Canada Designated Place Map for Data Analyses

Designated Place Boundaries – Now Available for Mapping!

A Canada designated place map is used by different organizations in data analyses. A designated place is a community or a settlement that is smaller than a census subdivision or a population centre identified by Statistics Canada. It is often used for statistical purposes. In addition, it is also used to provide data for sub-municipal areas. The designated place resembles an incorporated place geographically. However, it lacks a separate municipal government. One criteria to meet to become a designated place is that the area should be less than or equal to ten square kilometres. 

Mapline offers special territory boundaries of Canada including designated place boundaries. At times, this type of boundary is used to find the best location for business. Oftentimes, the best location involves accessibility to target market and demographics. Mapping tools can be used to assess the right location for the business. Optimized routing or multi-stop routes are some of the tools that can be used for data analyses.

Canada Designated Place Map
Canada Designated Place Map

The Easiest Process for Mapping Canada Designated Place Map 

It only takes 10 steps to create a territory map: 

  1. Create a Mapline account and login.
  2. Click the orange “Add New Items” button.
  3. Select “New Map” on the drop down arrow.
  4. Give your map a name and click “OK.”
  5. Click the “Add” button from the left sidebar.
  6. Select the “Territories” option.
  7. Click “From Mapline’s Repository.”
  8. From the “Territories” select “Canada Designated Places.” You can also enter that on the search bar.
  9. Select how you want your boundaries to be colored in “Fill Color” (Random Colors, Uniform Color, Dynamic heat map colors, or Custom colors from spreadsheet).
  10. Click “OK.”

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