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This table provides the current expenditure forecast for each statutory authority within a department or agency, for which a financial requirement has been identified.
This table contains 325 series, with data for years 1981 - 2009 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and was last released on 2012-11-19. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (16 items: Canada; Newfoundland and Labrador; Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island ...), Estimates (22 items: Total direct taxes; persons; Total federal; Income taxes; Succession duties and estate taxes ...).
"The Glacier Atlas of Canada is a collection of maps produced as part of the Canadian Glacier Inventory Project. This project was initiated as part of Canada's contribution to the International Hydrological Decade (1965 to 1974). Although publication of this map series was suspended in the mid-seventies and gaps remain to be filled for some coverage areas, what has been created for this series thus far should prove useful in some aspects of glacier research. These map plates display glaciers and glacier regions.
Elevation data (LiDAR) was captured for a select group of 1:2000 scale map sheets covering the Town of Lockeport. This LiDAR data has not been classified and is a raw data record of all the returns from the LiDAR sensor. The nominal point spacing of the returns is 1 point per metre. The area collected is a total of five 1:2000 scale map sheet windows for a total coverage of approximately 14 square kilometres.
This data set applies to vehicles with valid licence plates only and are recorded as of April 1. All blank fields – data not available.
The AIRS end use code must be submitted in the commodity details section of the declaration as per the rules in the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document (ECCRD), the CFIA appendix, and AIRS.
Persons in low income families by low income lines (number, percentage and gap ratio).
Permafrost loss is pervasive across northern circumpolar regions. The loss of frozen ground has profound impacts on water resources at varying spatial and temporal scales via changes to predominant hydrological processes, runoff pathways and entrainment rates of solutes and sediments. Consensus exists that permafrost loss will continue, and rates will vary spatially, but how hydrology and biogeochemistry will respond across large swaths of land remains largely unknown. Previous research elucidated small-scale processes or described circumpolar trends, with minimal cross-scale research.
Freshwater mussels contribute important ecological functions to aquatic systems. The water filtered by mussel assemblages can improve water quality, and the mixing of sediments by burrowing mussels can improve oxygen content and release nutrients. However, nearly 70 percent of North American freshwater mussel species are listed as either endangered, threatened, or in decline. In Ontario, 28 species are in decline or in need of protection.
Personal income tax is collected annually from Ontario residents and those who earned income in the province. The tax is calculated separately from federal income tax. There are 5 Ontario income tax brackets and 5 corresponding tax rates. For an explanation of these rates and credits, refer to the federal and provincial personal income tax return for the applicable year.