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Found 10 records similar to Greenbelt river valley connections
There are currently 4 designations: * Niagara Escarpment Plan * Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan * protected countryside * Urban River Valley
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
Hamlets are smaller settlement areas identified in municipal official plans, generally without municipal water and sewer servicing. For precise boundaries and locations of hamlets, the appropriate municipality should be consulted.
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.
Geographic Information System (GIS) data with the following mapping layers from the Greenbelt Plan: * outer boundaries * protected countryside and urban river valley designations * specialty crop areas (Niagara tender fruit, grape area and Holland Marsh) * settlement areas (towns, villages and hamlets) * river valley connections. The data also contains associated policy designation mapping.
Shows areas where the health and prevalence of caribou can be linked to the attributes of the land that supports them. Ontario's Woodland Caribou Recovery Strategy (2008) provides advice and recommendations on the approaches needed for the recovery of Woodland Caribou. The strategy recommends the identification of ranges and local populations to: * maintain existing, self-sustaining, genetically-connected local populations of caribou * ensure security for and (reproductive) connections among currently isolated mainland caribou * re-establish caribou in strategic areas to create self-sustaining local populations and ensure connectivity Instructions for downloading this dataset: * select the link below and scroll down the metadata record page until you find Transfer Options in the Distribution Information section, * select the link beside the Data for download label, * you must provide your name, organization and email address in order to access the dataset This product requires the use of GIS software. *[GIS]: geographic information system
Site Regions and Site Districts of Ontario represent an early Ecological Land Classification (ELC) system originally developed by Angus Hills. This dataset was revised by the ELC Working Group in 2000 to better reflect new information and new technology. The Site Regions of Ontario was used for descriptive, planning, and resource management purposes. This upper level in its hierarchy was most useful for provincial and regional roll-ups of data and for strategic planning.
The data contains the following mapping layers from the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan: * Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan outer boundary * Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan designations, including: * natural core area * natural linkage area * countryside area * rural settlement * Palgrave Estates residential community * settlement area The data also contains associated policy designation mapping.
A single-tier municipality doesn't form part of an upper-tier municipality and assumes all municipal responsibilities set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation. A lower-tier municipality forms part of an upper-tier municipality. Municipal responsibilities set out under the Municipal Act and other Provincial legislation are split between the upper-tier and lower-tier municipalities.
One of the action items of the Sustainable Transportation Strategy, was to develop a grant program focused on providing funds to communities for sustainable transportation related projects. The grant program, Nova Scotia Moves was launched in 2012/2013 and went on for 2 fiscal years after that. It was restructured and renamed to Connect2 in 2015/2016.