David Hansen, GEO Jobe COO, will deliver a keynote titled, “Professional Adaptation to Change in Geospatial Technology” at the MAGIC Conference, find out …
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Montreal’s economy is the second largest in Canada based on terms of the GDP and the largest in Quebec. The city is an important center of commerce, finance, industry, technology, culture, world affairs and was once the headquarters for the Montreal Stock Exchange.
Expect to find many GIS jobs in this region, here are some GIS jobs currently posted …
Through an open, transparent and merit-based process, the Government of Canada is seeking applications for full-time and part-time member positions for the Social Security Tribunal of Canada Employment Insurance Section, Income Security Section as well as the Appeal Division.
The theme this year is Geomatics Atlantic: Oceans of Data which will be the biggest cross-sector oceans conference in Atlantic Canada, capitalizing on the current energy and investment in the ocean sector.
Looking for data sets featuring Newfoundland and Labrador? Then you should check out the Newfoundland and Labrador OpenData. They are providing data in various accessible formats numerical tabular styled files as well as common text formats.
The BC Economic Atlas now provides Save Project functionality! This recent enhancement allows you to save maps you make with the BC Economic Atlas and share them with others or continue your work at a later date. It’s super easy to save your projects using the BC Economic Atlas but for a quick tutorial please see the attached document.
The University of Victoria and Population Data BC are offering a fully online, 12 week course in Spatial Epidemiology and Outbreak Detection this September 2018 …
Ontario is the largest province in Canada and includes both the largest city in Canada (Toronto) as well as the Nations Capital (Ottawa). The economy in Ontario is the largest in Canada, and nearly twice that of Quebec. Therefore, you will find a majority of businesses from the geomatics sector located in Ontario, providing many geospatial related job opportunities.
Every year MGUG host their annual Fall Conference that brings together over 300 GIS professionals from the private sector, government, non profits, and academics. This year the MGUG Fall Conference will take place at the Club Regent Event Centre in Winnipeg on October 17.
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