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GANS Board Nominations, AGM & Workshop Announcement

Nominations for the 2014/15 GANS Board are now being accepted via board@gans.ca

Available positions include President, Vice President, and several Board of Directors. This is a great opportunity to get involved with a dynamic group of people and make a difference in our geomatics community.

And for those who want to help out but are not ready to commit to one of those roles yet, GANS also has several workgroups (Communications, Membership, Education …) available that members are encouraged to participate and help out with. gans

Questions about commitment? Send Dave MacLean an e-mail – David.MacLean@nscc.ca.}

The GANS Annual General Meeting (including elections for the new Board) will be held on June 3rd in Halifax, along with a workshop on the Pan-Canadian Geomatics Strategy.

For more details about this event please see the AGM/workshop page in the GANS Events section or click here ( http://www.gans.ca/events?eventId=890638&EventViewMode=EventDetails ).

Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS)

The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) is a non-profit association created to help further promote the development of the Geomatics Industry in Nova Scotia, while making it competitive both domestically and internationally, and increasing its material contribution to the provinces economy. GANS fosters geomatics within all sectors of the Nova Scotia economy through a collaboration among a broad membership representing the public and private sector.

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