Open Government Portal
Delineates the geographical boundaries of New Brunswick’s Wildlife Refuges and Wildlife Management Areas. Hunting, trapping and/or snaring may be prohibited in some of the units.
Forest cover polygons interpreted from aerial imagery on a 10 year cycle for the province of New Brunswick. The attributes contain information that describes the stand characteristics for that polygon area.
The generalized bedrock geology map of New Brunswick, compiled at 1:500,000 scale from detailed maps with polygon attributes that indicate lithostratigraphic and intrusive groups, contacts and faults.
Local service district polygons are a graphical representation of the local service district boundaries as defined in the Local Service Districts Regulation - Municipalities Act with an associated LSD place name attribute.
The boundaries of the map grid are defined by latitude and longitude. Each window is 6 minutes of latitude (approximately 11 km) by 12 minutes of longitude (approximately 15 km).
The boundaries of the map grid are defined by latitude and longitude. Each window is 3 minutes of latitude (approximately 5.5 km) by 6 minutes of longitude (approximately 7.5 km).
To identify the geographic area of the 12 Regional Service Commissions under the new Regional Service Delivery Act.
A grid of cells 1 km by 1 km covering the areas of New Brunswick where lidar data has been collected. Each grid cell includes a link to download lidar data.
Mineral Occurrence layer with commodity and deposit type attributes. The attribute table contains a URL link to the online Mineral Occurrence database.
Delineates the administrative units used by the NB Department of Energy and Resource Development to manage populations and harvest of deer, moose, bear and furbearer species. Examples of furbearer species are beaver, muskrat, otter, mink, fox, and raccoon.