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This report and its data are intended to provide an update on the status of scientific publications resulting from research projects funded by the Canadian Space Agency between 2011 and 2017. It identifies publications that contribute to the accessibility of science through their openness. This study was carried out in collaboration with the Observatoire des sciences et technologies and the Larkin-Kerwin Library.
The database covers all industrial design applications registered in Canada from December 26, 1861 to February 18, 2021. These records contain the same information as the XML data that are disseminated through IP Horizons. Where as the XML files on IP Horizons are updated on a weekly basis, the CSV/TXT data published through the Open Government Portal are scheduled to be updated quarterly.
Fish consumption advisories for Ontario's lakes and rivers are available in the Guide to Eating Ontario Fish. The zip file below includes a GIS shapefile of all lake/river locations and a text file of all consumption advisory data from the current edition of the Guide. Fish consumption advice map *[GIS]: geographic information systems
This dataset lists Government of Ontario agencies, people, and private sector organizations that have created archival records. It provides descriptions of the records and their creators. The dataset links the content creators to their records. Search the database.
Information about this artwork is available in this data set including physical details about the works like dimensions and medium and intellectual details like date of creation, title and artist responsible. The Ontario government had the first publicly funded art collection in Canada. It dates back from 1853, and currently holds over 2,700 original works of art. View sample artworks from the collection.
The InfoLink Library collection includes monographs, books, reports and periodicals. The catalogue contains information used by ministry staff for research, policy and program development.
Self-reported data from approximately 380 public libraries, First Nation public libraries and contracting organizations. The data includes: * general information including address * financial information * holdings information * staffing information * facilities information * activities information including typical week data * partnership information (2011 onwards) Data from 2011 and onwards is from a refreshed database. New fields were added for: * provincial funding types * project grant types * special collections holdings * circulation of E-resources including E-books * lending laptops * program types * readers advisory transactions * information technology support In 2012, new fields were added for: * E-readers * requests for accessible format materials * business and economic partnerships. In 2013 more fields were added for social media visits and other professional staff.
Data estimating the direct, indirect and induced impacts of tourism receipts and visitor spending on gross domestic product, labour income and employment in Ontario.
Schedule Archives' tour and Speakers Bureau events. Track and report attendance at events. ## Related Archives of Ontario customer service statistics
Record accessions of newly acquired artworks.