Open Government Portal
In accordance with the Access to Information Act, the government proactively publishes the package of question period notes that were prepared by a government institution for the minister and that were in use on the last sitting day in June and December.
The question period notes may be partially or fully redacted in accordance with the legislation; for example, if the notes contain information related to national security or personal information.
Map file (shapefile) relating to the location of health and social services network facilities. An installation is the physical place where health care and social services are provided to the population of Quebec, as part of one or more missions. Map file (shapefile) relating to the location of establishments in the health and social services network. The institution is the legal entity with legal capacities and responsibilities, which is licensed by the Minister of Health and Social Services to manage services corresponding to the five main missions defined in the law.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated …<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 Service Inventory provides a corporate-wide perspective on information related to Government of Canada (GC) services.
A visualization of this data can be found on GC InfoBase at https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/ems-sgd/edb-bdd/index-eng.html#infographic/gov/gov/services
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 Keywords: Fish Guide, Sport Fish
Data on fish contaminants is collected across Ontario. Contaminants are chemicals that could be harmful to environment and human health. Toxic contaminants can enter in waterbodies in different ways and can accumulate in fish. Contaminants include: * mercury * polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) * dioxins/furans * organochlorine pesticides and others. We collect this data to: * track long-term trends in fish contaminant levels across the province * provide site-specific assessments * evaluate the success of remedial measures put in place to reduce contaminants * provide fish consumption (eating) advice
Reports by Job classification the most current hourly rate of pay for each step in the classification level. Salary Plan indicates those classifications in the UPSE Civil agreement which have a 7.5 hour work day and those with 8.0 hour days. For agreements which have expired, the last rate increase will remain in effect until a new agreement is negotiated.
Listing of Hunting and Fishing (including Salmon) License Sellers in Nova Scotia. Includes county, vendor (business) name, address and contact telephone number.
This theme presents the observations of invasive alien species (IEE) transmitted and validated using the Sentinel tool, an IEE detection system. An invasive alien species is a plant, animal, or microorganism (virus, bacteria, or fungus) that is introduced outside its natural range. Its establishment or spread may be a threat to the environment, the economy, or society. The listed species are species of fauna and flora that are of concern (or potentially concern) for Quebec's biodiversity. They include IEE present in Quebec and IEE not listed in Quebec to be monitored.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated …<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>
Provincial listing of permanent liquor licenses and physical addresses
This dataset provides the spatial locations of provincial roads that are not exempt from Spring Weight Restrictions as they are imposed. For the exempt roads please check https://data.novascotia.ca/Roads-Driving-and-Transport/Spring-Weight-Restrictions-Exempt-Roads/qusm-8w98