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This layer maps annual average daily traffic volumes at permanent traffic count sites in the region. Results are expressed as number of vehicles. Data are reported for the years 2004-2014 and accessible by moving the time slider

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2017-02-06

The Early Development Instrument (EDI) is a questionnaire developed by Dr. Dan Offord and Dr. Magdalena Janus at the Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University. The questionnaire has 104 questions and measures five core areas of early child development that are known to be good...

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2017-02-06

Value of building permits, measured in thousands, by community and regional district. Data are provided for 1998-2014. To view data for different years, move the time slider.

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2017-02-06

This layer maps the 2012 waste disposal rate for Basin-Boundary regional districts. These figures only include waste that is buried in a landfill. Recycled or reused waste (including blue box/blue bag materials, yard waste, scrap metal and other diverted materials) is not included. For...

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2017-02-06

Educational Attainment measures the percentage of people over the age of 15 with post-secondary education. Post-secondary education includes: apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma, college, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma, university certificate or diploma below...

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2017-02-06

Locations of festivals and other annual special events in the Columbia Basin-Boundary region.

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2017-02-06

Youth at Risk Composite Index by LHA

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2017-02-06

Includes polygons from the Vegetation Resources Inventory that are in Age class 9, meaning (for most BEC units) that they are estimated to be over 250 years old.

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2017-02-06

This layer maps the Male Population, by Census Subdivision, for the years 2001, 2006, and 2011. Symbolized by graduated colours where darker colours reflect a higher population count.

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2017-02-06

This layer maps the Female Population, by Census Subdivision, for the years 2001, 2006, and 2011. Symbolized by graduated colours where darker colours reflect a higher population count.

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2017-02-06

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