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Data from the QUALO program, shoreline water quality of the Aquatic Environment Monitoring Network. An [interactive mapping] (http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?pageid=7237,75397570&dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL) is also available.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).<span class="fa fa-language text-muted mrgn-lft-sm" title="This third party metadata element has been translated using an automated translation tool. To report any discrepancies please contact email@example.com"></span>
The geobase is the spatial representation of the road network in the form of a filamentary network composed of lines called sections. The update operations are recorded in a log with the identifier of the sections, the dates and types of the operations, and the version numbers. The geometry of the edges affected by the update operations is not recorded in the log and therefore this dataset does not contain geospatial information. Only operations performed after 25 October 2017, starting with version 618, are included in the Geobase - edge management dataset. Related datasets: - [Geobase - road network] (http://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/geobase) …<span class="fa fa-language text-muted mrgn-lft-sm" title="This third party metadata element has been translated using an automated translation tool. To report any discrepancies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org"></span>
The double geobase is presented as a projection of the geobase's filamentary network that approximately simulates the boundaries of sidewalks and curbs. The [geobase hubs] (/city-de-montreal/geobase-pole), a punctual representation of the left and right sides of segmented sections of the road network, are also available on the portal. The [Snow Planner API] (https://donnees.montreal.ca/ville-de-montreal/deneigement) refers to a static version of the double geobase data extracted at the beginning of the season. To track the changes made during the winter season, you can refer to the following datasets: [Geobase - section management] (https://donnees.montreal.ca/ville-de-montreal/geobase-gestion-troncon) and [Geobase - destroyed sections] (https://donnees.montreal.ca/ville-de-montreal/geobase-troncon-detruit). Related datasets: - …<span class="fa fa-language text-muted mrgn-lft-sm" title="This third party metadata element has been translated using an automated translation tool. To report any discrepancies please contact email@example.com"></span>
This dataset displays aquifers with water allocation notations on them. This dataset is updated daily.
Contains all primary and secondary matches between 1:20K and 1:50K waterbody polygons. This attribute table links the new Freshwater Atlas watershed codes with the existing 1:50K Watershed Atlas watershed codes for cross reference purposes
Tenure Areas are geographic administrative areas named for local features and used to group petroleum and natural gas Land Plats situated within the same local geographic area.
This dataset contains spatial and tabular data on non-archaeological historic trails in B.C. Some of these trails, or sections of trail, are defined or protected under provincial legislation such as the Heritage Conservation Act. Other trails or trail segments are recorded but not legally protected. This dataset represents polygon feature data (e.g. cleared areas associated with trails).
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. It also supports the forest resources programs delivered by the MoFR. Each feature contains a Ministry of Forests and Range (MoFR) …
Defines areas protected from harvesting activities by Order-in-Council as per part 13 of the Forest Act.
Province-wide spatial view showing licensed water sources (streams and lakes), under the Water Act, (current and historical), not captured (displayed) on TRIM base mapping (or Freshwater Atlas base mapping).