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    Saskatchewan Highway Network map contains current Highway Network layer with highway classification based on varied criteria

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    Rural Road Classification Map A map of rural road classification of provincial highways

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    Primary Weight, Provincial Highways and RM Roads, Clearing the Path Corridors Map A map of primary weight provincial highways and RM roads clearing the path corridors

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    ROADSEG is one of the important layers for Saskatchewan Upgraded Road Network (SURN) and National Road Network (NRN). The ROADSEG is created to serve a diverse group of clients that require relatively up-to-date and accurate description of Saskatche ROADSEG contains all the features from HIGHWAY_OFFICIAL, RURAL_ROAD_OFFICIAL and OTHER_ROAD_OFFICIAL. ROADSEG is the Saskatchewan road network data that is being used by NRCAN as National Road Network (NRN). ROADSED data layer has been generated by merging HIGHWAY_OFFICIAL, RURAL_ROAD_OFFICIAL and OTHER_ROAD_OFFICIAL. Unique Identifiers (NID) is associated with each line segment. "NID" National Identifier is used to manage the updates between data producer and data users. ROADSEG data layer is one of the important data table for SURN, NRN, SASK911, CAR, SGI-iHaul and other applications.

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    This map data displays environmental discharges (spills) in Saskatchewan with location, confirmed substance and quantity. This data is limited to events that occurred between January 1, 2015 to present. The Ministry of Environment is responsible for responding to incidents where a substance of potential concern has been discharged into the environment. The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2010 defines this as a discharge, drainage, deposit, release or emission into the environment.We are currently improving how this information is displayed. This map provides information on more recent discharges that were reported to the ministry. For older Spills, please go to our new GeoHub page: Discharge Cases (Spills) historic incidents”Please note: information may take up to 30 days to be updated and is subject to change at any time.For further information, please contact the Ministry of Environment Inquiry Centre (Toll Free): 800-567-4224, email: centre.inquiry@gov.sk.ca or visit: Hazardous Spills Reporting.

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    Predictive ecosite map of Saskatchewan's provincial forests and adjacent parks within the boreal plain, boreal shield and taiga shield ecozones: version 01. Download: Here The Predictive Ecosite Map of Saskatchewan is based on the classifications of McLaughlan et al. (2010). This version (v01) is an interim proof-of-concept product and is not considered highly accurate or finalized. Ecosite prediction accuracy is anticipated to between 40% and 65%, depending on geographic location. For the boreal plain ecozone, ecosites were derived using a random forest imputation with the yaImpute package in R and mapped by L. Gelhorn (2014-07-24). Pixel values presented here are prefixed with a 2. Non-forest / non-water pixels are often assigned a BP28 ecosite code (228). For the boreal shield and taiga shield ecozones, ecosites were derived using a random forest imputation with the yaImpute package in R and mapped by S. Oldford (2019-11-20). Pixel values presented here are prefixed with a 3 and a 4, respectively. In the case of the taiga shield ecozone, there were limited sample plot data. To increase the sample size for modelling, the majority of taiga shield ecosites data are combined and modeled with boreal sheild ecosites using the ecozonal synonyms of McLaughlan et al. (2010). Ecosites TS01 (401), TS04 (404) and TS17 (417) were modeled as such because no ecozonal synonyms exist. This map is clipped to the Saskatchewan provincial forest and adjacent park boundaries. Water bodies are masked according to the 2015 Landcover Map of Canada of White et al. (2017) and have a pixel value of zero (0). References: McLaughlan, M.S., Wright, R.A. and Jiricka, R.D. (2010). Field guide to the ecosites of Saskatchewan’s provincial forests. Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, Forest Service. Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. 343 pp. White, J.C., Wulder, M.A., Hermosilla, T., Coops, N.C. and Hobart, G.W. (2017). A nationwide annual characterization of 25 years of forest disturbance and recovery for Canada using Landsat time series. Remote Sensing of Environment. 192: 303-321.

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    TOLLPOINT _OFFICIAL is one of the important layers for Saskatchewan Upgraded Road Network (SURN) and National Road Network (NRN). The TOLLPOINT _OFFICIAL provides the information of road Toll Points to clients that require accurate, relatively up-to TOLLPOINT _OFFICIAL, This layer contains data about a place where a right-of-way is charged to gain access to a motorway, a bridge, etc. TOLLPOINT _OFFICIAL contains all the Toll Point locations in the Saskatchewan. TOLLPOINT _OFFICIAL is an important part of the Saskatchewan road network dataset. Each point geometry " TOLLPOINT" has unique Identifiers (NID). "NID" National Identifier is used to manage the updates between data producer and data users.

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    The Interactive Weight Classification map of the Province includes all weight classes in Saskatchewan assigned by the MoH in order to maximize the economic movement of goods and minimize the damage to road structure

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    Boundaries developed for use when aggregating cases and reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic in Saskatchewan. The province of Saskatchewan has been divided into six distinct areas for use in reporting the infection rates of COVID-19 during the 2020 outbreak of the virus. This dataset is 'Deprecated'. Please use updated source here.

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    Boundaries for reporting cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. Areas, zones and subzones show the different geographies available; these boundaries are based on statistics Canada source geometry when possible. On August 4th 2020, the province announced it would change the method of reporting COVID-19 cases, moving from six regions based on former Regional Health Authorities to thirteen zones based on Saskatchewan Health Authority geographies. The COVID-19 Zones are made by aggregating the COVID-19 Subzones, which are based on the SHA Health Networks or aggregations thereof. The COVID-19 Areas are an aggregation of the COVID-19 Zones.  Areas, zones and subzones show the different geographies available; these boundaries are based on statistics Canada source geometry when possible.