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Deanna Sokoloski

Deanna's passion for the outdoors led her to complete a degree from the University of Ottawa with a BA Honours Major in Geography, Minor in Geomatics and Spatial Analysis. While working for GoGeomatics Canada, she decided to attend Algonquin College for a postgraduate certificate in GIS, to further her technical skills.

Articles by Deanna Sokoloski

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – June 12, 2013

The end is near, and that realization is beginning to creep up as fast as a debris flow.  For those…

@GoGeomaticsPost – Twitter for Canadian Jobs & Events

Tweet tweet here we come..again! At GoGeomatics Canada, we love social media, and love to tweet to our followers. Of…

Jasna & Deanna

URISA – More Than Just Maps: Google Person Finder

I had the opportunity to attend URISA Ontario’s (Urban and Regional Information Systems Association) Be Spatial ’13 event held in…

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – April 21, 2013

April 21, 2013 Two semesters done ..almost. Five more exams to write in a five-day period, and then I’ll have…

Marie-Josee Proulx: CEO of Intelli3

We would like to introduce an industry professional, Marie-Josee Proulx. She is currently the CEO of Intelli3 in Quebec. GoGeomatics…

Amy Mui: High-Resolution Multispectral Satellite Imagery for Identifying Turtle Habitats

Amy Mui was not always in the geomatics industry. Beginning in wildlife biology, she now is a PhD candidate with…

Lindsay Short: The Ins and Outs of Being a Young GIS Professional

Historically, jobs in GIS were few and women in these roles were even fewer. While there are a growing number…

Glenor Pitters: Co-Founder of DMTI Spatial

We are privileged to present Glenor Pitters to our readers, the co-founder of DMTI Spatial. We will be speaking with her…

Marie C. Robidoux – Association of Canada Land Surveyors’ First Female President

We are very fortunate and pleased to announce Marie C. Robidoux, CLS, LLM and share her insights with you, our…

Canadian Women in Geomatics for International Women’s Day 2013 : March Segment

GoGeomatics Canada is pleased to announce our second annual segment in honour of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2013.…

Relying on Technology for EMS in Canada – Pros and Cons

New Years is a time to reminisce about the past year and compile your thoughts. What better way to do…

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – December 17, 2012

December 17, 2012 To say that the past semester of school flew by is an understatement. I am still slightly…