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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[ARCHIVED] This dataset has been archived as it is no longer able to be provided in this manner.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 …
Winter LOS is a GIS file that depicts the Department of Public Work's Winter Maintenance Levels of Service on all Department of Public Works' owned roadways. The definitions associated with Winter Levels of Service can be found at http://novascotia.ca/tran/winter/WinterMaintenanceStandards.pdf
Nova Scotia School Board zones.
List of funeral homes, crematoriums and cemeteries licensed to provide funeral merchandise or services to the public.
Gaelic placenames in Nova Scotia contain placenames Nova Scotia Gaels have for communities in Pictou, Antigonish, Guysborough, Inverness, Victoria, Richmond and the Cape Breton Regional Municipality
The Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture is the lead regulatory of rockweed leasing and licensing. This file illustrates all the issued rockweed leases along the coast of Nova Scotia. Fisheries and Aquaculture also provides a mapping tool for this data at: http://novascotia.ca/fish/aquaculture/site-mapping-tool/
Oceanographic data from sensor strings deployed in Cape Breton County as part of the Centre for Marine Applied Research's (CMAR) Coastal Monitoring Program.
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides children and youth with high quality, professionally supported volunteer mentoring programs. This includes the pairing of children and youth to adult role models who serve as a mentor and a friend to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with. Big Brothers Big Sisters also provides children and youth with opportunities to participate in group programs, both in school and outside of school.