Where Are Crown Land Maps Found?


Quick Answer

Crown Land use maps are available through the district offices of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for each province or through the province’s official websites. Additionally, municipal offices, libraries and universities may have these maps available.

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Crown land is land, or land covered by water such as rivers or lakes, that is owned by the provincial government, which may make some or all of it available to the public for specific purposes or uses. These uses may be residential, commercial or industrial and can involve recreation and tourism, agriculture, airports, and clean energy production. Each province determines the permitted uses of its land and policies associated with the licensing and use of the land.

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