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Found 10 records similar to NCC Greenbelt Land use designations 2013
Described in the Gatineau Park Master plan (2021), the land use designations are the authorized activities or uses in a given area. They support the implementation of the park’s vision and goals. They also ensure that interventions and activities are spatially and functionally consistent.
Delimited area of the Greenbelt as of 2013.
Identification of the NCC's public picnic areas. Picnic tables present, some larger locations have shelters.
In the Capital Urban Lands Plan (2015), Land designations identify the desired uses for federal urban lands in relation to the role they play for the Capital in a given location. Each land designation provides policy direction for an ensemble of sites that serve similar functions.
The outer boundary of the Greenbelt Area as defined by Ontario Regulation 59/05. The outer boundaries of Greenbelt area includes lands within the: * Niagara Escarpment Plan Area * Oak Ridges Moraine Area * lands designated as Protected Countryside * lands designated as Urban River Valley
General information on the location of towns and villages (settlement areas) in the countryside areas protected by Greenbelt plan. For precise boundaries and locations of settlement areas, the appropriate municipality should be consulted.
Study area of the Capital Urban Lands Plan as of 2015.
Delimited area of the Core Area Sector Plan as of 2005.
In celebration of the tremendous diversity of tree species that tell the story of our culture and history, the NCC released in September 2020 a compilation of close to 170 remarkable trees across Canada’s Capital region entitled A Living Legacy: Remarkable Trees of Canada’s Capital.
An interactive map and downloadable book are available for free on the NCC’s website and will allow the public to discover distinctive features of these trees, revealing a story of the beauty of our natural heritage through the rich diversity of species thriving within Canada’s Capital. This compilation features trees according to their commonalities, which can include their physical relationship with the land, the fact that they were a source of food for Indigenous peoples, or for their contribution to the forest industry.
Point representing each of the parking lots under the maintenance and management of the NCC.