Free and Open Data
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.
The City of Regina Open Data website provides the public with “self-serve” access to city data/information for download or viewing in different formats. Members of the public can access the information to do data analysis, mapping, chart creation or develop applications.
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 …
The Canadian Wind Atlas shows the slicing of the Canadian territory in 65 tiles on which numerical simulations were performed. It displays an overview of the different fields that were calculated: mean wind speed and energy for three different heights, as well as three geographic fields …
The City of Yellowknife’s Open Data Portal gives application developers and GIS users the ability to easily access the most requested spatial data sets.
The province of New Brunswick offers a digital High Resolution Wind Resource that they call the New Brunswick Wind Atlas on their Service New Brunswick (SNB) website. The provinces wind data set is tiled into smaller higher resolution thematic maps of New Brunswick matching their topographic mapping network grid and depicting “Mean Wind Speeds (m/s) at 80 m AGL (above ground level)”