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Student Opportunities with Canadian Cartographic Association

The Canadian Cartographic Association (CCA) wishes to bring to your attention several opportunities for geospatial students. Every year the CCA announces…

Hey Geographers! How to Pick the Right Canadian Grad School: A Geomatics Perspective

Applying to grad schools can be a big decision in your lifetime. Maybe you are a student who is inspired…

7th Annual CRSS & GoGeomatics Ottawa Christmas Party: Dec 18th, 2019

It’s been seven years since GoGeomatics and the Canadian Remote Sensing Society (CRSS) teamed up to hold a holiday social…

2019-2020 Back to School Socials in Pictures – Thank you Sponsors & Participants!

The 6th annual GoGeomatics 2019 Back to School Socials have been a tremendous success.  After coming off the success of…

Karl Kliparchuk talks top GIS Education at BCIT in Vancouver, BC, Canada

GoGeomatics kicks off our series of interview with geospatial program across the country on the West Coast of Canada.  We…

Two Ontario GIS Students Talk about the College Strike

GoGeomatics Canada is a community.  Right now a part of our community is hurting and under stress.  Students across Ontario…

What is the Canadian Cartographic Association?

The Canadian Cartographic Association (CCA) was founded in 1975 with the aim to promote interest in maps and cartographic materials, deepen…

A summary of the 2017 Conference of the Canadian Cartographic Association: “150 Years of Cartography: Past, Present and Future”

The 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Cartographic Association was held, May 31st thru June 2nd, at Carleton University. Inspired…

M.A. or M.Sc. Opportunity – Environmental Assessment and Resource Mgt

M.A. or M.Sc. Graduate Research Opportunity Department of Geography and Planning University of Saskatchewan   Opportunity: The Department of Geography…

May 16: Thunder Bay GoGeomatics Speaker: Rob Rempel – Research Scientist MNRF

You are cordially invited to our fun free event geomatics networking event on May 16th.  Tuesday, May 16, 2017 –…

A Canadian Geographer’s Notes from Nunavut

For the last five years, I have annually had the opportunity to spend time in Iqaluit, Canada’s fastest growing community in Canada’s fastest growing territory or province. On arrival, I check out the selection of new books at Arctic Ventures and the screening of new movies about the North. This year, there was the chance to see John Walker’s Passage and to buy a copy of Darrel Varga’s book of the same name in the Canadian Cinema series.

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