• Posted on: December 9, 2020
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GoGeomatics Canada Wishing you Holiday Cheer and a Happy New Year

On behalf of management, staff, and volunteers we would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Thank you to everyone who visited us over the course of 2020 and we look forward to seeing you all at GeoIgnite 2021 Online next year.

2021 is only days away! While many of us would like to travel to see friends and loved ones in the various places, we at GoGeomatics are reminded that this has been a difficult year for everyone. Our hearts go out to those who have suffered and struggled in the face of the pandemic.

To all those front line workers willing to sacrifice their own safety and well-being in this crisis, we are eternally grateful. We wish you safety and health as you forge ahead to get us to the other side of this pandemic.

-Jonathan Murphy, Founder of GoGeomatics Canada

Heading into 2021 year we are excited for new projects, new partnerships, and new opportunities to grow the Canadian GoGeomatics community and support our sector.

To our volunteers, clients, partners, sponsors, and friends, GoGeomatics would like to wish you a warm, safe, and happy holiday season!

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