GIS Data Inventory

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City of Hamilton Open and Accessible Data (2013)

Date: 2013
Creator: City of Hamilton
Datum: Nad 83
Projection: UTM Zone 17
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Map of Greater Toronto and suburbs (1916)

Date: 1916
Creator: The Map Company
Datum:
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Scale: 1:16,000
Access: web
Description:
Shows streets named (index on verso obscured by backing), 2 classes of railways & ward boundaries.
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Map of the city of Dublin and its environs (190-? or 191-?)

Date: 190-? or 191-?
Creator: A. Thom & Co.
Datum:
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Scale: 1:10,000
Access: Web
Description:
Ward & twp. boundaries; railways; tramways
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Map of the city of Toronto, 3 Street Plans (1929)

Date: 1929
Creator: City Surveyor
Datum:
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Scale: 1:18,000
Access: Web
Description:
Plan 'A' proposed new and improved through streets, Plan 'B' street extensions & widenings, Plan 'C' general plan of existing auto & streetcar streets, etc. Streets named; wards delineated.
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Milton Open Data (2013)

Date: 2013
Creator: City of Milton
Datum: Nad 1983
Projection: UTM Zone 17
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Access: web
Description:
Open data from the Town of Milton in KML format
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Toronto Ward Boundaries (2003)

Date: 2003
Creator: Works and Emergency Services City of Toronto
Datum: NAD 27 and NAD 83
Projection: MTM Zone 10 and UTM Zone 17
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Access: Local Intranet u:\/geodata\/canada\/ON\/Toronto\/TorontoCity\/Wards\/
Description:
The federal - electoral themes are a nested set. Federal Electoral Districts are built up from Provincial Electoral Districts, which in turn are built up from Municipal Electoral Wards, which in turn are built up from city blocks formed by the linear features of TCL. All addresses and linear features are implicitly linked to city blocks and therefore to all Fed. Electoral Districts, the Provincial Ridings and the Municipal Electoral Wards. Municipal Electoral Wards in total cover the whole city, they do no overlap each other, they do no overlap Provincial Riding boundaries. Metadata: U:\\Geodata\\Canada\\ON\\Toronto\\TorontoCity\\Wards\\NAD27MTMZONE10\\Wards-metadata.pdf
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