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A tsunami is a sea wave or series of waves produced by large disturbances of the sea floor that are of relatively short duration. Such disturbances cause the water column to move vertically and the resulting wave energy to spread outwards across the ocean surface at high speed. Although tsunami occurrences in Canada are rare, they do occur and can cause major damage and loss of life. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, there has been one tsunami reported about every fifteen to twenty years in Canada.
Contained within the Atlas of Canada Poster Map Series, is a poster showing natural hazards in Canada. The two-sided poster map provides an overview of Canadian catastrophes over space and time. Major Canadian natural hazards including earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, avalanches, tornadoes and floods are documented graphically from 1663 until 1991. Explanations of each hazard help the reader understand it within the context of other Canadian events throughout history.
Fisheries Information Summary System (FISS) layer of Historic (pre 2001) Fish Distribution Zones of BC streams. Includes salmonid rearing and spawning zones. Georeferenced to the stream centreline network layer of the 1:50,000 scale BC Watershed Atlas.
COVID Alert is Canada's free exposure notification application. COVID Alert helps us break the cycle of infection. The application can let people know of possible exposures before any symptoms appear.
Portions of Universal Transverse Mercator Zones 7 - 12 which cover British Columbia, Northern Hemisphere only, formed into polygons, in BC Albers projection
Polygon features showing ground water quality zones of specific conductance values in BC. Does not represent current or historic conditions. Retained for demonstration purposes. Do not use for any practical purpose
This file is produced by the Transportation Division of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC). It contains basic information summarizing notices of defect and other company notifications submitted to ECCC. The purpose of the file is to disseminate information pertaining to emission-related issues on vehicles, vessels, and engines. It does do not imply any position on the part of ECCC with regard to these notices of defect and other company notifications.
The Amendment and Notification Form (ANF) is the exclusive form to be used for submitting post licensing changes for a licensed natural health product (NHP) to the Natural and Non-prescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD).
Current Limited Entry Hunting (LEH) Zones polygons are hunting opportunities created via a lottery, and the details are found in the LEH Synopsis. Participation in the LEH draw is available to any resident of BC who legally possesses a BC Resident Hunter Number. The purpose of Limited Entry Hunting is to achieve wildlife management objectives without resorting to such measures as shortening seasons or completely closing areas. It is only introduced where it has become necessary to limit the number of hunters, limit the number of animals that may be taken, or limit the harvest to a certain class of animal.
This Guideline provides comprehensive guidance on how to complete and submit a notification report and, where exposure or laboratory acquired infections/intoxications (LAIs) is concerned, a subsequent follow-up report to the Public Health Agency of Canada in accordance with requirements in the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act and Regulations and the Canadian Biosafety Standard.