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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.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows four condensed maps of non-ferrous metal mines, including refineries, smelters and reduction works that were in production or coming into production in Eastern Canada circa 1955. As production figures for individual mines were not available, an attempt was made to convey their relative importance by showing the ore mill capacities. The metallurgical industries associated with non-ferrous metal mining convert most of the ore produced into metal in Canada but there were some exceptions. No lithium metal was produced in Canada, while the product of the lithium mine in Quebec was shipped as spodumene concentrates; similarly, the product of the molybdenum mine in Quebec was shipped as molybdenum concentrates.
Tax interest is compounded daily and interest rates are reset every 3 months. Note: Provincial land tax interest rates are not reset every three months. Provincial land tax interest rates are summarized on the provincial land tax webpage. Interest rates do not apply to the Estate Administration Tax Act, 1998.
STESCANNEDMAPBOUNDARYSP includes an index of the mapsheet grid location of Soils, Terrain, Ecosystems and related scanned maps (including Agriculture Capability and Climate Capability maps). These maps are intended for on-screen viewing or printing. The majority of the maps have been geo-referenced. Mapping may not cover the whole map grid area.
The following standard is used to evaluate Parks Canada Agency’s goal to manage wildland fire and conduct prescribed fire activities to restore and maintain the ecological integrity of park lands. A 20% natural fire cycle is the set percentage that allows fire to play a role as a natural disturbance in ecosystems while being realistic and achievable considering physical and financial constraints, the variability in wildland fire regimes in MRGNP and the need to balance public safety. The 20% long term average was obtained by analysing the variation in area burned in national parks of different sizes, fire regimes and recent wildland fire management history. This area burn target should be achievable and maintained on a yearly basis, irrespective of wildland fire activity in the period of analysis.
This table contains 44 series, with data for years 1997/1998 - 2004/2005 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and is no longer being released. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (1 item: Canada), Company size (4 items: Total, all sizes of companies; Small size companies; Medium size companies; Large size companies), Primary intended markets (11 items: Total revenue, film, video and audio-visual distribution and videocassettes wholesaling companies; Total film, video and audio-visual distribution revenue, domestic and exports (foreign clients); Domestic market, film, video and audio-visual distribution revenue; Theatrical distribution revenue; ...).
In 2010, for the Alberta Geological Survey Saline Aquifer Mapping Project, we collected and analyzed 38 water samples from oil wells producing from geological units, including the Glauconitic, Ostracod, Ellerslie, Banff, Wabamun, Nisku, Leduc and Cooking Lake, within 100 km of Edmonton, Alberta. We analyzed filtered water samples for pH, density and specific conductance. oxygen, hydrogen and strontium isotopes. and dissolved constituents, including sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, barium, strontium, lithium, iron, manganese, chloride, bromide, sulphate, sulphide, silica and inorganic carbon.
VIDEO FLIGHT POINTS are a specific GPS spatial point recorded during the video taping of the shoreline. They are represented by a specific latitude and longitude taken at a specific date and time. They are associated with a specific VIDEO SEGMENT and link to online Youtube video of the recorded flight.
This document describes the approach that the Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) will use for identifying pesticides that cause common toxic effects by common mechanisms of toxicity.
Borehole geophysical log number NS-EK-ET-89221. Located in East Kemtpville, NS.