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Formerly known as the Nova Scotia Sportfish Registry, this dataset is a list of the current record holders for several popular Nova Scotia sportfish. There are both youth and adult, catch and release and catch and keep and smallmouth bass tournament categories.
Oceanographic data from sensor strings deployed in Halifax County as part of the Centre for Marine Applied Research's (CMAR) Coastal Monitoring Program.
[ARCHIVED] This dataset has been archived as it is no longer able to be provided in this manner.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 District of the Municipality Of Shelburne The DEM is a bare earth rasterized elevation model with a one metre cell size. The area collected is a total of thirty four 1:2000 scale map …
A shapefile of the Nova Scotia Automated Surface Water Quality Monitoring Network monitoring stations. The network was established in 2002 to assess near real-time water quality in surface waters across the province at five river stations and one lake station. The results are used to help manage water resources, determine baseline water quality in lakes and watercourses throughout the province, evaluate the impact of human activities on surface water, and assess long term trends in water quality. The following weblink connects to a Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Climate Change web map that includes the six monitoring station locations …
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
The organizations listed are mandated or include some Gaelic language and cultural programming and/or support same.
The NSCAF Community Boundaries dataset includes the boundary for each Nova Scotia civic community. These boundaries were defined in consultation with Nova Scotia municipalities with input from municipal councilors, Emergency Health Services (Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness), local fire and police departments, among others.
Nova Scotia is divided in 12 deer management zones and deer hunting regulations may vary by zone. When accuracy is needed, consult the official legal wording of the Wildlife Act and its Regulations. Laws are subject to change at any time and are available online. Links to wildlife related acts can be found here: https://novascotia.ca/natr/wildlife/laws/actsregs.asp. For a summary of the hunting and furharvesting regulations in Nova Scotia, see: https://novascotia.ca/natr/hunt/pdf/hunting-and-furharvesting-summary-of-regulations.pdf
A list of the 28 provincial museum sites with the location of each site.