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    Manitoba's forest boundaries datasets in 2021. This data is used within Manitoba's Five Year Report on the Status of Forestry, 2016 - 2021 story map. Manitoba's forest boundaries datasets in 2021. This data is used within Manitoba's Five Year Report on the Status of Forestry, 2016 - 2021 story map.  The forest boundaries included represent forest sections, forest management units, provincial forests and forest management license areas.

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    Web app showing locations of public schools in Manitoba that offer the French Immersion Program. This application shows the locations of public schools in Manitoba that offer the French Immersion Program. This is an inclusive program intended for all students with various abilities and needs whose first language is not French. The goal of the Program is to develop proud, confident, engaged, plurilingual global citizens.For more information visit Manitoba Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration.

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    This collection of interactive web maps shows issued construction permits and manure management plans required under the Livestock Manure and Mortalities Management Regulation (LMMMR) in Manitoba. This web mapping application provides information about livestock manure management in Manitoba. Each tab displays a different source of data, including issued construction permits for manure storage facilities and confined livestock areas, manure management plans, watershed information, and environment office coverage areas and contact information.  Issued Construction Permits: This web map shows construction permits, issued under the Livestock Manure and Mortalities Management Regulation (LMMMR), for manure storage facilities and confined livestock areas in Manitoba.  Facilities built before the permit requirement that are registered with the province are also identified on the map.  Manure Management Plans: This web map shows where annual manure management plans (MMP) have been submitted in accordance with the Livestock Manure and Mortalities Management Regulation (LMMMR) in Manitoba.  The map also shows boundaries for certain areas and the Red River Valley Special Management Area.Ordered Drains: This web map shows the Designated Drains Index and Watershed Districts in Manitoba. Each polygon in the Designated Drains Index represents a drain map area and includes a link to an online drain map.  Watershed Districts were established under the The Watershed Districts Act, proclaimed on January 1, 2020.  Manitoba's Watershed Districts Program creates healthy and sustainable watersheds through land and water stewardship programs and partnerships. With funding from the Manitoba government and partnering municipalities, locally-appointed watershed district boards make planning and management decisions to improve watershed health across most of municipal Manitoba.Environment Offices: This web map shows coverage areas and provides contact information for Manitoba government Environmental Compliance and Enforcement offices.

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    Manitoba's forest boundaries datasets in 2021. This data is used within Manitoba's Five Year Report on the Status of Forestry, 2016 - 2021 story map. Manitoba's forest boundaries datasets in 2021. This data is used within Manitoba's Five Year Report on the Status of Forestry, 2016 - 2021 story map.  The forest boundaries included represent forest sections, forest management units, provincial forests and forest management license areas.

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    Polyline feature layer of winter trails in Manitoba provincial parks. This feature layer contains polylines showing locations of winter trails in Manitoba provincial parks. Winter trails are those trails designated for certain winter activities, such as cross-country skiing, skijoring, skate-skiing, fat biking, and dog sledding. Most of these trails are groomed by Manitoba Parks staff throughout the season.This layer is used in the interactive map Manitoba Parks - Winter Activity Trails Map and the web app Manitoba Parks - Winter Trails and Recreation Areas.The dataset includes the following fields (Alias (Name): Description)Trail Name (Trail_Name): Name of the trailPark Name (Park_Name): Name of the provincial park where the trail is locatedWinter Use (Winter_Use): Indicates whether or not the trail is designated for winter use (Note: All features in this layer have a value of 'Yes')For more information about winter activities, visit the Manitoba Parks website.

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    Long-term tenure map (managed forest code 11) used in the Forest Management in Canada, 2020 story map. Long-term tenure map (managed forest code 11) with lands having more than five years volume- or area-based tenure or effectively having the equivalent, such as consistently recurrent commercial forest tenure with associated forest management activity. The Long-term tenure map is used in the Story Map of Forest Management in Canada, 2020 (Aménagement des forêts au Canada, 2020) and includes the following tiled layer:Tile Layer of Long-Term Tenure Managed Forest Code 11: 2020

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    This interactive map shows Refuges, Special Conservation Areas, and Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) as well as Managed Hunting Areas and Animal Control Areas, WMA official trails and points of interest, the Near-Urban Centrefire Prohibition Area, and Game Hunting Areas in Manitoba. This interactive map shows Refuges, Special Conservation Areas, and Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) as well as Managed Hunting Areas and Animal Control Areas, WMA official trails and points of interest, the Near-Urban Centrefire Prohibition Area, and Game Hunting Areas in Manitoba.Refuges: This polygon layer shows the boundaries of all refuges in Manitoba, as designated by the Designation of Wildlife Lands Regulation (171/2001), under The Wildlife Act (C.C.S.M. c. W130). Refuge types include Wildlife Refuge, Game Bird Refuge, Goose Refuge, and Fur Bearing Animal Refuge. The Use of Wildlife Lands Regulation (77/99) determines prohibited activities in each refuge.Special Conservation Areas: This polygon layer shows the boundaries of all Special Conservation Areas (SCA) in Manitoba, as designated by the Designation of Wildlife Lands Regulation (171/2001), under The Wildlife Act (C.C.S.M. c. W130). Special Conservation Areas are designated to conserve and protect particular species and habitats throughout Manitoba. The Use of Wildlife Lands Regulation (77/99) determines prohibited activities in each Special Conservation Area.Wildlife Management Areas: This polygon layer shows the boundaries of all Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) in Manitoba, as designated by the Designation of Wildlife Lands Regulation (171/2001), under The Wildlife Act (C.C.S.M. c. W130). The Manitoba Wildlife Act provides for the designation of Crown lands as Wildlife Management Areas for the "better management, conservation and enhancement of the wildlife resource of the province." Wildlife Management Areas exist for the benefit of wildlife and for people's enjoyment. They play an important role in biodiversity conservation and provide for a variety of wildlife-related forms of recreation. Hunting and trapping are generally permitted in WMAs, but these activities may be prohibited or restricted in a few areas. The use of vehicles, off-road vehicles, watercraft, power boats, or airboats, may be restricted in some areas. Each WMA has its own set of restrictions in place to protect the integrity of the area.Managed Hunting Areas: This polygon layer shows the boundaries of Managed Hunting Areas and Animal Control Areas as designated by the Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation (220/86) and the Designation of Wildlife Lands Regulation (171/2001), under The Wildlife Act (C.C.S.M. c. W130). Managed Hunting Areas provide safer hunting experiences by distributing hunting pressure and ensuring that hunting only takes place on private land with the permission of the owner or lawful occupant, or on designated Crown land areas. The Managed Hunting Areas Regulation (146/2002) determines what activities are permitted, prohibited, and restricted in Managed Hunting Areas. Lands can be designated as Animal Control Areas for the purpose of wildlife management, wildlife research, protection of property or any other purpose deemed to be in the public interest. The Use of Wildlife Lands Regulation (77/99) determines prohibited activities in Animal Control Areas.Wildlife Management Area Official Trails and Points of Interest: This dataset shows official trails and points of interest within Wildlife Management Areas in Manitoba.Near-Urban Centrefire Prohibition Area: The Near-Urban Centrefire Prohibition Area (NUCPA) is a provincially-regulated prohibition of centrefire rifles for white-tailed deer hunting. This prohibition encompasses all or portions of the Rural Municipalities (RMs) of Headingley, Rosser, Rockwood, St. Andrews, West St. Paul, East St. Paul, St. Clements and Richot. Under the General Hunting Regulation (351/87) of The Wildlife Act (c. W130), no person shall have a rifle requiring a centrefire cartridge in his or her possession while hunting deer in lands identified as a Near Urban Wildlife Zone on Plan No. 20350 or 20525 filed in the office of the Director of Surveys.Game Hunting Areas: Game Hunting Areas (GHAs) are defined under the Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation (220/86) of The Wildlife Act (CCSM c. W130). Game Hunting Areas are used to support boundaries for species-specific hunting seasons, harvest allocations, bag limits and associated regulations. Refer to the Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation for GHA boundary descriptions.

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    Forest Management in Canada Web Map: 2017 and 2020 Forest Management in Canada Web Map: 2017 and 2020This web map is used in the Forest Management in Canada web application comparing maps from 2017 and 2020, both of which are part of the Story Map of Forest Management in Canada, 2020 (Aménagement des forêts au Canada, 2020).The Map of Forest Management in Canada provides a wall-to-wall classification of lands in Canada in 2017 and 2020. It does not differentiate areas of forest from non-forest. The Map of Forest Management in Canada differs from maps defining the area designated as “managed forest” for greenhouse gas inventory reporting purposes and does not replace those maps. Instead, the Map of Forest Management in Canada shows areas that are currently managed, and provides generalized management type classification for those areas. Collaborating agencies plan to update the dataset periodically as needed, and remain open to receiving advice from experts concerning refinement priorities for future versions.All forest management classification codes for 2020 are present in this web map and include:Water (Managed Forest Code 100)Protected (Managed Forest Code 20)Treaty/Settlement (Managed Forest Code 40)Federal Reserve (Managed Forest Code 31)Indian Reserve (Managed Forest Code 32)Restricted (Managed Forest Code 33)Private (Managed Forest Code 50)Long-Term Tenure (Managed Forest Code 11)Short-Term Tenure (Managed Forest Code 12)Other (Managed Forest Code 13)All forest management classification codes for 2017 are also present in this web map and include:Water (Managed Forest Code 100)Protected (Managed Forest Code 20)Treaty/Settlement (Managed Forest Code 40)Federal Reserve (Managed Forest Code 31)Indian Reserve (Managed Forest Code 32)Restricted (Managed Forest Code 33)Private (Managed Forest Code 50)Long-Term Tenure (Managed Forest Code 11)Short-Term Tenure (Managed Forest Code 12)Other (Managed Forest Code 13)

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    The purpose of this feature layer is to provide the 2011 overland flooding boundary in the Red River Valley. This dataset shows the extent of peak overland flooding in the Red River Valley in 2011. Data is based on RADARSAT – 1 satellite imagery. During processing, the raw dataset was resampled to 12.5 meter pixel resolution, then classified using PCI Geomatica software which is a specialized software designed to manipulate space born imagery. The final output depicting the flooding boundary is available as a TIFF or Shapefile.Launched in November 1995, RADARSAT-1 was a Canadian-led project which provided useful information to both commercial and scientific users in such fields as disaster management, agriculture, cartography, hydrology, forestry, oceanography, ice studies and coastal monitoring. Equipped with a powerful synthetic aperture radar (SAR) instrument, it acquired images of the Earth day or night, in all weather and through cloud cover, smoke and haze. As of March 2013, the satellite was declared non-operational and is no longer collecting data.Many applications were developed to take advantage of RADARSAT-1 capacity for detecting the presence of water. These included monitoring flooding and the build-up of river ice, and mapping the melting of snow-covered areas. When used for flood monitoring, RADARSAT-1 data helped assess the impact of flooding, predicted the extent and duration of floodwaters, analyzed the environmental impact of water diversion projects, and developed flood mitigation measures.Fields Included:FID: Internal feature numberNAME: Flooded area nameAREA_SQKM: Size of flooded area

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    The purpose of this dataset is to give an accurate representation of the game hunting boundaries in Manitoba. Game Hunting Areas (GHAs) are defined under the Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation (220/86) of The Wildlife Act (CCSM c. W130). Game Hunting Areas are used to support boundaries for species-specific hunting seasons, harvest allocations, bag limits and associated regulations. Refer to the Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation for GHA boundary descriptions.Fields included (Alias (Field Name): Field description)OBJECTID (OBJECTID): sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generatedGHA (GHA): the number assigned to each Game Hunting AreaShape_Length (Shape_Length): the length of the feature in internal unitsShape_Area (Shape_Area): area of the feature in internal units squared