Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux Le but du Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux est le registre central et la seule liste complète des biens immobiliers détenu par le gouvernement du Canada. Il est administré par la Direction de la politique des biens immobiliers et du matériel du Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor. Le but du Répertoire est de maintenir les données de base à jour sur les avoirs immobiliers du gouvernement du Canada. Les renseignements qui y figurent servent à tenir le gouvernement du Canada au courant de l'ampleur et des principales composantes de son portefeuille immobilier. Il informe également les ministres, les parlementaires et le grand public au sujet d'un bien ou d'un groupe de biens en particulier dans un secteur géographique donné. 1997-03-03 2016-12-15 Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor du Canada open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca Information et communicationbiens immobiliers fédérauxRBIF Ensemble de données du Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédérauxXML https://map-carte.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/oddo/dfrp-rbif.zip Le dictionnaire des donnéesRTF http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/oddo/dfrp-rbif-eng.rtf Le dictionnaire des donnéesRTF http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/oddo/dfrp-rbif-fra.rtf Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédérauxHTML https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/home-accueil-eng.aspx Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédérauxHTML https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/home-accueil-fra.aspx

Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux

Le but du Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux est le registre central et la seule liste complète des biens immobiliers détenu par le gouvernement du Canada. Il est administré par la Direction de la politique des biens immobiliers et du matériel du Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor.

Le but du Répertoire est de maintenir les données de base à jour sur les avoirs immobiliers du gouvernement du Canada. Les renseignements qui y figurent servent à tenir le gouvernement du Canada au courant de l'ampleur et des principales composantes de son portefeuille immobilier. Il informe également les ministres, les parlementaires et le grand public au sujet d'un bien ou d'un groupe de biens en particulier dans un secteur géographique donné.

Ressources

Nom de la ressource Type de ressource Format Langue Liens
Ensemble de données du Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux Jeu de données XML Anglais
Français
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Le dictionnaire des données Guide RTF Anglais Accès
Le dictionnaire des données Guide RTF Français Accès
Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux Site Web HTML Anglais Accès
Répertoire des biens immobiliers fédéraux Site Web HTML Français Accès

Commentaires (25)

Because this data is updated on such a regular basis (it is listed as 'Daily' updates on the OpenData site), could it be provided as a web feed (WMS for example)?

Hi Cameron, Thank you for your comment. I have shared your idea with the data owner and will let you know if they decide to pursue this. Regards, Momin, the Open Government team

Cameron, I realize this is late, but the data owner likes your idea. Here's their response: Thank you for your suggestion. It is a good one and technically feasible. We are considering hosting a Web Map Service so others could consume the DFRP data through a WMS. There are some technical hurdles to overcome in order to make this a reality but we are hopeful that in time we will make it happen. To help us along this path can you briefly describe how you are consuming the DFRP data today and how this would change if TBS hosted a WMS? Regards, Momin The Open Government team

Is it possible to obtain the Directory of Federal Real Property dataset in a shapefile or ESRI geodatabase format?

Hi Paul, thank you for your comment. Your inquiry has been forwarded to the data owner for their response. Stay tuned! Momin The Open Government team

Hi Paul, I hope this isn't too late. The DFRP Open Data is an XML file. XML files can be opened in note pad or by using specialized software. If you would like to pull DFRP data reports in other formats, including GIS compatible files, you can use the following link and steps: DFRP: https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/home-accueil-eng.aspx - Use the left-hand search options to select required data - On the Summary of Results page under Options, select Export Search Results to a GIS compatible format - Select one or more data files for download as required - The DFRP collects both coordinates (latitude and longitude) and polygon data for property and structure records that are provided to TBS by the individual reporting organizations Hope that helps! Momin The Open Government team

Hi Momin, The ESRI shape files give 404 error. Would you/the DFRP mind verifying the links? Thank you.

In trying to access the CSV from: https://map-carte.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/oddo/dfrp-rbif.zip I get the following error in firefox: The owner of map-carte.tbs-sct.gc.ca has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website. Perhaps someone can look into this? Likely the SSL certificate is configured incorrectly, invalid or expired.

Hi Dave, I am able to access the link using Internet Explorer. Some times access is denied on firefox due to security issues. I will forward your comment to the data owner and have them take a look as well. Thank you, Momin, the Open Government team.

Hi Dave, The DFRP Open Data file is not in CSV format it is an XML file. XML files can be opened in note pad or by using specialized software. If the requestor would like to pull DFRP data reports in other formats, they can use the following link and steps: - Public DFRP: https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/dfrp-rbif/home-accueil-eng.aspx - Select search criteria on the left hand menu - Add any additional search criteria as required - Under Options on the Summary of Results Screen, select Export Query Results to Text File to download a csv file that can be opened in Excel. For further questions please feel free to email the data owner Sarah Orovan at Sarah.Orovan@tbs-sct.gc.ca Thank you, Momin The Open Government team

Seeking to recive land titlement .requesting crown land for development invoke agent designated priorty assistant to process this request with map coordinates. Prefers the immediate area or there of and around.

Veuillez corriger le mot ''donées'' qui apparaît à 2 reprises sous la rubrique Ressource. Il faut lire ''le dictionnaire des données''. Quel manque de respect à l'égard des francophones qui payent des impôts et contribuent à la richesse de ce pays au même titre que les anglophones! Tout à fait innaceptable.

Bonjour Julienne, Merci beaucoup de nous avoir informés. J'ai envoyé un message au fournisseur de données. -Tasha, pour l'équipe du gouvernement ouvert

Bonjour Julienne, Merci beaucoup d’avoir soulevé cette coquille. Elle a maintenant été corrigée. -Tasha, l'équipe du gouvernement ouvert

Bonjour Julienne, Merci beaucoup d’avoir soulevé cette coquille. Elle a maintenant été corrigée. -Tasha, l'équipe du gouvernement ouvert

A previous comment refers a to-be-developed GIS export feature. Is this feature still planned? If not, is there an alternative to access the geo data, such as request from the data owner?

Thanks for your comment. I have forwarded this to the data owner for clarification. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Tasha, for the Open Government Team

Hi Lerdman, We can provide a link to download publicly available geospatial data for the DFRP in a TAB file format, but we have a couple questions about exactly what you're looking for. Mind emailing us at open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca and we can arrange? As a side note, we're also working on making it more easily available through this site. Thank you, Kent on behalf of the open government team

To follow-up: the file has been changed to , not the recommended . I discovered the change while running my code (which failed). I will now investigate and correct. Thanks for the correction.

I've been using c# to read the DFRP Open Data XML file. Internally, in text, the file identifies as utf-16 encoding: But, the file is actually missing a BOM (U+FEFF) for utf-16. In fact, the file is encoded/saved as a UTF-8 file. Reading the xml file in its current form requires extra juggling in code because by specification the reading fails because of the automatic detection of UTF-8 and the header indication of utf-16. Can this be corrected? If the file is intended to be UTF-16, add the BOM. If it is intended to be UTF-8, remove the 'encoding="utf-16"' indication and just have Looking forward to a response (I can provide a contact email/number, as necessary).

Thanks for your comment, I have highlighted this issue with the data owner. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Karin, for the Open Government Team

The data dictionary describes a Parcel Element, which references some attributes and a link to the map image highlighting the property. Is there a source or location for the real property boundaries in the Parcel Element in some sort of geographic reference? A string of OpenGIS Well-Known Text describing the property polygon or a more organized XML structure would be useful. Thank you

Hello Todd, We received this response from the data owner. The actual open datasets of the Directory of Federal Real property was built to offer a maximum and a wide reuse of it in different domain. An export to GIS search about the properties will be available through the Directory of Federal Real Property application this fall once the application platforms have been updated. Thanks.

Please put data in your open dataset

Thank you for your feedback. For all information available related to the Directory of Federal Real Property, please click here: http://open.canada.ca/data/en/dataset/08013e71-101a-457c-af76-c7b13a08ff64 If you are looking for additional information for this dataset, please provide us with a specific request and we will forward it to the dataset provider.