Jon Murphy

Ottawa April 29th: Geospatial Career & Job Hunting Seminar

Saturday: April 29th – 9:15 AM Ottawa Library, Main Branch  Basement Conference Room 120 Metcalfe, Ottawa, Ontario We will be…

GoGeomatics Goes to East Africa: New Markets for Canadian Technologies

  Jambo from Nairobi, Kenya!   I,  Jon Murphy – GoGeomatic’s intrepid Managing Director, am in Kenya having a look…

Top 5 Popular GoGeomatics Articles from 2015

It’s that time again! Time to take a look back at the last year on the Magazine and see which…

4 Most Popular GoGeomatics Articles of 2014

It’s that time again! Time to take a look back at the last year on the Magazine and see which…

The Results are in: Canadian GIS Grads Willing to Retrain for Land Surveying Careers

At our Cross-Canada Back to School Socials back in September, GoGeomatics took advantage of the huge numbers of students and…

Meet GoGeomatics’ Newest Social Leader: Tristan Forward

GoGeomatics Canada would like to extend a warm welcome to Tristan Forward, our newest social group leader in Calgary, Alberta.…

The First Edmonton GoGeomatics Social is May 27!

GoGeomatics Canada is pleased to announce the first Edmonton GoGeomatics Canada Social! Jon Murphy, Managing Director of GoGeomatics Canada, will…

GoGeomatics Canada at the York U Geomatics Career Fair (with photos)

GoGeomatics Canada attended the York University Geomatics Career Fair today, which happened at the Accolade West Building on the York…

A Recap: GoGeomatics Canada’s Top Articles of 2013

At the end of each year, we at GoGeomatics Canada like to wrap up by taking the time to look…

gLoc8 CEO Set to Speak at Toronto’s GoGeomatics Social

GoGeomatics and the York University Geomatics Club have come together to present November’s GoGeomatics Toronto Social. Make some friends and…

Twitter: What is the Purpose of this Social Media Tool?

Twitter gives us unlimited access to another spatial realm-for the time being- in the spirit of our exponentially rapid development…

Missed Opportunities in Canadian Geomatics: Lessons for the Future?

Jon Murphy knows how to ask some interesting questions – which is perhaps why I like reading what comes out…