Toronto

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for January 7th: Northwest Angle; RADARSAT delay; mountain mapping; SideWalk Labs; VR and medicine

Geomatics Correcting a Critical Survey Error on the Canada US border A petition on the White House Website is asking…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for October 29th: Petawawa Research Forest; exactEarth; Jeff McKenna; Evergreen; Toronto’s geographic history

Tracking climate change with LiDAR Donna Kirkwood, the chief scientist at Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), marked the 100-year anniversary of…

Facing further challenges in Toronto’s urban growth

In my last article I examined the use of GIS technology to track land use change in three downtown Toronto districts, an area representing one of the urban growth centres designated by the Places to…

Your Canadian Geospatial Briefing for August 20th: Black Widow Spiders; Sidewalk Labs; BC Wildfires; Back to School Socials

Map of Black Widow Expansion into Canada Scientists are finding evidence of poisonous Black Widow Spiders appearing farther north than…

GIS Technology tracks Toronto’s urban growth

In our last article on land use in the Greenbelt, we discussed the Places to Grow Act, an Ontario policy…

Career Fair

2018 Canada’s Winter Geomatics Student Career Fairs & Industry Expos

Over the next few weeks three industry and career events are taking place in Canada. The 21st Annual Geomatics Exposition…

Leaks: Using GIS to Explore Canadian Tax Cheaters from the Panama Papers

The Breaking News Last year, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists announced that a year prior, one of their members…

Toward a Just and Sustainable World: 2017 CAG Conference in Toronto

One of the benefits of being a contributing writer to GoGeomatics Canada is that I am able to attend, and…

Esri Education Event Toronto: Geospatial Career Workshop with GoGeomatics

GoGeomatics Canada is attending the Esri Canada GIS in Education and Research Conference in Toronto.  This event only happen once…

The “New” GoGeomatics Canada: Relaunching Our Magazine

A team of really intelligent squirrels and I have been working on the new GoGeomatics magazine. I’m taking a break…

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.

Toronto: CONGRESS 2017: Panel Talk Getting Comfortable with Big Data

About Congress Unrivaled in scope and impact, the annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences is the convergence of…

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