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This map shows the number of active COVID-19 cases in long-term care facilities across Canada, as reported by Project Pandemic members.
A floodplain map for the Okanagan River and Mainstem Lakes to support flood management efforts in the face of climate change.
A map showcasing outdoor recreation options in the Truro, Nova Scotia area. The map supports residents vacationing locally during COVID-19.
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A map and 3D scene that use LiDAR data to show which parts of an electrical distribution network are most at risk due to vegetation.
A map showing Halifax’s move-up model, which helps fire stations determine which stations should send resources to which in case of a gap in coverage.
A vintage hillshade map showing the seasonal range and abundance of the American Kestrel.
A map that compares patronage to Toronto malls in the summers of 2019 and 2020. The map shows how the COVID-19 pandemic affected consumer behaviour.
A reference map to support the planning of fire suppression strategies in an area of BC at risk of wildfires.
A map of Cabbagetown and Moss Park, in Toronto, that shows which residences are eligible for the construction of laneway suites under a local by-law.
A 3D scene comparing the current progress of an existing open pit mine near Emo, Ontario to its ultimate design.
A map depicting tree density in Drumheller, Alberta, developed as part of a program to meet greenhouse gas reduction and conservation goals.
A map of COVID-19 cases in the greater Montréal area, emphasizing the link between living conditions and the number of COVID-19 cases.
A map of caribou herd ranges in the Dawson Region of Yukon, developed to support planning in collaboration with the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation.
A map, modelled after vintage maps, that highlights aspects of Inuit culture in Canada’s Arctic.
Designed as a large art installation, the Soils of the Annapolis Valley map is a unique study of the soils of the area in relation to the concept of terroir.
This map displays the amounts of greywater released by cruise ship vessels off the coast of British Columbia.
This map shows the suitability analysis used to determine areas with the highest requirement for new climate monitoring stations across the province of British Columbia.
Lower Trent Conservation is a community-based environmental protection not-for- profit that restores and manages natural resources within the Lower Trent watershed region.
Existing land use is a record of all current and observed land uses within the bounds of the City of Mississauga and is updated annually.