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List of name of business, operating name, licensed as ferment on premises operators in NS pursuant to the Liquor Control Act
The Structures Database contains data related to all Public Works owned or maintained structures. It contains bridges and culverts that are at least 3 metres long and generally open to traffic, as well as overhead signs.
[ARCHIVED] This dataset has been archived as it is no longer able to be provided in this manner. For a more current version of this elevation dataset, please refer to https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/datalocator/elevation/ to access the current catalogue of available elevation products. Elevation data (LiDAR) was captured for a select group of 1:2000 scale map sheets covering the Town of New Glasgow. This LiDAR data has not been classified and is a raw data record of all the returns from the LiDAR sensor. The nominal point spacing of the returns is 1 point per metre. The area collected is a total of …
This data was created to graphically illustrate where petroleum exploration and production tenure areas are located onshore Nova Scotia.
[ARCHIVED] This dataset has been archived as it is no longer able to be provided in this manner. For a more current version of this elevation dataset, please refer to https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/datalocator/elevation/
The dataset contains information relating to forestry-related trades education, associations, education, innovation, education/macro-credentials, institutions, and research.
This program provides affordable rental housing to seniors (age 58 and older) with low incomes. Rent is determined by your annual income.
[ARCHIVED] This dataset has been archived as it is no longer able to be provided in this manner. For a more current version of this elevation dataset, please refer to https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/datalocator/elevation/ to access the current catalogue of available elevation products. The Nova Scotia Elevation Dataset, consisting of a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) derived from LiDAR data is available for select 1:2000 scale map sheet windows covering the Town of New Glasgow. The DEM is a bare earth rasterized elevation model with a one metre cell size. The area collected is a total of eleven 1:2000 scale map sheet windows for …
A geographic shape file of Nova Scotia’s Functional Economic Regions. The most widely accepted approach to identifying functional economic regions is based on self-contained labour areas (SLAs) - a group of two or more Census Subdivisions (CSDs) where at least 75% of the workers both live and work in the area. Using Census data, Statistics Canada has identified Census Subdivisions (CSDs) that can be grouped together into SLAs based on daily commuting flows. Department of Business has mapped these areas and created a GIS shape file that is intended to represent Nova Scotia’s functional economic regions.
Owners/operators/hosts of short-term rental accommodations (rented for 28 days or less) must register, beginning April 1, 2020, under the Tourist Accommodations and Registration Act. The registry allows government to capture data around the supply and location of rental accommodations, and "level the playing field" for all short-term accommodations operators. The intention is to share neighbourhood level (not individual level) accommodations data on the open data portal to give citizens an understanding of the type and number of short-term rental accommodations within their communities. No personally identifying information is shared through the open data portal.