• Posted on: November 11, 2018
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    Jon Murphy

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A National Geospatial Conference for 2019: Feb 19th-James St Pub- Conference Discussion

Jonathan Murphy Having fun on Sparks Street in Ottawa

Ottawa’s GoGeomatics social on November 19th will include a special discussion! Managing Director of GoGeomatics Jonathan Murphy will be sharing the GoGeomatics vision for a new national geospatial conference for Canada. Click here to join us.

Jonathan will discuss current plans, partners, and themes for this inaugural 2-day event. This conference is in planning stages now and is slated to arrive in 2019.  This will be an open discussion and include members of the conference committee.  Share your views on what you think would make for a valuable conference experience in Ottawa.

GoGeomatics Canada has grown in capacity over the past 7 years, and it’s with energy and enthusiasm our volunteers, stakeholders and partners are coming together to create something very special. It’s time for Canadian geomatics community to come together in order to showcase the proud history of our achievements and look to the future.

Please join us on November 19th at the James Street Pub by RSVping to learn more about the conference and opportunities to participate in the planning and execution of the two day event.

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