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Mississauga Spot Height Elevation

The City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.

This data set contains spot height elevations of the City of Mississauga, Ontario.

Neighbourhoods Region

This layer indicates urban neighbourhoods, geographically localized areas within a larger city, town, or suburb.

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

Valves Point

This layer indicates the locations of devices on a pipeline that control flow.

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

Rail Turntable Point

This layer indicates the points of platforms used to rotate locomotives and train cars.

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

WiFi Hotspots Point

This layer indicates locations in Canada that have public WiFi access.

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

Police Services Point

This point feature layer indicates the locations of Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Sûreté du Québec (SQ), Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC), and other municipal police services.

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.

Water Names Point

This layer indicates the point locations and associated names of water features across Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, the names of lakes, rivers, channels, ponds, and reservoirs.

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

Roads Line

This layer includes all the roads in Canada and can be used for routing purposes.

Associated routing tables and other attribute tables are available to download in the additional downloads section. These tables can be joined to the road layer using the unique "RDS_ID" field.

Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Tracks Line

This layer outlines the shape of sports tracks. These are typically found in recreational areas or part of educational facilities.

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

Stadium Point

This layer indicates the locations of structures containing tiered spectator seating along the perimeter of playing fields and sports tracks.

All features 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.

Park Sports Field Region

This layer displays parks and recreational areas across Canada. This includes, but is not limited to, national parks, provincial parks, municipal parks, wilderness areas, golf courses, campgrounds, cemeteries, sports fields, historical sites, and swimming pools.

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

Religious Buildings Point

This layer indicates the locations of religious buildings.

All features 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.

Tank Point

This layer indicates the point locations of cylindrical structures used to store liquids.

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

Silo Point

This layer indicates the locations of cylindrical structures of 20 meters or more in height used for storing silage.

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

Weigh Stations Point

This feature layer includes all weigh stations in Canada.

All features 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.

Runway Region

This layer represents the areas of runways, prepared surfaces used by airplanes and helicopters for take-off and landing.

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

Trails Line

This layer indicates the paths or routes suitable for walking, hiking, bicycling, and other outdoor activities.

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

Ruins Point

This layer indicates the point locations of historical ruins in Canada.

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

Transmission Lines Line

This layer indicates the location of cables used for communication or power transmission.

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

Transformer Station Region

This layer indicates the sites where voltage is altered for an electrical power system.

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

Solid Depot Dumps Region

This layer indicates the areas that are used for the accumulation of solid material or waste from domestic or industrial activity.

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

Populated Place Name Point

This point file represents populated places across Canada. Each point contains attribute information that includes, but is not limited to: the place name, classification, and census correspondence.

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

Seaplane Base Point

This layer indicates the locations offering seaplane facilities licensed by Transport Canada.

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

Radio Stations Point

This layer indicates the locations of radio stations in Canada.

All features 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.

Waterbodies Region

This layer includes polygon features representing bodies of water like lakes, ponds, and rivers.

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

Water Transport Line

This layer indicates linear water transport features including lock gates and wharfs.

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

Water Structure Line

This layer indicates linear water structure features including dams, conduits, and breakwaters.

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

Snowshed Line

This layer indicates roofed structures built over a road or railway in mountainous areas to provide avalanche protection.

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

Relative Elevation Nodes Point

This layer indicates the relative elevations of transportation nodes. It outlines relationships between street segments on different planes via node-and-segment connectivity (e.g. 0 for surface, -1 for an underpass, and 1 for an overpass). Relative Elevation Nodes (REN) are a work-around for inherent limitations when navigating through three-dimensional street networks represented on the two-dimensional plane (i.e. computer screen). REN help to establish routing options and are particularly useful where complex overpass/underpass structures exist because they indicate street segments as being on different road-levels; where on the computer screen all streets appear to be connected.

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

Power Plants Point

This layer indicates the locations of power plants across Canada and includes information about annual electricity production and CO2 emissions.

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

 


 

 

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