Memorial University

Lyon, Montreal, Torbay and beyond: Rodolphe Devillers seeks geospatial answers to environmental problems

This series first started with three career profiles linked to COGS in Lawrencetown, NS, and then moved west to Victoria,…

CIG: Free Conservation GIS Workshop – St. John’s, Newfoundland

When: Monday June 5th, 2017 Where: Memorial University of Newfoundland Who: CIG – NL The Canadian Institution of Geomatics is pleased…

Eastern Canada

Grand Banks to the Gulf of Mexico: My Canadian Geomatics Career

I often contemplate what it would have been like working at the same job for an entire career. Mind you,…

Marine Geomatics Primer: Using UUVs to Take Flight Underwater

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles One of the most interesting things to happen in regards to marine geomatics technology has been the…

The Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG) New President: Rodolphe Devillers

The Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG) is pleased to announce its new President, Rodolphe Devillers, PhD, Professor in Geography at…

Report on Geography & Education, St. John’s Meeting at Memorial

A seminal event that has the potential to have a powerful impact on geography, geographic education, and all related geospatial…

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…

Emily MacDonald – Co-Founder of Integral Geomatics

GoGeomatics got the chance to talk to Emily MacDonald, and share her story with you, our readers. She is the…

Peggy March: Women in Geospatial Careers – A System Failure

When I considered what to write about women in the geospatial world, from my perspective, I was stymied. I am…

GIS in the School System

Fast forward to 2011. I was conducting research on latest trends in education re web 2.0; and, with my Intermediate/Secondary…

GoGeomatics Training

GIS Partnerships Between the Community and the Education System

I believed in 1996 that the future of geography was with technology and I still believe that even more so…