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    Geographical information about the head offices for community-based organizations in the province which serve children with physical disabilities and special needs. The centres offer physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy along with unique local community needs. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code

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    Geographical information about Licensed Lab and Specimen Collection Centres. These include all of the hospital laboratories, private laboratories, laboratories in public health clinics and Canadian Blood Services laboratories.

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    Geographical information of hospitals: including public, private and specialty psychiatric. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code

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    Geographic information about Family Health Teams (FHT) are community-centred primary care organizations created to provide comprehensive family health care services across Ontario. FHTs provide primary care services to rural, urban, and unique populations of patients with both typical and specialized health needs. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code *[FHTs]: Family Health Teams

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    Web app showing locations of distributors participating in the Naloxone Take Home Program in Manitoba. This web app shows the locations of distributors participating in the Naloxone Take Home Program in Manitoba. Naloxone is a drug that temporarily reverses overdose (toxicity) caused by opioid drugs (such as fentanyl, heroin, morphine, hydromorphone). Free take-home naloxone kits are available to members of the public who are at risk of opioid overdose (toxicity), and family or friends who may witness opioid toxicity. For more information see Manitoba Health.This app uses the point feature layer Naloxone Distributors Take Home Program and the Naloxone Distributors Map - Take Home Program.

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    Created for distribution by the GeoYukon application as a comprehensive resource for all publicly available Emergency Management information in the Yukon government. This data may be used directly by other applications to dynamically display Yukon data; however, it may be subject to change as data sets are updated or added.

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    An interactive web map illustrating the locations and service details of Rural Health Care Facilities in Manitoba, outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. An interactive web map illustrating the locations and service details of Rural Health Care Facilities in Manitoba, outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Select a facility from the drop down list to filter out all but the facility of interest, use the search bar, or simply explore and click on facilities in the map for details. Pop-ups include the following information:Community NameFacility NameEmergency Department AvailabilityPercentage of Time Open (2015)Nearest Alternate Emergency DepartmentAcute Care AvailabilityAcute Care Number of BedsAcute Care Occupancy Rate (2015-16)Transitional Care AvailabilityTransitional Care Number of BedsTransitional Care Occupancy Rate (2015-16)Diagnostic Care Services AvailableEmergency Medical Services StationNearest Alternate Emergency Medical Services StationPersonal Care HomePersonal Care Home Number of Beds

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    An interactive web map illustrating the current state of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Facilities in Manitoba outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. An interactive web map illustrating the current state of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Facilities in Manitoba outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, as well as both the daytime and night time catchment areas of rural EMS Facilities south of 53°N.  The map includes points representing the current locations of EMS facilities. Polygons representing daytime or night time drive time catchment areas (9, 15, and 30 minutes) for each EMS facility are also shown, including the approximate population served (Statistics Canada 2011 census data) and incident responses (2015/16 data) within each catchment area . Note that this information is only available for rural Manitoba and areas south of 53°N.   Pop-ups for the current EMS Facilities display the following information: Community NameFacility Name Pop-ups for the current catchment areas display the following information: Community NameFacility NameTotal Population in 9, 15, and 30 minute night time catchment areas (south of 53°N only)Total Incidents ((2015/16) in 9, 15, and 30 minute night time catchment areas (south of 53°N only)  

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    An interactive web map illustrating the future state of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Facilities in Manitoba outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. An interactive web map illustrating the future state of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Facilities in Manitoba outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.  The map includes points representing the future locations of EMS facilities.  Polygons representing drive time catchment areas (9, 15, and 30 minutes) for each EMS facility are also shown, including the approximate population served (Statistics Canada 2011 census data) and incident responses (2015/16 data) within each catchment area . Note that this information is only available for rural Manitoba and areas south of 53°N.   Pop-ups for the future EMS Facilities display the following information: Community NameFacility Name Pop-ups for the future catchment areas display the following information: Community NameFacility NameTotal Population in 9, 15, and 30 minute night time catchment areas (south of 53°N only)Total Incidents ((2015/16) in 9, 15, and 30 minute night time catchment areas (south of 53°N only)

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    Tick data collected by Mount Allison University including Lyme disease test results. For instructions on how to view and search this dataset there are posted resources at https://gnb.socrata.com/en/videos *This data has been generalized for privacy and is only based on ticks sent to Mount Allison University