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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.
There are currently 4 designations: * Niagara Escarpment Plan * Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan * protected countryside * Urban River Valley
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.
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.
This dataset shows the boundaries of systems of natural heritage features and areas, lands and waters that support connectivity and have significant ecological value. It includes areas defined in provincial plans such as the: * Greenbelt Plan * Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan * Niagara Escarpment Plan * Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe This dataset does not include modifications to systems made by municipal governments as part of their official plans.
The purpose of this dataset is to depict the boundaries of the Niagara Escarpment Plan. The outer boundary of the area covered by the Niagara Escarpment Plan is fixed and inflexible. It can only be changed by a plan amendment. It is formed by a combination of features like: * roads * railways * electrical transmission lines * municipal and property boundaries * lot lines * rivers * other topographic features More information
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs has created business, agri-food, and farm data profiles for: * each region in the province (Central, Eastern, Western, Southern, and Northern Ontario) * each county within regions * each township within counties * specific geographies in Ontario (the Golden Horseshoe, Greater Toronto Area, Greater Golden Horseshoe Area, and Greenbelt) The profiles contain statistical data such as: * population and employment profiles * number of businesses and agri-food businesses by employment range * estimated local food consumption and production * complete Census of Agriculture information including number of farms, area of farms, major commodities grown, and livestock numbers in Ontario
Get mapping data related to the Northwest Greater Toronto Area Transmission Corridor Identification Study. In June 2019, the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines along with Ontario’s electricity system planner, the Independent Electricity System Operator, launched the Northwest GTA Transmission Corridor Identification Study to identify an appropriate corridor of land for use by future power lines if and when the need arises. The shapefiles available for download outline the outer boundaries for: * the Northwest GTA Transmission Corridor Identification Study area, announced in June 2019 * the Northwest GTA Transmission Corridor Narrowed Area of Interest, announced in September 2019 * The Northwest GTA Transmission Corridor 2020 Narrowed Area of Interest, announced in November 2020
Depicts the internal boundaries of the Niagara Escarpment Plan area. The 7 land use designations are: * escarpment natural area * escarpment protection area * escarpment rural area * minor urban centre * urban area * escarpment recreation area * mineral resource extraction area The land use designations represent the internal boundaries between designations within the Niagara Escarpment Plan. These internal boundaries are not intended to be site-specific and should not be used for accurate measurements. The exact delineation of designation boundaries on specific sites will be done by the implementing body through the application of the designation criteria as outlined in Part 1 of the Niagara Escarpment Plan, utilizing the most detailed or up-to-date information available and site inspection.
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.