Alberta Data Partnerships has created Open Data Areas Alberta (ODAA) to put extensive data in the hands of those who can use it. Datasets from six key areas across Alberta are available for no cost and under Alberta's Open Government Licence. These include earth observation, remote sensing, geospatial data, environmental data, and social and economic datasets from private industry and government.

Who we are

Alberta Data Partnerships (ADP) is a non-profit, public-private partnership created to provide long-term management of comprehensive digital data sets for our stakeholders.

Governed by a board of directors, ADP has the core purpose of maintaining and promoting the broadest possible distribution of provincial digital mapping that meets the immediate needs of the Alberta market.

Through the Mapping Data Agreement with the Government of Alberta and other key contracts with data creators, ADP is committed to making Alberta’s base mapping infrastructure more available, accessible, accurate, and affordable. ADP operates in a joint venture agreement with an operating partner, Altalis Ltd. The Altalis website is the medium through which users can access data sets. ADP also has a contract with Abacus Datagraphics to deliver Public Lands survey plans through its Badgr application.

News and Events

Stakeholder Session Materials Now Available
December 3, 2021

Thanks again to all who were able to attend the November 16 Stakeholder Session. Below are links to ...

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ADP – City of Edmonton Cadastral and Titles Mapping Announcement
October 29, 2021

Alberta Data Partnerships Ltd. (ADP) and the City of Edmonton are pleased to jointly announce an agr...

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Governance

Alberta Data Partnerships is governed by a board of directors who reflect the needs of the province of Alberta and its industries. The board is made up of representatives from the Government of Alberta, utility companies, municipalities, forestry, oil and gas, and other stakeholder associations.



Rural Municipalities of Alberta

Soren Odegard
Councillor, County of Two Hills

Alberta Chamber of Resources

Stephen Rawlinson
President, ADP
Vice President, Americas      STATS Group International

AFPA

Vacant

Alberta1Call

Mike Sullivan
President

AUMA

Horacio Galanati
Community Safety Director,
City of Grande Prairie

Alberta Energy Regulator

Andrew Beaton
Vice President,
Alberta Geological Survey Branch

ATCO Gas

Jacalyn Hodgson
Senior Director, Engineering & Integrity
ATCO Pipelines & Liquids

CAPP

Richard Wong
Manager, Operations

FORTIS Alberta

Sarah Stewart
Supervisor Data Integrity & GIS

Telus

Michael Dorland

Director, Planning & Engineering

Government of Alberta

Tom Davis
Assistant Deputy Minister, Environment and Parks

Leadership

Erik Holmlund
Executive Director

As executive director, Erik is responsible for building relationships between Alberta Data Partnerships (ADP) and its stakeholders, including the key partnerships with the Government of Alberta, Altalis, Abacus Datagraphics and MNC Ltd. Under his leadership, ADP will work to develop accountabilities, increase the number of ADP licensed data sets, provide financial oversight, and implement project metrics to strengthen ADP’s sustainability and its ability to meet the mandate that ADP has with all its stakeholders and the people of Alberta. Erik, along with the president of ADP, serve on the Joint Venture Management Committee of Altalis.

What We Do

key

We ensure key geospatial data sets are complete and accurate.

connect

We connect the creators and users of geospatial data.

forum

We create a forum for discussion around geospatial data.

Contact Us

To learn more about Alberta Data Partnerships and how we can help you, contact Erik.
erik@abdatapartnerships.ca
780.996.2922

10665 Jasper Avenue, Suite 1400
Edmonton, AB
T5J 3S9