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City of Mississauga municipal data (2012-2016)

The City of Mississauga municipal data is now accessible through both Scholars GeoPortal, and also the Geospatial Centre. Data ranges from 2012 - 2016.

 

Ontario University libraries collaborate to release over 1000 historical maps online

The project is a province-wide collaboration, led by the OCUL Geo Community, an open forum for the exchange of information relating to maps and GIS, to digitize and geocode early topographic maps of Ontario at the 1:25000 and 1:63360 scales.

http://ocul.on.ca/topomaps/

Available for download through Scholars GeoPortal:

Southwestern Ontario Orthoimagery Project (SWOOP) 2015 - Digital Elevation Model

Obtained from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, 2015 Digital Elevation Model (DEM), from the Southwestern Ontario Orthophotography Project (SWOOP). The grid spacing is based on Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection with a raster cell resolution of 2 metres.

Ontario waste water sites 2011

This product was derived from various sources and geocoded by Geospatial staff using the ArcGIS's online geocoding service. Original data credits for this data are from:

https://www.ontario.ca/data/energy/energy-use-and-greenhouse-gas-emissions-broader-public-sector

https://environmental-commissioner-of-ontario.carto.com/datasets

https://eco.on.ca/maps/2016-lets-get-seriouis/map.php

Halton Region: municipal data

Received from Halton Hills in February 2017, this vector data resource covers the entire Halton Region and is current to 2017.

https://uwaterloo.ca/library/geospatial/collections/canadian-geospatial-data-resources/other-ontario-cities-and-municipalities/halton-region-municipal-data

Historical vegetation (Upper Canada 1784 - 1859)

The Geospatial Centre archival collection now houses historical vegetation  surveyor notes (JPG), pre-settlement vegetation maps (JPG), photo negatives of surveyor maps (JPG) and

2015 Postal Code Conversion File (PCCF)

Received from Stats Canada, the 2015 Postal Code Conversion File (PCCF).

Kitchener-Waterloo: 1955 to present

Story Map "Swipe" and "Spyglass" is an ArcGIS online application that enables users to interact with two web maps or two layers. The Geospatial Centre used this application to give a visual comparison between Kitchener between 1955 and present.

Southwestern Ontario Orthoimagery Project (SWOOP) 2015

SWOOP 2015 imagery now available through Scholars GeoPortal:

https://uwaterloo.ca/library/geospatial/collections/canadian-geospatial-data-resources/scholars-geoportal

The SWOOP image data consists of Fugro acquired digital imagery with sensor Leica geosystems ADS100 collected between April 12th and May 23rd 2015.