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Forward Sortation Areas Region (FSA)

Forward Sortation Areas (FSA) represent specific geographic service areas pertaining to the first three characters of a postal code.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Postal Delivery Modes Point

Delivery mode data provides users with the number of houses, apartments, farms, and businesses by delivery mode for mailers wishing to determine their volume and distribution requirements for unaddressed mail for both urban and rural delivery installations.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Local Delivery Units Region (LDU)

The Local Delivery Unit (LDU) boundaries represent the geographic areas pertaining to 6 digit postal codes.

This boundary file is generated from point addresses. The LDU boundaries allow for a many to many relationship. For example, one postal code may be represented by more than one LDU boundary and one LDU boundary may be associated with multiple postal codes.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Postal To Census Table

This table provides a link between postal codes and census boundaries.

It contains explicit and unilateral relationships of the 6-digit postal code point geometry to various levels of census geography as delineated in the 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 census periods. Using the Enhanced Postal Code point Unique Identifier allows for linkage of postal codes to census geography at the census tract and dissemination area levels, for current and historical census geography delineations.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Local Delivery Units Look Up Table

This table indicates postal codes where a building or discrete area has multiple postal codes. The postal code associated servicing the greatest number of addresses (i.e., points of call) is represented in the LDU layer. The non-dominant postal codes are retained in this table and are not represented in the Local Delivery Unit (LDU) layer.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Enhanced Postal Point

Enhanced Postal Code points are a precision-based point file representing over 1 million postal codes across Canada. Each point includes FSA and LDU classification and additional information like associated municipality, reference dates, and fields for the number and types of buildings associated to each point.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

North West Ontario Orthophotography Project (NWOOP) 2017 - Imagery

The Northwest Ontario Orthophotography (NWOOP) 2017 is an aerially acquired imagery data set. This product is 4 band RGBNiR orthophotography with a pixel resolution of 20 centimetres and is accurate to 50 centimetres on the ground at 90%. The dataset covers approximately 22,700 kilometres squared in northwest Ontario.

The imagery was acquired in the spring of 2017 under the best conditions possible to achieve cloud free, snow free, ice free, smoke free, and leaf off captures. These conditions together were best represented in Northwestern Ontario during May 7 to May 19 during which time the imagery was acquired.

The imagery was acquired by aerial photography and was later orthorectified using an elevation dataset generated through image correlation.

North West Ontario Orthophotography Project (NWOOP) 2017 - Digital Elevation Model (DEM)

The North West Ontario Orthophotography Project (NWOOP) 2017 Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is a 2m raster elevation product that provides a generalized representation of both surface and ground features based on image correlation using aerial photography.

The product was generated by an imagery contractor for the purpose of ortho-rectifying orthophotography collected across areas of North West Ontario in the spring of 2017.

The DEM data is available in the form of packaged 1km x 1km non-overlapping tiles.

Vegetation Index Region

Index grid for Vegetation layers.

Roads Delta Line

This layer depicts the location and status (i.e. new or modified) or changes to the RoadsLine layer made during the last quarter.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals Point

This layer indicates the point locations of industrial complexes for importing or exporting liquefied natural gas.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Natural Gas Processing Plants Point

This layer indicates the point locations of natural gas processing plants, facilities designed to recover natural gas liquids from a stream of natural gas.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Railway Line

This layer indicates all the rail lines in Canada, other than those forming part of an urban transit system. This includes, but is not limited to, main rail lines, sidetracks and abandoned rail lines as well as structures like rail tunnels and bridges.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Note: Prior to 2017, this dataset was included in the RailAndTransitLine layer.

Transit Line

This layer indicates all the rail lines in Canada that are part of an urban transit system. This includes structures like rail tunnels and bridges.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Note: Prior to 2017, this dataset was included in the RailAndTransitLine layer.

Refineries Point

This layer indicates the point locations of refineries, any facility that separates and converts crudeoil or other feedstock into liquid petroleum products.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Address Delta Point

This layer depicts the location and status (i.e. new or modified) or changes to the AddressPoints layer made during the last quarter.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2008

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in April of 2008 by the First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 2100m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2005

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in March of 2005 by First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 1:10,000 and a flying height of 600m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2006

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken from April to May of 2006 by First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.07m and a flying height of 900m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2010

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in March of 2010 by First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.07m and a flying height of 950m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2012

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in March of 2012 by First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 1800m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2014

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in April of 2014 by the First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.07m and a flying height of 920m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2007

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in April of 2007 by First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 1660m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2011

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in March of 2011 by the First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 1800m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2009

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in March of 2009 by First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 1750m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2013

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in April of 2013 by the First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 1800m.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2015

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in April of 2015 by Airborne Sensing at a scale of 0.15m and a flying height of 2200m..

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

This data set contains the lower-resolution JPG version of the imagery for view, and a high-resolution ECW version for direct download. It is recommended to use the low-res image considering the size of the high-res version.

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 1983

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 1983 by the Northway-Photomap Inc at a scale of 1:8,000.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

Note: These are individual tiles that have no geolocation associated with them. A mosaic is not available for this year. Available for download are the original ECW files, as well as TIF files, located in folders that correspond with the original file name.

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 2001

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 2001 by the Airborne Sensing Corporation at a scale of 1:4,000 and 1:8,000.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

Note: These are individual tiles that have no geolocation associated with them. A mosaic is not available for this year. Available for download are the original ECW files, as well as TIF files, located in folders that correspond with the original file name.

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 1991

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in 1991 by the Airborne Sensing Corporation at a scale of 1:8,000.

The first aerial surveys of Mississauga were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual.

Note: These are individual tiles that have no geolocation associated with them. A mosaic is not available for this year. Available for download are the original ECW files, as well as TIF files, located in folders that correspond with the original file name.

 


 

 

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