For over a century, the Atlas of Canada has provided Canadians with trusted geographic information about Canada and the world. From the first paper folio edition in 1906 to today’s digital and interactive online maps, the Atlas of Canada has provided insights and information to help everyone understand the world we live in, as well […]
May 25, 2021 – Longueuil, Quebec – From July 26 to 30, 2021, 52 young Canadians from across the country will virtually join astronauts, engineers and scientists from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for an exciting week of space training.
Canadian space app developer Deploy Solutions will be returning to the GeoIgnite conference this month to unveil a new climate-focused prototype, as part of an Earth Day showcase at the Canadian national Geospatial event.
GeoIgnite 2021 is back April 21-23rd, and Canada’s National Geospatial Conference is bigger and better than ever. Breaking new ground, the conference is free and the first three days are presented bilingually in French and English for the first time.
GeoIgnite 2021 is scheduled to take place April 2021 and will feature a career fair, April 14, Conference, April 21-23, and professional training and workshops, April 26-30
Esri Canada recently offered Cdn businesses this help to weather the pandemic.
The City of Victoria has rolled out its annual map of blooming cherry and plum trees throughout the region. The interactive map pinpoints different types of blossoming trees across the city depending on the time of year. (Source: CFAX1070)
NORTH BAY, Ontario, Aug. 15, 2019 — Delivering broadband to rural and remote regions in Canada faces unique, complex challenges as compared to broadband deployments in urban settings.
OTTAWA, May 14, 2019 /CNW/ – By driving innovation in communities across the country, the Government of Canada is empowering communities to address the most pressing needs of their residents through data and connected technology.
Canada has a proud history in the realm of geospatial and location technology. In fact, an Ottawa-based geographer, the late Dr. Roger Tomlinson, is universally recognized as the “father” of what is now known as geospatial information services, or GIS. Despite Canada’s prominence in the history of GIS, the country has lacked a vendor-neutral annual […]