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Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 2000

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 2000 by the Northway-Photomap Inc 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.

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.

Bus Transit - Lines (BTL)

This layer indicates the routes of regional bus lines.

Note:As of 2004, Bus Transit - Lines (BTL) was incorporated into Transportation Stops (TRS).

Rail Transit - Lines (RTL)

This layer indicates the routes of regional rail lines.

Note: As of 2004, Rail Transit - Lines (RTL) was incorporated into Railway and Transit Lines (RLL).

Mississauga Colour Digital Orthoimagery, 2002

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken from April to June of 2002 by the First Base Solutions Inc at a scale of 1:4,000.

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.

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.

Oakville Digital Orthoimagery, 1999 - Partial Only

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Oakville, extending from the boundary closest to Mississauga to the centre of Oakville. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in 1999.

This image was part of the aerial surveys taken for Mississauga, which were undertaken in 1944. Since then, the city has produced aerial photography every five to ten years until 2002, when it became annual. Only some years have included the town of Oakville.

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, 2004

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in 2004.

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, 1992

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in March of 1992 by the Aquarius Flight 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.

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, 1963 - Partial Only

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers a strip of land that follows the Credit Valley River. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in 1963.

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.

Rail Stop - Points (RSP)

This layer contains the locations of regional rail transit stops.

Note: As of 2004, Rail Stop - Points (RSP) was incorporated into Transportation Stops (TRS).

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 1975

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in May of 1975 by the Northway-Photomap Inc at a scale of 1:12,000.

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.

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.

Transportation Related - Points (TAP)

This layer includes features (points) relating to the transportation sector. Features in this layer include, but are not limited to heliports, cranes, lookout towers, and air navigation hazards.

Note:This dataset was discontinued as of 2004.

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 1977

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in May of 1977 by the Northway-Photomap Inc at a scale of 1:10,000.

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.

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, 1954 - Partial only

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in October of 1954 by the Township of Toronto at a scale of 1:12,000.

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.

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, 1944 - Partial Only

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers a strip of land that follows the Credit Valley River, North of the Queen Elizabeth Highway. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in 1944.

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.

Bus Transit Points (BTP)

This layer contains the locations of regional bus stops.

Note:As of 2004, Bus Transit - Points (BTP) was incorporated into Transportation Stops (TRS).

Rail Transit - Points (RTP)

This layer contains the locations of regional rail transit stops.

Note: As of 2004, Rail Transit - Points (RTP) was incorporated into Transportation Stops (TRS).

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 1985

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 1985 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.

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, 2003

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in March of 2003 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.

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, 1954

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in May of 1954 by the Township of Toronto at a scale of 1:12,000.

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.

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, 1989

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 1989 by the Aquarius Flight 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.

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.

Transportation Related - Regions (TAR)

This layer includes features (regions) relating to the transportation sector. Features in this layer include, but are not limited to runways, snowsheds, embankments, and tunnels.

Note:This dataset was discontinued as of 2004.

Mississauga Digital Orthoimagery, 1995

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in March of 1995 by the Northway-Photomap Inc at a scale of 1:6,000.

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.

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, 1997

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 1997 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.

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, 1999

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in colour, and were taken in 1999.

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, 1966

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in 1966 by the Township of Toronto.

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, 1980

This City of Mississauga aerial photography covers the area of Mississauga. These photos are in black and white, and were taken in April of 1980 by the Northway-Photomap Inc at a scale of 1:10,000.

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.

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.

Transportation Related - Lines (TAL)

This layer includes features (lines) relating to the transportation sector. Features in this layer include, but are not limited to airport runways, tunnels, retaining walls, and air navigation hazards.

Note:This datasets was mostly discontinued as of 2004. Some elements, such as tunnels and bridges, were incorporated into Railway and Transit Lines (RTL).

Southwestern Ontario Orthophotography Project (SWOOP) - 2015 Classified LAS

Southwestern Ontario Orthophotography Project (SWOOP) 2015 Classified LAS was generated by Mapping and Geomatics Services Section (MGSS).

MGSS staff worked with the raw point cloud LAS data derived from image correlation in order to create a SWOOP 2015 Classified LAS.

In total, SWOOP 2015 Classified LAS contains 44,629 non-overlapping tiles (1km x 1km) of classified point cloud data in LAS format covering Southwestern Ontario.

The Classified LAS is available for download through the use of this index service. Data are available as zlas format for Southwestern Ontario.

Airborne Topographic Lidar (2016-17)

The Airborne Topographic Lidar acquisition contains raw and classified lidar digital elevation data and derivative products to support agricultural soil map renewal for selected geographic areas in southern Ontario (Peterborough, Lake Erie (coming 2018)) and portions of northern Ontario (Cochrane).

Included in this release of data are:
  • Lidar - Digital Terrain Model (2016-17)
  • Lidar Classified Point Cloud (2016-17)
  • Lidar Raw Point Cloud (2016-17)

This is the output of the first year of a two year data collection project. Data collection occurred during the fall of 2016 and spring of 2017. Data will be updated to include Lake Erie and remaining Peterborough and Cochrane project areas in the first half of 2018.

The Airborne Topographic Lidar acquisition was initiated as a collaborative partnership between the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). A contract was awarded to Airborne Imaging Inc. for the collection of lidar for the three defined project areas (Cochrane, Peterborough and Lake Erie watershed). This project was funded in part through Growing Forward 2 (GF2), a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

Food Distribution Point

This feature layer includes the locations of food distribution depots across Canada including, but not limited to, supermarkets, convenience stores, and restaurants.

All locations are classified using the North America Standard Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Standard Industry Classification (SIC), for further analysis. Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

 


 

 

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