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Download the polygons (shapefile) instead of the coordinate data which is just an ascii list. Open the shapefile using QGIS as I originally suggested and Save As to a kml file. Alternatively use Google Earth Pro (currently free), Shp2kml, or another online converter to do the conversion. Upload the kml file to Google Maps.
CanMap Address Points Integrate Canada's most comprehensive collection of individual address points into your business application(s) or GPS devices to improve the accuracy of your results. Specifically designed and formatted for easy integration through our OEM content model, CanMap Address Points includes the definitive Canadian address ...
This might be better as a wiki. In British Columbia, civic addressing is maintained by local governments (ie, municipalities and regional districts). Depending on what your use is for the data, they can often be obtained by simple data requests directly to those local governments if it's not publicly accessible already. The data you get might not be under ...
I think you're looking for the Postal Conversion Code File. Other companies do provide their own version of it though with other socioeconomic data.
You say Canada, so I assume you're dealing with the Dominion Land Survey as opposed to the US Public Land Survey System - both use township/range/section references. I'm not as familiar with the DLS and there are some differences to the PLSS. In the PLSS your client would be right, the grid isn't regular. Assuming the information you've been provided is ...
1st. You will likely have to go province by province, as provinces usually manage spatial data like that and may have to pay for it. For Saskatchewan you might find what you're looking for here or here. 2nd. You will need to then convert the data to kml and upload it to fusion tables. 3rd. Query out what you want to display in fusion tables and then show ...
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