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The Ministry of Environment is responsible for Hazardous Substance and Waste Dangerous Goods Storage in Saskatchewan.
Storing hazardous materials and waste dangerous goods in accordance with the Hazardous Substances and Waste Dangerous Goods Regulations (HSWDG), helps to avoid environmental impacts or risk to human health. To minimize these risks, the regulations ensure storage facilities are constructed, operated and decommissioned properly. The Ministry of Environment must approve the construction, alteration or expansion of a facility to handle hazardous substances or waste dangerous goods. All hazardous substance storage facilities require construction and operating approvals. Owners also require an approval from the Ministry …
This dataset represents lithogeochemistry analyses of the Province of Saskatchewan.
This dataset is a compilation of lithogeochemical analyses results for the province of Saskatchewan. The compilation was built as a file geodatabase feature class and output for public distribution.**Please Note – All published Saskatchewan Geological Survey datasets, including those available through the Saskatchewan Mining and Petroleum GeoAtlas, are sourced from the Enterprise GIS Data Warehouse. They are therefore identical and share the same refresh schedule.
All available bathymetry and related information for Kehiwin Lake were collected and hard copy maps digitized where necessary. The data were validated against more recent data (Shuttle Radar Topography Mission 'SRTM' imagery and Indian Remote Sensing 'IRS' imagery) and corrected where necessary. The published data set contains the lake bathymetry formatted as an Arc ascii grid. Bathymetric contours and the boundary polygon are available as shapefiles.
This dataset contains information about locations and descriptions of outcrop observations and samples collected in southern Alberta. It also contains full analytical results for rock samples. Results of a small, boat-based radiometric survey conducted in 2007 are given in a separate table. The dataset is associated with Alberta Geological Survey Open File Report 2009-13, Uranium Potential of Southern Alberta: Petrographic Descriptions of Exposed Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary Rock Formations.
A digital grid of the top of the bedrock surface, originally modeled from borehole data and adjusted to present-day river erosion. The grid is generated at a 250 m cell-size resolution, based on information as recent as 2003.
The Alberta Provincial Boundary dataset is a polygon that represents the bounding limits of the Province of Alberta as of February 2007. This version of the boundary has been superseded by the ATS v4.1 Alberta Provincial Boundary, published April 2010.
This point layer displays the location of COVID-19 and flu vaccine providers within the province of Manitoba.
This point layer displays the location of COVID-19 and flu vaccine providers within the province of Manitoba. Vaccination sites are symbolized by their provider type, indicating whether the location is a pharmacy, medical clinic, provincial vaccine clinic, etc. Other information available for each site includes provider name, whether they are accepting appointments, address, and any special notes or restrictions on the location. This data is populated by Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living. This layer is the data behind the Manitoba COVID-19 & …
The Resource Management Area (RMA) dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent the resource management areas of the 17 Integrated Resource Plans (IRP) - Subregional in Alberta. This dataset does not include the RMAs of Local IPR plans due to the resource restraint. Future enhancement of this data set to include Local IRP plans is feasible when resources are available. A Resource Management Area is an area identified within a Sub-Regional IRP plan for more detailed land and resource management intent on a landscape assessment. Generally, a Resource Management Area is characterized by an intent statement and detailed …
The Alberta Human Footprint Monitoring Program (AHFMP) is collaboration between the following organizations: Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) The Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI) Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AAF) Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Alberta Energy (AE) Various non-government organizations. The goal of the AHFMP is to improve the accuracy of the human footprint data and to focus expertise from the various organizations on a single footprint product. Currently AEP and ABMI co-lead the program. The AHFMP stratifies footprint features into footprint sublayers based on logical groupings. Roads, oil and gas well pads, rail lines, gravel pits, agriculture fields are examples …
A digital grid of the top of the Grand Rapids Formation, originally modeled from borehole data and adjusted to present-day and paleo river erosion. The grid is generated at a 250 m cell-size resolution, based on information as recent as 2003.