The Provincial Land Use Atlas (LUA) is a collection of digital land use data displaying administrative boundaries, proposed/approved developments, and layers associated with land use policies/regulations/legislation. The LUA was originally created as a tool to process Crown land applications and an aide in resource planning to identify potential land use conflicts. Included with the LUA is topographic base-mapping, aerial photography, imagery, Crown Land titles/applications, Municipal Plans and land use/land use restriction data.
The Public Land Inquiry Map simplifies the process of determining if a person can apply for Crown lands or if there are any limitations to the types of Crown lands applications that can be accepted. This application includes lands where no Crown lands applications can be accepted, lands where certain types of applications are accepted or are restricted, areas where more information may be required and the contact information for the appropriate regional Lands Office.