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The Municipal District dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent Municipal Districts in Alberta. Municipal District is a municipality type defined under the authority of the Municipal Government Act. The formation of a Municipal District occur when a majority of the buildings used as dwellings are on parcels of land with an area of at least 1850 square meters and there is a population of 1000 or more. A municipal district is a government form in rural areas of the province.
The Culture Point dataset is comprised of all the points that represent Hamlets, Localities and Townsites in Alberta. The formation of a Hamlet can occur if there are 5 or more buildings used as dwellings with a majority of which are on parcels of land smaller than 1850 square metres, has a generally accepted boundary and name and contains parcels of land that are used for non-residential purposes. Hamlet is an unincorporated community that can be designated by the council of Municipal District or Specialized Municipality within their boundaries, or by the Minister of Municipal Affairs within the boundaries of an Improvement District. Locality is an unincorporated place or an area with scattered population.
Business Improvement polygons are a graphical representation of the BIA boundaries as defined in the Business Improvement Areas Act with an associated BIA name attribute.
This dataset delineates the municipal polling districts for towns and rural, district, county and regional municipalities.
The Fish and Wildlife Enforcement District dataset is comprised of the polygons representing Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Districts in Alberta. Alberta Justice and Solicitor General, Government of Alberta, manages the Fish and Wildlife enforcement services to provide the public and other government departments' information regarding the locations of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Districts throughout the province.
Local service district polygons are a graphical representation of the local service district boundaries as defined in the Local Service Districts Regulation - Municipalities Act with an associated LSD place name attribute.
The Cannabis Act came into force on October 17, 2018. Since that date, new regulations have replaced the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). Some changes have been made to improve patient access.
Learn about what Health Canada is doing to improve the food environment in Canada, and make it easier for Canadians to make healthier choices, as well as our other accomplishments in 2020.
A geographic boundary of Public Work's districts, which are used in allocating operational resources. Each district is managed by a District Director. Each district is divided into 3-4 management areas, and each management area is divided into 2-7 operational zones.
Improved reprocessing data of the IRAS Survey (IRIS) collection held in the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre (CADC).