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  • Permit to take water

    Companies or organizations who take over 50,000 litres of water/day from a lake, river, stream or groundwater source, must obtain a Permit to Take Water from the Ministry of the...
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  • Ontario Benthos Biomonitoring Network

    Information includes: benthic-invertebrate taxa-counts habitat water chemistry sampling locations information describing records e.g., sampling agencies, taxonomists,...
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  • Petroleum Crown Lake Grid

    This information is used  to manage oil and gas rights on offshore Crown lands in Ontario. A grid system of blocks and tracts is used to divide the area. 1 block =  5 minute...
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  • Ontario radar digital surface model (FL)

    The Ontario Radar DSM has the following features: source data: 1 arc second spaceborne C-Band Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (IFSAR) data MNR Lambert Conformal Conic...
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  • Ontario provincial land cover 1996 - 28 classes

    This data was produced in 1999 by rationalizing a 48-class database into 28 distinct classes. The original database was derived from digital, multispectral Landsat Thematic...
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  • Ontario integrated hydrology data

    Data used to generate watersheds and support provincial-scale hydrology applications like: watershed generation hydrologic modelling watercourse network analysis 4 key...
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  • Ontario Trail Network Trailhead

    The OTN (Ontario Trail Network) trailhead is a geospatial database of Ontario's trailheads. The OTN contains networks in urban, rural and wilderness settings managed by a...
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  • Ontario Trail Network Segment

    The Ontario Trail Network is a geospatial database of trail 'segments' in urban, rural and wilderness settings. Examples of trail types include: hiking, running and...
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  • Ontario Road Network: segment with address

    The ORN is a provincewide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometres of municipal roads, provincial highways and resource and recreational roads. The ORN is the...
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  • Ontario Road Network: Road Net Element

    The ORN is a provincewide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometres of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreational roads. The ORN is the...
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  • Ontario Public Service Region

    The OPS has adopted these boundaries for administrative and functional purposes which will facilitate enterprise initiatives and enhance customer service. Instructions for...
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  • Ontario Hydro Network - Watercourses

    Watercourses are line features - natural or manmade - that represent the location of flowing surface water. Instructions for downloading this dataset: select the link below and...
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  • Ontario Hydro Network - Waterbody

    Waterbody types include: Lake River Canal Reservoir Kettle lake Pond Beaver Pond Ocean Instructions for downloading this dataset: select the link below and scroll down the...
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  • Ontario Hydro Network - Hydrographic Poly

    A feature is a representation of a real world object, such as a lake, stream, dam or rapid. There are three hydrographic feature classes:  points, lines and polys.   All may...
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  • Ontario Hydro Network - Hydrographic Line

    A feature is a representation of a real world object, such as a lake, stream, dam or rapid. There are three hydrographic feature classes:  points, lines and polys.   All may...
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  • Ontario Hydro Network - Shoreline

    The OHN is a provincial medium scale originating from data with regional scales of 1: 10,000 in Southern Ontario, 1: 20,000 in Northern Ontario and 1: 50,000 in the Far North....
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  • Ontario Hydro Network - Hydrographic Point

    A feature is a representation of a real world object, such as a lake, stream, dam or rapid. There are three hydrographic feature classes:  points, lines and polys. All may...
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  • Ontario Elevation Data Index

    Elevation data is the representation of the height of the ground at a location on earth. This data allows users to discover the extent of elevation products, and the metadata...
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  • Official airports

    This layer is derived from data provided from Nav Canada. Where possible, it is spatially aligned with Ontario land parcel layers. Data is continually updated. This layer should...
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  • Oak Ridges Moraine: planning area

    This dataset was created to establish a permanent boundary. Lands within this boundary are subject to the principles contained in the Oak Ridges Moraine Legislation. Boundary is...
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