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The “Businesses by Census Subdivision” is derived from the Statistics Canada’s Business Register. At the request of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Statistics Canada aggregated the number of businesses per NAICS classification and employment class for each Census Subdivision. The data includes the individual occurrences of a business in each census subdivision by indicating its NAICS classification and employment class. The name, location, and any other identifying information about the businesses has been suppressed by Statistics Canada.
Vinsamlega hafið samband við Hagstofuna vegna nánari upplýsinga.
Hagstofan vinnur ýtarleg gögn um mannfjöldann og breytingar hans í samræmi við íbúaskrá Þjóðskrár Íslands 1. janúar ár hvert. Hagstofan birtir einnig tölur um mannfjöldann miðað við 1. desember og bráðabirgðatölur fyrir hvern ársfjórðung. Þá birtir Hagstofan tölur um breytingar mannfjöldans, fjölda fæddra og dáinna, um hjónavígslur og skilnaði, um búferlaflutninga, ríkisfangs- og trúfélagsbreytingar, auk ættleiðinga.
A population ecumene is the area of inhabited lands or settled areas generally delimited by a minimum population density. This ecumene shows the areas of the densest and most extended population within census subdivisions. A census subdivision (CSD) is the general term for municipalities (as determined by provincial or territorial legislation) or areas treated as municipal equivalents for statistical purposes (e.g., Indigenous Peoples reserves and communities and unorganized territories). Municipal status is defined by laws in effect in each province and territory in Canada. For further information, consult the Statistics Canada’s 2016 Illustrated Glossary (see below under Data Resources). The assemblage of dissemination block population density data from the 2016 Census of Population are used to form the ecumene areas within census subdivisions. Areas included in the ecumene are dissemination blocks where the population density is greater than or equal to 0.4 persons per square kilometre or about one person per square mile. In some areas to capture more population within the ecumene the criteria was extended to 0.2 persons per square kilometre. The ecumene areas were generalized in certain areas to remove small uninhabited areas within the ecumene areas in census subdivisions. This map can be used as an “ecumene” overlay to differentiate the sparsely populated areas from the ecumene in conjunction with census subdivision data or other large-scale maps. This ecumene shows a more meaningful distribution of the population for Canada.
A map of all Public Schools Branch and Commission scolaire de langue française schools.
Physical NRR field office locations. Data fields include: region; addresses (address1, address 2, address 3); province; postal [code]; county.
Available as an ESRI ArcGIS Shapefile. This dataset was created in 2017.
Available as an ESRI ArcGIS Shapefile. This dataset was created in 2010.
This the data for the Winnipeg AVPA Regulation's interactive web map. It contains two polygon datasets that help users determine whether a property is affected by requirements in the regulation and a point dataset to help users navigate to properties This is the data for the Winnipeg Airport Vicinity Protection Area Regulation's interactive web map. It was developed to help interested parties determine whether a property is affected by the Airport Vicinity Protection Area Regulation. To protect and foster the airport’s operations and continued growth, while ensuring orderly and efficient development within Winnipeg, the Province has adopted an Airport Vicinity Protection Area Regulation under The City of Winnipeg Charter. The regulation defines two protection areas called "Area 1" and "Area 2".These areas provide direction on where and what type of residential development may take place near the airport. Area 1 comprises of lands immediately adjacent to the airport, where no new residential development will be permitted, except for replacement of buildings and minor infilling. Area 2 is located further away from the airport, where new or replacement residential development may be constructed. All development within the regulated lands must comply with indoor noise level limits set out in the Regulation. The parcel boundaries in this interactive map are representations of parcels as defined by plan of subdivision or plan of survey registered at the Land Titles Office. This type of property boundary was chosen because the land division in these plans is used to define property ownership in Manitoba.
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