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Here is a selection of web services displaying the geographic boundaries of the most common administrative and statistical areas published by Statistics Canada. Administrative areas are defined, with a few exceptions, by federal and provincial statutes and are adopted by Statistics Canada to support the collection and dissemination of data. Administrative areas supported by Statistics Canada include:
Province and territory (PR)
Federal electoral district (FED)
Census division (CD)
Census subdivision (CSD)
Designated place (DPL)
Statistical areas are defined by Statistics Canada to support the dissemination of data. They are created according to a set of rules based on geographic attributes and one or more characteristics of the resident population.
The Native Prairie Vegetation Inventory (NPVI) Polygons is a quarter section-based vegetation inventory that covers the southern part of Alberta. The native prairie is defined in the Native Prairie Conservation Action Plan as an area of unbroken grassland or parkland dominated by non-introduced species, and an area of previously broken grassland that has reverted back to natural vegetation (30 to 60 years). The Native Prairie Vegetation Inventory extends beyond the Grasslands Natural Region to include data for adjacent areas, such as the Cypress Hills. In addition to the Grassland Natural Region, the Native Prairie Vegetation Inventory (NPVI) Polygons include areas that belong to the Foothills Parkland, Central Parkland, Montane, Dry Mixedwood Boreal and Lower Foothills Natural Subregions.
This review focused on whether federal departments and agencies contributed to the goal of safe and healthy communities set out in the 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy. Federal departments and agencies that contribute to this goal must indicate in their departmental sustainable development strategies which of their departmental targets and actions contribute to the federal goal. They are required to report their progress on these targets and actions each year to Parliament in the supplementary tables to their departmental results reports.
On April 3 and 4, 2017, Canada appeared before the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (the Committee), for the review of its initial report on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). The Committee issued its concluding observations for Canada on May 8, 2017.
This airborne or shipborne geophysical survey recorded the following parameters: Total Field Magnetic. The flight line spacing is 805 m. The survey was flown between 1970-09-01 and 1972-09-30. The data were Digitized from contour maps. Platform: Fixed-wing.
The guidance documents below are intended for use by federal government custodial departments responsible for the assessment, management and/or remediation of contaminated sites in Canada, and their consultants, to conduct assessments of the human health risks associated with federal contaminated sites.
Distribution of market, total and after-tax income of individuals, Canada, provinces and selected census metropolitan areas, annual.
Get statistical data on Ontario exports of live cattle by number of head to the United States.
Environment and Climate Change Canada's (ECCC’s) air quality model, Global Environmental Multiscale – Model of Atmospheric Chemistry (GEM-MACH v2), was run at high spatial resolution to generate daily forecasts for the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) at Pan Am sporting venue locations and for surface air quality measurement stations across the Greater Toronto Area. The model was run for a domain covering all of Southern Ontario at a spatial resolution of 2.5-km grid spacing. The model also included updated traffic pollutant emissions, generated before the Games by using a road link-based, traffic flow model. The GEM-MACH model generated daily forecasts on an hourly interval and forecasts were available at 6am local time each morning.