Canadian Geospatial Directory
Helping to Promote Geomatics in Canada since 2005
The Canadian Geospatial Directory is a valuable resource containing details about businesses and organizations working with geospatial related technologies, location based services, and all other geomatics related disciplines.
We started it off using our own database that contained over 1000 basic entries of various Canadian companies and Organizations from coast to coast that work in the geomatics field.
But now it is time for the Canadian Geospatial community to help us further fill out the directory by contributing more information to existing basic listings and adding new listings for companies and services that have yet to be included. We feel this way the geomatics community can all help make the Canadian Geospatial Directory a valuable online go-to resource for anybody to find information about Geospatial companies, organizations and services in Canada.
Use the search function or the category links below the search box to explore the content in the Canadian Geospatial Directory … (Listings displayed will be randomly selected from the directory database).
The site contains digital data distributed in a structured way according to a particular method, with an open license guaranteeing their free access and reuse.
Browse the various Québec City Open Data available ...
The Québec government, along with many of the municipalities of like Laval, Quebec City and Sherbrooke (all had their own open data portals) joined forces in 2016 to create the Québec open data portal. Many other municipalities then followed, and now the site contains almost a thousand different data sets.
Therefore Quebec Open Data should always be the best starting point when looking for data for places in the Province of Quebec.
A community group that promotes open data initiatives to help ensure that data can evolve in a sustainable way towards a future that is open and transparent. Contains lots of great information and resources, especially when you are looking for some of those harder to find data sets …