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Do we need a consistent approach to spatial education across Canada?

I’ve been asked to lead a GIS program review for our College; we want to try to anticipate future trends…

Welcome to the New GoGeomatics Canada!

Here at GoGeomatics Canada, we want to say hello to our new users and “surprise” to our existing members. We…

Bob Ryerson: State of our Art – Canadian Geomatics Editorial

For the first editorial for the new Canadian web magazine for geomatics I have been asked to comment on where…

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…

NRCAN Study of the Canadian Geomatics Sector

It looks as though the Canadian federal government, through NRCAN, is going to take a long hard and very expensive…

Inside TECTERRA’s Investing in Innovation Event!

Hello GIS, Geomatics, and Remote Sensing Friends! In February, I was given the opportunity to attend TECTERRA’s Investing in Innovation:…

Timothy Ensom – Environmental Scientist

This time around GoGeomatics Canada is looking to the west to find Hydrologist Timothy Ensom at Golder Associates. Welcome to…

Top Five Canadian Geomatics LinkedIn Groups

Since our Top 10 Canadian Geomatics Twitter feeds article was such a (controversial) hit, we’ve decided to do another entry…

Measuring Tree Canopy Cover in an Urban Environment

To properly and effectively design and manage the city’s tree canopy it is important to quantify the amount and composition…

Out of Place — An Introduction

I know things that others don’t, I feel things that others can’t And yet its not part of this time…

Amy Barker – G.I.S. Officer for the Government of the Northwest Territories

Amy Barker has been working for the Government of the Northwest Territories for over 2 years as a G.I.S. Officer.…

Catherine Ennis – International GIS Manager

Welcome Catherine Ennis to the GoGeomatics community! GoGeomatics:  We would like to give our readers some background.  Let’s start with…