Map of Alberta Townships in Canada

You can easily create a map of Alberta Townships in Canada using Mapline.  The township system was first introduced in Canada in the late 1700s. Township is the basic land survey division of land. It refers to the district or area associated with a town.

Using Mapline, you can easily create a map of Alberta townships in Canada. In Alberta province, townships are not used in administrative units. Rather, they are used for the purpose of land division by Dominion Land Survey. They are recognizable by their township number and range number.

Steps to Create a Canada Township Map

  1. Create a Mapline account and login.
  2. Click “New Map” to create a new map.
  3. Give your map a name and click “Create Map.”
  4. Click the orange “Add Data Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the “Add Territories” option.
  6. Select “Canada Townships – Alberta (Open Government Licence – Alberta)” as the territory type.
  7. Give this territory overlay a Name and select the coloring option.
  8. Click “Continue.”

That’s how easy it is to create a map of Alberta Townships in Canada! Once you have your map, you can create a map of Excel spreadsheet locations to overlay on top. Mapline also makes it simple to see summary information about the locations inside each township just by clicking on them! Sign up now to create a map of Alberta Townships in Canada.

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Canada Forward Sortation Areas Map

You can easily create a Canada Forward Sortation Areas map using Mapline. A Forward Sortation Area (FSA) is used to designate a geographical unit based on the 1st 3 characters in the Canada postal code. FSAs start with the same three characters.

An FSA code provides the following information:

  • 1st character – a letter that identifies the province or territory.
  • 2nd character – a number that identifies the area whether it is urban or rural. Wide-area rural regions are identified with “0” while all other numerals indicate urban areas.
  • 3rd character – a letter that identifies a specific geographic district. It may be a major metropolitan area, a medium-sized city or a rural region.

Canada Forward Sortation Areas Map

Steps to Create a Canada Forward Sortation Areas Map

  1. Create a Mapline account and login.
  2. Click “New Map” to create a new map.
  3. Give your map a name and click “Create Map.”
  4. Click the orange “Add Data Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the “Add Territories” option.
  6. Select “Canada Forward Sortation Areas” as the territory type.
  7. Give this territory overlay a Name and select the coloring option.
  8. Click “Continue.”

That’s how easy it is to create a Canada Forward Sortation Areas map! Once you have your map, you can create a map of Excel spreadsheet locations to overlay on top. Mapline also makes it simple to see summary information about the locations inside each sortation area just by clicking on them! Sign up now to create a Canada Forward Sortation Areas map.

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Canada Provinces Map

You can easily create a Canada Provinces map using Mapline. Canada is a developed country located in the northern part of North America. Its 10 provinces and 3 territories make up the 2nd largest country by area in the world.

The 10 provinces are:

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan

The 3 territories are:

  • Northwest Territories
  • Nunavut
  • Yukon

Map of Canada Provinces

Steps to Create a Canada Provinces Map

  1. Create a Mapline account and login.
  2. Click “New Map” to create a new map.
  3. Give your map a name and click “Create Map.”
  4. Click the orange “Add Data Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the “Add Territories” option.
  6. Select “Canada Provinces” as the territory type.
  7. Give this territory overlay a Name and select the coloring option.
  8. Click “Continue.”

That’s how easy it is to create a Canada Provinces map! Once you have your map, you can create a map of Excel spreadsheet locations to overlay on top. Mapline also makes it simple to see summary information about the locations inside each province just by clicking on them! Sign up now to create a Canada Provinces map.

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Map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions

You can create a map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions using Mapline! Census consolidated subdivisions (CCS) refer to geographic levels between the census subdivisions and the census divisions. They are created when the smaller, more densely-populated census subdivisions like towns or villages are grouped with the larger and more rural census subdivisions.

The purpose of these territories is to disseminate the Census of Agriculture data. Using Mapline, create a map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions. The territories are stable geographic units that can be useful for longitudinal analysis.

Map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions

Steps to create a map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions

  1. Create a Mapline and login.
  2. Click “New Map” to create a new map.
  3. Give your map a name and click “Create Map.”
  4. Click the orange “Add Data Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the “Add Territories” option.
  6. Select “Canada Census Consolidated Subdivisions” as the territory type and select the state.
  7. Give this territory overlay a Name and select the coloring option.
  8. Click “Continue.”

That’s how easy it is to create a map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions! Once you have your map, you can create a map of Excel spreadsheet locations to overlay on top. Mapline also makes it simple to see summary information about the locations inside each subdivision just by clicking on them! Sign up now to create a map of Canada Consolidated Subdivisions.

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Canada Census Subdivisions Map

You can easily create a Canada Census Subdivisions Map with Mapline! Census subdivisions are areas or municipalities that perform as municipal equivalents for statistical purposes. Some examples are Indian reserves and settlements and unorganized territories. They are classified into 54 types.

To avoid confusion, The census subdivision name is always accompanied by its type. This is to help distinguish the type of CSD a certain territory is. For example, in Balmoral, we usually see “Balmoral, V” that stands for village of Balmoral, and “Balmoral, P” for parish of Balmoral.

Using Mapline, create a Canada Census Subdivisions Map.  Statistics Canada has created these territories for the purpose of statistical reporting.

Canada Census Subdivisions Map

Steps to Create a Canada Census Subdivisions Map

  1. Create a Mapline account and login.
  2. Click “New Map” to create a new map.
  3. Give your map a name and click “Create Map.”
  4. Click the orange “Add Data Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  5. Select the “Add Territories” option.
  6. Select “Canada Census Subdivisions” as the territory type.
  7. Give this territory overlay a Name and select the coloring option.
  8. Click “Continue.”

That’s how easy it is to create a Canada Census Subdivisions map! Once you have your map, you can create a map of Excel spreadsheet locations to overlay on top. Mapline also makes it simple to see summary information about the locations inside each subdivision just by clicking on them! Sign up now to create a Canada Census Subdivisions map.

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