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Location of recreational facilities and assets. Facility types include: 'Arena'; 'Ball Field'; 'Bike Park'; 'Complex'; 'Curling'; 'Multi Use'; 'Outdoor Rink'; 'Skatepark'; 'Tennis'.

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2017-02-06

Red listed species ecosystems that may be found within the Columbia Basin Boundary Region.

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2017-02-06

Locations of existing recreation tenures on provincial lands.

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2017-02-06

Shows the reported number of bears destroyed by Conservation Officers within Regional District electoral areas and municipal areas, 2009 - 2013.

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2017-02-06

Total Net Migration by regional district, 1997-2012. Symbolized by graduated colours where blue shades represent a positive number of people immigrating into the region and red shades represent a negative number. Darker colours represent higher numbers of people.

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2017-02-06

Net intraprovincial migration by regional district, 1997-2012. Symbolized by graduated colours where blue shades represent a positive number of people immigrating into the region and red shades represent a negative number. Darker colours represent higher numbers of people.

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2017-02-06

Net Interprovincial Migration by Regional District, 1997-2012. Symbolized by graduated colours where blue shades represent a positive number of people immigrating into the region and red shades represent a negative number. Darker colours represent higher numbers of people.

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2017-02-06

Net International Migration by Regional District, 1997-2012. Symbolized by graduated colours where blue shades represent a positive number of people immigrating into the region and red shades represent a negative number. Darker colours represent higher numbers of people.

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2017-02-06

For each BEC zone in the RDI Columbia Basin area, this layer represents the percentage of that zone covered by a protected land type.

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2017-02-06

Shows the number of distinct invasive Species found within each BEC subzone within the Columbia Basin.

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2017-02-06

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