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Maps and Geospatial Data

Library services and spaces re-opening

As of September 1, most Library branches, including the stack areas, will be accessible to current McGill students, faculty, and staff. Visit the hours webpage for a full listing of opening and service hours.

Further to Quebec government and university directives, procedural masks will continue to be required in all Library branches. For more information, please visit Library services & spaces re-opening.

Finding maps and geospatial data

McGill Library holds an extensive collection of geospatial information resources, including over print maps, historical air photos, orthophotos, satellite imagery, and spatial data sets. Coverage is worldwide, with an emphasis on the greater Montreal region, Quebec, and Canada.

Geoindex is an excellent starting point for McGill users to find Geospatial data, including cadastral data, administrative regions, historical maps, and much more. Historical index map of the island of Montreal.

  • Request Data using the geospatial data request form.;Some data may also be downloaded directly from our server.
  • Request an appointment to consult the print map collection located on the second floor of the Humanities and Social Sciences Library.
  • As part of the geospatial data services the Library offers, we also keep track of the many Open data websites and portals. Contact us for assistance locating maps and data that we do not have in our collection.

 

You can access the old maps and geospatial data guide.

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