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Service Description: The ISC SaskGIS Cadastral dataset is a copy of the cadastral view layers that are continuously maintained within Information Services Corporation's (ISC) integrated spatial database. Out – ISC data excluded from this layer as published: • AT – Authority, which overlap with other jurisdictions and are not a jurisdiction in their own right In – ISC data included in this layer as published: The Parks Act, The Historic Sites Regulations and The Recreation Sites Regulations, 1991 • HP – Historic Parks (The Parks Act 4(2) and Part A of Schedule I) • HS – Historic Sites (The Parks Act 7 and The Historic Sites Regulations) • NE – Natural Environment Parks (The Parks Act 4(4) and Part C of Schedule I) • PR – Protected Areas (The Parks Act 5(1) and Schedule II) • RP – Recreation Parks (The Parks Act 4(3) and Part B of Schedule I) • RS – Recreation Sites (The Parks Act 6 and The Recreation Sites Regulations, 1991) • WP – Wilderness Parks (The Parks Act 4(5) and Part D of Schedule I) The Canada National Parks Act • NP – National Parks (The Canada National Parks Act Schedule 1 Part 3) The National Historic Sites of Canada Order • NP – National Historic Sites (the boundaries are gazetted in the Schedule of the National Historic Sites of Canada Order, available at https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/C.R.C.,_c._1112.pdf. The National Historic Sites of Canada Order is enabled under Section 42 of the Canada National Parks Act https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/N-14.01.pdf.) Provincial parks are created on Provincial Crown land for purposes as described in The Parks Act and Regulations including: Provincial parks The Parks Act 4(2) historic parks… to be used primarily for the preservation of prehistoric and historic resources and for the interpretation of prehistoric and historic themes. The Parks Act 4(3) recreation parks… to be used primarily for the pursuit of outdoor recreational activities in a natural setting. The Parks Act 4(4) natural environment parks… to be used primarily for the pursuit of outdoor recreational activities that are consistent with the protection of natural landscapes. The Parks Act 4(5) wilderness parks… to be used primarily for the preservation of natural landscapes in a natural state and the pursuit of outdoor recreational activities that are consistent with that use. The Parks Act 5(2) Protected areas… to be used primarily for the protection and preservation of their natural, prehistoric or historic resources of interest or significance. Provincial recreation sites The Parks Act 6 recreation site any Crown lands that the Lieutenant Governor in Council considers suitable for recreational purposes. Provincial historic sites The Parks Act 7 historic site any Crown lands that the Lieutenant Governor in Council considers contain significant prehistoric or historic resources.

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Has Versioned Data: false

MaxRecordCount: 1000

Supported Query Formats: JSON

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Spatial Reference: 2151  (2957)


Initial Extent: Full Extent: Units: esriMeters

Document Info: Enable Z Defaults: false

Supports ApplyEdits With Global Ids: false

Support True Curves : true

Only Allow TrueCurve Updates By TrueCurveClients : false

Supports Dynamic Layers: false

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Supported Operations:   Query   Query Contingent Values   QueryDomains