British Columbia

Lynn Moorman: Finding the Way with Geo-Literacy

At first glance, navigating the world has never been easier. Getting from Point A to Point B is a snap;…

Are you a COGS Graduate?

Dr. Bob Maher has started to research ‘the story of COGS’. This is a personal project for Bob and his…

2013 Canadian Geomatics Conferences: GIS, Remote Sensing, Surveying

2013 Canadian Geomatics Conferences: Attending GIS, Remote Sensing, Surveying, Cartography, Geography Conferences Please note that we have an updated 2013…

Top Five Canadian Explorers/ Mappers/ Surveyors

Modern Canada is internationally renowned for its cartographic practices and strong mapping systems. Canada is host to vast landscapes and…

2012 Selkirk College GIS Students

Tracey Harvey Part Two: GIS Instructor, Selkirk College

GoGeomatics Canada is looking to the west of Canada and speaking with Tracey Harvey GIS instructor at Selkirk College in…

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Sheila Churchill: GIS Instructor at British Columbia Institute of Technology

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. To begin, can you tell us where you are from and where you…

The Best GIS Education in Canada

In 1960 Canada brought the first GIS to use.  We can thank Dr. Roger Tomlinson for this genesis. He called the…

Darin Brooks: GIS Instructor, College of the North Atlantic

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. To get started can you tell us about where you are from and…

Brad Maguire: GIS Instructor at Vancouver Island University

GoGeomatics: Welcome to the GoGeomatics Canada community. First off, can you tell us about where you are from and where…

Women in Canadian Surveying

GoGeomatics Canada is interviewing Wendy Macisaac of Midwest Surveys Inc. in Calgary, Alberta, about her career and being a female…

Pamela in Pakistan: Adventures of a Canadian GIS Professional Abroad

GoGeomatics member Pamela Williams is currently on assignment in Pakistan working with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of…

Topcon Experienced Canadian Surveyor

We had the opportunity to talk with Mike Strutt about surveying and his career. Mike is one of the most experienced surveyors in Canada . began his survey career in 1974 and managed his first GPS project in 1987 while a field officer with the Geodetic Survey of Canada. Prior to joining Topcon where he now manages RTN Services, Support & Training, Mike spent in excess of 11 years and 10,000 hours delivering instruction on the use of GPS for surveying and mapping.

If you’re thinking about getting into surveying or just more about what a surveyor does this is a must read.