Now available: the High Resolution Digital Elevation Model (HRDEM), at a resolution of 2 metres. The HRDEM consists of a Digital Terrain Model (DTM), a Digital Surface Model (DSM) and others derived data. This first release covers 106,000 km2 (3%) of the 3.5 million km2 planned for the Canadian southern territory, and includes areas in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Manitoba.
This new product is generated from airborne LiDAR data acquired in partnership with provinces and territories to provide high accuracy data with minimum distortion. The HRDEM is part of the CanElevation collection created in support of the National Elevation Strategy implemented by Natural Resources Canada. This strategy aims to increase Canada’s coverage of high-resolution elevation data and increase product accessibility.
For more details consult the product specifications. You can download this data on the Open Government website.
We are pleased to let you know that the following census boundary datasets have now been loaded into the GeoPortal:
– Historical Atlas of Canada: 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901, 1961
– Census of Canada Boundary Files, 1951 (Census Tracts and Census Metropolitan Areas) and 1961 (Census Tracts – Toronto area only)
With these additions, we now have Census Divisions (CD) data from 1851-1951 inclusive, and from 1981 through to 2011. The 2016 census boundary files have been recently released by StatsCan, and will be available in the Geoportal shortly. The entire collection of census and boundary data has also been reorganized to ensure naming continuity, and that all datasets are under series-level records whenever possible, including for the French language datasets. You can access this collection (126 data services) in the GeoPortal by browsing the ‘Subject Category’ field and selecting Census and administrative boundaries.
The Ryerson University Library & Archives (RULA) along with the Departments of Geography, Civil Engineering , Urban and Regional Planning and Chemistry and Biology share the cost and administer the ESRI Software – Campus Site License for access to the ArcGIS Suite of software. In addition to institutional access for ArcGIS Desktop software via the GIS & Data and/or departmental labs, students/staff/faculty in these participating departments or associated graduate programs may request ONE copy of ArcGIS Desktop – Student Edition software for academic use (teaching, research, educational purposes). Commercial use of the software is prohibited.
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Are you planning research that requires current Census data?
If so, consult the 2016 Census Program release schedule to identify when your desired 2016 data variables will be available.
Need help locating statistics and data? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As of January 20, 2015, Earth Pro licenses were made available at no cost.
Would you like to take advantage of Earth Pro’s advanced features?
If so, link to the following page to find out how.
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The Open Data Toronto website has made 3D Massing Data available covering the entire City of Toronto in ESRI Shapefile, Geodatabase, and MicroStation file formats.
These data are current as of January 2015.
Click to Download datasets from the Toronto Open Data website
“Due to changes in methodology, Statistics Canada is not officially releasing dissemination area (DA) data from the 2011 NHS, which replaced the long-form census. CensusPlus offers enhanced data for the most important NHS themes for all DAs in Canada, fills in missing values and eliminates random rounding in both NHS and Census data. The result is a comprehensive set of demographic variables available for any geographic level—be it standard census and postal geographies or custom client trade areas.” (Environics Analytics, 2014) Read more…
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Now available for direct download:
2013 City of Toronto Property Data Map update (Formats: .dwg and pdf)
2013 City of Toronto Orthophotos – Resolution: 8cm (Format: MrSid – SDW) – these data are also available in .tiff format – due to file size, please submit a Direct Request for Geospatial Data if you require .tiff format.
The Open Data Toronto website has made ESRI Shapefiles available that are part of the Zoning By-law 569-2013.
These data are current as of September 15, 2014.
Available data include the following polygon layers: Zoning Categories, Policy Areas, Lot Coverages, Zoning Heights, and Rooming Houses.
Link to Zoning Data
The Ryerson University Library & Archives (RULA) along with the Departments of Geography, Civil Engineering and Urban & Regional Planning share the cost and administer the ESRI Software – Campus Site License for access to the ArcGIS Suite of software. In addition to institutional access for ArcGIS Desktop software via the GIS & Data and/or departmental labs, students/staff/faculty in these participating departments may request ONE copy of ArcGIS Desktop – Student Edition software for academic use (teaching, research, educational purposes). Commercial use of the software is prohibited.
Request ArcGIS Desktop – Student Edition