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  • The districts of the City of Montreal benefit from more than 1,495 parks covering an area of more than 6,412 ha. This dataset represents all of the parks and public spaces surveyed and illustrates their surface polygons in the context of the territory's urban frame. The data are not representative of the parks of the linked cities that are only partially represented. The boundaries of parks and public spaces generally follow the cadastre, but cannot be used as a legal reference for accurately locating the location of a park. The data provided in this dataset is for representation purposes only. __Interact with visualization data [View of Montreal Parks and Sports Facilities] (https://qlik.beta.montreal.ca/pub/sense/app/8636bd4b-d2b1-48a0-a790-05331b84af2b/sheet/6bcbf9ba-d7b0-4dfb-a11d-3e075504b5e9/state/analysis).__ **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • The urban furniture dataset in large parks includes a complete inventory of this dataset, which was largely updated in 2013. Among other things, in the form of georeferenced points, benches, barbecues, bollards, sports equipment, drinking fountains, garbage cans, bike racks, picnic tables and some other elements of the large parks. The [boundaries of the great parks] (/cille-de-montreal/grands-parcs-d-arrondissements-et-spaces-publics) are also available on the portal. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • This dataset contains spatial and attribute information for local and regional greenspaces in British Columbia. Local and regional greenspaces are municipal or regional district lands designated by local government agencies and managed for public enjoyment, ecosystem or wildlife values. Spatial boundaries were sourced from municipal and regional district web sites, which in some cases provide datasets under Open Government Licence, and in other cases, publicize parks and greenspaces on web maps or pdf maps. Boundaries were edge-matched to the ParcelMap BC cadastre. This spatial layer contains multipart polygons.

  • The districts of the City of Montreal benefit from more than 1,495 parks covering an area of more than 6,412 ha. This dataset represents all parks and public spaces identified and illustrates their surface polygons in the context of the urban frame of the territory. The data are not representative of the parks of the related cities that are represented only in part. The boundaries of parks and public spaces generally follow the cadastre, but cannot be used as a legal reference to accurately locate the location of a park. The data provided in this dataset are for representation purposes only. __Interact with visualization data [View of Montreal's parks and sports facilities] (https://qlik.beta.montreal.ca/pub/single/?appid=8636bd4b-d2b1-48a0-a790-05331b84af2b&sheet=6bcbf9ba-d7b0-4dfb-a11d-3e075504b5e9&opt=ctxmenu,currsel).__ **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Space delimited, open-air, usually wooded, dedicated to the conservation of an ecosystem or arranged for leisure purposes. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Mapping of parks offering recreational structures to the City of Quebec. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • The City of Montreal offers a multitude of recreational, sports and cultural facilities in its territory. It has more than 3,396 outdoor facilities, including 77 swimming pools, 95 paddling pools, 150 water games and nearly 3,000 trays and playgrounds. The Urban Sport and Outdoor Master Plan frames the structure of the inventory with 96 recognized outdoor facilities classes. The content of the data allows the number of facilities per district to be consulted. The data are not representative of the facilities located in the territory of the linked cities which are represented only in part. __Interact with visualization data [View of Montreal Parks and Sports Facilities] (https://qlik.beta.montreal.ca/pub/sense/app/8636bd4b-d2b1-48a0-a790-05331b84af2b/sheet/6bcbf9ba-d7b0-4dfb-a11d-3e075504b5e9/state/analysis).__ **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Footprint and location of the parks of the City of Repentigny. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • The City of Montreal offers a multitude of recreational, sporting and cultural facilities on its territory. It includes more than 3,396 outdoor facilities, including 77 swimming pools, 95 paddling pools, 150 water games and nearly 3,000 trays and playgrounds. The Urban Sport and Outdoor Master Plan oversees the inventory structure with 96 recognized classes of outdoor facilities. The content of the data allows you to consult the number of facilities per district. The data are not representative of the facilities located in the territory of the related cities that are represented only in part. __Interact with visualization data [View of Montreal's parks and sports facilities] (https://qlik.beta.montreal.ca/pub/single/?appid=8636bd4b-d2b1-48a0-a790-05331b84af2b&sheet=6bcbf9ba-d7b0-4dfb-a11d-3e075504b5e9&opt=ctxmenu,currsel).__ **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • All parks and green spaces on the territory of the city of Saguenay. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**