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Individual facilities with a specific geographic location for each reporting BC Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Part of the set of data for Industrial Facility Greenhouse Gas Emission Summaries as currently published for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 by the Director under authority of s.29 of the Reporting Regulation (under authority of the Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction (Cap and Trade) Act with full confidentiality processes completed.
This file contains the regional boundaries for the five Ministry regions. It is currently available as a .kmz (a compressed .kml file). This is the link to view the data on google maps directly: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=http://www.sd.gov.bc.ca/research/opendata/ministry_region_boundary.kmz
Canada has the longest coastline in the world, measuring 243,790 kilometers. Many of our waterways along the coastline have to be dredged regularly to keep shipping channels and harbours open and safe for navigation; and this material is sometimes best disposed of at sea. Schedule 5 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) defines an exclusive list of materials and substances suitable for disposal at sea in Canada, which is in accordance with the London Protocol (1996). They are: dredged material, fish waste resulting from industrial fish processing operations, ships or platforms, inert and inorganic geological matter, uncontaminated organic matter of natural origin, and bulky substances. The disposal of any substance into the sea, on the seabed, in the subsoil of the seabed, or onto ice, from a ship, an aircraft, a platform or other structure is not allowed unless a permit is issued by the Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) Disposal at Sea Program. Incineration at sea, as well as importing or exporting a substance for disposal at sea is also prohibited. More information on Disposal at Sea is available at: https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/disposal-at-sea.html The Active and Inactive Disposal at Sea Sites in Canadian Waters dataset provides spatial and related information of at-sea disposal sites approved for use in Canada in the last ten years and that remain open for consideration for additional use. Any additional use of a disposal site must be conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions of a valid Disposal at Sea permit. The dataset may be of use in relation to Disposal at Sea permit applications. For some Disposal at Sea permit applications the data may be of use in assessing serious harm to fish under the Fisheries Act and assessing interference with navigation under the Navigation Protection Act.
A federal electoral district is an area represented by a member of the House of Commons. The Federal Electoral Districts (FED) dataset is a digital representation of the 338 electoral districts proclaimed by the Representation Order of 2013. This dataset is an update of the 2013 Federal Electoral Districts (FED) 2013.
The SCA Map of Alberta reflects the integration of inherent agroclimatic conditions that exist across Alberta with soil development, use and management practices. The SCA boundaries coincide to a large degree with recognized climate zones in Alberta. These boundaries also generally agree with accepted ecoregion boundaries. In the agricultural portion of Alberta, SCA’s correlate strongly with soil zone lines with further subdivisions reflecting recognized agroclimate zones.
This annually updated dataset provides all of the previously published road conditions, traffic incidents, and current and planned road construction activities as published on [DriveBC web site](http://drivebc.ca/) beginning with 2006. Current information on DriveBC road events is available via the [Open511-DriveBC API](https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/open511-drivebc-api).
Mapping of police stations in the Longueuil metropolitan area. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
Mapping of payment terminals on the territory of the City of Longueuil. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
This release makes available the West Canadian Coast part of the results of an ongoing effort to scan and convert all our inventory of analog marine survey field records (seismic, sidescan and sounder) to digital format. These records have been scanned at 300 dpi and were converted into JPEG2000 format. Typically each of these files were from 1 to 2 gbyte in size before compression, and were compressed by a factor of 10:1. Empirical tests with a number of data sets suggest that there is minimal visual distortion of the scanned data at this level of compression. In this KML file, scanned data are available in a reduced-scale thumbnail format and a compressed full-resolultion JPEG2000 format.
Territorial limit of the City of Longueuil. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**