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National Collision Database (NCDB) – a database containing all police-reported motor vehicle collisions on public roads in Canada. Selected variables (data elements) relating to fatal and injury collisions for the collisions from 1999 to the most recent available data.
This version of the Contract history dataset has been archived. The last update was applied to the data files on May 22, 2023.
An updated version of this dataset has been released under the name CanadaBuys contract history. This new dataset shares a similar structure and many of the same column names as the CanadaBuys tender notices and CanadaBuys awards notices datasets that were released at the end of April 2023.
The combined CanadaBuys Data Dictionary has been updated to include a preview of the upcoming CanadaBuys contract history columns to assist in this transition.
Contract History is …
This Tender notices dataset is archived and will no longer be updated. The new CanadaBuys tender notices, and CanadaBuys awards notices datasets are now available. The resource files associated with these two new datasets have been updated and expanded upon to be more in line with the information contained within the CanadaBuys online search functionality, SAP Ariba and the other relevant procurement systems for the Government of Canada.<hr />
Below is a list of the archived resources associated with this dataset:
(1) Archived, Procurement Data Dictionary (26 April 2023): Offers a description of each data field contained in the …
Graphical representation (linear element) of streets on which speed is regulated (L-12036). According to the last adoption of the regulation in 2014This 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>
This briefing package was prepared for the Commissioner of Lobbying of Canada who appeared before the Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics on February 3, 2023 regarding the study of the Third Edition of the Lobbyists' Code of Conduct.
Briefing material to the attention of the Commissioner of Canada Elections for an appearance before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs, which took place on November 1, 2022, in the context of the committee's study into foreign interference in federal elections.
Toxics Reduction dataset provides the complete public data contained in annual reports, toxic substance reduction plan summaries, exit records and exemption records submitted by facilities reporting under the Toxics Reduction Program. Toxics reduction interactive map
Data contains toxics planner's license number, expiration date, name, contact information and location. Proposed Changes to the Toxic Reduction Program We are proposing changes to the Toxics Reduction Program to remove unnecessary duplication with the federal Chemicals Management Plan program and reduce burden for industry. We are proposing to no longer require facilities with current toxics reduction plans to review them, and exempt certain facilities from having to report and plan in the future. We also propose to repeal the Toxics Reduction Act on December 31, 2021, by which time, all substances regulated by Ontario will be covered by the …
Ontario-focused high resolution climate information and its application. The data contains the 50th percentile high resolution probabilistic projections of annual averaged temperature and precipitation over the province. It covers the: * 1970s * 2030s * 2050s * 2080s This data is provided in partnership with the University of Regina. More user-friendly visualizations and downloads of this data are also available at: * The Ontario Climate Change Data Portal (OCCDP) by the University of Regina * The Ontario Climate Change Projections (OCCP) page by York University This dataset's technical documentation contains a metadata record of projects funded by the Ministry of …
The Toxics Reduction Act aims to protect the health of people and the environment by reducing the use and emission of the toxic substances prescribed in this list. The Toxics Reduction Act requires the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to consult with experts and the public at least once every five years about possible changes to this list.