The City of Saint John provides simple access to information and tools for citizens to better understand the City of Saint John. We recommend you explore the following applications that have been created around specific services, objectives and initiatives
The Mi’kmaw Place Names atlas includes an online interactive map with more than 700 place names derived from approximately 1500 names collected throughout Nova Scotia from interviews with Mi’kmaw Elders and others.
It includes pronunciation, translations, etymology, and other features, such as photos and videos of some of the interviews. The user has the ability to customize the map by selecting various GIS layers including hydrology, terrain elevation, historical maps of Nova Scotia and much more.
SIGÉOM is a unique spatial reference geomining information system.
It contains the entire Québec geoscientific database collected over the past 150 years. Every year, it grows richer with additional data coming from geological mapping surveys, prospection and exploration activities undertaken by the Ministry, mining companies and universities
The Saskatchewan Geological Survey is responsible for investigating, compiling and maintaining information on the geology, and mineral and petroleum resources of the province. They have various maps and data on the economic and general geology of Saskatchewan …
1967 is a very significant date in Saint John’s history. It was the year that the City of Saint John was amalgamated with the neighboring City of Lancaster, Parish of Lancaster and Parish of Simonds.
As a result of amalgamation, the City’s area grew from 54km2 to 366km2.
Sliding the center bar left and right will allow you to see how much the City has changed since 1967.
A panoramic view of the City of Vancouver published in 1898 as a supplement to the Daily World newspaper. It provides viewers an oblique aerial view in a south direction across Burrard Inlet towards Vancouver.
The Nunavut Map Viewer is the web mapping application that displays the mineral tenure spatial data that is maintained by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) as well as several datasets .
The Nova Scotia Wind Atlas is a project of the Nova Scotia Department of Energy developed in a partnership with the K.C. Irving Chair in Sustainable Development at the University of Moncton and the Applied Geomatics Research Group at the Nova Scotia Community College.