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Canadian Geospatial Career & Immigration Resources for Professionals around the World

Canada hosts a thriving geospatial community. GIS jobs can be found in every province and territory, but if you’re new to Canada or thinking of moving here, navigating the geospatial job market can be challenging.

I’ve written a guide to help people like yourself get a foothold in the Canadian job market.

How our Geospatial employment guide to Canada can help

My guide outlines not only discusses what you should know about “Geo” jobs in Canada but goes into details on Canada’s provinces and territories including cities, population, weather, and more. I outline employment statistics for the whole country as well as for related fields (and these numbers get updated regularly, so you don’t have to worry about seeing old data). Take advantage of the deep dive into Canada’s geospatial community including top geospatial companies to apply to, education programs, ways to network, associations, and more.

As Canada’s Geospatial Career coach I outline modern job hunting and communication strategies specific to the geospatial sector.

Immigration Resources

In the guide you will find a list immigration resources. There is nothing else so encompassing and up-to-date like this found anywhere else for Canada’s geospatial sector, so it really is the best resource for anyone coming to work here or even considering it.

GoGeomatics Canada has compiled it all for you

For over a decade, as both the managing director of GoGeomatics Canada and a Geospatial Career coach, I have been privileged to help grow and support the Canadian location technology sector, connecting professionals, helping people find jobs, helping organizations to hire, sharing industry news, and so much more.

It’s this experience that that I’ve put into this guide. This e-book guide has gone through several editions as it keeps getting updated to include recent stats, COVID-19 info, and more.

Get your copy today

This book is an ebook, so you can purchase it to download right from our website, and it will be emailed to you for easy access. Having it handy as you make the move to Canada will be valuable.

For less than $50 CAD, this comprehensive guide that is over 90 pages long can be yours and help you on your journey to a stellar career in Canada’s GIS industry. Buy it today to dive into the opportunities Canada has to offer!

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