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Found 10 records similar to Coastal BC Recreational Craft Cruising Routes
Routes that cruise ships travel off the coast of BC
The location of coastal British Columbia marine and freshwater kayaking routes
The locations of coastal ferry routes in British Columbia. This includes ferries in coastal waters like BC Ferries, barges, water taxis, etc. but does not include freshwater ferries on inland rivers or lakes.
Number of cruise ship passenger visitors. Dataset broken down by the Port of Halifax and Port of Sydney. Data is reported quarterly.
Map of harbours critical to fishing and aquaculture industries managed by harbour authorities (Core fishing harbours), harbours that support fishing and aquaculture industries that aren’t managed by harbour authorities (Non-core fishing harbours), and harbours that support the recreational community (Recreational harbours).
The spatial representation of a recreation feature. This can be either a recreation reserve, recreation site, or an interpretative forest
Stream routes. Each stream channel is represented by a single line. Derived from the Stream Centreline Network Spatial layer and based on the 1:50,000 scale Canadian National Topographic Series of Maps.
This is a spatial layer showing Ministry of Forests Recreation Lines. These are the linear spatial representation for features such as recreation trails
The RFI identifies areas of land and water encircling a recreation feature or combination of features that support, or have the potential to support, one or more recreation activities. These areas are rated for their significance or importance to recreation and for their sensitivity to alteration
This data set contains a small sub-set of the WHSEFORESTTENURE.FTENRECREATIONPOLYSVW layer, in point form, with minimal attribution for the purpose of displaying a select set of high value recreation sites. For access to complete listing of Forest Recreation sites please use Recreation Polygons WHSEFORESTTENURE.FTENRECREATIONPOLYSVW