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Hydrographic Annotation based on the 1:50,000 scale Canadian National Topographic Series of Maps.
The Base Hydrography Single Line Hydrography Network (SLNET) is the Alberta Environment and Parks base SLNET data set. It is an update of the Base Features HydroSLNET in Southern Alberta from orthophoto and various sources of provincial base data. It contains all captured single line representations of hydrographic features. In addition, single line representations of polygonal features and single line arbitrary network connectors are in the file.
The Alberta Electoral Divisions (2017) have been created by technical support staff following the detailed instructions of the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission 2016-2017. The Alberta Electoral Divisions (2017) have been enacted by Alberta Legislature Bill 33 on 13th December 2017. The accuracy of the Alberta Electoral Divisions (2017) is sufficient to plan and conduct electoral activities by placing the location of a dwelling into the appropriate electoral division
The Base Hydrography Point Update layer contains hydrographic point features representing the locations of water or water related features, it is an updated of the Base Features Hydro Points in Southern Alberta from orthophoto and various sources of provincial base data.
A layer of points which delinate a change in shoreline type
Taxi waiting stations made available to customers in order to ensure a fast and efficient service. A [dynamic map] (http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=8177,92215619&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL) is also available to users on the Montreal Taxi Bureau (BTM) portal. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
La Financière agricole's collective grain corn insurance provides protection against yield and quality losses assessed for the entire area where the insured units are located. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
The Database of Reported Agricultural Parcels and Productions (DPDPD) consists of polygons in vector format representing the outline of the agricultural parcels that have been associated with the client files of La Financière agricole du Québec (FADQ) since 2003. The parcels are kept from year to year to form a bank of parcels covering as much territory as possible, regardless of whether the associated customer is active or not. For each insurance year, agricultural production is associated with the plots that active customers claim to grow. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
Inclusions and exclusions originate from applications for authorization submitted under the Act respecting the protection of land and agricultural activities (APTAA R.S.Q., c. P-41.1) relating to the inclusion of lots in the agricultural zone or the exclusion of lots in the agricultural zone. resulting from decisions of the Commission which change the boundaries of the agricultural zone. An inclusion adds an area to the agricultural area while an exclusion takes it away. The boundaries of the agricultural area are then the result of the addition of these decisions. o Decisions are spread over time and there may be a partial or total overlay of an area resulting from inclusion and exclusion. In these cases, the result from the highest file number must be considered, which is the final result. · Source of inclusions and exclusions o The reference documents used as the basis for digitizing decisions are: the Quebec Topographic Database (BDTQ) at a scale of 1:20 ,000, the cadastral compilation at a scale of 1:20 000, the Cadastre du Québec, orthophotos and various plans. · Warnings and limitations o All inclusions and exclusions files are also contained in the decision file. However, a decision leading to inclusion or exclusion will not take effect until it is registered with the Rights Advertising Office. Only then will the decision appear in the inclusions and exclusions file. Several months may elapse between a decision and its registration. If the conditions are not met within the time limit, a decision will lapse. o With the progress of cadastral renovation, more and more territories in agricultural areas are dependent on the new cadastre. The renovated cadastre has the advantage of being more precise and structured than the cadastral compilation. On the other hand, it should be noted that several decisions leading to inclusion or exclusion have been made and mapped on cadastral compilation. Therefore, in order to limit the risk of misinterpretation, refer to the text of the decision as well as the attached plan if applicable to validate the positioning if necessary. Purpose: To have an overview of CPTAQ decisions and to facilitate the processing of applications for authorization. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
Boundaries of the former municipalities of the City of Rouyn-Noranda before the merger **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**