The BC Data Catalogue is the place to find B.C. Government data, applications and web services. Government ministries and many broader public sector agencies publish their data resources in the Catalogue. The data in the catalogue can be used to make informed decisions and create opportunities for the benefit of all British Columbians.
B.C.’s investment in Spatial Data Infrastructure provides government agencies, businesses and citizens with direct access to authoritative, geographic data through a wide variety of web applications and services.
From coast to coast to coast Canadian provinces, territories and municipalities are joining the conversation on open government. Here you will find information about open government activities across the country, and tools to help get your jurisdiction engaged in open government.
Data collections from the National Library of Scotland. As per the NLS, "we apply rights statements to our data. These statements explain the copyright status of some or all the data in the dataset. We also apply licences to some of our data. Licences grant permission to use data that are subject to copyright protection. Data that are not subject to copyright protection, for example because protection has expired, do not have licences and may normally be re-used without further permission ..." Verify the permission association with the data.
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