I am looking for a source of geospatial data source for Newfoundland, Canada comparable to Land Information Ontario (LIO) in Ontario. We are in need of mapping at scales 1:20000 (metric) and larger scales and the available CanVec federal datasets are too course for our purposes (~1:50K). Ideally, I would like to obtain LiDAR or equivalent topography as well as ortho-imagery, hydrology, transportation and other basemap data.

Google search doesn't seem to reveal any useful sources: https://opendata.gov.nl.ca/ (confusing site with no extensive data catalog/download options)

https://gis.geosurv.gov.nl.ca/ (links to very basic interactive maps and links to federal data)

closed as off-topic by Spacedman, Ian Turton Feb 11 at 17:40

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because you should try opendata.stackexchange.com for data requests. – Spacedman Feb 11 at 17:02
  • OK. Removed the word "Open" – Jakub Sisak GeoGraphics Feb 11 at 17:15
  • has GIS.SE officially started to reject "Where can I find dataset X" questions and they should all be pushed to opendata.SE? – KHibma Feb 11 at 18:35
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    Personally I wish we could migrate all the data requests, so open data SE can serve as a central location for geospatial data source recommendations. But the insistence on open data is a problem, as it leaves some questions with no place to go. – csk Feb 11 at 20:28
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    Nominated for reopening. The full data tag description does indeed say that "The tag is designed to use for questions seeking commercial GIS data." So it looks like this question is on-topic for GIS SE. – csk Feb 11 at 20:40

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