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Contained within the 2nd Edition (1915) of the Atlas of Canada is a plate map that shows 2 maps. The first map shows the origin of the population in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, circa 1911. The second map shows the origin of the population in British Columbia and Alberta, circa 1911A varying number of ethnic groups are shown, but always included are: English, Scotch [Scottish], Irish, French and German. People of British origin predominate in all provinces, except Quebec, where the French predominate.
Vinyl chloride is primarily a synthetic chemical. It can enter drinking water through leaching from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes, from industrial discharges from chemical and latex manufacturing plants, or as a result of the biodegradation of synthetic solvents. This guideline technical document reviews and assesses all identified health risks associated with vinyl chloride in drinking water, incorporating all relevant routes of exposure from drinking water.
The Prairie Soil Zones file shows the general distribution of major soil zones across the Prairie region of Canada. Soil zones (based on the Canadian System of Soil Classification) are named based on the dominant soil classification of the soils in each zone. Data extent is limited to the Agricultural Zone as defined in Soil Landscapes of Canada v 3.0 (Lefebvre et al. 2005).
Emergency department surveillance of injuries and head injuries associated with baseball, football, soccer and ice hockey, children and youth, ages 5 to 18 years, 2004 to 2014
Canada's current account covers international transactions in goods, services, compensation of employees, investment income and secondary income (current transfers). Canada's capital account covers international capital transfers and transactions in non-produced non-financial assets. Quarterly data are available for 6 countries/regions and for all countries aggregated.
The purpose of the Fish, Seafood and Production Division is to develop and promote appropriate product and process standards that contribute to the achievement of acceptable quality, safety and identity of fish and seafood products, and to provide reasonable assurance of compliance with these standards.
The International Map of the World (IMW) series provided uniform coverage of the World at the scale of 1:1,000,000 according to United Nations specifications.
Sand bodies within the Sunchild aquifer subcrop over most of its extent, and because overlying Neogene sediment is relatively thin in the western part of the Paskapoo Formation, the unit expresses itself as the present-day topography. Constructing the Sunchild aquifer-thickness map was somewhat problematic because of the difficulty of mapping the step-like distribution and connection of sand bodies that, in places, are laterally adjacent to muddy intervals. The resultant isopach was generated by subtracting the Lacombe Member surface from the Sunchild surface to yield an approximation of Sunchild aquifer thickness. The Sunchild aquifer thickens from less than 50 m in the east to more than 300 m to the west.