Access the database of toponyms, or geographical names, that are used on official, Government of Canada maps.
Continuous observations of data allow the monitoring of changes, which for example can illustrate yearly ground motion at points around globe. Site includes links to Canadian and international data collecting agencies.
Responsible for the provision of topographic information about Canada’s landmass, the centre collects maps and aerial photography that details natural and man-made land features.
Visit GeoBase to access quality Canadian geospatial information at no cost and with unrestricted use.
Access geospatial databases, tools and services on-line, including an extensive collection of maps and images.
Distributes geospatial data about Canada. The data is available for free.
Visit Geoscape Calgary to learn about the city's landscape and how geological knowledge contributes to sustainable land-use decisions for Calgary's growing population.
Visit Geoscape Canada, which visually explains landscapes, earth and water resources and natural hazards of Canadian communities through posters, available both online and in print.
Learn about bedrock, ice age and modern sediments, groundwater and much more at Geoscape Fort Fraser.
Visit Geoscape Montréal to find out how the St. Lawrence River and Mount Royal played key roles in the city's founding and growth
Visit Geoscape Ottawa - Gatineau to learn about an area that has experienced mountain building and erosion, tropical and temperate seas, thick ice sheets and erosion by rivers.
Travel through more than a billion years of the geologic history of Québec, the junction of three major geological provinces.
Explore Geoscape Saskatchewan to learn about the prairies, a mosaic of flat plains, rolling hills, steep-sided valleys, and forested coulees.
Unearth information about the Greater Toronto Area's fascinating geologic past through five themes highlighting significant geoscape features in the region.
Visit Geoscape Vancouver to learn about volcanoes, mountain watersheds, the Fraser River delta, earthquakes and much more.
Visit Geoscape Victoria to find information on the landscape of southern Vancouver Island, the product of a wide variety of natural processes acting over 370 million years.
Tour Geoscape Whitehorse to find information on volcanic eruptions, groundwater, radon gas and much more.
A dynamic and comprehensive national collection of maps and related geographic information.