Received from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, NWOOP covers approximately 22,700 kilometres square in northwest Ontario and was taken during leaf off conditions between May 7th and May 19th, 2017. The 4 band Red Green Blue Near infrared (RGBNir) imagery has a pixel resolution of 20 cm and is available in 1 km tiles.
This full colour orthoimagery covers the entire City of Vancouver. The data was downloaded from the City of Vancouver's website: http://vancouver.ca/your-government/open-data-catalogue.aspx . These full colour images were captured in late April. Ground resolution for 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2011 is 10 cm. 2013 and 2015 imagery has 7.5 cm resolution.
Received from the City of Kitchener, 2017 data updates including bridge, edge of pavement, impervious area, planning intensification area, property unit location, road island, double line street, and zoning.
The historical census project used historical tabular census data from 1901-1951 (intervals of 10 years), transforming it into spatial data. Some of the census data used was ethnicity, employment, and population. A story map was created to display ethnicity over the 50-year period.
This image data is the result of private and government entities working together under the coordination of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF). Fugro was contracted by OMNRF to acquire and process the full colour digital imagery which encompassed an area of approximately 53,729 square kilometres; and collected between May 6th and June 10th, 2016 using Leica ADS100 Digital Camera systems. Imagery acquisition was performed at 2,377 meters above mean terrain (AMT) to produce a 20 cm resolution.