li>Main Base Lodge, Not Remote</li><li>Main Base Lodge, Remote</li><li>Marina/Dock</li><li>Museum</li><li>Outpost, Not Remote</li><li>Outpost, Remote</li><li>Playground</li><li>Shooting Range</li><li>Ski Hill, Not Remote</li><li>Ski Hill, Remote</li><li>Store</li><li>Sugar Shack</li><li>Tree Tapping</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TOUREST.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPEOBSLT.xmlSpecies Observation, Locally Tracked<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify local observations of aquatic and terrestrial invasive species collected through the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources/Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters Invading Species Awareness Program. Observations of provincially tracked species are not captured in this class for sensitivity/security reasons.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPEOBSLT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SEEDZONE.xmlSeed Zone<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of Seed Zones, which were developed to ensure that the variation of climatic parameters (e.g. growing season length) within each zone corresponds with the adaptive variation exhibited by major commercial tree species in the province.</p><p>Seed zones were derived using the Ontario Climate Model, which helped to balance climatic variability and risk within each zone. The seed zones were then made operational by drawing boundaries to coincide with nearby geographic or administrative boundaries.</p><p>For more information, please refer to the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) policy directive FOR 06 02 01, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SEEDZONE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GreatLakesCoastalEnvs.xmlGreat Lakes Islands (International) - Grouped Coastal Environments<p>This data set can be used to identify Great Lakes grouped coastal environments in Ontario and the United States.</p><p>The Great Lakes Islands (International) - Grouped Coastal Environments feature is part of the Great Lakes Islands (International) series. The other feature is available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following title:</p><li>Great Lakes Islands (International) - Islands</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GreatLakesCoastalEnvs.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MONITSTA.xmlMonitoring Station<p>A Monitoring Station is a point feature showing the location of weather radar, climate, lightning, and hydrometric stations throughout the province. Monitoring stations provide data and information essential to supporting business critical operations such as Flood Forecasting and Warning, Ontario Low Water Response and Emergency Management programs.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MONITSTA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SEEDAREA.xmlSeed Area<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a stand of trees that are considered to be an important source of seed. The different seed area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Gene Pool Reserve</li><li>Seed Collection Area</li><li>Seed Production Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SEEDAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPEOCCPT.xmlSpecies Occurrence, Provincially Tracked<p>This dataset is an export of provincially tracked species element occurrences (EOs) from the Biotics database maintained by the Natural Heritage Information Centre. This layer contains species occurrences for over 1700 provincially tracked species, including species with provincial status commonly known as Species at Risk.</p><p>The Element Occurrence (EO) records that form the core of this dataset include: information on the location, status, characteristics, numbers, condition, and distribution of elements of biological diversity using established Natural Heritage Methodology developed by NatureServe and The Nature Conservancy (TNC). An Element Occurrence (EO) is an area of land and/or water in which a species or natural community is, or was, present. An EO should have practical conservation value for the Element as evidenced by potential continued (or historical) presence and/or regular recurrence at a given location.</p><p>For species Elements, the EO often corresponds with the local population, but when appropriate may be a portion of a population or a group of nearby populations (e.g., metapopulation). For community Elements, the EO may represent a stand or patch of a natural community, or a cluster of stands or patches of a natural community. Because they are defined on the basis of biological information, EOs may cross jurisdictional boundaries. An Element Occurrence record is a data management tool that has both spatial and tabular components including a mappable feature and its supporting database. EOs are typically represented by bounded, mapped areas of land and/or water or, at small scales, the centroid point of this area. EO records are most commonly created for current or historically known occurrences of natural communities or native species of conservation interest. They may also be created, in some cases, for extirpated occurrences.</p>Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPEOCCPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_MNDM_AFRI.xmlAssessment File Research Image (AFRI) Database<p>Assessment Files contain the historical and technical results from all mining and exploration work done in the province of Ontario. Data includes: details on location, property ownership, type of work done, commodities sought for each assessment file, and a link to the original PDF assessment.</p><p>Assessments are filed with the Ontario Government by companies that have staked claims and are required to perform exploration work in order to maintain the status of their claim. The reports of work are assessed, and then filed in hard copy form.</p><p>These hard copy Assessment Files have been captured digitally and now comprise the Assessment File Research Image Database (AFRI) which consists of more than 68,000 reports (1.5 million document pages and maps) filed by exploration companies since the 1940s. Reports contain airborne geophysical, ground geophysical, geological, geochemical, diamond drilling and trenching information. The Assessment Files have been captured in digital form as raster images of the paper assessment files, a tabular index and vectorized assessment area polygons.</p><p>The AFRI database provides quick and effective access through an Alphanumeric Index, allowing you to search the database by keywords, by map index, showing the exploration property outlines and a by a report reading window showing the actual report including pages and maps.</p>Mon, 10 Mar 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_MNDM/_AFRI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GreatLakesIslands.xmlGreat Lakes Islands (International) - Islands<p>This data set can be used to identify Great Lakes islands and island complexes in Ontario and the United States. Islands may be defined as natural, artificial, reefs and submerged rocks that are periodically exposed.</p><p>This data set includes islands from Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, St. Marys River, Lake Huron, Georgian Bay, St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, Detroit River, Lake Erie, Niagara River, Welland Canal, Lake Ontario, and the St. Lawrence River.</p><p>The Great Lakes Islands (International) - Islands feature is part of the Great Lakes Islands (International) series. The other feature is available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following title:</p><li>Great Lakes Islands (International) - Grouped Coastal Environments</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Mar 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GreatLakesIslands.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_2010_MOR.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Moraines feature displays areas of hummocky topography as well as areas mapped as moraines.</p><p>The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128. This new version now includes surficial geology information for the Bruce Peninsula and as well as NTS sheet 31D\9 covering the Burleigh Falls area. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. </p> <p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Moraines feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Point Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_2010/_MOR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_LINE.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation - Revised<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation feature captures oriented line information such as eskers and beaches. Please note that the line coverage is not complete for all of southern Ontario. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Revision note: The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_LINE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_2010_MISC.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Miscellaneous feature captures polygonal geology features not otherwise captured, for example areas of dunes (fdune) and areas containing ribbed moraines (frib).</p><p>The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128. This new version now includes surficial geology information for the Bruce Peninsula and as well as NTS sheet 31D\9 covering the Burleigh Falls area. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. </p> <p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Miscellaneous feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Point Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_2010/_MISC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_MOR.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines - Revised<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines feature displays areas of hummocky topography as well as areas mapped as moraines.</p><p>Revision note: The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_MOR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_2010_LINE.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Line Representation feature captures oriented line information such as eskers and beaches. Please note that the line coverage is not complete for all of southern Ontario. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128. This new version now includes surficial geology information for the Bruce Peninsula and as well as NTS sheet 31D\9 covering the Burleigh Falls area. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. </p> <p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Line Representation feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Point Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_2010/_LINE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_IH.xmlOntario Integrated Hydrology Data Package<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>The Ontario Integrated Hydrology Data Package is a collection of related elevation and mapped water features that are used in combination for generating watersheds and to support hydrology applications. The integrated hydrology data is complete for the entire province making it possible to create a watershed for any location in Ontario. There are four key datasets represented by this collection:</p> <p>1) a stream network (Enhanced Watercourse)</p><p>2) a hydrology-enforced DEM (Stream Enforced DEM)</p><p>3) a flow direction grid (Enhanced Flow Direction - EFDIR)</p><p>4) a raster representation of the stream network (StreamGrid)</p><p>There are also some useful reference datasets included to provide some context and information about these data sets.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_IH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_POLY.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation - Revised<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation feature captures surficial geology unit polygons, which classify the earth's surface by the surface or nearsurface geological material.</p><p>Revision note: the map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_POLY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_2010_POINT.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Point Representation feature captures oriented point information such as drumlins and striae, and unoriented point information such as kames and bedrock locations. Please note that the point coverage is not complete for all of southern Ontario. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128. This new version now includes surficial geology information for the Bruce Peninsula and as well as NTS sheet 31D\9 covering the Burleigh Falls area. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. </p> <p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Point Representation feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_2010/_POINT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_POINT.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation - Revised<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation feature captures oriented point information such as drumlins and striae, and unoriented point information such as kames and bedrock locations. Please note that the point coverage is not complete for all of southern Ontario. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p> <p>Revision note: the map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_POINT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_2010_POLY.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Polygon Representation feature captures surficial geology unit polygons, which classify the earth's surface by the surface or nearsurface geological material.</p><p>The map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128. This new version now includes surficial geology information for the Bruce Peninsula and as well as NTS sheet 31D\9 covering the Burleigh Falls area. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. </p> <p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Polygon Representation feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Miscellaneous</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario 2010 - Point Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_2010/_POLY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_IH_EWCRS.xmlOntario Integrated Hydrology Data: Enhanced Watercourse<p>The Enhanced Watercourse data set can be used to identify stream networks in Ontario.</p><p>This data set is part of the Ontario Integrated Hydrology Data Package. The Data Package is a collection of related elevation and mapped water features that are used in combination for generating watersheds and to support hydrology applications. There are four key datasets and reference data in the Data Package.</p> <p><strong>The Data Package can be obtained by searching for the Ontario Integrated Hydrology Data Package on the GeoPortal.</strong></p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_IH/_EWCRS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SGU_MISC.xmlSurficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous - Revised<p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous feature captures polygonal geology features not otherwise captured, for example areas of dunes (fdune) and areas containing ribbed moraines (frib).</p> <p>Revision note: the map has recently been revised and updated and replaces the map previously released on MRD 128.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario data set is a GIS based geological map that shows the distribution and characteristics of surficial units across Southern Ontario. It illustrates surficial deposit types, material types, geological features (e.g. drumlins, eskers) and general bedrock types and outcrops. The surficial geology of southern Ontario consists largely of varying types and thicknesses of deposits emplaced primarily during the Quaternary period. These surficial deposits overly a bedrock terrain consisting mainly of Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks that overlie older Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. </p><p>The data used in generating the map was derived from Quaternary maps, primarily at a scale of 1:50 000, completed by the OGS and Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) for most of southern Ontario over the past 40 years.</p><p>The Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Miscellaneous feature is part of the Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario series. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Moraines</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Line Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Point Representation</li><li>Surficial Geology of Southern Ontario - Polygon Representation</li><p>Supplementary data can be used and is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SGU/_MISC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LEDA.xmlSlope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area Data Package<p>The Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area Data Package is composed of digital reports and a map series with accompanying GIS data (.jpeg2000 and shapefile format).</p><p>The Slope Instability Studies were conducted in 1976 and 1983 and the accompanying maps and GIS data are based upon this information. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p>Tue, 25 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LEDA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GLCBB.xmlGreat Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Biodiversity<p>The Great Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Biodiversity is a partnership between the Nature Conservancy of Canada and the Ministry of Natural Resources (Natural Heritage Information Centre). The goal of the project was to identify a network of sites on the landscape that, if conserved, would sustain biodiversity in the Great Lakes region.</p><p>The Great Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Biodiversity is comprised of the following products:</p><li>Aquatic Coarse Filter Scoring Layers</li><li>Aquatic Conservation Blueprint</li><li>Aquatic Documentation Package</li><li>Aquatic Ecological Systems</li><li>Aquatic Total Scores Layer</li><li>Terrestrial Coarse Filter Scoring Layers</li><li>Terrestrial Conservation Blueprint - Southern Ontario and the Canadian Shield</li><li>Terrestrial Documentation Package</li><li>Terrestrial Ecological Systems</li><li>Terrestrial Total Scores Layers</li><p>For more information on each product, please see the metadata documents zip folder, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 24 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GLCBB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_EMHISEVT.xmlEmergency Management Historical Events<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of historical occurrences of emergency events. Events captured will include those assigned to the Ministry of Natural Resources by Order-In-Council (OIC) under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act as well as events where the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) provided requested emergency response assistance. Many of these events will have involved community evacuations, significant structural loss, and/or involvement of MNR emergency response staff.</p><p>These events fall into one of the following type categories:</p><li>Dam Failure</li><li>Drought or Low Water</li><li>Erosion</li><li>Flood</li><li>Forest Fire</li><li>Soil or Bedrock Instability</li><li>Continuity of Operations Event</li><li>Other Requested Assistance</li><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_EMHISEVT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PETDGSA.xmlDesignated Gas Storage Area<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of a designated gas storage area, which is a land area designated by an order issued by the Ontario Energy Board to be used for subsurface storage of natural gas in geological formations. Establishment of designated gas storage areas is regulated by the Ontario Energy Board and the drilling and operation of gas storage wells and associated works is regulated by the Petroleum Resources Centre of the Ministry of Natural Resources.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PETDGSA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TILEDRNA.xmlTile Drainage Area<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify the location of licensed agricultural tile drainage areas.</p> <p>Licensed agricultural tile drainage contractors create plans for numerous agricultural tile drainage systems and install thousands of feet of agricultural drainage tile each year. As a requirement of their license, each contractor must report to the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) the location of the area where they installed drainage tile.</p><p>Please note that this data was created using the sketches provided by contractors in their tile drainage reports. The sketches are rough estimates of the real world locations of these features. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TILEDRNA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LSPAWB.xmlLake Simcoe Protection Act Watershed Boundary<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the Lake Simcoe Protection Act Watershed Boundary (LSPAWB).</p><p>The Lake Simcoe Protection Act Watershed Boundary is owned by the Ontario Ministry of Environment (MOE), in cooperation with Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR), and was created to support the Lake Simcoe Protection Act. The boundary was first created by LSRCA in 2005 as part of a Source Water Protection boundary project using the LSRCA 2002 5-metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and the best available data at the time. The portions of the watershed where the boundary shared a border with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and the Nottawasga Valley Conservation Authority were manually reviewed and updated though a series of consultations between the agencies.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Environmenthttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LSPAWB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CARIBRNG.xmlCaribou Range Boundary<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify the location of a caribou range boundary, which provides a spatial reference towards an analytical frameworks within which caribou demographic performance and persistence is linked to the biophysical attributes of the land supporting caribou.</p>Thu, 13 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CARIBRNG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GeorgianBayShoreline.xmlShoreline Status along the Southern Georgian Bay Shoreline 2006-2008<p>The Shoreline Status along the Southern Georgian Bay Shoreline 2006-2008 data set contains information collected by the Southern Science & Information Section (SSIS) which documents the extent of shoreline alterations on the Southern Georgian Bay shoreline. Please note that this data set contains both vector and raster data.</p><p>The Steering and Technical Committees for the Southern Georgian Bay Coastal Initiative felt that it was important to have a synthesis of available background data on the types and extent of anthropogenic disturbances on this shoreline as a well as to understand the types and amount of remaining natural shoreline features. This synthesis will be used to engage other organizations and local communities to:</p><li>Work together to develop management recommendations which allow for sustainable development of the shoreline.</li><p> </p><li>Increase awareness, collaboration, and commitment to conserve and rehabilitate the Southern Georgian Bay coast.</li><p> </p><li>Identify problems, priorities, threats, strategies, and measures of successful conservation actions aimed at coastal protection and rehabilitation.</li><p> </p><li>Identify remaining natural shorelines that should be conserved because of their natural heritage values or because they represent the only remaining natural features in a particular area (e.g., wetlands, alvars, beaches).</li><p> </p><li>Identify remaining shorelines that could be managed to provide public benefits (e.g., sandy beaches, boat launches, picnic areas).</li>Mon, 10 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GeorgianBayShoreline.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MUNLOWER.xmlMunicipal Boundaries 1996 - Lower Tier Municipality<p>This data set can be used to identify a lower tier municipality, which is a municipality that forms part of an upper tier municipality for municipal purposes. Municipal responsibilities have been set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation are split between the upper tier and lower tier municipalities.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MUNLOWER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_DRAINCON.xmlDrain Connection<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify an artificial structure that allows water to move from one drainage feature to the next. This data set captures the location of drain connections that are part of drainage systems and describes the type of drain connection, construction, as well as the type of supplying or receiving feature. For example, a tile drainage area drains via a drain connection (i.e. a gravity outlet) into a constructed drain.</p><p>Please note that this data set may contain features that were constructed prior to 1983. Use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_DRAINCON.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CAMPREC.xmlCamp, Recreation<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify areas used for commercial tourist operations with a focus on outdoor activities other than hunting and fishing. The different recreation camps types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Recreation Camp</li><li>Youth Camp</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CAMPREC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CONSTDRN.xmlConstructed Drains<p>This data set can be used to identify constructed drains, which are watercourses in the form of ditches, natural watercourses that have been modified to improve drainage, or buried tile systems.</p><p>This data is for illustrative use only and is not to be used as a precise indicator of features. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CONSTDRN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LEDA_SlopeStabilityClassification.xmlSlope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area: Slope Stability Classification<p>The Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area: Slope Stability Classification data set consists of the following six classes based on computed factors of safety:</p> <li><strong>0.8</strong> unsuitable for construction or will require extreme remedial measures in order to safely use the site</li><li><strong>0.8 - 1.2</strong> will require extensive remedial measures</li><li><strong>1.2 - 1.5</strong> detailed geotechnical investigation necessary, with concomitant remedial works</li><li><strong>1.5 - 2.0</strong> routine geotechnical investigation necessary</li><li><strong>2.0 - 2.5</strong> routine inspection necessary to determine the need and extent of geotechnical investigation</li><li> <strong>> 2.5</strong> should be inspected but no remedial action likely to be required</li><p>Please note that this data set contains overlapping values and that this is only one representation of the data.</p><p>This data set is part of the The Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area Data Package. The Data Package is composed of digital reports and a map series with accompanying GIS data. These studies were conducted in 1976 and 1983 and the accompanying maps and GIS data are based upon this information. Please use caution when interpreting data and results. <strong>The Data Package can be obtained by searching for the Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area Data Package on the GeoPortal.</strong></p><p>Digital reports are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LEDA/_SlopeStabilityClassification.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MUNUPPER.xmlMunicipal Boundaries 1996 - Upper Tier Municipality<p>This data set can be used to identify an upper tier municipality, which is two or more lower tier municipalities that form for municipal purposes. Municipal responsibilities have been set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation are split between the upper tier and lower tier municipalities.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MUNUPPER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/LEDA197683jp2.xmlSlope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area: Map Series<p>The Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area: Map Series is composed of geo-referenced maps (.jpeg2000 format). Please note that this data set contains overlapping values and that this is only one representation of the data.</p><p>This data set is part of the The Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area Data Package. The Data Package is composed of digital reports and a map series with accompanying GIS data. These studies were conducted in 1976 and 1983 and the accompanying maps and GIS data are based upon this information. Please use caution when interpreting data and results. <strong>The Data Package can be obtained by searching for the Slope Instability Studies - Ottawa Area Data Package on the GeoPortal.</strong></p><p>The Slope Instability Studies' digital reports are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//LEDA197683jp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CAMPWORK.xmlCamp, Work<p>This data set is a point feature that can be used to identify designated locations used to house people and/or equipment for conducting field operations or commercial enterprises.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CAMPWORK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MUNIC2005.xmlMunicipal Boundaries 2005<p>This data set can be used to identify upper tier municipalities, single tier municipalities, and districts.</p><p>Upper tier municipalities are two or more lower tier municipalities that form for municipal purposes. Municipal responsibilities have been set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation are split between the upper tier and lower tier municipalities. </p><p>Single tier municipalities are municipalities that do not form part of an upper tier municipality for municipal purposes and assumes all responsibilities set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation. </p><p>Districts (or territorial districts) are geographic areas in northern Ontario, which are described in the Territorial Division Act, and are composed of municipalities, geographic townships, and unsurveyed territory.</p>Mon, 3 Feb 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MUNIC2005.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FHLM.xmlFloodplain Hazard Land Mapping - Ontario<p>This data set includes information from Canada's Flood Damage Reduction Program (FDRP). In addition to FDRP features, this data set also includes some First Nations floodplain mapping. It does not include any Conservation Authority floodplain mapping.</p><p>Floodplain Hazard Land Mapping - Ontario contains both raster and vector data. The raster data is a collection of geo-referenced maps, and the vector data is floodplain information digitized from the hard copy maps.</p><p>Please note that this data set has not been updated since 1991. Also, the raster data contains varying high and low values. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p><strong>To obtain the raster data, please download Parts 1- 4. To obtain the vector data, please download Part 5. </strong></p>Fri, 31 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FHLM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ARAPOLY.xmlAquatic Resource Area Summary Polygon (Spatial View)<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to describe the physical characteristics and fish species of lakes, rivers, or streams. This data set can also be used to link to more detailed external fish survey information for that waterbody.</p><p>Aquatic Resource Area (ARA) Polygon (and ARA Line) spatially represent ARA Summary via a unique ID. Since spatial information does not exist for ARA Summary, edits can only be made to attribute information. The ARA Line and ARA Summary data classes can be downloaded from the Portal via the following records:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary Line (Spatial View)</li><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary</li><p>The information in ARA Summary is based on a combination of many sources, including ARA Survey Point information. A body of water should have one record containing ARA summary information and may have zero to many ARA Survey Point data locations, the data of which may have been rolled up into the ARA Summary information. The ARA Summary and Survey Point layers are linked through use of the 'ARA Identifier' attribute. The ARA Survey Point data class can be downloaded from the Portal via the following record:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Survey Point</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ARAPOLY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_HPLANRNG.xmlHabitat Planning Range<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area for which habitat criteria, climatological information, and species occurrence information combine to make it an exemplary habitat for a particular species.</p><p>Please note that this data set contains overlapping polygon features.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_HPLANRNG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ARASUMRY.xmlAquatic Resource Area Summary<p>This data set can be used to describe the physical characteristics and fish species of lakes, rivers, or streams. This data set also links to more detailed external fish survey information for that waterbody. The attribute information for Aquatic Resource Area (ARA) Summary is contained in a consolidation class that does not have its own geographic representation.</p><p> Instead, ARA Summary is represented spatially by existing classes, the Aquatic Resource Area Summary Polygon and Aquatic Resource Area Summary Line data classes, via a unique ID. These data classes are included in the zip package for ARA Summary or are alternatively available for download from the Portal via the following records:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary Line (Spatial View)</li><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary Polygon (Spatial View)</li><p>Since, spatial information does not exist for ARA Summary, edits can only be made to attribute information. The information in ARA Summary is based on a combination of many sources, including ARA Survey Point information. A body of water should have one record containing ARA Summary information. The ARA summary and survey layers are linked through the use of the 'ARA Identifier' attribute. The ARA Survey Point data class is included in the zip package for ARA Summary or can alternatively be downloaded from the Portal via the following record:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Survey Point</li>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ARASUMRY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BUILDSCA.xmlBuilding to Scale<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify the location of landmarks (buildings and structures) that are permanent in nature. Buildings to scale must have one side larger than 50 meters for 1:20,000 scale data or one side larger than 30 meters for 1:10,000 data.</p><p>Please note that this data was collected with varying aerial photography dates and scales. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BUILDSCA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_MOE_PTTW.xmlPermit To Take Water<p>The Permit to Take Water Database contains information collected from the Ministry of Environment's Permit to Take Water Program. Under this program the Ministry issues permits for water takings that exceed 50,000 Litres a day in accordance with the Ontario Water Resource Act.</p> <p>Companies or organizations who take over 50,000 litres of water/day from a lake, river, stream or groundwater source, must obtain a Permit to Take Water from the Ministry of the Environment –with a few exceptions. Permit holders are legally required to record how much water they take each day.</p> <p>Data includes: <ul> <li>purpose</li> <li>location</li> <li>water source (e.g., ground or surface)</li> <li>maximum amount allowed per day</li> <li>permit number</li> <li>expiry date of the permit</li></ul></p> <p>Please note that this data set contains an outlier. Use caution when interpreting data and results.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Environmenthttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_MOE/_PTTW.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BUILDSYM.xmlBuilding as Symbol<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of landmarks (buildings and structures) that are permanent in nature. Symbolized buildings have no side larger than 50 meters for 1:20,000 data or no side larger than 30 meters for 1:10,000 data.</p><p>Please note that this data was collected with varying aerial photography dates and scales. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BUILDSYM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ARALINE.xmlAquatic Resource Area Summary Line (Spatial View)<p>This data set is a polyline feature that can be used to describe the physical characteristics and fish species of lakes, rivers, or streams. This data set can also be used to link to more detailed external fish survey information for that waterbody.</p><p>Aquatic Resource Area (ARA) Line (and ARA Polygon) spatially represent ARA Summary via a unique ID. Since spatial information does not exist for ARA Summary, edits can only be made to attribute information. The ARA Polygon and ARA Summary data classes can be downloaded from the Portal via the following records:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary Polygon (Spatial View)</li><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary</li><p>The information in ARA Summary is based on a combination of many sources, including ARA Survey Point information. A body of water should have one record containing ARA Summary information and may have zero to many ARA Survey Point data locations, the data of which may have been rolled up into the ARA Summary information. The ARA Summary and Survey Point layers are linked through use of the 'ARA Identifier' attribute. The ARA Survey Point data class can be downloaded from the Portal via the following record:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Survey Point</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ARALINE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ARASURPT.xmlAquatic Resource Area Survey Point<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to indentify the physical characteristics and fish species that pertain to one survey location on a waterbody (lake, river, or stream). Each survey is characterized by a single point location with associated attributes, and may be representative of a portion of a water body or an entire waterbody (lake, river, or stream).</p><p>The information in Aquatic Resource Area (ARA) Survey Point is used to update the ARA Summary layer. Every ARA Survey Point must be associated with an ARA Summary record. The ARA Summary and ARA Survey Point layers are linked through the use of the 'ARA Identifier' attribute. ARA Summary is available for download from the Portal via the following record:</p><li>Aquatic Resource Area Summary</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ARASURPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AGREEFOR.xmlAgreement Forest Area<p>An Agreement Forest Area is a polygon feature that identifies an area of forested private land governed by a Forest Management Agreement. Private companies have agreed, through negotiated agreements with the Ministry, to carry out planning and all operational timber management, except protection operations (that is, insect and disease pest control).</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 13 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AGREEFOR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BEARMGMT.xmlBear Management Area<p>This data set can be used to identify a Bear Management Area, which is an area of Crown land licenced annually to a tourist operator for providing bear hunting services to non-resident clients.</p><p>Some BMAs can completely surround private or patent land. Bear hunting services can occur on these lands provided the licenced tourist operator allocated the BMA has obtained permission of the land owner to provide bear hunting services on the property.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 13 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BEARMGMT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AIRPORT.xmlAirport - Replaced<p>This data set can be used to identify tracts of land maintained for the landing of aircraft and for the receiving and/or discharging of passengers and cargo. For this data set, the different Airport types include:</p><li>Heliport</li><li>Runway</li><li>Seaplane Base</li><p>Retirement note: The data layer has been replaced. Airport data is available from "Airport - Official" and "Airport - Other".</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 13 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AIRPORT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PROVRID.xmlProvincial Riding Archive May 2004<p>This data set can be used to identify a Provincial Riding, which is a polygon feature that identifies the locations and extents of provincial political ridings in Ontario.</p><p>Please note that the data was loaded into the LIO warehouse in 1998, however, it is unknown what the currency of the data is. Please use caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 13 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PROVRID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BAITHARV.xmlBait Harvest Area<p>This data set can be used to identify the extent of Bait Harvest Areas throughout the province. The bait resource in much of the province is allocated to harvesters through the use of a block system with block sizes generally much larger in the north than in the south. The block system may be allocated to multiple users fishing the same area. This data set includes the following bait harvest areas:</p><li> Baitfish Harvest Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 13 Jan 2014 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BAITHARV.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WMU.xmlWildlife Management Units - Legal Map Copies July 2006<p>This data set contains digital copies of the Wildlife Management Unit maps from the Surveyor General's Office, that are referred to in regulation.</p><p>A Wildlife Management Unit Legal (WMU) is an administrative coverage that identifies a geographic area (i.e. numbered divisions of the Province of Ontario), which serves as a permanent land base for wildlife research and management. These units have been developed in Ontario based on the environmental requirements of principal wildlife species, ecosystems, and consideration of suitability of boundaries to traditional and future users, landowners, municipalities and other jurisdictions. Boundaries are generally described by rivers, lakes, roads, and other features easily recognized on the ground. A few exceptions occur where less visible criteria (for example, township/district boundaries) have been used in the absence of suitable physical features.</p>Wed, 11 Dec 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WMU.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WaterpowerPolicyAreasON.xmlWaterpower Policy Areas<p>This data set is a shapefile that illustrates the Waterpower Policy Areas as identified in the Waterpower Site Release policy.</p>Wed, 11 Dec 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WaterpowerPolicyAreasON.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GELNAME.xmlGeographic Named Extent<p>This data set can be used to identify the extents/ boundaries of geographic features and unincorporated places that have been officially named or which are being considered for official naming. This data set also contains geographical referencing information (type of feature or place, location coordinates, geographic township, municipal and map references) about these features and places and background information behind their official naming (name status, naming date, name origin, naming history, etc).</p><p>Please note that all Geographic Name Extents have yet to be defined and that alignment of the Geographic Name Extent layer with other hydrographic layers is on going.</p><p>Supplementary tables (including a look-up table) can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 22 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GELNAME.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AQUAFEED.xmlAquatic Feeding Area<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify a species-specific area that contains aquatic vegetation on which the species feeds. Different Aquatic Feeding Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Moose Aquatic Feeding Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 22 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AQUAFEED.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNSTPT.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of a structure used to support or protect a track. Note: Features in this layer should not be duplicated in the ORWN Structure Line layer.</p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNSTPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UTILLINE.xmlUtility Line<p>This data set can be used to identify the location of linear utility features for providing services for power, water, communications, or heating fuel. Examples of utility lines include: <li>Communication Line</li><li>Hydro Line</li><li>Natural Gas Pipeline</li><li>Water Pipeline</li><li>Submerged Natural Gas Pipeline</li><li>Unknown Pipeline</li><li>Unknown Transmission Line</li><li>Submerged Hydro Line</li><li>Submerged Communication Line</li><li>Submerged Water Pipeline</li></p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UTILLINE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNSTN.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station<p>This data set is a point feature that can be used to display the location identified by a station name sign and designated by that name in a time table (schedule listing the time at which certain events, such as arrivals and departures at a station are expected to take place). Note: A station or a stop does not necessarily have to be a building.</p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNSTN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNTRK.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track<p>This data set can be used to identify a track, which provides a guide for the movement of trains and other equipment. In general, one linear features represents the two rails of a track. A track is bounded by two junction points and is segmented at each change in attributes along its course.</p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNTRK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNSTLN.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line<p>This data can be used to identify a linear (line) representation of a structure used to support or protect a track. Note: Features in this layer should not be duplicated in the ORWN Structure Point layer.</p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNSTLN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AQAREAIM.xmlAquaculture Area of Impact<p>This data set can be used to identify aquaculture areas of impact, which include smaller areas of sensitivity (a standard radius around water intake points) and larger areas of concern (determined by land, soil, and water characteristics of the surrounding area).</p><p>Currently, not all of the areas of sensitivity for the MNR fish culture stations have been determined. It is hoped that in the near future the areas of concern will be established for the MNR facilities and that further down the road Areas of Impact will be determined for all partner and private facilities.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AQAREAIM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1MWATAR.xmlWater Area at 1 Million<p>This data set is a Digital GIS Layer illustrating lakes and rivers within Ontario at a scale of 1:1,000,000.</p><p>Please note that this data set is dated and has not been maintained since 1983. It is not intended for high accuracy geo-referencing but rather for approximate locations of features and general information.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1MWATAR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_RESTAREA.xmlResting Area<p>This data set can be used to identify the location of a resting area, which is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a certain species is known to habitually sleep or rest.</p><p> Different Resting Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Osprey Resting Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_RESTAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNJUNC.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction<p>This data set can be used to identify the virtual connector point feature of the National Railway Network (NRWN). A junction may be located at the intersection of three or more sets of tracks; at the track end; at the transition of a national, provincial, or territorial boundary; and at the beginning and end of a track subdivision.</p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNJUNC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UTILSITE.xmlUtility Site<p>This data set can be used to identify the location of point utility features for providing services for power, water, communications, or heating fuel. Examples of utility sites include: <li>Fibre Optic Station</li><li>Hydro Station</li><li>Lock</li><li>Pumping Station</li></p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UTILSITE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNCROS.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location along the rail network where a track crosses another network. It identifies the location and type of crossing that traverses either on, above or below a track. A crossing includes any structure supporting that part of the track or facilitating the crossing. Crossings are often equipped with public warning signs and audio/visual signalling safeguards to control and protect vehicular and pedestrian traffic. </p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNCROS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BREEDARE.xmlBreeding Area<p>This data set is a a polygon feature that can be used to identify the site where a species habitually breeds. Different Breeding Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Grouse Leking Area</li><li>Moose Rutting Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BREEDARE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORWNMKPO.xmlOntario Railway Network (ORWN) - Marker Post<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of a sign indicating the distance along the rail network. For example, signs are often posted at intervals along a railway subdivision indicating the distance from its point of origin in miles or kilometres.</p><p>This layer is part of the Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) suite of 7 Data Classes that have been adapted from Natural Resources Canada GEOBASE National Railway Network (NRWN) standards. The other features are available on the GeoPortal and can be located by searching the following titles:</p><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Crossing</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Junction</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Station</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Line</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Structure Point</li><li>Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) - Track</li><p>Please refer to the ORWN User Guide for additional information about the use and context of information stored in this layer.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORWNMKPO.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1MWATLN.xmlWater Line at 1 Million<p>This data set is a Digital GIS Layer illustrating rivers, shorelines and virtual shorelines within Ontario at a scale of 1:1,000,000.</p><p>Please note that this data set is dated and has not been maintained since 1983. It is not intended for high accuracy geo-referencing but rather for approximate locations of features and general information.</p>Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1MWATLN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_6KROAD.xmlRoad at 600K<p>This data set is a line feature that can be used to identify transportation features at the 1:600,000 scale, including:</p><li>Accessway - Unspecified - Centreline</li><li>Road - Centreline</li><li>Trail</li><p>Please note that this data set has not been updated since 1995 and is to be used with caution when interpreting data and results. </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_6KROAD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORMLUSE.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Land Use Designations<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>This data set contains land use designations for the Oak Ridges Moraine. These data were digitized at 1:10,000 or better using 0.5 metre airphotos, MNR, DMTI, Upper and Lower-tier Official Plans and digital vector layers. Built using MNR data as base. </p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORMLUSE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1MMUNIPL.xmlMunicipal at 1 Million<p>This data set can be used to identify municipalities within Ontario at a scale of 1:1,000,000.</p><p>Please note that this data set is dated and has not been maintained since 1983. It is not intended for high accuracy geo-referencing but rather for approximate locations of features and general information.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1MMUNIPL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PROVINCE.xmlProvince<p>This data set can be used to identify the extent of the province of Ontario for mapping purposes.</p><p>Please note that this data set's accuracy is not guaranteed and is to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PROVINCE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CROWNGME.xmlCrown Game Preserves<p>This data set is can be used to identify Crown Game Preserves, which are polygon features that were established to prohibit or regulate the hunting and trapping of wildlife in specific areas in order to restore local populations.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CROWNGME.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORMPLANA.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Planning Area<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>This dataset contains a single polygon with 2600 points, representing the boundary of the Oak Ridges Moraine - Ontario Regulation 01/02.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORMPLANA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1MROADSG.xmlRoad Segment at 1 Million<p>This data set can be used to identify roads within Ontario at a scale of 1:1,000,000.</p><p>Please note that this data set is dated and has not been maintained since 1983. It is not intended for high accuracy geo-referencing but rather for approximate locations of features and general information.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1MROADSG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1MCOUNTY.xmlCounty at 1 Million<p>This data set can be used to identify counties within Ontario at a scale of 1:1,000,000.</p><p>Please note that this data set is dated and has not been maintained since 1983. It is not intended for high accuracy geo-referencing but rather for approximate locations of features and general information.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1MCOUNTY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LNDCONS.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Landform Conservation Area<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>This dataset contains landform conservation areas, which represent areas of significant landform features, such as:</p><li>steep slopes</li><li>kames</li><li>kettles</li><li>ravines</li><li>ridges</li><p>This data set identifies Category 1 and Category 2 landform conservation areas as defined in the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan, which can be downloaded from the additional documentation section.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LNDCONS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GEOTWPIM.xmlGeographic Township Improved<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of townships in the province of Ontario. A township is a fundamental land subdivision in the original survey fabric of the province as completed by the Crown. A polygon feature that identifies a surveyed area that may or may not comprise of lots and concessions.</p><p>The spatial accuracy for some of the township fabric from the NRVIS and the LIO warehouse was improved through the Ontario Parcel, Township Realignment and Township Improvement projects. Improvements to the fabric may include:</p><li>road allowance widths</li><li>spatial changes to better represent where the township boundaries are located</li><li>more consistent concession names</li><p>Materials used to improve the location of township lines may include:</p><li>Township Improvement plots</li><li>survey information (i.e. retracements)</li><li>original township plans</li><li>surveys notes, etc.</li><li>NRVIS physical features such as fencelines, and water bodies</li><li>GPS Ontario Road Network geometry</li><p>Other township improvement materials were also used to improve the lot fabric in some townships. Please note: not all townships have been improved.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GEOTWPIM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_1MPROVNC.xmlProvince at 1 Million<p>This data set can be used to identify the province of Ontario at a scale of 1:1,000,000.</p><p>Please note that this data set is dated and has not been maintained since 1983. It is not intended for high accuracy geo-referencing but rather for approximate locations of features and general information.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_1MPROVNC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LUPLMNR.xmlLand Use Plan Area, MNR<p>This data set identifies where particular Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) land use planning initiatives have effect that have been approved or are established for a significant geographic area. MNR land use planning initiatives include:</p><li>Far North Plan Area</li><li>Ontario's Living Legacy (OLL) Land Use Strategy Area</li><li>Temagami Land Use Plan Area</li><li> Madawaska Highlands Land Use Plan Area</li><li>Niagara Escarpment Plan Area</li><li>Cochrane District Remote Wilderness Tourism Strategy Area</li>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LUPLMNR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MUNPARK.xmlMunicipal Park<p>This data set is can be used to identify municipal parks, which are polygon features describing municipal public lands set aside by municipalities to provide a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities or to protect significant natural or cultural environments.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 4 Nov 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MUNPARK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TRAILSEG.xmlTrail Segment<p>This data set can be used to identify a trail segment, which is a line feature that defines a linear corridor through the natural or urban environment, for one or more of the following recreational purposes: hiking, backpacking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, or snowmobiling, or for access to campgrounds. These corridors may be long single segments or form a looping system. One Trail Segment is distinguished from another trail segment within the same trail by having different features or rankings.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TRAILSEG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TRAVCWLD.xmlTravel Corridor, Wildlife<p>This data set can be used to identify a wildlife travel corridor, which is a polygon feature that identifies a route used by a wildlife species for migration.</p><p>Different wildlife corridor types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Caribou Travel Corridor</li><li>Elk Travel Corridor</li><li>Moose Migration Corridor</li><li>Waterfowl Migration Corridor</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TRAVCWLD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SIGECOL.xmlSignificant Ecological Area<p>This data set can be used to identify a significant ecological area, which is a polygon features that identifies an area of interest to the Ministry that is ecologically significant, and warrants special consideration, excluding ANSI's, parks, reserves, or ESA's. Different significant ecological area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Significant Valley</li><li>Significant Woodland</li><li>No-Cut Area</li><li>Designated Old Growth Forest</li><li>Old Growth Forest</li><li>Significant Ecological Community</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SIGECOL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AGGINSPJ.xmlAggregate Inspector Jurisdiction<p>This data set can be used to identify the administrative boundaries of the aggregate inspectors in Ontario. Each aggregates inspector has a different area of responsibility. In the south, many inspectors use the geographic township boundaries to decide what their area is, usually based upon number of Licenses and Permits in the area and geographic size in which they have to cover. The areas are usually negotiated between neighboring inspectors, and their districts, and are subject to change periodically. In the North, generally the areas are the MNR districts.</p><p>In addition there is now an associated table that tracks all the relevant information about each Aggregate Inspector, such as what District Office they work out of, their mailing address, phone and fax number.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AGGINSPJ.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CHRS.xmlCanadian Heritage River System<p>This data set can be used to identify an area set aside for the recognition, conservation, and management of a river or section of a river with outstanding natural heritage, cultural, and recreational values (example: the French River). These rivers are recognized in the Canadian Heritage River System (CHRS), a cooperative program which includes the Government of Canada, ten provinces, and three territories.</p><p>There are five rivers within provincial parks for which the entire park is chosen as the location. There are four rivers for which the entire watershed is chosen as the location. There are two rivers for which a portion is chosen as the location.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CHRS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TRANSLIN.xmlTransport Line<p>This data set can be used to identify linear transport features, which include:</p><li>Aerial Cable Ways</li><li>Railway Bridge</li><li>Roadway Bridge</li><li>Railway and Road Bridge</li><li>Pedestrian/Cycle Bridge</li><li>Railway Culvert</li><li>Roadway Culvert</li><li>Parking Lot Limits</li><li>Road Edge</li><li>Railway Tunnel</li><li>Roadway Tunnel</li><li>Road Under Construction Edge</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TRANSLIN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WILDRICE.xmlWild Rice Stand<p>This data set can be used to identify a wild rice stand, which is a polygon feature that identifies an area where wild rice grows.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WILDRICE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MINDEP.xmlMineral Deposit Inventory (2010 version)<p>The Mineral Deposit Inventory 2010 is a digital geoscience database that provides an overview of mineral occurrences within the province of Ontario. The database contains information on metallic and industrial mineral deposits, as well as some building stone and aggregate sites. This deposit information can be used as source data for geographic information systems and earth science analysis for research and mineral exploration.</p> <p>The Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry is releasing an updated version of the Mineral Deposit Inventory (MDI). This database is an inventory of mineral deposits in the province of Ontario and supersedes previous MDI releases, including this one for 2010. Originally compiled in the early 1970s by the Resident Geologist Program (RGP), the database is continually being reviewed and updated by RGP staff. There are approximately 950 new records and 2000 updated records.</p> <p>Each MDI record provides all or some of the following information: deposit name(s), location, status (e.g., occurrence, prospect, producer, past producer), commodities, character/classification, geological structure, lithology, minerals and mineral alteration, geochemistry, exploration history, and production and reserve data where available. Also included are notes on deposit visits and references to additional publications related to the deposit.</p> <p>MDI data are provided in 2 formats in this release: 1) a relational database, and 2) MDI provincial coverage in a geospatial GIS format. </p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MINDEP.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AGGDESAR.xmlAggregate Designated Area<p>This data set can be used to identify areas that are designated under the Aggregate Resources Act of Ontario. Designated area determines what rules have to be followed for a pit and/or quarry. It also determines together with private and Crown land, if an Aggregate Permit or an Aggregate License is required. In the act the area is described in lower tier townships, upper tier townships, single tier townships and geographical townships, depending upon what was available at the time of designation.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AGGDESAR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MINLICK.xmlMineral Lick<p>This data set can be used to identify a mineral lick, which is an area of mud pools or puddles, fed by slow seeping springs, and used by wildlife. Mineral licks occur in areas of both sedimentary and volcanic bedrock. They occur rarely in granitic bedrock except where overlain by calcareous glacial till. Well established mineral licks typically appear as open muddy areas and are usually characterised by well worn trails radiating from them.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MINLICK.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CALVFAWN.xmlCalving Fawning Site<p>This data set can be used to identify a calving fawning site, which is a polygon feature that identifies an area to which a particular species habitually migrates to give birth. </p><p>Different Calving Fawning Site types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Caribou Calving Site</li><li>Deer Fawning Site</li><li>Elk Calving Site</li><li>Moose Calving Site</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CALVFAWN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TRANSPNT.xmlTransport Point<p>This data set can be used to identify transport point features, which include:</p><li>Culvert Railway Symbolized</li><li>Culvert Roadway Symbolized</li><li>Turntable Railway</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TRANSPNT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TRAVCFSH.xmlTravel Corridor, Fish<p>This data set can be used to identify a fish travel corridor, which is a polygon feature that identifies a route used by a fish species for migration.</p><p>Information on fish migration routes is important for planning development and reviewing work permits. Any structures placed in the migration route, or work in the area would need to be planned specifically to allow fish migration.</p><p>Migration routes are usually parts of streams or rivers, but could include pathways that connect wetlands to lakes or rivers, or pathways within or between lake basins that fish use seasonally as a migration route to carry out a component of their life cycle. </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TRAVCFSH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TLUA.xmlTraditional Land Use Area<p>This data set can be used to identify a tradition land use area, which is a polygon feature that identifies an area commonly used for both current and past human activities that are deemed worthy of special consideration. These areas are not officially recognized, but may be located on the basis of local common knowledge. Different traditional land use area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Bear Baiting Stations</li><li>Berry Picking Area</li><li>Birdwatching Site</li><li>Lookout</li><li>Lookout, Potential</li><li>Semi-Permanent Structure</li><li>Traditional Fishing Area</li><li>Traditional Hunting Grounds</li><li>Viewpoint, Potential</li><li> Viewscape</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TLUA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MINEDIV.xmlOntario Mining Division Boundaries<p>This data set is a polygon coverage that can be used to identify the location of mining division boundaries, which were set up to outline the geographic area that a Mining Recorder would be responsible for. Mining Recorders administer the staking and filing of Mining Claims within Ontario. The number of divisions has varied over the years. There are currently 9 divisions. Up until the 90s there were Mining Recorder's offices in most or all of the 9 divisions. This changed in 1997 when the Provincial Recording Office opened in Sudbury and the offices in the other 8 divisions were closed.</p><p>The Provincial Recording Office currently has 3 Provincial Mining Recorders, each one is assigned three divisions. This is mainly just for administrative purposes to allow each of the 3 teams to be responsible for any assigned work within their Divisions. A Provincial Mining Recorder can make decisions affecting mining claims/lands anywhere in the province.</p><p>There are currently 9 divisions:</p><li>Red Lake</li><li>Kenora</li><li>Patricia (Sioux Lookout)</li><li>Thunder Bay</li><li>Sault Ste Marie</li><li>Porcupine</li><li>Larder Lake</li><li>Sudbury</li><li>Southern OntarioMon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MINEDIV.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CADASLOC.xmlCadastral Location<p>This data set can be used to identify a parcel of land whose surveyed boundaries were laid out during the late nineteenth century by the Crown prior to sale to groups or individuals. Often these parcels were surveyed before township surveys in their area. They may also be supplemental to township surveys (as is the case with some Cadastral Islands). Sometimes these parcels were laid out after a township survey was done, so some may be part of a geographic township.</p><p> Cadastral location includes the following:</p><li>GTP Block - Timber block used by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway for feeding steam engines, building bridges, and for supplying railway ties.</li><li>Mining Location - A parcel of land whose surveyed boundaries were laid out during the late nineteenth century for the Crown sale of land for mining purposes to groups or individuals.</li><li>Cadastral Island - Island delineated on survey plans. It may or may not be part of a geographic township.</li><li>Other Location - A parcel of land whose surveyed boundaries were laid out during the late nineteenth century for the Crown sale of land for various agricultural or farming purposes to groups or individuals. Locations are mainly found in Northern Ontario and also exist in unsurveyed territory.</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CADASLOC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_TREEIMPR.xmlTree Improvement Area<p>This data set can be used to identify a tree improvement area, which is a polygon feature that identifies an area designated for the study and improvement of tree species.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 21 Oct 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_TREEIMPR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K_Dikes.xmlBedrock Geology of Ontario, Dike Swarm - 1: 250 000<p>This data set can be used to identify dikes, which are tabular bodies of igneous rock which have intruded pre-existing geological units near the Earth's surface. Dikes are therefore long linear bodies of igneous rock that can extend laterally for hundreds of kilometers with a width of perhaps a few hundred meters. Dikes normally occur, not as single dikes, but rather as several parallel dikes forming a dike swarm all of the same material which intruded at roughly the same time. The most common dike swarms in the Precambrian of Ontario are diabase dike swarms extending up to 3000 km in length which can form up to 30% of the Earth's crust at the center of the swarm.</p><p>This data set is part of the Bedrock Geology Data Set, which is a Geological map of the Province and shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario. It illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite intrusions, and dike swarms. The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield. Based on differences in age, metamorphism and tectonic setting, the Precambrian rocks are subdivided into the Superior, Southern and Grenville provinces. The Phanerozoic rocks occur in four basins. Major faults and shear zones are also included. The legend is subdivided geochronologically in the Phanerozoic, but geochronometrically in the Proterozoic and Archean. The Archean rocks of the Superior Province are subdivided into lithologic units. Supracrustal units of the Southern Province and the Phanerozoic Eon are subdivided lithostratigraphically. The Grenville Province is subdivided into major tectonic blocks and within each block the legend is mainly lithologic, with only part of the supracrustal rock record subdivided into lithostratigraphic units. The dataset is an overview of this geology on a Provincial Compilation scale of 1:250 000 and it illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite and dike swarms.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K/_Dikes.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K_Geopoly.xmlBedrock Geology of Ontario, Bedrock Area - 1: 250 000<p>This data set provides a geological classification of the province which shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario and also illustrates geological rock types.</p><p>This data set is part of the Bedrock Geology Data Set, which is a Geological map of the Province and shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario. It illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite intrusions, and dike swarms. The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield. Based on differences in age, metamorphism and tectonic setting, the Precambrian rocks are subdivided into the Superior, Southern and Grenville provinces. The Phanerozoic rocks occur in four basins. Major faults and shear zones are also included. The legend is subdivided geochronologically in the Phanerozoic, but geochronometrically in the Proterozoic and Archean. The Archean rocks of the Superior Province are subdivided into lithologic units. Supracrustal units of the Southern Province and the Phanerozoic Eon are subdivided lithostratigraphically. The Grenville Province is subdivided into major tectonic blocks and within each block the legend is mainly lithologic, with only part of the supracrustal rock record subdivided into lithostratigraphic units. The dataset is an overview of this geology on a Provincial Compilation scale of 1:250 000 and it illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite and dike swarms.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K/_Geopoly.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BEAVRDAM.xmlBeaver Dam<p>This data set can be used to identify beaver dams, which are the linear features constructed by beavers. A beaver dam is a layered construction, consisting of sticks, mud, and stones.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BEAVRDAM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K_Kimberlite.xmlBedrock Geology of Ontario, Kimberlite and Lamprophyre - 1: 250 000<p>This data set can be used to identify kimberlite and lamprophyre, which are intrusive rocks with high contents of magnesium, iron and alkali elements. Commonly porphyritic with pehenocrysts of olivine, phlogopite and garnet. Generally has a brecciated or fragmental texture. Kimberlites can contain diamonds in rare cases. Lamprophyres are broadly similar in chemistry but do not generally contain diamonds. Both rock types form dikes and small intrusions generally of Mesozoic age in Ontario.</p><p>This data set is part of the Bedrock Geology Data Set, which is a Geological map of the Province and shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario. It illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite intrusions, and dike swarms. The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield. Based on differences in age, metamorphism and tectonic setting, the Precambrian rocks are subdivided into the Superior, Southern and Grenville provinces. The Phanerozoic rocks occur in four basins. Major faults and shear zones are also included. The legend is subdivided geochronologically in the Phanerozoic, but geochronometrically in the Proterozoic and Archean. The Archean rocks of the Superior Province are subdivided into lithologic units. Supracrustal units of the Southern Province and the Phanerozoic Eon are subdivided lithostratigraphically. The Grenville Province is subdivided into major tectonic blocks and within each block the legend is mainly lithologic, with only part of the supracrustal rock record subdivided into lithostratigraphic units. The dataset is an overview of this geology on a Provincial Compilation scale of 1:250 000 and it illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite and dike swarms.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K/_Kimberlite.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K_Geolines.xmlBedrock Geology of Ontario, Fault - 1: 250 000<p>This data set can be used to identify faults, which are a surface along which movement of a body of rock has occurred. Faults are marked by ground up rock and alternation brought about by fluids circulating along the fault.</p><p>This data set is part of the Bedrock Geology Data Set, which is a Geological map of the Province and shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario. It illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite intrusions, and dike swarms. The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield. Based on differences in age, metamorphism and tectonic setting, the Precambrian rocks are subdivided into the Superior, Southern and Grenville provinces. The Phanerozoic rocks occur in four basins. Major faults and shear zones are also included. The legend is subdivided geochronologically in the Phanerozoic, but geochronometrically in the Proterozoic and Archean. The Archean rocks of the Superior Province are subdivided into lithologic units. Supracrustal units of the Southern Province and the Phanerozoic Eon are subdivided lithostratigraphically. The Grenville Province is subdivided into major tectonic blocks and within each block the legend is mainly lithologic, with only part of the supracrustal rock record subdivided into lithostratigraphic units. The dataset is an overview of this geology on a Provincial Compilation scale of 1:250 000 and it illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite and dike swarms.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K/_Geolines.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K_IronFormation.xmlBedrock Geology of Ontario, Iron Formation - 1: 250 000<p>This data set can be used to identify an iron formation, which is a sedimentary rock of Precambrian age consisting of beds of quartz or carbonate alternating with iron rich beds consisting of iron-rich minerals such as magnetite, pyrite, iron carbonate or iron silicates.</p><p>This data set is part of the Bedrock Geology Data Set, which is a Geological map of the Province and shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario. It illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite intrusions, and dike swarms. The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield. Based on differences in age, metamorphism and tectonic setting, the Precambrian rocks are subdivided into the Superior, Southern and Grenville provinces. The Phanerozoic rocks occur in four basins. Major faults and shear zones are also included. The legend is subdivided geochronologically in the Phanerozoic, but geochronometrically in the Proterozoic and Archean. The Archean rocks of the Superior Province are subdivided into lithologic units. Supracrustal units of the Southern Province and the Phanerozoic Eon are subdivided lithostratigraphically. The Grenville Province is subdivided into major tectonic blocks and within each block the legend is mainly lithologic, with only part of the supracrustal rock record subdivided into lithostratigraphic units. The dataset is an overview of this geology on a Provincial Compilation scale of 1:250 000 and it illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite and dike swarms.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K/_IronFormation.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PETPOOL.xmlPetroleum Pool<p>This data set can be used to identify a subsurface accumulation of crude oil or natural gas contained in porous and permeable rock whose presence has been proven by the drilling of petroleum wells and from which hydrocarbons have been or are being produced or are capable of being produced in economic quantities.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PETPOOL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K_Clines.xmlBedrock Geology of Ontario, Granulite Facies - 1: 250 000<p>This data set can be used to identify granulite facies, which are the highest facies of regional metamorphism in which rocks have been subject to heat and pressure just below the melting point of sedimentary rocks (i.e. 650 degrees C). These rocks contain garnet and both ortho and clinopyroxene.</p><p>This data set is part of the Bedrock Geology Data Set, which is a Geological map of the Province and shows the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario. It illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite intrusions, and dike swarms. The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield. Based on differences in age, metamorphism and tectonic setting, the Precambrian rocks are subdivided into the Superior, Southern and Grenville provinces. The Phanerozoic rocks occur in four basins. Major faults and shear zones are also included. The legend is subdivided geochronologically in the Phanerozoic, but geochronometrically in the Proterozoic and Archean. The Archean rocks of the Superior Province are subdivided into lithologic units. Supracrustal units of the Southern Province and the Phanerozoic Eon are subdivided lithostratigraphically. The Grenville Province is subdivided into major tectonic blocks and within each block the legend is mainly lithologic, with only part of the supracrustal rock record subdivided into lithostratigraphic units. The dataset is an overview of this geology on a Provincial Compilation scale of 1:250 000 and it illustrates geological rock types, major faults, iron formations, kimberlite and dike swarms.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BedrockGeologyOfOntario250K/_Clines.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PETHOILF.xmlPetroleum Historical Oil Field<p>This data set can be used to identify a subsurface accumulation or 'pool' of crude oil designated as an 'Historical Oil Field' for the purposes of the Oil, Gas and Salt Resources Act.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PETHOILF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PETCGRID.xmlPetroleum Crown Lake Grid<p>This data set can be used to identify an offshore grid system consisting of Blocks and Tracts. A Block is 5min by 5min containing twenty-five 1min by 1min Tracts. Blocks are assigned numbers and Tracts are assigned letters. Areas near shoreline may involve registered plan boundaries.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PETCGRID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BLTUPARE.xmlBuilt-Up Area<p>This data set can be used to identify built-up areas, which consist of anthropogenic land cover features, ranging from small hamlets at rural cross roads to large cities. An area is considered Built-Up when linear frequencies of structures are above 10 per 500 metres or 4 per 1 hectare, as defined in the Southern Ontario Land Resource Information System (SOLRIS) editing standards. This class does not represent the intended land-use extent as typically outlined in operational plans or zoning permits, but instead delineates features that meet the aforementioned building density. Areas within a Built-Up feature are further defined as either pervious or impervious.</p><p>Areas are pervious if green spaces and other permeable surfaces (e.g., grass, shrubs and residential ornamentals) represent more than 80 percent per 0.5 hectare. These areas may include land cover features such as water, woodlands, and impervious features (e.g. parking lots) below the MMU of 0.5 hectare.</p><p>Areas with buildings, pavement and most other anthropogenic features are generally impermeable and thus classified as Built-Up impervious. These features along with residential, industrial, civic and commercial buildings are all found in urban areas. Green spaces and other pervious features may be included within Built-Up impervious if the portion of pervious surfaces (e.g., grass, vegetation and bare ground) is less than 80 percent per 0.5 hectare.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BLTUPARE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PETWELL.xmlPetroleum Well<p>This data set can be used to identify a Petroleum Well, which is a point feature that identifies the location of a well drilled for the purpose of producing oil, gas or salt resources or for underground storage of hydrocarbons.</p><p>For the most current data visit: <a href="http://www.ogsrlibrary.com">http://www.ogsrlibrary.com</a>.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PETWELL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ANSI.xmlAreas of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI)<p>This data set can be used to identify ANSIs (Areas of Natural and Scientific Interest), which are polygon features that represent lands and waters containing important natural landscapes or features that are important for natural heritage, protection, appreciation, scientific study or education.</p><p> Different ANSI types collected by the the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>ANSI, Earth Science</li><li>ANSI, Life Science</li><li>Candidate ANSI, Earth Science</li><li>Candidate ANSI, Life Science</li> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 25 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ANSI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MNRRDBAR.xmlMNR Road Barrier<p>This data set can be used to identify a MNR Road Barrier, which is a point feature related to the restriction or control of access to a road segment or road network.</p><p>Legislated or Legal Authority for Collection: Road authorities in Ontario have the mandated responsibility to construct roads or have them constructed on their behalf. They also have the responsibility to assign names and or addresses associated with roads. Road authorities include:</p><li>Municipalities </li><li>The Ministry of Transportation</li><li>The Ministry of Natural Resources (resource access roads and park roads)</li><li>The Ministry of Northern Development and Mines </li><li>Federal government (roads on federal lands, e.g. national parks, Dept of Defense)</li><li>First Nations</li><li>Other, e.g. local roads boards </li> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MNRRDBAR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MNRRDSEG.xmlMNR Road Segment<p>This data set can be used to identify roads and information about roads, which is part of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) business. The MNR plays a significant role by being one of the leading road authorities in Ontario. Roads under MNR jurisdiction may fall within the responsibility of several different MNR branches and program areas. They include:</p><li>Forests Division: Roads that are part of forest management, as described in the Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Lands in Ontario, are governed by the Crown Forest Sustainability Act.</li><li>Parks: Non-forestry roads within a provincial park or conservation reserve are governed by the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, which is administered by Ontario Parks.</li><li>Lands & Waters Branch: Other roads on Crown Land are governed by the Public Lands Act, which is administered by the Land Management Section.</li><li>Location based information related to resource access roads are a responsibility of both local and main office levels within the MNR. Geospatial data containing the x, y ground coordinates of the road centreline plus a series of descriptive attributes associated with the road is created and maintained through the MNR's corporate editing tool.</li> <p>Resource access roads that meet the following definition are included: </p><li>A travel route that was constructed for and used by conventional street legal vehicles and may include winter roads. Recreation trails and short-term forest operation roads (skidder trails) or forest fire management (e.g. rehabilitated fire trail) are not included in MNR Road Segment.</li><li>The MNR Road Segment also contains roads not under the jurisdiction of the MNR (municipal roads and provincial highways) which are sourced from the Ontario Road Network (ORN). The ORN also contains resource roads which are sourced from the MNR Road Segment.</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MNRRDSEG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MNRAREA.xmlMNR Area<p>This data set can be used to identify an MNR Area, which is a polygon feature that identifies Ministry of Natural Resources organisational units.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MNRAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_COTRESSI.xmlCottage Residential Site<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies a site of human occupancy and whether that occupancy is seasonal or year-round. Different Cottage Residential Site types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Cottage Site, Not Remote</li><li>Cottage Site, Remote</li><li>Residential Site, Not Remote</li><li> Residential Site, Remote</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_COTRESSI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NURSAFSH.xmlNursery Area, Fish<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a fish species raises its newborn, if that area is different from the Spawning Area.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NURSAFSH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NEPOSS.xmlNiagara Escarpment Parks and Open Space System (NEPOSS)<p>This data set can be used to identify 130 existing and proposed parks and open space areas within the Niagara escarpment parks and open space system, the majority of which are or will be linked by the Bruce Trail.</p><p>The Ministry of Natural Resources coordinates the development and administration of the Niagara Escarpment Parks and Open Space System. The Niagara Escarpment Parks and Open Space System is owned and managed through the continued cooperation of seven conservation authorities, the Ministry of Natural Resources, the Ontario Heritage Trust, the federal Department of the Environment - Parks Canada, the St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, the Niagara Parks Commission, the Royal Botanical Gardens, municipalities and other bodies capable of managing areas in the public interest (e.g. the Bruce Trail Association, local service clubs, approved conservation organizations).</p><p> Please note that the data was originally based on survey plans that varied in scale and quality and, as of 2011, do not line up with the current parcel data and need to be spatially adjusted. This data set is to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF Report, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NEPOSS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_STAGAFSH.xmlStaging Area, Fish<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a fish species rests during migration. For this data set, the different Staging Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Walleye Staging Area</li> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_STAGAFSH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FEEDAFSH.xmlFeeding Area, Fish<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a fish species habitually feeds. For this data set, the different Fish Feeding Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Walleye Feeding Area</li><li>Northern Pike Feeding Area</li><li>Yellow Perch Feeding Area</li><li>White Sucker Feeding Area</li><li>Lake Whitefish Feeding Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FEEDAFSH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NURSAWLD.xmlNursery Area, Wildlife<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a wildlife species raises its newborn, if that area is different from the Birthing Area. For this data set, the different Wildlife Nursery Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Caribou Nursery Area</li><li>Moose Nursery Area</li><li>Waterfowl Nursery Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NURSAWLD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MNRSIGN.xmlMNR Sign Site<p>This data set can be used to identify a site where a sign is posted and maintained by, or is of interest to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR). These signs serve a variety of purposes for OMNR business areas, ranging from providing general information and safety warnings, to enforcement and land management notices to the general public.</p><p>Legislated or Legal Authority for Collection: MNR signs are erected to support and enforce various provincial acts such as:</p><li>Fish and Wildlife Act </li><li>Lands and Waters Act </li><li>Public Lands Act</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MNRSIGN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_COTRESAR.xmlCottage Residential Area<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area of dwellings having an official designation and is often represented by a cottager and/or residential association. The occupancy may be seasonal or year-round. Different Cottage Residential Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Cottage Area, Not Remote</li><li>Cottage Area, Proposed, Not Remote</li><li>Cottage Area, Proposed, Remote</li><li>Cottage Area, Remote</li><li>Residential Area, Not Remote</li><li>Residential Area, Remote</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF Report, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_COTRESAR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRIWET.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Wetland<p>This data set is a polygon feature that can be used to identify the location of FRI Wetlands in Ontario. An FRI Wetland is a wetland that appears on the Forest Resource Inventory but which may not have been evaluated by the Ministry. There are two classes of FRI wetlands:</p><li>Open Muskeg</li><li>Treed Muskeg</li><p>The Forest Resources Inventory (FRI) is a product that provides description of all areas within a forest management unit and provides a snapshot in time of the characteristics of water and land base geography.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRIWET.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_STAGAWLD.xmlStaging Area, Wildlife<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a wildlife species rests during migration. For this data set, the different Staging Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Deer Staging Area</li><li>Polar Bear Staging/Concentration Area</li><li>Waterfowl Staging Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_STAGAWLD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FEEDAWLD.xmlFeeding Area, Wildlife<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies an area where a wildlife species habitually feeds. For this data set, the different Wildlife Feeding Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include:</p><li>Osprey Feeding Area</li><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 5 Sep 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FEEDAWLD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPOT200510PSjp2.xmlOntario SPOT Pansharpened Orthoimagery 2005-2010<p>This data set consists of SPOT 4/5 imagery, which was acquired and orthorectified for the entire country by Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) within a National SPOT orthoimage project between May 2005 and October 2010. The province of Ontario was a partner in this project.</p><p>The original imagery was acquired and processed to have a ground sample distance (GSD or pixel spacing) of 10 metres for a panchromatic band and 20 metres for three multispectral bands. MNR has pan-sharpened and enhanced the images covering Ontario, to form a set of 10 metre multispectral (infra-red, red and green) images. This set of images is available as geo-referenced TIFF and/or JPEG2000 files.</p><p>Each band has a radiometry of 8 bits (values between 0 and 255). The multispectral image provides four bands. The minimum cloud-free (2% maximum) coverage required for an image (selected zone) is 40 km x 40 km, panchromatic and multispectral taken simultaneously.</p><p>Spatial data is expressed according to Universal Transverse Mercator projection, in reference to the North American Datum 1983 - Canadian Spatial Reference System (NAD83CSRS).</p><p>Note that these are individual, overlapping images and do not form a mosaic. A subset of these images covering the Far North of Ontario have been processed into a mosaic, and can be found at: <a href="https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/?uuid=bcb6a90d-4547-43e4-9de1-2c8a7e76901d">https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/?uuid=bcb6a90d-4547-43e4-9de1-2c8a7e76901d</a></p><p>Approximate image sizes: JP2 format 30 MB, TIFF format 175 MB. Complete project size: JP2 format 12 GB, TIFF format 68.5 GB</p>Thu, 22 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPOT200510PSjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FEDPAREA.xmlFederal Protected Area<p>This data set can be used to identify areas protected by the Federal government for natural or cultural reasons. Protected areas include National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas, Heritage canals, National Wildlife Areas or other Federal Protected areas.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FEDPAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_DAMBAR.xmlDam and Barrier<p>This data set identifies obstacles that disturb or impede the flow of surface water, excluding beaver dams, water crossings, and culverts.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_DAMBAR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NATWLD.xmlNational Wildlife Area<p> This data set identifies National Wildlife Areas, which are lands designated by Order-in-Council under the Canada Wildlife Act (1973). Most are on Crown Lands and are dedicated to providing or enhancing habitat for waterfowl, upland game birds, or game mammals.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NATWLD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_DENSITE.xmlDen Site<p> This data set identifies den sites, which are polygon features that show where a species gives birth to and nurses its young. Different den site types that are included in this data set are: <li>Arctic Fox Den Site</li><li>Black Bear Den Site</li><li>Eastern Grey Wolf Den Site</li><li>Grey Fox Den Site</li><li>Grey Wolf Den Site</li><li>Marten Den Site</li><li>Polar Bear Den Site</li><li>Red Fox Den Site</li><li> Wolverine Den Site</li></p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_DENSITE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NHSAREA.xmlNatural Heritage System Area<p>This data set can be used to identify systems of natural core areas and key natural corridors or linkages, such as rivers and valleys, with significant ecological value that have been identified by the ministry of Natural Resources for use in land use planning. It includes those Natural Heritage System Areas that have been defined and enabled by provincial plans such as the Greenbelt Plan, the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan and the Niagara Escarpment Plan. It does not include any modifications to the systems as made by municipal governments as part of their Official Plans.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NHSAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_6KCULTPT.xmlCultural Point at 600K - Retired<p>This data set can be used to identify cultural point features appropriate at the 1: 600 000 provincial series scale. The cultural features included in this data set are population centres and named locations.</p><p>Retirement note: This dataset is retired and is no longer available through Land Information Ontario (LIO). </p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_6KCULTPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_6KCULTLN.xmlCultural Line at 600K<p>This data set can be used to identify cultural line features appropriate at the 1: 600 000 provincial series scale. The cultural features included in this data set are pipelines.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_6KCULTLN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NESTING.xmlNesting Site<p>A nesting site is a point feature that identifies the location of one or more nests that belong to a particular species.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 15 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NESTING.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/ESRI_v9_3_Data_World_UTMZones.xmlWorld UTM Zones<p>World UTM Zones represents the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Zones of the world.</p><p>This layer has polylines that extend to 90 degrees Latitude North but are only shown to a maximum of 85 degrees Latitude North. Please download entire dataset if the whole dataset is required.</p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTESRIhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//ESRI/_v9/_3/_Data/_World/_UTMZones.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/ESRI_v9_3_Data_World_TimeZones.xmlWorld Time Zones<p>World Time Zones represents the time zones of the world. The time zones are best displayed with World Countries or World Administrative Units but can be displayed with any feature dataset. World Time Zones commonly provides time zones for the countries and cities of the world. Note that daylight saving time is not shown.</p><p>This layer has polylines that extend to 90 degrees Latitude North but are only shown to a maximum of 85 degrees Latitude North. Please download entire dataset if the whole dataset is required.</p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTESRIhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//ESRI/_v9/_3/_Data/_World/_TimeZones.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/ESRI_v9_3_Data_World_LatLongGrids.xmlWorld Latitude and Longitude Grids<p>World Latitude and Longitude Grids represents a 5 by 5 degree latitude/longitude grid covering the world with attributes that allow you to display grids at intervals of 5, 10, 15, 20, and 30 degrees. To display a grid with a 5-degree interval, simply display all of the lines. To display a coarser grid, for example, a 15-degree interval, define the theme properties as lines with the Degree15 attribute equal to Y. </p><p>This layer has polylines that extend to 90 degrees Latitude North but are only shown to a maximum of 85 degrees Latitude North. Please download entire dataset if the whole dataset is required.</p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTESRIhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//ESRI/_v9/_3/_Data/_World/_LatLongGrids.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA2002MrSID.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2002: 1km coverage<p>The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2002 consists of over 26,000 one-square-kilometer tiles of orthorectified colour imagery for the Greater Toronto Area. The imagery features 20 cm pixels for Niagara, Hamilton, Halton, Peel, York, Toronto and Durham, 30 cm pixels for Simcoe, and 50cm pixels for Peterborough and Northumberland. The imagery was flown in the spring of 2002.</p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA2002MrSID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SWOOP2010DEM.xmlSouthwestern Ontario Orthophotography Project (SWOOP) 2010 - Digital Elevation Model<p>The SWOOP2010 project digital elevation data was acquired with elevation points and significant breaklines to support the orthorectification of the 20 cm resolution imagery. The accuracy requirement for the ortho imagery is 50 cm horizontal. The elevation data collected includes: ground control points; mass points (as dense as 10 m, where applicable) and significant breaklines where the integrity of the imagery would be compromised (bridges/cliffs etc.) upon orthorectification.</p><p>Additional processing is required to complete the DEM in order to generate contour mapping.</p><p>The data are available for download in two separate .zip files, please download both associated files for full coverage.</p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SWOOP2010DEM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA2002TIFF10km.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2002: 10km coverage<p>The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2002 consists of over 26,000 one-square-kilometer tiles of orthorectified colour imagery for the Greater Toronto Area. The imagery features 20 cm pixels for Niagara, Hamilton, Halton, Peel, York, Toronto and Durham, 30 cm pixels for Simcoe, and 50cm pixels for Peterborough and Northumberland. The imagery was flown in the spring of 2002.</p><p>The 10km coverage was created by mosaicing together 1km orthophotos into 10km x 10km tiles and reducing the resolution to a common pixel size of 2m. The scope of this project did not include adjustment of colours from the original source images. </p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA2002TIFF10km.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA2002TIFF20km.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2002: 20km coverage<p>The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2002 consists of over 26,000 one-square-kilometer tiles of orthorectified colour imagery for the Greater Toronto Area. The imagery features 20 cm pixels for Niagara, Hamilton, Halton, Peel, York, Toronto and Durham, 30 cm pixels for Simcoe, and 50cm pixels for Peterborough and Northumberland. The imagery was flown in the spring of 2002.</p><p>The 20km coverage was created by mosaicing together 10km x 10km tiles into 20km x 20km tiles and reducing the resolution to a common pixel size of 5m. The scope of this project did not include adjustment of colours from the original source images. </p>Fri, 2 Aug 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA2002TIFF20km.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_Address_2010.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Address, 2010<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database. </p><p>Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Address file is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: official street names, alternate street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and name of municipality. The address dataset provides detailed characteristics of the road segments including detailed address information. A road segment is the linear geometry of the road.</p><p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_Address/_2010.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPAWNARE.xmlSpawning Area<p>This data set is a polygon feature that identifies spawning areas. A spawning area is an area where a species of fish habitually spawns.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPAWNARE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_NetElement_2009.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Road Net Element, 2009<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database.</p><p> Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>Ontario's Road Network Road Net Element contains road element and ferry connection geometry and attributes describing the characteristics of the road network, e.g. its street name or road number, its address information, road classification, etc.</p><p>Road Elements are the basic centreline road features spanning from intersection to intersection, or intersection to end where there is no subsequent intersection with another road. Ferry Connections are an approximation of the route a ferry travels to transport vehicles across water and are linked to a road element by a junction.</p><p>Point events occur at specific (x, y) co-ordinate locations along the road network and include: <ul><li>Junction (Defined at each end of the road element)</li> <li>Tollbooths (Physical, Hybrid or Virtual)</li> <li>Blocked Passages (Permanent or Removable)</li> <li>Crossings (Railway, Crosswalk, or Culvert)</li> <li>Reference Points (Milepost, Collision or Other)</li></ul></p> <p>Linear events occur between two fixed (x, y) locations and include: <ul><li>Pavement Status (Paved or Unpaved)</li> <li>Number of Lanes</li> <li>National Road Class</li> <li>Street Name</li> <li>Addressing Information</li> <li>Jurisdiction</li> <li>Speed Restrictions</li> <li>Road Restrictions</li> <li>Structures (Bridges, Dams or Tunnels)</li></ul></p> <p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_NetElement/_2009.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_SegmentAddress_2007.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Segment Address, 2007<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database. </p><p>Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Segment with Address is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: official street names, alternate street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and municipality. A segmented dataset is comprised of distinct road segments based on attribution associated with each segment. A road segment is the linear geometry of the road. Road segments can be consolidated into networks using the MNR Road Network entity. To exist in the Road Segment layer the road must have actually existed as a path supporting conventional four-wheel street legal vehicles.</p><p>Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_SegmentAddress/_2007.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FEDLNDO.xmlFederal Land Other<p>This data set can be used to identify areas of land over which the Federal Crown has exclusive jurisdiction and/or ownership, excluding Indian Reserves. These polygon boundaries should be verified using Federal Crown Land Survey Records and/or title searched at the local Land Registry Office. This data set may not include all Federally owned lands.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FEDLNDO.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_SegmentAddress_2009.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Segment Address, 2009<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database. </p><p> Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Segment with Address is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: official street names, alternate street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and municipality. A segmented dataset is comprised of distinct road segments based on attribution associated with each segment. A road segment is the linear geometry of the road. Road segments can be consolidated into networks using the MNR Road Network entity. To exist in the Road Segment layer the road must have actually existed as a path supporting conventional four-wheel street legal vehicles.</p><p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_SegmentAddress/_2009.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WILDADMU.xmlWildlife Management Unit<p>A Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) is an administrative coverage that identifies a geographic area (i.e. numbered divisions of the Province of Ontario) which serves as a land base for wildlife research and management. These units have been developed in Ontario based on a number of factors including the environmental requirements of principal wildlife species, ecosystems, and consideration of suitability of boundaries to traditional and future users, landowners, municipalities and other jurisdictions. Boundaries are generally described by rivers, lakes, roads, and other features easily recognized on the ground. A few exceptions occur where less visible criteria (for example, township/district boundaries) have been used in the absence of suitable physical features.</p><p>The Intended Use and Purpose for Collecting the Data Set or Information Holding: WMUs are used for a number of wildlife management purposes, one of which is to indicate the relevant geographic areas of Ontario where hunting open seasons and harvest quotas apply.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WILDADMU.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SPRWATER.xmlWater Supply<p>This data set is a point coverage that identifies a source of water, whether potable (suitable for drinking) or non-potable (not suitable for drinking). This data set identifies two types of water supply: a spring water source and water intake. A spring water source is a source of spring water, whether potable or non-potable. A water intake is a site on a water body from which a water supply is drawn.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section. </p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SPRWATER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WPGENSTN.xmlWaterpower Generation Station<p>This data set is a point coverage that can be used to identify the location of waterpower generation stations and provide general information about the site including the equipment associated with the waterpower generation station.</p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WPGENSTN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_Address_pre2007.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Address, pre 2007<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database. </p><p>Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Address file is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: official street names, alternate street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and name of municipality. The address dataset provides detailed characteristics of the road segments including detailed address information. A road segment is the linear geometry of the road.</p><p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_Address/_pre2007.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_Segment_pre2007.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Segment, pre 2007<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database. </p><p>Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Segment is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and municipality. A segmented dataset is comprised of distinct road segments based on attribution associated with each segment. A road segment is the linear geometry of the road. Road segments can be consolidated into networks using the MNR Road Network entity. To exist in the Road Segment layer the road must have actually existed as a path supporting conventional four-wheel street legal vehicles.</p><p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_Segment/_pre2007.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_NetElement_2008.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Road Net Element, 2008<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database.</p><p> Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>Ontario's Road Network Road Net Element contains road element and ferry connection geometry and attributes describing the characteristics of the road network, e.g. its street name or road number, its address information, road classification, etc.</p><p>Road Elements are the basic centreline road features spanning from intersection to intersection, or intersection to end where there is no subsequent intersection with another road. Ferry Connections are an approximation of the route a ferry travels to transport vehicles across water and are linked to a road element by a junction.</p><p>Point events occur at specific (x, y) co-ordinate locations along the road network and include: <ul><li>Junction (Defined at each end of the road element)</li> <li>Tollbooths (Physical, Hybrid or Virtual)</li> <li>Blocked Passages (Permanent or Removable)</li> <li>Crossings (Railway, Crosswalk, or Culvert)</li> <li>Reference Points (Milepost, Collision or Other)</li></ul></p> <p>Linear events occur between two fixed (x, y) locations and include: <ul><li>Pavement Status (Paved or Unpaved)</li> <li>Number of Lanes</li> <li>National Road Class</li> <li>Street Name</li> <li>Addressing Information</li> <li>Jurisdiction</li> <li>Speed Restrictions</li> <li>Road Restrictions</li> <li>Structures (Bridges, Dams or Tunnels)</li></ul></p> <p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_NetElement/_2008.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORN_SegmentAddress_2010.xmlHistoric Ontario Road Network (ORN) Segment Address, 2010<p>The Historic Ontario Road Network (ORN) files provide time sensitive data and periodic updates to the ORN database. </p><p> Please note these files are superseded by more recent editions and are to be used with caution when interpreting data and results.</p><p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Segment with Address is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: official street names, alternate street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and municipality. A segmented dataset is comprised of distinct road segments based on attribution associated with each segment. A road segment is the linear geometry of the road. Road segments can be consolidated into networks using the MNR Road Network entity. To exist in the Road Segment layer the road must have actually existed as a path supporting conventional four-wheel street legal vehicles.</p><p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary maps are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORN/_SegmentAddress/_2010.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WPPOTSTE.xmlWaterpower Potential Site<p>A site which has the potential to be used for hydroelectric power generation. This data set was created using information identified in the 1985 Ontario's Waterpower Sites publication. The information assembled combined the effort of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of Energy and at the time Ontario Hydro.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 30 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WPPOTSTE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBirdFarNorth2008PANjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery for Far North Communities: Panchromatic imagery, greyscale<p>This imagery set is derived from raw imagery acquired by Aviation and Forest Fire Management (AFFM) for native communities in the Far North of Ontario. The imagery was intended to assist MNR staff in determining where structural and environmental values are located in order for fire managers to make critical decisions. </p><p>These images have been pan-sharpened, orthorectified and enhanced. There are three products available for each community: panchromatic (greyscale), true colour (red, green, blue) and false colour IR (infra-red, red, green). This set of images is available as geo-referenced TIFF and/or JPEG2000 files. The ground sample distance (GSD or pixel spacing) is 60 cm.</p><p>28 communities covered by this data set. These communities are: Attawapiskat, Bearskin Lake, Big Trout Lake, Cat Lake, Deer Lake, Fort Albany, Fort Hope, Fort Severn, Kasabonika,Kashechewan, Keewaywin, Kingfisher Lake, Lansdowne House, Martin Falls (Ogoki Post), Muskrat Dam, North Spirit Lake, Peawanuck, Pikangikum, Poplar Hill, Round Lake, (Weagamow), Sachigo Lake, Sandy Lake, Slate Falls, Summer Beaver, Pickle Lake Wapekeka (Angling Lake), Webequie, and Wunnummin Lake.</p><p>Many of these images were also orthorectified by AFFM as part of a larger set of images. For details on the AFFM imagery set, please go to: <a href="https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=20b2a68f-2ef5-4ed2-a2d9-931a068e74b5">https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=20b2a68f-2ef5-4ed2-a2d9-931a068e74b5</a></p><p>The images in this data set are expected to have better positional accuracy than the AFFM set, due to the use of high-accuracy MTO airport plans for ground control and a higher precision DEM (STRM) for orthorectification.</p>Fri, 19 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBirdFarNorth2008PANjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBirdFarNorth2008RGBjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery for Far North Communities: Multi-spectral imagery, true colour<p>This imagery set is derived from raw imagery acquired by Aviation and Forest Fire Management (AFFM) for native communities in the Far North of Ontario. The imagery was intended to assist MNR staff in determining where structural and environmental values are located in order for fire managers to make critical decisions. </p><p>These images have been pan-sharpened, orthorectified and enhanced. There are three products available for each community: panchromatic (greyscale), true colour (red, green, blue) and false colour IR (infra-red, red, green). This set of images is available as geo-referenced TIFF and/or JPEG2000 files. The ground sample distance (GSD or pixel spacing) is 60 cm.</p><p>28 communities covered by this data set. These communities are: Attawapiskat, Bearskin Lake, Big Trout Lake, Cat Lake, Deer Lake, Fort Albany, Fort Hope, Fort Severn, Kasabonika,Kashechewan, Keewaywin, Kingfisher Lake, Lansdowne House, Martin Falls (Ogoki Post), Muskrat Dam, North Spirit Lake, Peawanuck, Pikangikum, Poplar Hill, Round Lake, (Weagamow), Sachigo Lake, Sandy Lake, Slate Falls, Summer Beaver, Pickle Lake Wapekeka (Angling Lake), Webequie, and Wunnummin Lake.</p><p>Many of these images were also orthorectified by AFFM as part of a larger set of images. For details on the AFFM imagery set, please go to: <a href="https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=20b2a68f-2ef5-4ed2-a2d9-931a068e74b5">https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=20b2a68f-2ef5-4ed2-a2d9-931a068e74b5</a></p><p>The images in this data set are expected to have better positional accuracy than the AFFM set, due to the use of high-accuracy MTO airport plans for ground control and a higher precision DEM (STRM) for orthorectification.</p>Fri, 19 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBirdFarNorth2008RGBjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBirdAFFM2008PANjp2.xmlQuickbird Satellite Imagery - AFFM: Panchromatic imagery, greyscale<p>Aviation and Forest Fire Management (AFFM) Quickbird consists of high resolution imagery data covering build up areas throughout Ontario but mostly the West Fire Region. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the OMNR by Digital Globe Inc. Pansharpened images (60-70cm true color composites) are required for mapping applications that require high resolution background imagery.</p>Fri, 19 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBirdAFFM2008PANjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBirdAFFM2008RGBjp2.xmlQuickbird Satellite Imagery - AFFM: Multispectral imagery, true colour<p>Aviation and Forest Fire Management (AFFM) Quickbird consists of high resolution imagery data covering build up areas throughout Ontario but mostly the West Fire Region. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the OMNR by Digital Globe Inc. Pansharpened images (60-70cm true color composites) are required for mapping applications that require high resolution background imagery.</p>Fri, 19 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBirdAFFM2008RGBjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBirdFarNorth2008CIRjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery for Far North Communities: Multi-spectral imagery, false colour<p>This imagery set is derived from raw imagery acquired by Aviation and Forest Fire Management (AFFM) for native communities in the Far North of Ontario. The imagery was intended to assist MNR staff in determining where structural and environmental values are located in order for fire managers to make critical decisions. </p><p>These images have been pan-sharpened, orthorectified and enhanced. There are three products available for each community: panchromatic (greyscale), true colour (red, green, blue) and false colour IR (infra-red, red, green). This set of images is available as geo-referenced TIFF and/or JPEG2000 files. The ground sample distance (GSD or pixel spacing) is 60 cm.</p><p>28 communities covered by this data set. These communities are: Attawapiskat, Bearskin Lake, Big Trout Lake, Cat Lake, Deer Lake, Fort Albany, Fort Hope, Fort Severn, Kasabonika,Kashechewan, Keewaywin, Kingfisher Lake, Lansdowne House, Martin Falls (Ogoki Post), Muskrat Dam, North Spirit Lake, Peawanuck, Pikangikum, Poplar Hill, Round Lake, (Weagamow), Sachigo Lake, Sandy Lake, Slate Falls, Summer Beaver, Pickle Lake Wapekeka (Angling Lake), Webequie, and Wunnummin Lake.</p><p>Many of these images were also orthorectified by AFFM as part of a larger set of images. For details on the AFFM imagery set, please go to: <a href="https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=20b2a68f-2ef5-4ed2-a2d9-931a068e74b5">https://www.appliometadata.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=20b2a68f-2ef5-4ed2-a2d9-931a068e74b5</a></p><p>The images in this data set are expected to have better positional accuracy than the AFFM set, due to the use of high-accuracy MTO airport plans for ground control and a higher precision DEM (STRM) for orthorectification.</p>Fri, 19 Jul 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBirdFarNorth2008CIRjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockGTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block G)<p>This image service (FRI 2007-2010 Block G TIFF) crosses eight forest areas: <ul> <li>Lakehead Forest</li><li> Pic River\Obijway Forest</li> <li>Big Pic Forest</li> <li>Black River Forest</li> <li>White River Forest</li> <li>Pukaskwa National Park </li> <li>and to the south, Algoma Forest</li> <li>and Northshore Forest</li></ul></p> <p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Thu, 27 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockGTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2009BlockNTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block N)<p>This image service (FRI 2009 Block N TIFF) crosses 2 Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Wabigoon Forest, and Crossroute Forest. </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2009BlockNTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008BlockMTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block M)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block M TIFF) crosses 2 Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Gorden Consens Forest, and Abitibi River Forest. </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008BlockMTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008Boundary17TIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Boundary 17)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Boundary 17 TIFF) crosses 3 Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Magpie Forest, Martel Forest, and Algoma Forest. </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008Boundary17TIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008Boundary16TIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Boundary 16)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Boundary 16 TIFF) crosses 3 Forest Management Units (FMUs) within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Magpie Forest, Martel Forest, and Algoma Forest. </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008Boundary16TIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORM_RTE.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Rare, Threatened & Endangered (RTE) Species Occurrences Generalized<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (“Plan”) is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>The dataset for generalized occurrences of rare, threatened and endangered (RTE) species contains 1km square blocks. Each block indicates with a general location an element (a unit of natural biological diversity) occurrence (an area of land and/or water in which an Element is, or was, present). Multiple blocks can be overlapping in cases where multiple Element Occurrences are found in the same general area. </p>Fri, 21 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORM/_RTE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORM_WTRSHSUBPT.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Subwatersheds (Points)<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (“Plan”) is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>A watershed, also known as a catchment basin or area, includes all of the land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. A sub-watershed is a sub-division of a larger watershed. </p><p>This dataset has been created by the Water Resources Information Project (WRIP) to support the implementation of the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan. The methodology involved identifying major confluence points of streams/rivers just below the moraine that would allow their watersheds to fully cover the moraine. </p>Fri, 21 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORM/_WTRSHSUBPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORM_WTRSHSUB.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Subwatersheds (Polygons)<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (“Plan”) is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>A watershed, also known as a catchment basin or area, includes all of the land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. A sub-watershed is a sub-division of a larger watershed. </p><p>This dataset has been created by the Water Resources Information Project (WRIP) to support the implementation of the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan. The methodology involved identifying major confluence points of streams/rivers just below the moraine that would allow their watersheds to fully cover the moraine. </p>Fri, 21 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORM/_WTRSHSUB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WOODUSE.xmlWood Use Area<p>A Wood Use Area is a polygon feature that identifies an area used to harvest wood for construction material or fuelwood.</p> <p>Wood Use Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System are: <ul><li>Building Materials Area</li> <li>Fuelwood Area</li></ul></p>Fri, 21 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WOODUSE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORM_AQFRVULN.xmlOak Ridges Moraine - Areas of High Aquifer Vulnerability<p>The Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan (“Plan”) is an ecologically-based plan established by the Ontario government to provide land use and resource management direction for the 190,000 hectares of land and water within the Moraine.</p><p>This dataset depicts areas of high aquifer vulnerability on the Oak Ridges Moraine.</p><p>An understanding of regional groundwater conditions and their inherent vulnerability to contamination is critical to maintaining ecological and sustainable use functions. Aquifer vulnerability mapping is a tool that can be used to protect groundwater resources and their ultimate use. Aquifer vulnerability maps identify areas where contamination of surface water is more or less likely to result in the contamination of groundwater.</p>Fri, 21 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of the Environmenthttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORM/_AQFRVULN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRI200710BlockOTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block O)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block O TIFF) covers two separate UTM Zones. The images cross the Lake Superior Provincial Park, White River Forest, Magpie Forest, Whiskey Jack Forest, Wabigoon Forest and Dryden Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Mon, 17 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRI200710BlockOTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NOEGTS_Point.xmlDigital Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study (NOEGTS) - Points<p>The NOEGTS (Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study) data set is a digital version of the 103 original cartographic NOEGTS maps. An engineering geology terrain study is an evaluation of near-surface geological conditions for the purpose of determining the engineering significance of the terrain. In this context, terrain refers to the physical aspect and characteristics of an area or landscape under observation.</p><p> The main investigative techniques used to gather the information for such a study are air photo interpretation combined with literature searches and limited field work. A total of 370 000 km2 of northern Ontario was mapped between 1977 and 1980. With conversion to a digital format, additional geological interpretation was completed on many of the maps to improve the data set. In addition, standard legends and symbology were designed so as to provide an improved cartographic product. </p><p>Base layer information includes lakes, townships, a shaded relief image and roads. Additional information and metadata are found within a readme file provided with the product.</p><p>Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NOEGTS/_Point.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NOEGTS_Index.xmlDigital Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study (NOEGTS) - Index<p>This index layer provides an overview of the study areas, including NTS sheet numbers & study area names for reference purposes.<p>The NOEGTS (Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study) data set is a digital version of the 103 original cartographic NOEGTS maps. An engineering geology terrain study is an evaluation of near-surface geological conditions for the purpose of determining the engineering significance of the terrain. In this context, terrain refers to the physical aspect and characteristics of an area or landscape under observation.</p><p> The main investigative techniques used to gather the information for such a study are air photo interpretation combined with literature searches and limited field work. A total of 370 000 km2 of northern Ontario was mapped between 1977 and 1980. With conversion to a digital format, additional geological interpretation was completed on many of the maps to improve the data set. In addition, standard legends and symbology were designed so as to provide an improved cartographic product. </p><p>Base layer information includes lakes, townships, a shaded relief image and roads. Additional information and metadata are found within a readme file provided with the product.</p><p> Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NOEGTS/_Index.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRI3D.xmlForest Cover - Quetico Provincial Park (3D)<p> Where available, packaged products for planning and FIM inventories are available in 3D versions of the Forest Resources Inventory (FRI). Quetico Provincial Park - 3D dataset is intended for use in specialized software and hardware such as Stereo Analyst with 3D glasses. The Z component of the spatial dataset are used to reproduce the 3D terrain model when coupled with the Stereo Imagery. </p><p>Forest Cover is used to support various forest inventory, forest management planning and land-use planning decisions over a wide range of geographic areas (extents).</p>Thu, 13 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRI3D.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NOEGTS_Line.xmlDigital Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study (NOEGTS) - Lines<p>The NOEGTS (Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study) data set is a digital version of the 103 original cartographic NOEGTS maps. An engineering geology terrain study is an evaluation of near-surface geological conditions for the purpose of determining the engineering significance of the terrain. In this context, terrain refers to the physical aspect and characteristics of an area or landscape under observation.</p><p> The main investigative techniques used to gather the information for such a study are air photo interpretation combined with literature searches and limited field work. A total of 370 000 km2 of northern Ontario was mapped between 1977 and 1980. With conversion to a digital format, additional geological interpretation was completed on many of the maps to improve the data set. In addition, standard legends and symbology were designed so as to provide an improved cartographic product. </p><p>Base layer information includes lakes, townships, a shaded relief image and roads. Additional information and metadata are found within a readme file provided with the product.</p><p> Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NOEGTS/_Line.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NOEGTS_Polygon.xmlDigital Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study (NOEGTS) - Polygons<p>The NOEGTS (Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study) data set is a digital version of the 103 original cartographic NOEGTS maps. An engineering geology terrain study is an evaluation of near-surface geological conditions for the purpose of determining the engineering significance of the terrain. In this context, terrain refers to the physical aspect and characteristics of an area or landscape under observation.</p><p> The main investigative techniques used to gather the information for such a study are air photo interpretation combined with literature searches and limited field work. A total of 370 000 km2 of northern Ontario was mapped between 1977 and 1980. With conversion to a digital format, additional geological interpretation was completed on many of the maps to improve the data set. In addition, standard legends and symbology were designed so as to provide an improved cartographic product. </p><p>Base layer information includes lakes, townships, a shaded relief image and roads. Additional information and metadata are found within a readme file provided with the product.</p><p> Supplementary data can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 13 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development and Mineshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NOEGTS/_Polygon.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FIREDSPT.xmlFire Disturbance PT<p>The Ministry of Natural Resources Fire Program records details about specific forest fires. This dataset contains the estimated starting point of a forest fire for which the perimeter was not mapped and for the fires that are less than 40 hectares in size. The fires represented in this LIO only data class are inside or outside the fire region and do not include prescribed burns. </p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FIREDSPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FNLC.xmlFar North Land Cover<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>Far North Land Cover is an enhanced land cover dataset that includes remote sensing imagery, as well as other data such as geology and elevation, to create a comprehensive land cover database for the north. </p> <p>Unique ecologically defined features are provided and are an enhancement over previous versions of land cover that relied on spectral data alone. Ecological classifications include water, marsh, swamp, peatland, fen, bog, treed, mining, bedrock, and more. This land cover has a vintage across the entire Far North of 2005-2011. </p> <p>The entire data product are provided in both grid (raster) and vector format and are broken into layers that cover UTM zones 15, 16 and 17. </p><p>The classification hierarchy for this product is: Class, Group, and Section. All grid (raster) data and associated vector data have been provided in one .zip package and are available for direct download. </p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FNLC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FIRERESP.xmlFire Response Sector<p>A Fire Response Sector is a geographical area for which fire response planning and attack services are delivered.</p><p> In some locations response sector boundaries coincide with OMNR District boundaries, but elsewhere, many response sectors contain portions of more than one district and do not follow any other administrative OMNR boundaries. There are a total of 13 Fire Response Sectors in the province. The boundaries for these areas can be verified by the AFFMB, Forest Fire Management Section.</p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FIRERESP.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FIREDSTB.xmlFire Disturbance Area<p>The Ministry of Natural Resources Fire Program records details about specific forest fires. This dataset contains the Fire Disturbance Area(s) represented by the mapped exterior perimeter of a forest fire. As of July 12, 2004 fire perimeters have been loaded back to 1960.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section. </p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FIREDSTB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FIREMGPZ.xmlFire Management Zone<p>A geographic area characterized by the same forest fire management objectives based on similarities in forest types, land uses, and fire loads, and by similar impacts of fires on society, wood supply and the ecosystem.</p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FIREMGPZ.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ONRadarDSM2010GRD.xmlOntario Radar Digital Surface Model (FL)<p>The Ontario Radar Digital Surface Model (DSM) was created using spaceborne C-Band interferometric radar data collected in February 2000, which represents the average topography and generalized morphology of the reflective surface of the earth.</p><p>The Ontario Radar DSM offers several significant advancements in digital elevation data in the Province, specifically: <ul><li>The source data used to re-construct the Radar DSM is from a near global coverage (from 60 degree latitude north to 56 degree latitude south) in a short time period (11 days), which makes surface elevation data consistent and compatible nationally and globally.</li><li>The source data was acquired using spaceborne Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (IFSAR), which effectively avoided cloud effect at a higher spatial resolution. </li><li>The source data were collected by performing a single pass radar interferometry from two antennae, which minimizes land cover and atmospheric effects. </li><li>The Radar DSM has been interpolated at a consistent linear spatial resolution and geospatial coordinate system to other Provincial elevation products, which allows for seamless integration into the Ontario Integrated Hydrology Data Suite products.</li><li>Floating point elevation values allow a better representation of hydrological trends at regional, medium-scale.</li><li>The elevation vertical datum transformation from EGM96 to CGVD28 makes the Radar DSM conform to National and provincial elevation data standards.</li></ul></p><p>The data are available for download in four separate .zip files (two North, two South), please download all associated files for full coverage.</p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ONRadarDSM2010GRD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FIREMGMT.xmlFire Management HQ Area<p>A Fire Management Headquarters Area (FMHA), (previously referred to as Fire Management Area), represents an administrative area for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Fire Program. Fire Management Headquarters Areas are analogous to Ministry districts.</p><p> In all cases the areas follow OMNR district boundaries and in most cases a FMHA will have the same extent as one Ministry district. In some cases the FMHA will encompass two OMNR districts. In all there are 18 HQ FMHAs in the province. The boundaries for these areas can be verified by AFFM, Flood and Fire Management Section. On March 15, 2005 this layer was updated to align with the NRVIS District and Provincial boundary layers.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. </p>Wed, 12 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FIREMGMT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MUNIC.xmlMunicipal Boundary - Upper Tier and District<p>An upper-tier municipality means a municipality of which two or more lower-tier municipalities form part for municipalities purposes. Municipal responsibilities set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation are split between the upper tier and lower tier municipalities. </p><p>Territorial district means a geographic area in northern Ontario, which is described in the Territorial Division Act and is composed of municipalities, geographic townships, and unsurveyed territory.</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MUNIC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NGONATRV.xmlNGO Nature Reserve<p>NGO Nature Reserves are polygon features describing lands held by nature trusts and other non-government agencies for the purpose of nature conservation. </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NGONATRV.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FPMGMTZN.xmlFish Pathogen Management Zone<p>Fish Pathogen Management Zones were created to manage the potential spread of fish pathogens. Each zone identifies an area that is either affected or not affected by fish pathogens.</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FPMGMTZN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MUNICLOW.xmlMunicipal Boundary - Lower and Single Tier<p>A single-tier municipality means a municipality that does not form part of an upper-tier municipality for municipal purposes and assumes all municipal responsibilities set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation. </p><p>A lower-tier municipality means a municipality that forms part of an upper-tier municipality for municipal purposes. Municipal responsibilities set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation are split between the upper tier and lower tier municipalities.</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MUNICLOW.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FISHZONE.xmlFisheries Management Zone<p> Fisheries Management Zone(s) have replaced the former Fishing Divisions and are the geographic basis for managing, monitoring, assessing and regulating recreational fisheries for a majority of lakes and streams in a zone. Each zone is based on angler usage and ecological/geographic patterns such as climate zones, watersheds and road networks. </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FISHZONE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FPBNDSRC.xmlFish Pathogen Management Zone Boundary Source<p>The Fish Pathogen Boundary Segment layer forms the boundary of the Fish Pathogen Management Zones.</p> <p>It is made up of segments that were taken from the Ontario Road Network. This data class was created in order to store the road name information associated with each segment that makes up the fish pathogen management zone boundary. </p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FPBNDSRC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NTS250GR.xmlNational Topographic System Index (NTS) - 250 Grid<p>A grid series composed of 89 grid cells at a scale of 1:250 000. </p><p>The National Topographic System (NTS) is a system of divisions used primarily for topographic maps of the Canadian landmass. Maps at the 1:250000 scale are identified by a combination of numbers and letters from A to P (e.g. 13C). A map at the 1:50 000 scale corresponds to 1/16 of a map at the 1:250 000 scale, with each unit number from 01 to 16. Adding the unit number to the 1:250 000 number produces a unique identifier (e.g. 13C09).</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NTS250GR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NTS50GR.xmlNational Topographic Database System (NTS) - 50 Grid<p>A grid series composed of 1153 grid cells at a scale of 1:50 000. </p><p>The National Topographic System (NTS) is a system of divisions used primarily for topographic maps of the Canadian landmass. Maps at the 1:250000 scale are identified by a combination of numbers and letters from A to P (e.g. 13C). A map at the 1:50 000 scale corresponds to 1/16 of a map at the 1:250 000 scale, with each unit number from 01 to 16. Adding the unit number to the 1:250 000 number produces a unique identifier (e.g. 13C09).</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NTS50GR.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FISHCULT.xmlFish Culture Operation<p>Fish Culture Operation identifies the locations of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) fish culture stations (or hatcheries) and sub-stations. The data set outlines their property boundaries. </p><p>There are currently ten fish culture stations (or hatcheries) and five sub-stations provincially operated stations throughout the province of Ontario (2005). </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 10 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FISHCULT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PVMM.xmlPredicted Species Distributions and Vegetation Assemblages for Eco-district 6e10<p>This product is a digital atlas containing over 180 plant species, vegetation and habitat related maps, for the eco-district 6e10 and Greater Park Ecosystem (GPE) - St. Lawrence Islands National Park. The Digital Atlas contains distribution information of dominant forests plants, species assemblages (vegetation types), and some habitat and structural characteristics occurring in eco-district 6e10 and GPE. </p> <p>A large volume of geo-referenced vegetation data was collected during summers of 2005 to 2007 and along with other spatial layers (e.g., digital elevation, remote sensing derivatives, etc.) used to develop statistical models that were extrapolated and mapped across the entire study area. The goal of this project was to use statistical modeling and prediction to make this distributional information available across the entire study area. The various maps contained in the product are in raster (grid) format at a 10m resolution. All of the maps are organized in folders that can be easily navigated by following the documents and readme files contained in the individual folders or in the main document folder '6e10_documents'. </p><p><span style="font-weight:bold;">The full Predicted Species Atlas and associated grid data are available in three separate files for download. Please download all associated files Part 1, 2, and 3, to conduct research and analysis with the data in your GIS. The read-me document contains information about the original structure of the CD available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) warehouse.</span></p>Wed, 5 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PVMM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Geogratis_2002_PermafrostInCanada.xmlCanadian Permafrost Thickness, Geological Survey of Canada<p>Observations on the depth to the base of permafrost across Canada (Geological Survey of Canada Project 870023) from geothermal and geophysical records. Working file contains confidential information.</p>Wed, 5 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTNatural Resources Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Geogratis/_2002/_PermafrostInCanada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Kingston1998MrSID.xmlCity of Kingston Orthophotography, 1998<p>Orthophotography data covering the City of Kingston, Ontario at 20 cm resolution, leaf off conditions.</p> <p>The original photography was taken in April 1998, immediately after the ice storm, at a scale of 1:6250. The photographs were produced in digital format and were ortho rectified by J.D. Barnes Ltd. of Markham Ontario, in accordance with the Universal Transverse Mercator Grid System (UTM), using the North American Datum (NAD 27/76). </p><p> This photo mosiac is being provided using MrSid compression software. </p>Wed, 5 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Kingston1998MrSID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_Geogratis_1900_1997_FloodDisastersInCanada.xmlFlood Disasters in Canada<p>This database contains summary information on 168 Canadian flood disasters that occurred between 1900 and June 1997. The database is not, by any means, a complete list of flood events in Canada since the vast majority of the floods did not cause disasters. All mentions of damage costs have not been corrected for inflation. The database also is biased towards the more densely populated areas of Canada where floods are more likely to impact humans.</p>Wed, 5 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTNatural Resources Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_Geogratis/_1900/_1997/_FloodDisastersInCanada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_Kingston2011_ImageService.xmlCity of Kingston Orthophotography, 2011<p>Orthophotography data covering the City of Kingston, Ontario at 20 cm resolution, leaf off conditions.</p> <p>Collected by First Base Solutions Inc. under contract with the City of Kingston.</p>Wed, 5 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_Kingston2011/_ImageService.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Geogratis_1991_1998_Ecoatlas.xmlThe State of Canada's Ecosystems in Maps<p>EcoMAP (Ecological Mapping Analysis and Protocols) is a suite of geospatial data sets and analysis applications which has been developed by GeoInsight Corporation and A.M. Turner and Associates over the past three years with support from a number of government agencies. </p><p>EcoMAP is built on the premise that by aggregating diverse data sets to a common geographic framework, spatial analysis can be used to derive and present complex ecological information. Such information is needed to guide the development of consistent policies and programs which are required for conservation and sustainable resource management. Parts of the EcoMAP database have also been used to present a national perspective of many ecological themes through the National Atlas of Canada. In order to provide continuity the EcoMAP name has been adopted for the National Atlas ecological module.</p>Wed, 5 Jun 2013 08:00:00 ESTNatural Resources Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Geogratis/_1991/_1998/_Ecoatlas.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UTM10KM.xmlUTM 10KM Grid<p>A 10km x 10km UTM NAD83 grid that is a standard reference index for Ontario. It includes a Military Grid Reference, Fire Base Map identifier, Atlas identifier, and an UTM Map Sheet Number.</p><p>UTM Map Sheet Number - Identification number of a UTM Mapsheet. This code is comprised the first 2 digits of the scale (e.g. 20 = 1:20,000), the Utm zone number, the first four digits of the UTM Easting, and the first five digits of the UTM Northing. (e.g. 2017610051100). </p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UTM10KM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CLDISP_P.xmlCrown Land - MNR Non-Freehold Dispositions Public<p>Data set is comprised of tenanted dispositions by the Crown (Crown Land) and include Leases, Licenses of Occupation, Land Use Permits, Beach management Agreements and Easements.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CLDISP/_P.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CONSVARE.xmlConservation Areas<p>Conservation Areas are lands which are considered to be regionally significant, such as valleys, or environmentally sensitive areas, and are best managed by a public agency to retain their natural characteristics. These areas are designated within a Conservation Authority's jurisdiction and are managed by the Authority.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CONSVARE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UTM5KM.xmlUTM 5KM Grid<p>A 5km x 5km UTM NAD83 grid that is a standard reference index for Ontario. It includes a UTM Map Sheet Number.</p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UTM5KM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CRNLND_P.xmlCrown Land - MNR Unpatented Land Public<p>Data set contains polygons of unpatented lands - lands that have never been granted or sold by the Crown. May include lands that have been temporarily disposed of (leases, land use permits).</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. </p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CRNLND/_P.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CAADMIN.xmlConservation Authority Administration Area<p>Conservation Authority Administrative Areas are lands under the jurisdiction of a Conservation Authority.</p><p>A total of 31 Conservation Authorities operate in southern Ontario and an additional five Conservation Authorities deliver programs and services in northern Ontario. Conservation Authorities, created in 1946 by an Act of the Provincial Legislature, are mandated to ensure the conservation, restoration and responsible management of Ontario's water (watersheds), land and natural habitats through programs.</p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CAADMIN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UTM100KM.xmlUTM 100KM Grid<p>A 100km x 100km UTM NAD83 grid that is a standard reference index for Ontario. It includes a Military Grid Reference and an Atlas identifier.</p>Mon, 27 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UTM100KM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_HYDAT.xmlHYDAT Flow Gauge Watersheds - Ontario REPLACED<P> Retirement note: please note that this dataset has been retired and replaced by Ontario Integrated Hydrology Data, which is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </P> <p>HYDAT is a water database containing data on daily and monthly means of flow, water levels and sediment concentrations (for sediment sites). </p><p>This data is stored as series of shapefiles. The spatial layer symbolizes known HYDAT FLOW gauge locations that are part of the Environment Canada/Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Cost Share agreement. For each of these gauges, there is a shapefile containing a watershed. The name of the watershed shapefile contains the StationID of the gauge. Watershed boundaries were defined using NRVIS data and the Provincial Digital Elevation Model produced by the Water Resources Information Program (WRIP).</p><p>A separate MS Access database stores a series of watershed characteristics that can be linked to the shapefiles. These characteristics include; </p><p><ul><li>watershed area</li><li> watershed perimeter</li><li> lake area </li><li> wetland area</li><li> other water area (double line streams, reservoirs)</li><li> terrestrial area</li><li> reach slope</li><li> length of longest stream</li><li> longest stream slope</li><li> stream order</li><li> gauge elevation</li><li> geolgy summary</li><li> landcover summary</li><li> length of all streams</li><li> and number of first order streams</li></ul></br> Most watersheds and gauges are characterized but is incomplete. Use this dataset with caution when conducting analysis, one point appears to have been located incorrectly. Modifications/revisions to this dataset may be required before any analysis can begin.</p><p>Supplementary data in shapefile and tabular format can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Wed, 1 May 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_HYDAT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockSTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block S)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block S TIFF) crosses two forest areas; the Dog-River Matawin Forest, and is primarily covering the northern regions of the Black Spruce Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Tue, 30 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockSTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockRTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block R)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block R TIFF) crosses three forest areas; Dog-River Matawin Forest, Black Spruce Forest, and covers the entire Lakehead Forest area.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Tue, 30 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockRTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200710BlockHTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block H)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block H TIFF) covers the islands just south of the Pic River/Obijway Forest area (northern Lake Superior), and the forest areas to the west (inland) Timiskaming Forest, and Temagami Forest area.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Tue, 30 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200710BlockHTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI200709BlockCTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block C)<p>This image service (FRI 2007 Block C TIFF) covers the French Severn Forest area.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Tue, 30 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI200709BlockCTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OpenContent_HYDAT_Canada.xmlHYDAT Database - Canada<p>HYDAT is a water database containing data on daily and monthly means of flow, water levels and sediment concentrations (for sediment sites). </p><p> Data include: daily, monthly, and/or instantaneous data for stream flow, water levels, sediment concentration, sediment particle size, and sediment load for over 2500 active stations and some 5500 discontinued sites across Canada. </p><p>An MS Access database stores a series of watershed characteristics. These characteristics include; </p><p><ul><li>annual statistics</li><li> annual instant peaks</li><li> daily flows </li><li> daily water levels</li><li> sediment types</li><li> sediment loads</li><li> stations</li></ul></br> Most watersheds and gauges are characterized but could be incomplete. </p>Tue, 23 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTEnvironment Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OpenContent/_HYDAT/_Canada.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FISHCATNiagara.xmlFisheries Data Catalog, Niagara Area<p>The Niagara Area Fisheries Data Catalog contains geo-referenced records of fisheries and fish habitat surveys within the Niagara Administrative Area of Guelph District, OMNR. The catalog consists of two separate tables: a Survey table (tblSurvey) and a Specimen table (tblSpecimen). The Survey table contains survey records from a variety of agencies, organizations and individuals. Each survey record can be geo-referenced as a point using the values in the table's Easting and Northing fields (coordinates are UTM Zone 17, NAD 83). Each record can be flagged as belonging to one or more of the following 10 Survey Types: </p> <p><ul><li>Biomass Estimate</li><li> MOE Contaminant Study </li><li>FishwayMonitoring </li><li>Index Netting </li><li> Relative Abundance</li><li>Species Presence/Absence</li><li> Spawning Study </li><li>Tagging</li><li> Inventory </li><li>Fish Community</li></ul></p><p>Each survey record includes the surveying agency, survey date, waterbody name, survey methods, and several additional items. The Specimen table contains records of fish specimens collected at various surveys. Each record in the Survey table may have one or more related records in the Specimen table, although some surveys have no related records. The two tables can be related using the SurveyID field, a field which appears in both tables. This catalog is available as a packaged product from the LIO Warehouse.</p>Fri, 19 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FISHCATNiagara.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FISHCATGuelph.xmlFisheries Data Catalog, Guelph Area<p>The Guelph Area Fisheries Data Catalog contains geo-referenced records of fisheries and fish habitat surveys and events within the Guelph Administrative Area of Guelph District, OMNR. Records from a wide variety of agencies, organizations and individuals are included in the catalog. </p> <p>Each record is geo-referenced as a point, and is flagged as belonging to one or more of the following 20 information categories: <ul><li>aquatic habitat assessment</li> <li>barrier to fish migration</li> <li>benthic invertebrate inventory</li> <li>creel survey</li> <li>fish biomass</li> <li>fish contaminant data</li> <li>fishing derby data</li> <li>fluvial geomorphological data</li> <li>fish inventory</li> <li>fish kill</li> <li>fish nursery area</li> <li>fish population estimate</li> <li>fish stocking information</li> <li>fishway data</li> <li>hydrogeological information</li> <li>rehabilitation information</li> <li>stream discharge</li> <li>spawning survey</li> <li>water quality data</li> <li>water temperature</li></ul></p> <p>Each record also includes a file number which references a specific hardcopy file within the Guelph Administrative Area's fisheries filing system. The catalog itself is available as a packaged product in the LIO Warehouse.</p>Fri, 19 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FISHCATGuelph.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FISHCATHuronPerth.xmlFisheries Data Catalog, Huron-Perth Area<p>The Huron-Perth Area Fisheries Data Catalog contains geo-referenced records of fisheries and fish habitat surveys and events within the Huron-Perth Administrative Area of Guelph District, OMNR. Records from a wide variety of agencies, organizations and individuals are included in the catalog. </p> <p>Each record is geo-referenced as a point, and is flagged as belonging to one or more of the following 20 information categories: <ul><li>aquatic habitat assessment</li> <li>barrier to fish migration</li> <li>benthic invertebrate inventory</li> <li>creel survey</li> <li>fish biomass</li> <li>fish contaminant data</li> <li>fishing derby data</li> <li>fluvial geomorphological data</li> <li>fish inventory</li> <li>fish kill</li> <li>fish nursery area</li> <li>fish population estimate</li> <li>fish stocking information</li> <li>fishway data</li> <li>hydrogeological information</li> <li>rehabilitation information</li> <li>stream discharge</li> <li>spawning survey</li> <li>water quality data</li> <li>water temperature</li></ul></p> <p>Each record also includes a file number which references a specific hardcopy file within the Huron-Perth Administrative Area's fisheries filing system. The catalog is available as a packaged product in the LIO Warehouse.</p>Fri, 19 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FISHCATHuronPerth.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRI2008BlockQTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block Q)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block Q TIFF) crosses the Woodland Caribou P.P., Red Lake Forest, Whiskey Jack Forest, and Kenora Forest, but is mainly in the Woodland Caribou P.P. forest area.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Thu, 18 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRI2008BlockQTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008BlockYTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block Y)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block Y TIFF) crosses mainly the Crossroute Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Thu, 18 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008BlockYTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_IFCD.xmlOntario In-filled Climate Data<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The database contains the daily climate parameters for the 339 major Atmospheric Environment Service of Environment Canada (AES) stations having filled in parameters during the period of 1950 to 2005. The remaining 7 databases contain a table containing hourly rainfall records for stations during the same period, which are divided into regions for manageability. The database was created using MS Access 2000.</p> <p> The MS Access table "I_Stations" contains the spatial coordinates for the AES Stations across Ontario for mapping purposes. </p><p>Use this dataset with caution when conducting analysis, several point appear to have been located incorrectly.</p>Thu, 18 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_IFCD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA_2005.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2005<p>The Greater Toronto Area Orthophotography (2005) data set consists of 20 cm true colour digital orthophotography, collected in the spring of 2005 by First Base Solutions. </p><p>This data encompasses the regions of Durham, Halton, Hamilton, Peel, Toronto and York and is provided in two formats: 1km x 1km photo tiles or municipal mosaics. The tiled data consists of 9154 individual seamless files. The mosaiced data is divided along municipal boundaries as follows: Durham (Ajax, Brock, Clarington, Oshawa, Pickering, Scugog, Uxbridge and Whitby); Halton (Burlington, Halton_Hills and Oakville); Hamilton (Central, North and South); Peel (Brampton, Caledon East, Caledon West and Mississauga); Toronto (Central, East and West) York (Aurora, Georgina, Gwillimbury, King, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Stouffville and Vaughan) </p><p>The aerial photography was collected during April, 2005.</p>Tue, 16 Apr 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA/_2005.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GBNHS_Area.xmlGreenbelt Natural Heritage System - Areas REPLACED<p> Retirement note: The data from this packaged product has been superseded by the LIO layers: Natural Heritage System Area and Greenbelt River Valley Connections, and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>The Natural Heritage System identifies areas of the Greenbelt Protected Countryside with the highest concentration of the most sensitive and/or significant natural features and functions as outlined in section 3.2 and schedule 4 of the Greenbelt Plan, February 28th 2005.</p> <p>The Greenbelt Act, 2005 enables the creation of a Greenbelt Plan to protect about 1.8 million acres of environmentally sensitive and agricultural land in the Golden Horseshoe from urban development and sprawl. The Protected Countryside contains a Natural System that provides a continuous and permanent land base necessary to support human and ecological health in the Greenbelt and beyond. </p> <p>Also included in this data product (side note: added as a seperate service in the Scholars GeoPortal) is the External Connections (source water - rivers) layer which identifies the river valley connections referenced in section 3.2.5 of the Greenbelt Plan. These connections identify linkages beyond the Greenbelt Natural Heritage system through existing or approved urban areas to inland lakes and Lake Ontario.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GBNHS/_Area.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WINTERNG.xmlWintering Area<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A Wintering Area is a polygon feature that identifies an area in which a species habitually winters. Different Wintering Area types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include: <ul> <li>Bat Hibernaculum</li> <li>Caribou Wintering Area</li> <li>Deer Wintering Area (Stratum 2)</li> <li>Deer Wintering Area (Stratum 1)</li> <li>Elk Wintering Area</li> <li>Moose Early Wintering Area</li> <li>Moose Late Wintering Area</li> <li>Snake Hibernaculum</li> <li>Waterfowl Winter Concentration Area</li></ul> </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WINTERNG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SimcoeMuskokaDufferin2008TIFF.xmlCounty of Simcoe, Muskoka and Dufferin Orthophotography Project, 2008<p>The County of Simcoe, Muskoka and Dufferin Orthophotography Project dataset consists of multiple remotely sensed data products including 30 cm resolution photos that were derived from digital aerial photography collected in April 2008 by First Base Solutions.</p> <p>These orthophotography encompass the following municipal tiers: The District of Muskoka (Town of Bracebridege, Hunstville, Gravenhurst, Township of Georgian Bay, Township of Muskoka Lakes and Township of Lake of Bays), The County of Dufferin, The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority, County of Simcoe, The City of Barrie, The City of Orillia in the Province of Ontario. </p><p> The Province of Ontario is only managing and making available a resampled 30cm version of this data.</p><p> Resulting products include: <ul><li>30 cm true colour 1KM X 1KM geotiff tiles</li><li> Digital GPS flight diagram</li><li> 1 KM tile index shape file</li><li> Data Capture flight plan</li><li> 30 cm true colour 1KM X 1KM MrSID tiles</li><li>and MrSID Compressed mosaic orthos</li></ul> </p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SimcoeMuskokaDufferin2008TIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_Kingston2004_ImageService.xmlCity of Kingston Orthophotography, 2004<p>Orthophotography data covering the City of Kingston, Ontario at 20 cm resolution, leaf off conditions.</p><p>A total of 196 photos were triangulated by OSI Geomatics. </p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_Kingston2004/_ImageService.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WINDPAB.xmlWind Power Allocation Block<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>An area that could be allocated for the exploration of wind power generation potential and subsequently developed.</p><p>There are 1.9 million cells in the allocation grid.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WINDPAB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WILDAREA.xmlWilderness Area<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>A Wilderness Area is an area regulated under the Wilderness Area Act. The Act states that these areas are set aside '...as a wilderness area for the preservation of the area as nearly as may be in its natural state in which research and educational activities may be carried on, for the protection of the flora and fauna, for the improvement of the area, having regard to its historical, aesthetic, scientific or recreational value...' (Source: Wilderness Areas Act)</p><p>They can be embedded in other protected areas. They range in size and have values from historical to natural heritage but they have no formal class system or management planning.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WILDAREA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GLBW.xmlGreat Lakes - St. Lawrence Basin Watersheds<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin is divided into the following five watersheds, each of which consists of the area described by the regulations: <ul><li>1. The Lake Superior watershed</li><li> 2. The Lake Huron watershed</li><li> 3. The Lake Erie watershed</li><li> 4. The Lake Ontario watershed</li><li> 5. The St. Lawrence River watershed. 2007, c. 12, s. 1 (12).</li></ul></p><p>The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin watersheds are defined in Section 34.5(2) of the Ontario Water Resources Act (OWRA).</p><p>The Great Lake divisions are derived from the Provincial Watersheds of Ontario (eg. the Secondary and Quaternary Watershed definitions), which are based on the Natural Resources Canada / Water Survey of Canada 'Drainage Area' reporting framework originally known as the Water Resources Index Inventory Filing System (1922). For more information, please refer to the metadata for the Secondary Watersheds of Ontario.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GLBW.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_UTM1KM.xmlUTM 1KM Grid<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A 1km x 1km UTM NAD83 grid that is a standard reference index for Ontario. It includes a Military Grid Reference, Fire Base Map identifier, Fire Base Map Block, and an Atlas identifier. </p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_UTM1KM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_NHERVALA.xmlNatural Heritage Values Area<p> Inclusive spatial data layer of all unregulated but identified protected area layers, includes recommended provincial parks, conservation reserves, proposed protected areas and forest reserves. May or may not have gone through a land use planning exercise. </p><p>A natural heritage values area is defined as an area Recommended or Proposed for protection that may be subject to interim protection policies, including Provincial Parks (additions and new), Conservation Reserves (additions and new) and Forest Reserves (additions to Provincial Parks or Conservation Reserves or standalone).</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_NHERVALA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GBNHS_Rivers.xmlGreenbelt Natural Heritage System - Urban River Connections<p>The Natural Heritage System identifies areas of the Greenbelt Protected Countryside with the highest concentration of the most sensitive and/or significant natural features and functions as outlined in section 3.2 and schedule 4 of the Greenbelt Plan, February 28th 2005.</p> <p>The Greenbelt Act, 2005 enables the creation of a Greenbelt Plan to protect about 1.8 million acres of environmentally sensitive and agricultural land in the Golden Horseshoe from urban development and sprawl. The Protected Countryside contains a Natural System that provides a continuous and permanent land base necessary to support human and ecological health in the Greenbelt and beyond.<p>This data product covers the External Connections (source water - rivers) layer which identifies the river valley connections referenced in section 3.2.5 of the Greenbelt Plan. These connections identify linkages beyond the Greenbelt Natural Heritage system through existing or approved urban areas to inland lakes and Lake Ontario. (Side note: The Greenbelt Natural Heritage System Areas are loaded in the Scholars GeoPortal as a seperate service and can be used in conjuction with the Urban Rivers layer.)</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GBNHS/_Rivers.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WATERLOT.xmlWater Lot - Replaced<p> Retirement Note: Data in this layer has been integrated into:</p> <li>Patent Land External </li> <li>Crown Land - MNR Non-Freehold Dispositions Public </li> <p> Please note that the above datasets are available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A Water Lot is a polygon feature that identifies a piece of land that underlies a waterbody. These include boathouses, docks, breakwalls, sewage treatment plants etc. Different Water Lot types collected by the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS) include commercial and private entities. </p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WATERLOT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_CONRVREG.xmlConservation Reserve Regulated<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p> Conservation Reserved Land are defined and set aside under the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006 to: <ul><li>Permanently protect representative ecosystems, biodiversity and provincially significant elements of Ontario's natural and cultural heritage and to manage these areas to ensure that ecological integrity is maintained.</li> <li>To provide opportunities for ecologically sustainable land uses, including traditional outdoor heritage activities and associated economic benefits.</li> <li>To facilitate scientific research and to provide points of reference to support monitoring of ecological change on the broader landscape.</li></ul></p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_CONRVREG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PROVPREG.xmlProvincial Park Regulated<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p> Ontario provincial parks are classified as one of the following classes: Wilderness, Nature Reserve, Cultural Heritage, Natural Environment, Waterway, and Recreational. </p> <p>Public lands set aside under the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006: <ul><li> To permanently protect representative ecosystems, biodiversity and provincially significant elements of Ontario's natural and cultural heritage and to manage these areas to ensure that ecological integrity is maintained.</li> <li>To provide opportunities for ecologically sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities and encourage associated economic benefits.</li> <li> To provide opportunities for residents of Ontario and visitors to increase their knowledge and appreciation of Ontario's natural and cultural heritage.</li> <li>To facilitate scientific research and to provide points of reference to support monitoring of ecological change on the broader landscape.</li></ul></p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 28 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PROVPREG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_INSCTDAM.xmlForest Insect Damage Event<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>This dataset represents events where forest insect pests have damaged trees by defoliation, foliage mining and wood boring, or contributed to tree mortality. </p><p>Only the outer perimeter of the damage events are generally mapped e.g. there is no distinction between smaller areas within that were unaffected. In addition to infestations, forest mortality areas caused by these insect pests are mapped as separate events.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p><p>Additional Metadata: http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/Forests/2ColumnSubPage/STEL02_166920.html</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_INSCTDAM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FORPRFAC.xmlForest Processing Facility<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>This dataset contains sites occupied by a facility that processes or converts forest resources as defined by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Industry Relations Branch e.g.: Pulp/Paper/Paperboard, Sawmill, Veneer etc. Each facility has one or more processing sites, each dedicated to processing resources for a specific purpose. For example: A Pulp/Paper/Paperboard facility has one processing site to produce pulp, and another one dedicated to producing paper.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section. </p> <p>Additional Metadata: http://www.mnr.efar.gov.on.ca</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FORPRFAC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AGOI.xmlAgricultural Operation Inventory<p>The Agricultural Operation Inventory provides farm and land use information such as fields, farmsteads, fencerows and ditches. Detailed information such as crop type, row direction, ditch and farmstead locations, livestock raised, irrigation and tillage method use assists with environmental modeling and agricultural land use decisions.</p><p>This is a framework of farmsteads, farm fields, fencerows, ditches, and rough land to create a seamless digital landscape - building from the urban, wetlands and woodlots provincial layers.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AGOI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_INDIANRE.xmlIndian Reserve<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Land identifying Indian Reserve boundaries for the Province of Ontario defined by the Legal Surveys Division of Natural Resources Canada. Does not include settlements or communities that have not been officially registered as reserves.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_INDIANRE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ABIOTDAM.xmlForest Abiotic Damage Event<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>An Abiotic Damage Event is where a non-biological event, such as wind or an ice storm, has damaged areas of forested land.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ABIOTDAM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FORMISC.xmlForest Misc. Damage Event<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>This dataset includes forest damage events that cannot be singly attributed to a specific abiotic, insect or disease agent or event. These miscellaneous events are often the result of the cumulative effect of a combination of these aforementioned event types. For example, Aspen Decline where repeated infestations of Forest Tent Caterpillar combined with several seasons of prolonged drought resulted in tree mortality.</p> <p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p><p>Additional Metadata: http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/Forests/2ColumnSubPage/STEL02_166920.html</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FORMISC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FORMGMT.xmlForest Management Unit<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A Forest Management Unit (FMU) is a designated administrative area that depicts a forest management boundary. The area within these boundaries are used for forest resource planning and management purposes of the Crown Forest Sustainability Act. An FMU is primarily identified by an assigned official name and a unique numeric code. The Forest Management Branch - Forest Management Planning Section of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, approves FMU boundaries, codes and official names.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FORMGMT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_BOREHOLE.xmlBorehole - Retired<p> Retirement note: please note that this dataset has been retired and replaced by Ontario Borehole Database, which is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A borehole is the generalized term for any narrow shaft drilled in the ground, either vertically or horizontally. A borehole may be constructed for many different purposes including the extraction of water or fluid (such as oil) or gases (such as natural gas or methane), as part of a geotechnical investigation or environmental site assessment, for mineral exploration, or as a pilot hole for installing piers or underground utilities. This database contains a continuous log of strata for each borehole as well as for geocolumns. A geocolumn is a collection of information from an examination of exposed substrate, such as in a quarry wall or along a roadway passage. </p><p>All measurements are metric. All depths are relative to the surface elevation.</p><p>Supplementary tables (including a look-up table) can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestryhttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_BOREHOLE.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MNRREG.xmlMNR Region<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Land identifying MNR administrative areas that comprise a number of districts for the purpose of managing Ministry programs and resources at a regional level.</p> <p>Extents of the regions were originally compiled by description of: metes and bounds, topographic features, geographic township boundaries, territorial district boundaries, etc. Changes to the regional boundaries have occurred throughout the years. </p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MNRREG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FORDISEA.xmlForest Disease Damage Event<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Represents the mapped events where forest fungal, bacterial and viral pathogens have caused damage by reducing growth rates, tree vigor or have caused tree mortality.</p><p>Only the outer perimeter of the damage events are generally mapped e.g. no distinction between smaller areas within that were unaffected. Examples of forest diseases include White Pine Blister Rust, Armillaria Root Rot etc.</p><p>Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the Data Description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p><p>Additional Metadata: http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/Forests/2ColumnSubPage/STEL02_166920.html </p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FORDISEA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MNRDIST.xmlMNR District<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Land identifying MNR administrative areas that divides MNR Regions into smaller organizational units for the purpose of managing Ministry programs and resources at a district level. </p> <p>Extents of the districts were originally compiled by description of: metes and bounds, topographic features, geographic township boundaries, territorial district boundaries, etc. Changes to the extents of the districts have been made through the years by the district offices. </p>Thu, 14 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MNRDIST.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ELC.xmlEcological Land Classification (ELC) of Ontario<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Various systems exist to delineate natural regions based on ecological factors. The Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) defines ecological units on the basis of bedrock, climate, physiography and corresponding vegetation, creating an Ecological Land Classification system.</p><p>The ELC of Ontario was revised by the ELC Working Group in 2000 to better reflect the ELC system originally developed by Angus Hills (1959 and later revisions). This dataset was revised to take account new information and new technology, while maintaining Hills's original concepts. For further information on the rationale for the revisions, refer to 'Ecoregions of Ontario: Modifications to Angus Hills- Site Regions and Districts, Revisions and Rationale, Crins and Uhlig 2000'. In 2002, the spatial data was updated using NRVIS drainage polygon data including islands from Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River, and more detailed shoreline data. NTS mapping was also used to delineate the northern, eastern (Quebec border), and western (Manitoba border) boundaries of the province. </p><p>This packaged dataset is classified into three hierarchical categories: Ecozones, Ecoregions, and Ecodistricts. </p>Thu, 7 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ELC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_LOTFABRC.xmlLot Fabric Improved<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p> A Lot is a surveyed area that is a subdivision within a geographic township. In many townships, lots lose area to road allowances. Lots are land identifying a portion of a Concession within a Geographic Township. The townships, concessions and lots comprise the original township fabric of the Province. </p>Thu, 7 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_LOTFABRC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FORCOVER.xmlForest Cover<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse </p> <p>Identifies and describes the forested area in the province of Ontario within the Forest Management Area of the undertaking and the confines of the Northern Boreal Initiative. Forested areas may either be currently forested or managed as future-forests. These areas may be described with various measurement values, observations, and development-stage data. The level of detail in which a forest is described will vary according to local need. </p> <p>Relevant legislation associated and identified by the Forest Information Manual (FIM) dictates minimum content and vintage of data within the Area of the Undertaking and the Northern Boreal Initiative. There are no inventories planned for Southern Ontario. Water is delineated but not described. Non-forested areas such as rock, muskeg, developed agricultural land, etc. are identified but are only described with ecosite codes.</p> <p>Note: For the purposes of brevity, references to the FIM Forest Resources Inventory Technical Specifications have been shortened in field descriptions to FRI Tech Spec.</p> <p>*Includes the Crown Forest Sustainability Act (1995), Class Environmental Assessment for Timber Management on Crown Land (Timber EA).</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the SNIF document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Thu, 7 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FORCOVER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORNSEGAD.xmlOntario Road Network Segment With Address (ORN)<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>The ORN Segment with Address is derived from the Linear Referencing System (LRS) data set and provides attributes such as: official street names, alternate street names, route names and numbers, street address ranges, road class, direction and municipality. A segmented dataset is comprised of distinct road segments based on attribution associated with each segment. </p> <p>A road segment is the linear geometry of the road. Road segments can be consolidated into networks using the MNR Road Network entity. To exist in the Road Segment layer the road must have actually existed as a path supporting conventional four-wheel street legal vehicles.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 1 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORNSEGAD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OTNTHD.xmlOntario Trail Network Trailhead<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The OTN (Ontario Trail Network) trailhead is a geospatial database of Ontario's trailheads. The OTN contains networks in urban, rural and wilderness settings managed by a named organization for recreation, active living or tourism purposes. Examples of trails in the OTN include; Hiking, Running and Walking trails; Cycling and Mountain Bike routes; All Terrain Vehicle, Snowmobiling and Dirt Bike trails; X-Country Skiing and Snow shoeing trails; Equestrian trails; and Canoe and portage routes.</p> <p>OTN Trailhead contains trailhead points which describe the characteristics of a trail such as trail name, length, type, permitted use, amenity, and organization.</p> <p>OTN Trailhead contains points that represent the location of the start of the trail as well as secondary access points. A trailhead exists for each trail and may consist of one or more trail segments. By linking the OTN Trailhead to OTN Trail Segment, the linear corridor/linear segment of the trail can be linked to the trailhead.</p> <p>The OTN project is the combined efforts of trail organizations and three levels of government (Federal, Provincial and Municipal) working to create a common and shared trail infrastructure which is composed trails and their descriptive attributes across the whole of the province.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 1 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OTNTHD.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OTNSEG.xmlOntario Trail Network Segment<p>Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The OTN (Ontario Trail Network) Trail Segment is a geospatial database of Ontario's trail segments. The OTN contains networks in urban, rural and wilderness settings managed by a named organization for recreation, active living or tourism purposes. Examples of trails in the OTN include; Hiking, Running and Walking trails; Cycling and Mountain Bike routes; All Terrain Vehicle, Snowmobiling and Dirt Bike trails; X-Country Skiing and Snow shoeing trails; Equestrian trails; and Canoe and Portage Routes.</p> <p>OTN Trail Segment contains trail segments that define a linear corridor through the natural or urban environment. These corridors may be single segments or form a looping system. One trail segment is distinguished from another trail segment within the same trail by having different features. Linking the OTN Segment to the OTN Trailhead, trail segments are further defined by the characteristics of a trail, e.g. trail name, length etc.</p> <p>The OTN project is the combined efforts of trail organizations and three levels of government (Federal, Provincial and Municipal) working to create a common and shared trail infrastructure which is composed trails and their descriptive attributes across the whole of the province.</p><p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 1 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OTNSEG.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ORNELEM.xmlOntario Road Network Road Net Element (ORN)<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The Ontario Road Network (ORN) is a province-wide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometers of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreation roads. The ORN is considered the authoritative source of roads data for Ontario.</p><p>Ontario's Road Network Road Net Element contains road element and ferry connection geometry and attributes describing the characteristics of the road network, e.g. its street name or road number, its address information, road classification, etc.</p><p>Road Elements are the basic centreline road features spanning from intersection to intersection, or intersection to end where there is no subsequent intersection with another road. Ferry Connections are an approximation of the route a ferry travels to transport vehicles across water and are linked to a road element by a junction.</p><p>Point events occur at specific (x, y) co-ordinate locations along the road network and include: <ul><li>Junction (Defined at each end of the road element)</li> <li>Tollbooths (Physical, Hybrid or Virtual)</li> <li>Blocked Passages (Permanent or Removable)</li> <li>Crossings (Railway, Crosswalk, or Culvert)</li> <li>Reference Points (Milepost, Collision or Other)</li></ul></p> <p>Linear events occur between two fixed (x, y) locations and include: <ul><li>Pavement Status (Paved or Unpaved)</li> <li>Number of Lanes</li> <li>National Road Class</li> <li>Street Name</li> <li>Addressing Information</li> <li>Jurisdiction</li> <li>Speed Restrictions</li> <li>Road Restrictions</li> <li>Structures (Bridges, Dams or Tunnels)</li></ul></p> <p>Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section. Supplementary look-up table descriptions are available in the data description document, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 1 Mar 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ORNELEM.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_FHTSL.xmlFamily Health Teams Site Locations<p>This data set provides address locations of Family Health Team Sites, as provided by the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario (AFHTO). Family Health Team Sites make up the location(s) for a Family Health Team for a given area, or community. </p><p>Family Health Teams ensure that people receive the care they need in their communities, as each team is set-up based on local health and community needs. Family Health Teams provide a core set of comprehensive primary health care services to their patients. Patients can be enrolled either to an individual family physician or to groups of physicians. They focus on chronic disease management, disease prevention and health promotion, and work with other health care organizations, such as public health units and Community Care Access Centres.</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_FHTSL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_CHCL.xmlCommunity Health Centre Locations<p>This data set provides address locations for community health centres in Ontario.</p><p>Community Health Centres (CHCs) are non-profit organizations that provide primary health and health promotion programs for individuals, families and communities. A health centre is established and governed by a community-elected board of directors.</p> <p>CHCs work with individuals, families and communities to strengthen their capacity to take more responsibility for their health and wellbeing. They provide education and advice on helping families access the resources they need from other community agencies. CHCs work together with others on health promotion initiatives within schools, in housing developments, and in the workplace. They link families with support and self-help groups that offer peer education, support in coping, or are working to address conditions that affect health. As such, the Community Health Centre Program contributes to the development of healthy communities.</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_CHCL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_HOSPL.xmlHospital Locations<p>This data set contains hospital locations in Ontario, as governed by the Public Hospitals Act. Hospitals are institutions for health care providing patient treatment by specialized staff and equipment. Each hospital corporation may have more than one site (location).</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_HOSPL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_SLHNB.xmlSub Local Health Integration Network (SubLHIN)<p>This data set contains the boundaries for the Sub Local Health Integration Network (SubLHIN) (Version 9.0 Boundary) in Ontario.</p> <p>The main roles of Ontario's fourteen Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) are to plan, fund and integrate health care services locally. As part of the LHIN's mandate, there is often a need to analyse and present information at finer scales. As a result, all LHINs have defined smaller geographic areas within their boundaries. Although the naming convention varies between LHINs, in this product these regions are referred to as "SubLHIN planning areas" or, more compactly, as "subLHINs".</p> <p>The external boundaries of the province's LHINs are embedded in legislation and have remained stable since 2006. In contrast, subLHINs are defined by the individual LHINs for their own analytical and planning purposes. SubLHIN geographic definitions vary substantially between LHINs and are subject to change because of the needs of indivdual LHINs.</p> <p>In 2007, subLHIN boundaries were assembled for the province by the Health System Intelligence Project (HSIP) from definitions provided by the LHINs. In April, 2008, with the cessation of HSIP, the Health Analytics Branch (HAB) of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care took over the maintenance of the provincial subLHIN boundary file. Updates to the subLHIN boundaries were passive and new versions of the boundary file were created only when a LHIN approached HAB with new geographic definitions. Beginning with Version 9.0 of the subLHIN boundaries, the MOHLTC consulted all LHINs to design and establish each LHINs planning areas.</p> <p>Version 9.0 reflects substantial change in the subLHIN boundaries compared to version 8.0. The most fundamental change is that three LHINs (Champlain, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (HNHB) and Central East) have requested two subLHIN levels. In this documentation and in all other material relating to subLHINs (including boundary files and crosswalks) these levels are referred to as Primary and Secondary.</p> <p>Primary subLHINs are the 'highest' level of subLHIN geography and encompass larger areas, while secondary subLHINs are more detailed and, in all three LHINs where secondary subLHINs have been defined, nest inside of the larger primary subLHINs.</p> <p>Where possible the secondary subLHINs should used as the default subLHINs, with the primary reserved for conditions where data are unavailable or not stable using the secondary definitions.</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_SLHNB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_FHTCL.xmlFamily Health Teams Contract Locations<p>This data set provides address locations of Family Health Teams, as provided by the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario (AFHTO). There may be multiple sites (locations) associated with a family health team.</p><p>Family Health Teams ensure that people receive the care they need in their communities, as each team is set-up based on local health and community needs. Family Health Teams provide a core set of comprehensive primary health care services to their patients. Patients can be enrolled either to an individual family physician or to groups of physicians. They focus on chronic disease management, disease prevention and health promotion, and work with other health care organizations, such as public health units and Community Care Access Centres.</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_FHTCL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_LHINB.xmlLocal Health Integration Networks (LHIN) Boundary<p>This data set contains the boundaries for the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) in Ontario.</p> <p>The Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 changed the way health care system is managed, by creating 14 LHINs. There are 14 not-for-profit corporations who work with local health providers and community members to determine the health service priorities of each region. The LHINs plan, integrate and fund local health services, including: hospitals, Community Care Access Centres, Community Support Services, Long-term Care, Mental Health and Addictions Services and Community Health Centres.</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_LHINB.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_MOH_LABL.xmlLicensed Laboratory and Specimen Collection Centre Locations<p> This dataset is no longer available through the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p> This data set contains the locations of licensed laboratories in Ontario, including all of the hospital laboratories, private laboratories, public health clinics and Canadian Blood Services laboratories.</p>Thu, 28 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Carehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_MOH/_LABL.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008BlockFTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block F)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block F TIFF) crosses Hearst Forest, Nagagami Forest, White River Forest, Magpie Forest, Big Pic Forest, Constance Lake Forest, and to the south Spanish Forest, Sudbury Forest, and Northshore Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 27 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008BlockFTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRI2008BlockXTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block X)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block X TIFF) crosses the Crossroute Forest and Sapawe Forest, but is mainly in the Sapawe Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 27 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRI2008BlockXTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008BlockZTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block Z)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block Z TIFF) crosses Kenora Forest and Crossroute Forest but is mainly in Crossroute Forest.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 27 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008BlockZTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FRI_PCI.xmlForest Resources Planning Composite Inventory (FRI-PCI)<p>This data layer is symbolized to represent the Provincial Forest Type (8 types): Red and White Pine, Jack Pine, Upland Conifers, Lowland Conifers, Mixedwoods, Poplar, White Birch, and Tolerant Hardwoods, within each Forest Management Unit. The eight provincial forest types listed represent a mix of forest cover required for silviculture, wildlife habitat and sustainability assessment requirements at broad regional and provincial planning and reporting levels.</p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p>An FRI (forest resources inventory) is a polygon level snapshot of a Forest Management Unit's land and water features, including a detailed description of individual forest stands. Stand attributes include things such as forest type, tree species, height and age. A planning composite inventory includes other spatial layers such as ownership and administrative boundaries to assist in analysis/summarization for forest management planning purposes.</p>Wed, 27 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FRI/_PCI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/FRI2008BlockWTIFF.xmlForest Resource Inventory (FRI), Digital Aerial Imagery (Block W)<p>This image service (FRI 2008 Block W TIFF) crosses 4 Forest Management Units (FMUs) and 1 Provincial Park within the FRI Status index file:</p> <p>Quetico Provincial Park (ID: PP02), Black Spruce Forest (ID: 035), Dog River-Matawin Forest (ID: 177), English River Forest (ID: 230), Lakehead Forest (ID:796). </p><p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p> This imagery will initially serve as a topographic reference base for any new output mapping and will serve as the source for subsequent base data production. The stereoscopic imagery will be used for softcopy photogrammetric application and interpretation. Imagery must be available but not restricted to multi-band colour, multi-band infrared and panchromatic.</p><p>The elevation data is required to support the generation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM) or Digital Surface Models (DSM) and subsequent derivative products in support of air photo interpretation, forest management planning and forest management operations. </p>Wed, 27 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//FRI2008BlockWTIFF.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_RNF_Fr_Nat_frrag.xmlFichier du réseau routier et des attributs géographiques 2006<p>Le Fichier du réseau routier et des attributs géographiques est une représentation numérique du réseau routier national du Canada et contient de l'information telle que: les noms de rues, les types des rues, la direction des rues, les tranches d'adresses ainsi que le classement des rues. Les tranches d'adresses portent sur les logements et sont indiquées principalement pour les centres urbains du Canada. De chaque côté des arcs de route, on retrouve aussi les noms et des codes d'identification des niveaux géographiques suivants : province/territoire, subdivision de recensement, région métropolitaine de recensement, agglomération de recensement et secteur de recensement.</p>Fri, 1 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_frrag.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_RNF_Fr_Nat_frr.xmlFichier du réseau routier 2006<p>Les Fichiers du réseau routier (FRR) sont diffusés dans le but de fournir de l’information géographique de référence pour les données du Recensement de 2006. </p><p>De façon générale, les tranches d’adresses sont fondées sur les logements et sont principalement disponibles pour les grands centres urbains du Canada. Elles peuvent servir à désigner les limites des régions géographiques selon lesquelles les données du recensement sont totalisées, ou à demander l’extraction de données du recensement selon les régions géographiques définies par l’utilisateur.</p>Fri, 1 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_frr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_RNF_Fr_Nat_frr.xmlFichier du réseau routier (FRR), Année de recensement 2011<p>Les Fichiers du réseau routier (FRR) sont diffusés dans le but de fournir de l’information géographique de référence pour les données du Recensement de 2011. </p><p>De façon générale, les tranches d’adresses sont fondées sur les logements et sont principalement disponibles pour les grands centres urbains du Canada. Elles peuvent servir à désigner les limites des régions géographiques selon lesquelles les données du recensement sont totalisées, ou à demander l’extraction de données du recensement selon les régions géographiques définies par l’utilisateur.</p>Fri, 1 Feb 2013 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_RNF/_Fr/_Nat/_frr.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2011_Census_RNF_Eng_Nat_rnf.xmlRoad Network File (RNF), 2011 Census<p>The Road Network File is a digital representation of Canada´s national road network, containing information such as major roads, street names, types, directions and address ranges. Address ranges are dwelling-based and occur mainly in large urban centres of Canada. The 2011 Census Road Network File also includes the unique identifier, name and type for each side of a street arc (where applicable) for the following geographic levels: provinces and territories, census subdivisions, census metropolitan areas and census agglomerations. In the 2011 Census Road Network File, streets are ranked according to five levels of detail, suitable for mapping at small to medium scales.</p><p>The 2011 Road Network File is available as part of the 2011 suite of Geography products, and used in conjunction with products and services from the 2011 Census.</p>Tue, 22 Jan 2013 08:00:00 ESTStatistics Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2011/_Census/_RNF/_Eng/_Nat/_rnf.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SOntario_CLI_LandUse.xmlSouthern Ontario Land Use (circa 1966) - Canada Land Inventory (1:50,000)<p>This dataset represents the digitized version of the Canada Land Inventory Land Use (circa 1966) 1:50,000 scale mapping for Southern Ontario. The land use classification is based on air photo interpretation, field surveys, and census information and is divided by NTS map base. Most of the classifications are 'use' classes however, some vegetative cover classes are included (productive woodland, unproductive woodland, swamps-marsh-or-bog, and unproductive land). Classifications have been standardized across the coverage. </p>Thu, 29 Nov 2012 08:00:00 ESTDucks Unlimited Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SOntario/_CLI/_LandUse.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_PLC2000.xmlProvincial Landcover 2000 - 27 Classes<p>The Ontario Land Cover Data Base, Second Edition (2000) provides a classification of 27 broad land cover types north of the southern boundary of the Canadian Shield, within the province of Ontario. The land cover classes consist of vegetation types (such as forest, wetlands, and agricultural crops or pasture) and categories of non-vegetated surface (such as waterbodies, bedrock outcrops, or settlements). These classes reflect the nature of the land surface rather than actual or potential land use.</p><p> The 2000 Edition of the Ontario Land Cover Data Base is the Second Edition of this provincial land cover classification. The coverage is derived wholly from Landsat-7 Thematic Mapper (TM) satellite data frames recorded between 1999 and 2002, most from 2000 onward.</p><p> The Provincial Land Cover (2000) Data Base is divided into four individual Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid zone tiles (15, 16, 17, 18) and is being distributed in TIFF format. Documentation is provided with this database in the form of a user's guide and general use caveats. </p>Tue, 13 Nov 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_PLC2000.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WTRSHTER.xmlWatershed, Tertiary<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>A tertiary watershed is a polygon feature that identifies one of the 147 subdivisions of the secondary watershed divisions which comprise the entire Province of Ontario. A watershed, also known as a catchment basin or area, includes all of the land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. These divisions are based on the federal 'Drainage Area' reporting framework originally known as the Water Resources Index Inventory Filing System (WRIIF).</p> <p>'The Water Survey of Canada (or, as it was known then, the Department of the Interior, Dominion Water Power Branch) first developed, in 1922, a Water Resources Index Inventory as a convenient and logical system for recording and filing water resources data. It was designed for the storage of such information as the location of waterpower sites, waterpower developments, storage reservoirs, stream measurement stations, and meteorological stations. The Water Survey of Canada delineations involved the division, sub-division and sub-sub-division of Canada into suitably sized areas based on the drainage, for administrative purposes. Although the boundaries are based on drainage, the intent was to include all of Canada's land mass and waters within this drainage area hierarchy to facilitate the identification of hydrometeorological sites. Therefore, the WSC drainage areas do not necessarily define individual river basins, but can represent intervening areas along the coast or include islands.' (National Scale Frameworks HYDROLOGY Version 5.0, NRCan, 2003)</p><p>ABOUT THIS RELEASE: These boundaries have been created based on the recent Version 2 Provincial DEM and Enhanced Flow Direction products released 2006-2008. The generation of the boundaries also involved some enhanced interpolation and smoothing techniques to produce a final product that is consistent with the current regional hydrology available for Ontario. Watershed naming conventions have also been revised to be more closely in line with Federal names where appropriate.</p>Fri, 28 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WTRSHTER.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WTRSHSEC.xmlWatershed, Secondary<p>Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A secondary watershed is a polygon feature that identifies one of the thirty subdivisions of the primary watershed divisions which comprise the entire Province of Ontario. Most secondary divisions are either large river systems or groupings of small coastal streams. A watershed, also known as a catchment basin or area, includes all of the land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. These divisions are based on the federal 'Drainage Area' reporting framework originally known as the Water Resources Index Inventory Filing System (WRIIF).</p><p>'The Water Survey of Canada (or, as it was known then, the Department of the Interior, Dominion Water Power Branch) first developed, in 1922, a Water Resources Index Inventory as a convenient and logical system for recording and filing water resources data. It was designed for the storage of such information as the location of waterpower sites, waterpower developments, storage reservoirs, stream measurement stations, and meteorological stations. The Water Survey of Canada delineations involved the division, sub-division and sub-sub-division of Canada into suitably sized areas based on the drainage, for administrative purposes. Although the boundaries are based on drainage, the intent was to include all of Canada's land mass and waters within this drainage area hierarchy to facilitate the identification of hydrometeorological sites. Therefore, the WSC drainage areas do not necessarily define individual river basins, but can represent intervening areas along the coast or include islands.' (National Scale Frameworks HYDROLOGY Version 5.0, NRCan, 2003)</p><p>ABOUT THIS RELEASE: These boundaries have been created based on the recent Version 2 Provincial DEM and Enhanced Flow Direction products released 2006-2008. The generation of the boundaries also involved some enhanced interpolation and smoothing techniques to produce a final product that is consistent with the current regional hydrology available for Ontario. Watershed naming conventions have also been revised to be more closely in line with Federal names where appropriate.</p>Fri, 28 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WTRSHSEC.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WTRSHPRI.xmlWatershed, Primary<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A primary watershed is a polygon feature that identifies one of the three primary drainage divisions which comprise the entire Province of Ontario. These include: Great Lakes - St. Lawrence, Southwestern Hudson Bay, and Nelson River. These divisions are based on the federal 'Drainage Area' reporting framework originally known as the Water Resources Index Inventory Filing System (WRIIF). A watershed, also known as a catchment basin or area, includes all of the land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries.</p><p>'The Water Survey of Canada (or, as it was known then, the Department of the Interior, Dominion Water Power Branch) first developed, in 1922, a Water Resources Index Inventory as a convenient and logical system for recording and filing water resources data. It was designed for the storage of such information as the location of waterpower sites, waterpower developments, storage reservoirs, stream measurement stations, and meteorological stations. The Water Survey of Canada delineations involved the division, sub-division and sub-sub-division of Canada into suitably sized areas based on the drainage, for administrative purposes. Although the boundaries are based on drainage, the intent was to include all of Canada's land mass and waters within this drainage area hierarchy to facilitate the identification of hydrometeorological sites. Therefore, the WSC drainage areas do not necessarily define individual river basins, but can represent intervening areas along the coast or include islands.' (National Scale Frameworks HYDROLOGY Version 5.0, NRCan, 2003) </p><p>ABOUT THIS RELEASE: These boundaries have been created based on the recent Version 2 Provincial DEM and Enhanced Flow Direction products released 2006-2008. The generation of the boundaries also involved some enhanced interpolation and smoothing techniques to produce a final product that is consistent with the current regional hydrology available for Ontario. Watershed naming conventions have also been revised to be more closely in line with Federal names where appropriate.</p>Fri, 28 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WTRSHPRI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ARI.xmlAgricultural Resource Inventory (ARI)<p>As of March 2010 the Agricultural Resource Inventory (ARI) is available as a single data set covering Southern Ontario. The ARI is a framework of farmsteads, farm fields, fencerows, ditches, roadways, rough land and riparian areas to create a seamless digital landscape - building from the urban, wetlands and woodlots provincial layers. </p> <p>Through project partnerships with other agencies, all of the county maps have been stitched together to cover Southern Ontario as a single data set. The county data sets have subsequently been replaced by this data set within the Land Information Ontario Warehouse. There are 36 municipalities included in the inventory.</p>Fri, 28 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ARI.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WTRSHQUA.xmlWatershed, Quaternary<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>A quaternary watershed is a polygon feature that identifies one of the 1000+ subdivisions of the tertiary watershed divisions which comprise the entire Province of Ontario. A watershed, also known as a catchment basin or area, includes all of the land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. These divisions were developed by the province and are an extension of the federal 'Drainage Area' reporting framework originally known as the Water Resources Index Inventory Filing System (WRIIF), which goes down to the tertiary watershed level. </p><p>'The Water Survey of Canada (or, as it was known then, the Department of the Interior, Dominion Water Power Branch) first developed, in 1922, a Water Resources Index Inventory as a convenient and logical system for recording and filing water resources data. It was designed for the storage of such information as the location of waterpower sites, waterpower developments, storage reservoirs, stream measurement stations, and meteorological stations. The Water Survey of Canada delineations involved the division, sub-division and sub-sub-division of Canada into suitably sized areas based on the drainage, for administrative purposes. Although the boundaries are based on drainage, the intent was to include all of Canada's land mass and waters within this drainage area hierarchy to facilitate the identification of hydrometeorological sites. Therefore, the WSC drainage areas do not necessarily define individual river basins, but can represent intervening areas along the coast or include islands.' (National Scale Frameworks HYDROLOGY Version 5.0, NRCan, 2003) </p><p>ABOUT THIS RELEASE: These boundaries have been created based on the recent Version 2 Provincial DEM and Enhanced Flow Direction products released 2006-2008. The generation of the boundaries also involved some enhanced interpolation and smoothing techniques to produce a final product that is consistent with the current regional hydrology available for Ontario. Watershed naming conventions have also been revised to be more closely in line with Federal names where appropriate down to the tertiary watershed level. Names are currently not available at the quaternary level but can be identified by a watershed code. </p>Fri, 28 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WTRSHQUA.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_FORESTAT_tablejoin.xmlForest Resources Inventory Status (FRI-Status)<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>This layer provides the general current production status of all Forest Resources Inventory (FRI) units in the province of Ontario. It also indicates the availability of digital inventories (Planning Composite (Initial), Base Model Inventory (BMI), and Planning Composite (final)) from the Land Information Ontario Warehouse (LIOW), Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) as structured (Forest Cover data class) and packaged (zip file) products. </p> <p>The Forest Resource Inventory (FRI) is an extensive survey of the forest resources of Ontario. It was originally designed in 1946 to locate merchantable timber species for supplying mills.</p> <p> The FRI was designed as a large-scale survey that would allow general characterization of the forest in terms of species, forest conditions and regeneration. Traditionally, the FRI has been based on aerial photo interpretation, as well as some field surveys.</p> <p>A Forest Management Unit (FMU) is a designated administrative area that depicts a forest management boundary. The area within these boundaries are used for forest resource planning and management purposes of the Crown Forest Sustainability Act. An FMU is primarily identified by an assigned official name and a unique numeric code.</p> <p>Forest inventories are differentiated by the following two versions or products: </br> 1) Forest Resources Inventory (FRI): This is the initial or first new data capture version of the forest resource inventory for a unit that is delivered to OMNR Districts and Sustainable Forest Licence (SFL) holders. In most cases, it involves the complete re-inventory of the forested land within a unit. It provides a basis for planning inventories described below. </br> </br> 2) Planning Composite Inventory (PCI): Once delivered, the FRI (1) is updated by OMNR Districts and Forest Companies for Forest Management Planning purposes. Spatial and attribute data are updated on an as-required or scheduled basis to reflect changes to the forest landscape (e.g. natural disturbances, harvesting and regeneration). The planning inventory contains additional attributes and information that conform to Forest Information Manual (FIM) standards to support the forest management planning process.</p>Fri, 21 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_FORESTAT/_tablejoin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ECODISTR_tablejoin.xmlEcoDistrict<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Ecodistricts each have a characteristic pattern of landscape features with similar climate, soils, and elevation.</p><p>Various systems exist to delineate natural regions based on ecological factors. MNR defines ecological units on the basis of bedrock, climate, physiography and corresponding vegetation, creating an Ecological Land Classification (ELC) system.</p><p>The ELC of Ontario was revised by the ELC Working Group in 2000 to better reflect the ELC system originally developed by Angus Hills (1959 and later revisions). This dataset was revised to take account new information and new technology, while maintaining Hills's original concepts. For further information on the rationale for the revisions, refer to Ecoregions of Ontario Modifications to Angus Hills Site Regions and Districts, Revisions and Rationale, Crins and Uhlig 2000 . In 2002, the spatial data was updated using NRVIS drainage polygon data including islands from Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River, and more detailed shoreline data. NTS mapping was also used to delineate the northern, eastern (Quebec border), and western (Manitoba border) boundaries of the province. In 2006, the shorelins of the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River were removed and the effected polygon boundaries were extended out over the water bodies to the extent of the provincial boundary. This modification was undertaken to provide a more generic data layer which is intended to be used as a selection tool, and as a backdrop upon which evolving and multi scalar hydorology layers may be overlain or intersected. </p>Fri, 21 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ECODISTR/_tablejoin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ECOZONE_tablejoin.xmlEcoZone<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>An ecozone is a large sub-continental geographical division with distinct representative biotic and abiotic features in the ecological unit.</p><p>Various systems exist to delineate natural regions based on ecological factors. MNR defines ecological units on the basis of bedrock, climate, physiography and corresponding vegetation, creating an Ecological Land Classification (ELC) system.</p><p>The ELC of Ontario was revised by the ELC Working Group in 2000 to better reflect the ELC system originally developed by Angus Hills (1959 and later revisions). This dataset was revised to take account new information and new technology, while maintaining Hills's original concepts. For further information on the rationale for the revisions, refer to Ecoregions of Ontario Modifications to Angus Hills Site Regions and Districts, Revisions and Rationale, Crins and Uhlig 2000 . In 2002, the spatial data was updated using NRVIS drainage polygon data including islands from Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River, and more detailed shoreline data. NTS mapping was also used to delineate the northern, eastern (Quebec border), and western (Manitoba border) boundaries of the province. In 2006, the shorelins of the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River were removed and the effected polygon boundaries were extended out over the water bodies to the extent of the provincial boundary. This modification was undertaken to provide a more generic data layer which is intended to be used as a selection tool, and as a backdrop upon which evolving and multi scalar hydorology layers may be overlain or intersected.</p>Fri, 21 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ECOZONE/_tablejoin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_ECOREGN.xmlEcoRegion<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Eco Regions are areas of land within which the response of vegetation to the features of landform follows a consistent pattern. An ecoregion (ecological region) is an ecologically and geographically defined area that is smaller than a bioregion, which in turn is smaller than an ecozone.</p><p>Various systems exist to delineate natural regions based on ecological factors. MNR defines ecological units on the basis of bedrock, climate, physiography and corresponding vegetation, creating an Ecological Land Classification (ELC) system.</p> <p>The ELC of Ontario was revised by the ELC Working Group in 2000 to better reflect the ELC system originally developed by Angus Hills (1959 and later revisions). This dataset was revised to take account new information and new technology, while maintaining Hills's original concepts. For further information on the rationale for the revisions, refer to Ecoregions of Ontario Modifications to Angus Hills Site Regions and Districts, Revisions and Rationale, Crins and Uhlig 2000 . In 2002, the spatial data was updated using NRVIS drainage polygon data including islands from Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River, and more detailed shoreline data. NTS mapping was also used to delineate the northern, eastern (Quebec border), and western (Manitoba border) boundaries of the province. In 2006, the shorelins of the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa River were removed and the effected polygon boundaries were extended out over the water bodies to the extent of the provincial boundary. This modification was undertaken to provide a more generic data layer which is intended to be used as a selection tool, and as a backdrop upon which evolving and multi scalar hydorology layers may be overlain or intersected.</p>Fri, 21 Sep 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_ECOREGN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SOLRIS_V1_2.xmlSouthern Ontario Land Resource Information System (SOLRIS)<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>SOLRIS is a primary data layer that provides a comprehensive, standardized, landscape level inventory of natural, rural and urban lands in Ecoregions 6E and 7E, current to 2000-2002. It is based on MNR's Ecological Land Classification (ELC) for southern Ontario (Lee et al, 1998).</p> <p>Release Notes: The initial release of SOLRIS (Version 1.1 - November, 2006) is restricted to a geographic area generally constrained by the Greater Toronto Area. The current release of SOLRIS (Version 1.2 - April, 2008) covers Ecoregions 6E and 7E in entirety, but unlike Version 1.1, does not provide a classification of agricultural land use.</p> <p>Additional Time Period Information: The time period reflects the date range of the source data used to produce the SOLRIS product.</p>Mon, 27 Aug 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SOLRIS/_V1/_2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DLI_2006_Census_DBF_Fr_Nat_id.xmlÎlot de diffusion - Fichiers numériques des limites, Année de recensement 2006<p>Les Fichiers des limites des îlots de diffusion montrent les limites des îlots de diffusion pour lesquels les données du Recensement de 2006 sont diffusées. Un îlot de diffusion est un secteur dont tous les côtés sont délimités par des rues et/ou des limites des régions géographiques normalisées. Il s'agit de la plus petite unité géographique pour laquelle les chiffres de population et des logements sont diffusés. Le Fichier numérique des limites comprend les limites des 478 831 îlots de diffusion au total qui, combinés, couvrent l’ensemble du Canada. Le Fichier des limites cartographiques comprend les limites de 478 780 îlots de diffusion.</p><p>Cette couche contient des polygones qui atteignent jusqu’à 90 degrés de latitude Nord, bien qu’ils ne soient montrés ici que jusqu’à 85 degrés de latitude Nord. Veuillez télécharger l’ensemble de données au complet si vous avez besoin de toutes les données.</p>Tue, 5 Jun 2012 08:00:00 ESTStatistique Canadahttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DLI/_2006/_Census/_DBF/_Fr/_Nat/_id.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/IPY_2008_ShorebirdWest_CWS.xmlShorebird surveys in the Queen Elizabeth Islands<p>The high arctic shorebird surveys collect data about shorebird populations to identify habitat types, breeding, and nesting patterns. These data are part of the International Polar Year (IPY) program.</p><p>Shorebird surveys were conducted in three parts: </p><p> 1. Aerial Surveys: Flight height = 30m, Flight speed = 80 kph. We marked (GPS) locations along the route that were large patches of monotypic habitat (wetlands, uplands: dense veg, uplands: sparse veg, uplands: shrubs, unvegetated).</p><p> 2. “Low and slow” Aerial Surveys: Flight height = 10-15m, Flight speed = 40 kph. Surveys were conducted in large patches of monotypic habitat, particularly wetlands and uplands, dense vegetation, and habitat type was recorded and shorebirds were identified and recorded to species. Transect was marked (GPS) at the beginning and the end. Transect width was 100m on each side. </p><p> 3. Ground Surveys: Surveys were conducted in wetlands and uplands, dense veg, or fine patchworks of the two. Habitat type was recorded and each surveyor walked around for 20-30 minutes, radiating outward from the helicopter. All birds seen or heard were recorded. Start and finish times and an estimate of ground covered were recorded. Location where helicopter landed was marked (GPS). ‘Rope drags’ were done at some ground survey locations. The area surrounding a wetland was systematically covered by both observers with a rope with soft trailers dangling from it stretched between them.</p> <p> [Note: There is no standardized selection process for ‘low and slow’ flights or for ground surveys beyond the requirement for wetlands or areas where wetlands and uplands are present in a fine patchwork.]</p><p> The original data table is available from the Additional Documentation section. Please use with caution. </p>Mon, 23 Apr 2012 08:00:00 ESTCanadian Wildlife Servicehttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//IPY/_2008/_ShorebirdWest/_CWS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AGGAUTH.xmlAggregate Site Authorized<p> Retirement Note: Please note that these data are replaced by Aggregate Site Authorized - Active and Aggregate Site Authorized - Inactive, and are available through the LIO warehouse. </p> <p> Contains all the Licenced and Permitted Pits and Quarries under the Aggregate Resources Act of Ontario that are regulated by Ministry of Natural Resources. Polygons represent the Licenced or Permitted boundary of the Pit or Quarry. The data in this data set should ONLY include those that reside currently within the ALPS (Aggregate Licencing and Permitting System) application. The data within is 'Authorized' by ALPS. No other data should be entered. If it doesn't have an ALPS ID (Licence or Permit ID), then it does not belong. This data does not include Ministry of Transportation pits.</p>Fri, 23 Mar 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AGGAUTH.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_AGRILAND.xmlAgricultural Land - Replaced<p> Retirement Note: Please note that this dataset has been retired and has been integrated into:</p> <li>Crown Land - MNR Non-Freehold Dispositions</li> <li>Crown Land - MNR Unpatented Land</li> <li>Crown Land - MNR Acquisitions</li> <li>and/or Patent Land</li> <p>Agricultural Land is a polygon feature that identifies Crown Land used for agricultural purposes which are identified by an Agricultural Land Use permit.</p> <p> Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Fri, 23 Mar 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_AGRILAND.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_WETLANDU.xmlWetland Unit<p> Retirement note: please note that this dataset has been revised and replaced by "Wetland", which is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>The Wetland Unit data class provides the spatial representation and basic information for all wetlands in Ontario. The attributes identify which wetlands have been evaluated and of those which ones have been designated as Provincially Significant.</p> <p>Previous to 2011 this data class contained only Evaluated Wetland data. In the spring of 2011 through the Wetland Consolidation project business areas were consulted to identify the best available existing MNR wetland data for each MNR district. The resulting data were added to this data class where it did not overlap existing Evaluated Wetland data. Sources for wetland data included Wetland Interim (OBM/NTS), Forest Resource Inventory (FRI), Southern Ontario Land Recourse Inventory System (SOLRIS) and MNR district data.</p> <p>Wetlands are lands that are seasonally or permanently flooded by shallow water as well as lands where the water table is close to the surface. In either case, the presence of abundant water causes the formation of moist soils and favours the dominance of water tolerant plants.</p> <p>A Wetland Unit is an individual spatial polygon representing a discrete wetland type. The current wetland types are marsh, fen, swamp, bog, open water or unknown.</p> <p>Evaluated Wetlands are those identified and assessed using the technical criteria in the Ontario Wetland Evaluation System (OWES) manuals. An evaluation may be for either an Evaluated Wetland or an Evaluated Wetland Complex. Not all wetlands in Ontario have been evaluated. An Evaluated Wetland consists of one or more adjacent (contiguous) Wetland Units. An Evaluated Wetland Complex is a group of separated Wetland Units that have similar or complementary biological, social and/or hydrological functions, are located in close proximity, and are functionally linked (ecologically or hydrologically). An Evaluated Wetland Complex may contain adjacent Wetland Units but must comprise at least one separated Wetland Unit. Wetlands that meet certain criteria through OWES are designated as Provincially Significant.</p> <p>The Wetland Unit data are managed independently from other hydro data classes and may overlap waterbodies or other hydro data.</p> <p>In the MNR Alymer District, due to the changing landscape in the south western portion of the province and the vintage of available source data the district chose not to add some of the unevaluated wetland data from the other sources to the existing Wetland Unit Layer. In the Far North Hudson Bay Lowlands and surrounding area some of the wetlands were not available and will be populated through a project with NRCan over the course of the year.</p> <p>Legislated or Legal Authority for Collection: The OWES evaluation information is collected to support the wetlands component of the Provincial Policy Statement.</p> <p>OWES data collection began in the early 1980's and will be on-going. Wetland evaluations are subject to changes as more information becomes available.</p><p> Supplementary tables can be used and are available for download from the additional documentation section.</p>Tue, 14 Feb 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_WETLANDU.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/DEM2006flt.xmlDigital Elevation Model (DEM) - Provincial Tiled Dataset<p>This data set has been replaced by the Provincial Digital Elevation Model Version 3.0. The source data used in generating the Provincial Digital Elevation Model Version 3.0. did not support the construction at a resolution finer than 30m, which is now used in the Version 3.0 product.</p><p>The Digital Elevation Model - Version 2.0.0 is a 3-dimensional raster data set which captures terrain elevations and covers the province of Ontario to the 51st parallel composed of 150 tiles. Cell resolutions are 20 metres in northern Ontario and 10 metres in Southern Ontario. </p><p> The provincial DEM was interpolated using five main datasets: i) Contour Line ii) OBM-DTM iii) Spot Height iv) Water Poly Segment v) Water Virtual Flow The DEM is used for mapping hydrologic features (e.g. watersheds, stream networks) and is an essential data layer for surface water and groundwater flow modelling. The Provincial DEM is also used for a broad range of studies related to the fields of hydrology, forestry, ecology and climatology.</p>Fri, 27 Jan 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//DEM2006flt.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBird200507PSTCjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery - Source Water Protection: Pan sharpened imagery, true colour<p>The Source Water Protection QuickBird Imagery Project constitutes a high-resolution satellite imagery data set for approximately 120,000 km2 in the Province of Ontario. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) by Digital Globe, Inc. </p> <p>Pansharpened images (60 - 70 cm true colour composites) are required for mapping applications that require high-resolution background imagery. Additional image derivatives, such as enhanced Multispectral and Greyscale (Panchromatic) products (GeoTIFF and MrSID formats) may also be generated depending on requirements. Raw (Basic-1B) imagery was secured from Digital Globe to ensure that the orthorectification process could be conducted under the supervision of OMNR staff, with an adherence to the geospatial standards of the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS).</p>Fri, 27 Jan 2012 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBird200507PSTCjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBird200507MSFCjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery - Source Water Protection: Multi-spectral imagery, false colour<p>The Source Water Protection QuickBird Imagery Project constitutes a high-resolution satellite imagery data set for approximately 120,000 km2 in the Province of Ontario. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) by Digital Globe, Inc. </p> <p>Pansharpened images (60 - 70 cm true colour composites) are required for mapping applications that require high-resolution background imagery. Additional image derivatives, such as enhanced Multispectral and Greyscale (Panchromatic) products (GeoTIFF and MrSID formats) may also be generated depending on requirements. Raw (Basic-1B) imagery was secured from Digital Globe to ensure that the orthorectification process could be conducted under the supervision of OMNR staff, with an adherence to the geospatial standards of the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS).</p>Thu, 24 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBird200507MSFCjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBird200507MSTCjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery - Source Water Protection: Multi-spectral imagery, true colour<p>The Source Water Protection QuickBird Imagery Project constitutes a high-resolution satellite imagery data set for approximately 120,000 km2 in the Province of Ontario. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) by Digital Globe, Inc. </p> <p>Pansharpened images (60 - 70 cm true colour composites) are required for mapping applications that require high-resolution background imagery. Additional image derivatives, such as enhanced Multispectral and Greyscale (Panchromatic) products (GeoTIFF and MrSID formats) may also be generated depending on requirements. Raw (Basic-1B) imagery was secured from Digital Globe to ensure that the orthorectification process could be conducted under the supervision of OMNR staff, with an adherence to the geospatial standards of the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS).</p>Thu, 24 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBird200507MSTCjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBird200507PSFCjp2.xmlQuickBird Satellite Imagery - Source Water Protection: Pan sharpened imagery, false colour<p>The Source Water Protection QuickBird Imagery Project constitutes a high-resolution satellite imagery data set for approximately 120,000 km2 in the Province of Ontario. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) by Digital Globe, Inc. </p> <p>Pansharpened images (60 - 70 cm true colour composites) are required for mapping applications that require high-resolution background imagery. Additional image derivatives, such as enhanced Multispectral and Greyscale (Panchromatic) products (GeoTIFF and MrSID formats) may also be generated depending on requirements. Raw (Basic-1B) imagery was secured from Digital Globe to ensure that the orthorectification process could be conducted under the supervision of OMNR staff, with an adherence to the geospatial standards of the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS).</p>Thu, 24 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBird200507PSFCjp2.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_QuickBird200507PANjp2QuickBird Satellite Imagery - Source Water Protection: Panchromatic imagery, greyscale<p>The Source Water Protection QuickBird Imagery Project constitutes a high-resolution satellite imagery data set for approximately 120,000 km2 in the Province of Ontario. This data consists of orthorectified image derivatives from the Level Basic-1B bundled imagery provided to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) by Digital Globe, Inc. </p> <p>Pansharpened images (60 - 70 cm true colour composites) are required for mapping applications that require high-resolution background imagery. Additional image derivatives, such as enhanced Multispectral and Greyscale (Panchromatic) products (GeoTIFF and MrSID formats) may also be generated depending on requirements. Raw (Basic-1B) imagery was secured from Digital Globe to ensure that the orthorectification process could be conducted under the supervision of OMNR staff, with an adherence to the geospatial standards of the Natural Resources Values Information System (NRVIS).</p>Thu, 24 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_QuickBird200507PANjp2;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_SLIN.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Shoreline<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The derived line between water and land. This class is derived from waterbody and used for cartographic purposes and web mapping services.</p><p> Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.</p>Tue, 8 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_SLIN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_WBDY.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Waterbody<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Water bodies are polygon features (natural and manmade) that describe various realizations of surface water at a medium scale of 1:10K in Southern Ontario, 1:20K in Northern Ontario and 1:50K in the Far North.</p><p> Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.</p>Tue, 8 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_WBDY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_HPT.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Hydrographic Point<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>Natural or manmade features that occur on waterbodies or watercourses which may pose hazards or impediments to waterflow or navigation. Some features are represented as all three types, point, line and polygon for use at different scales while other features are represented only as points or lines or polygons.</p> <p> · Falls - A perpendicular or steep drop in a body of water over which water flows. </p> <p>· Rapids - A fast-flowing, often turbulent, section of a body of water, generally containing exposed rocks or boulders.</p> <p> · Rocks - A rock or earthen formation always visible above the water surface. </p> <p>· Dam - A feature representing an obstacle that disturbs or impedes the flow of surface water, excluding beaver dams, water-crossings and culverts. </p> <p>· Hydro Wall - A manmade structure built in a waterbody and possibly extending onshore, or built along a waterbody forming the shoreline, that does not allow water to pass under it, but allows water to pass around it. Hydro walls may extend along and/or may be contained within a waterbody, and may include wharfs, docks, piers, jetties, headwalls, groynes, locks, berms or embankments.</p> <p>· Lock-Gate - A gate on a navigable canal used to raise or lower the water level so that boats may pass from one level to another. </p> <p>· Sea Lamprey Barrier - A feature on a watercourse or waterbody that forms a barrier (either electrical or physical) to the migration of Sea Lamprey. </p> <p>· Wreck - The remains of a grounded ship that is partially above the water surface. </p><p> Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.</p>Tue, 8 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_HPT.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_HPOLY.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Hydrographic Polygon<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>Natural or manmade features that occur on waterbodies or watercourses which may pose hazards or impediments to waterflow or navigation. Some features are represented as all three types, point, line and polygon for use at different scales while other features are represented only as points or lines or polygons.</p> <p> · Falls - A perpendicular or steep drop in a body of water over which water flows. </p> <p>· Rapids - A fast-flowing, often turbulent, section of a body of water, generally containing exposed rocks or boulders.</p> <p> · Rocks - A rock or earthen formation always visible above the water surface. </p> <p>· Dam - A feature representing an obstacle that disturbs or impedes the flow of surface water, excluding beaver dams, water-crossings and culverts. </p> <p>· Hydro Wall - A manmade structure built in a waterbody and possibly extending onshore, or built along a waterbody forming the shoreline, that does not allow water to pass under it, but allows water to pass around it. Hydro walls may extend along and/or may be contained within a waterbody, and may include wharfs, docks, piers, jetties, headwalls, groynes, locks, berms or embankments.</p> <p>· Lock-Gate - A gate on a navigable canal used to raise or lower the water level so that boats may pass from one level to another. </p> <p>· Sea Lamprey Barrier - A feature on a watercourse or waterbody that forms a barrier (either electrical or physical) to the migration of Sea Lamprey. </p> <p>· Wreck - The remains of a grounded ship that is partially above the water surface. </p><p> Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.</p>Tue, 8 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_HPOLY.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_WCRS.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Watercourse<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>Watercourse are line features (natural and manmade) that describe various realizations of flowing water at a medium scale of 1:10K in Southern Ontario, 1:20K in Northern Ontario and 1:50K in the Far North.</p><p> Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.</p>Tue, 8 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_WCRS.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/Contour.xmlContours<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse. </p> <p>The Contour data class consists of linear segments that connect contiguous points of the same elevation that are compiled and used to describe terrain relief. Includes: Contour Land Contour Land Approximate Contour Land Auxiliary/Interpolated Contour Land Depression In southern Ontario the contour interval is 5 meters. In the near north the contour interval is 10 meters. In the far north the contour interval varies dependent on the source of the information.</p>Tue, 1 Nov 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//Contour.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_OHN_HLIN.xmlOntario Hydro Network (OHN) - Hydrographic Line<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse</p> <p>Natural or manmade features that occur on waterbodies or watercourses which may pose hazards or impediments to waterflow or navigation. Some features are represented as all three types, point, line and polygon for use at different scales while other features are represented only as points or lines or polygons.</p> <p> · Falls - A perpendicular or steep drop in a body of water over which water flows. </p> <p>· Rapids - A fast-flowing, often turbulent, section of a body of water, generally containing exposed rocks or boulders.</p> <p> · Rocks - A rock or earthen formation always visible above the water surface. </p> <p>· Dam - A feature representing an obstacle that disturbs or impedes the flow of surface water, excluding beaver dams, water-crossings and culverts. </p> <p>· Hydro Wall - A manmade structure built in a waterbody and possibly extending onshore, or built along a waterbody forming the shoreline, that does not allow water to pass under it, but allows water to pass around it. Hydro walls may extend along and/or may be contained within a waterbody, and may include wharfs, docks, piers, jetties, headwalls, groynes, locks, berms or embankments.</p> <p>· Lock-Gate - A gate on a navigable canal used to raise or lower the water level so that boats may pass from one level to another. </p> <p>· Sea Lamprey Barrier - A feature on a watercourse or waterbody that forms a barrier (either electrical or physical) to the migration of Sea Lamprey. </p> <p>· Wreck - The remains of a grounded ship that is partially above the water surface. </p><p> Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.</p>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_OHN/_HLIN.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_SOILOMAF_tablejoin.xmlSoil Survey Complex<p> Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.</p> <p>The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, in cooperation with the Ministry of Natural Resources, are compiling a high quality, detailed, geo-spatial soils database for Southern Ontario. This new database consolidates the existing digital soil data mapped on a county basis onto a digitally stitched and standardized product. </p><p>Soil surveys were conducted on a county by county basis in agricultural Southern Ontario beginning in 1929 and continuing to the present day. The original survey data has been aligned to the Ontario digital base and adjacent surveys have been edgematched to remove gaps and overlaps.</p> <p>The data standard for soil surveys is aligned to be consistent with a national framework. The Detailed Soil Survey data for Ontario classified according to federal standard (CANSIS). Currently Soil Map Units are differentiated by province and soil survey. Over time, these will become more generatlized to provide a standard classification across surveys within the province. Some Soil Map Units use older OSIS classification but over time their soil types will be described via the more comprehensive CANSIS system.</p>Thu, 27 Oct 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_SOILOMAF/_tablejoin.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_GTA2007MrSID.xmlGreater Toronto Area (GTA) Orthophotography Project 2007<p>Data set consists of over 6000 one-square-kilometer tiles of orthorectified colour imagery for the Greater Toronto Area. The imagery features 15 cm pixels for Hamilton, Halton, Mississauga and Toronto, and 20 cm pixels for Brampton and York Region. The imagery was flown in the spring of 2007.</p>Wed, 14 Sep 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_GTA2007MrSID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled/NAP/OGDE_Ottawa2005MrSID.xmlCity of Ottawa Orthophotography, 2005<p>The City of Ottawa aerial photography cover the City of Ottawa and extend across the river to include Aylmer, Hull and Gatineau. These photos were taken in the summer of 2005. The 2005 photos have a spatial resolution of 20 cm.</p><p>Every three years, the City of Ottawa (formerly the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton) has acquired a full contiguous set of 1:15000 scale aerial photographs across the region. Starting in 1999 with a photo-mosaic and then in 2002 with a full ortho-corrected image, these photographs are assembled into a seamless set of images. </p>Wed, 14 Sep 2011 08:00:00 ESTOntario Ministry of Natural Resourceshttp://geo1.scholarsportal.info/#r/search/_queries@=//NAP//OGDE/_Ottawa2005MrSID.xml;&fields@=URI;&sort=relevance&limit=entitled