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The major projects inventory provides a snapshot of major natural resource projects currently under construction or for which construction is planned to be initiated in the next 10 years. The inventory includes major projects that increase, extend or improve natural resource production in Canada, including new extraction projects, infrastructure projects and major processing facilities. Large expansion projects are also included in the inventory. DISCLAIMER: Data is sourced from federal, provincial, and territorial databases, publicly accessible websites, and other sources, including CANOILS.
This Inventory lists projects in Alberta, valued at $5 million or greater, that have recently been completed, are currently under construction, or are proposed to start construction within two years. Not all projects over this threshold are listed due to reasons of confidentiality and/or due to information not being available at the time of printing
This dataset includes all MPMO projects at various stages in the review process, including those that are currently undergoing review and those that have completed a review.
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This report presents the findings of the evaluation of the RADARSAT-2 Major Crown Project (MCP). The evaluation was undertaken to respond to the requirements for an evaluation of the project as outlined in the Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) policies on Project Management and on the Management of Major Crown Projects. The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) engaged Government Consulting Services (GCS) to undertake the evaluation.
The Major Projects Inventory (MPI), which is published quarterly, lists all major projects that are proposed, planned or underway in British Columbia. These are projects with a capital cost of at least $20 million each within the Lower Mainland and projects valued at $15 million or more in the rest of B.C. This is a point layer. To view the Major Projects Inventory in the BC Economic Atlas click here
Spatial distribution of the relative occurrence of northern wolffish in the annual DFO groundfish research surveys conducted by the Québec (1978-2008) and Gulf (1971-2008) regions. Catch and effort data were aggregated by 100 km² cells. The probability of catching an northern wolffish in a set and within a cell (relative occurrence) was calculated as the ratio of the number of sets in which a species was recorded and the total number of sets made. This method allows the mapping of catch and effort for numerous time series based on data from different programs in both the whole study area (research surveys and Sentinel Fisheries using bottom trawls and a random stratified design) or in specific areas within the Gulf.
This dataset contains primary processing facilities (e.g., smelters and refineries), mines and advanced projects related to Canada’s 31 critical minerals. Advanced projects are those with mineral reserves or resources (measured or indicated), the potential viability of which is supported by a preliminary economic assessment or a prefeasibility/feasibility study. These sites process, produce or consider producing at least one of Canada's critical minerals, but other minerals and metals may also be present. This dataset contains links that direct to non-Government of Canada websites that are not subject to the Privacy Act, the Official Languages Act or the Standard on Web Accessibility.
This dataset consists of a set of polygons that represent the drainage areas of active discharge stations within the Western and Northern Hudson Bay Drainage Area. In partnership with the provinces, territories and other agencies, the Water Survey of Canada (WSC) operates a network of over 2600 active hydrometric gauges across the country. The NHS Basin Polygon dataset is compilation of datasets collected from a number of contributing agencies, including provinces, territories and other government departments. Environment and Climate Change Canada staff in a number of offices across the country is also responsible for the derivation of large parts of the dataset.
Details the administration, exploration, and development of Canada’s northern oil and gas resources in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and the northern offshore. It describes activities, management, exploration, development and production, and royalties. Includes tables and figures.