StatsCanada has made an interesting announcement regarding a crowdsourcing effort. From a recent announcement, “we have officially launched the crowdsourcing campaign for the pilot project “Mapping your community through crowdsourcing.”
New web mapping app improves access to municipal data and provides valuable decision support
Mapping Canada—one location at a time
This update about student practicums for business comes from our friends at BCIT in Burnaby (Vancouver) B.C, Canada @bcit_gis
The Canadian Association of Geographers-Ontario Division is pleased to announce its annual meeting will be hosted by the University of Waterloo on October 28-29, 2016.
A tip about some educational “GEo Social” events coming up for the student crowd in 2016 via GoGeomatics
Once again wildfire season is upon us and unfortunately, experts are calling for a very busy and active summer season. Check out details of this map, updated for the 2016 season, by a colleague and friend of yours truly, Erin Philip
CALGARY, May 25, 2016 – TECTERRA Inc. announced today that it had committed $4.9 million of funds to support the geomatics technology sector in Canada during the last fiscal year, which ended on March 31, 2016. This additional commitment brings TECTERRA’s investment in the geomatics industry to over $37.3 million to date.
Biodiversity of the Central Coast provides species identifications for many plants and animals found in the Great Bear Rainforest on the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada, as well as some background information about the area.
Cloud-based geographic application enables efficient and effective sharing of data with the public