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Found 10 records similar to Forest Tenure Road Section Amendment
Uniquely identifies a 75 metre wide road tenure. This layer uses the centre line from the application and is buffered 37.5 metres either side. This layer does not represent the actual road on the ground. It represents where the application area is
This is a spatial layer showing Ministry of Forests Free Use Permits. These are permits issued by the Ministry that authorize the permittee to cut and use Crown timber without charge. The permit is confined to a small area and for short durations of time.
A spatial representation for non-road special use permits
Information about the hauling permission for a timber tenure. For some Road Permits and Licences to Cut, no hauling permission is granted.
This spatial layer displays Range Tenures (grazing and hay cutting licence and permits) administered by the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations. A Range Tenure is an area of Crown rangeland where a Range Act tenure applies. Tenure holders access a defined amount of forage through grazing (measured in Animal Unit Months) or hay (tonnage). Range Tenures apply only to Crown Land.
When people from around the world apply for a visitor visa, study or work permit, or permanent residence, they need to give their fingerprints and a photo, known as biometrics. Just recently, the Government of Canada (GC) made it easier for foreign nationals to provide biometrics when applying from within Canada to extend or renew their visitor visa or work or study permit. What happens after people give their biometrics? How does the data get stored and shared among the different GC departments that play a role in this process?
Companies or organizations who take over 50,000 litres of water/day from a lake, river, stream or groundwater source, must obtain a Permit to Take Water from the Ministry of the Environment -with a few exceptions. Permit holders are legally required to record how much water they take each day. Data includes: * purpose * location * water source (e.g., ground or surface) * maximum amount allowed per day * permit number * expiry date of the permit Permitted water-taking map Create a map for a water-taking application
This is a spatial layer that reflects operational activities for harvesting authorities. The harvesting authority is a legal area cleared by the Ministry of Forests and Range (that is, no other claims for the land exist) for harvesting purposes. This corresponds to the outlined areas on the Exhibit A maps. The Forest Tenures Section (FTS) is responsible for the creation and maintenance of digital Forest Atlas files for the province of British Columbia encompassing Forest and Range Act Tenures.
Describes closed land use applications and permits required under the Territorial Lands (Yukon) Act 2003/51 Land Use Regulation for the purpose of permitting /any work or undertaking on territorial lands/.
Annual vehicle registrations, by type of vehicle (road motor vehicles, trailers, off-road, construction and farm vehicles).