The economic activity happening in Saskatoon is very active and mostly involved with potash, oil and agriculture, however since geomatics sector has started to creep into almost other industries, you should have no problem finding GIS jobs in Saskatchewan.
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Saskatoon is Saskatchewan’s largest city and located in the central part of the province. The economic activity happening in Saskatoon is very hot these days and mostly involved with potash, oil and agriculture, but the geomatics sector also contributes largely to the economic growth and here we have some of the latest Saskatoon GIS jobs for you.
[Note: This is a dynamic page that searches multiple job search engines all at once to save you time, the job results will change from time as they are added and removed – If you do not find the job you want listed below simply change the info in in the GIS job search boxes]
You can also get more jobs from GISjobs.ca
Government of Saskatchewan Wins Esri Award for GIS Excellence
Esri Canada has recognized the Government of Saskatchewan with an Award of Excellence for its outstanding use of geographic information system (GIS) technology. The Government leveraged GIS for the Saskatchewan Enterprise Geo Database project, a spatial data warehouse that consolidates more than 350 datasets from various government archives and makes the information widely available.
“Saskatchewan’s enterprise GIS is a significant asset for the province,” said Alex Miller, president, Esri Canada. “With better information sharing, the government and the public can increase collaboration to support various concerns, including economic growth, public safety and environmental sustainability within the province.”
Before the consolidated geodatabase came online earlier this year, all of the Government’s datasets were managed in disparate systems, which greatly inhibited the sharing of spatial data. This siloed approach led to costly data duplication, inaccuracies and productivity losses, as staff struggled to find information and verify its accuracy.
“In the past, it was difficult for end users to locate spatial information relevant to their business requirements because ministries managed their own datasets,” said Ken Yurach, manager, Provincial Office of Geomatics Coordination, Government of Saskatchewan. “With our enterprise GIS, we’re now able to easily distribute vital, location-based information that our ministries and the public need to make timely, informed decisions. The system also provides all of our internal and external customers with a range of sophisticated mapping and data services.”
Government of Saskatchewan GIS
The Government worked with Esri Canada’s Professional Services team to identify and catalogue the province’s spatial data holdings and deploy ArcGIS technology for the geodatabase. ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Online are used to serve up spatial data and mapping services to internal and external stakeholders. As well, the team provided support in establishing a comprehensive set of data governance practices for maintaining datasets in the new system.
The Government has already put its new spatial data warehouse to good use by offering a selection of maps and datasets related to the environment, agriculture, forestry, geology, health and social services, mining, recreation, transportation, wildlife and other topics on its public-facing website.
The Government is also using the enterprise system to leverage all of the province’s spatial data holdings for more detailed, authoritative analysis and map-based application development. ArcGIS provides a secure operational environment in which staff can prepare, test and edit spatial datasets, as well as deploy mapping services on-premises or in the cloud. In addition, Esri’s scalable platform supports the province’s growing library of remotely sensed data and aerial photography.
About Esri Canada
Founded in 1984, Esri Canada provides enterprise geographic information system (GIS) solutions that empower businesses, governments and educational institutions to make timely, informed and mission-critical decisions by leveraging the power of geography. The company distributes the world’s leading GIS software from Esri, Schneider Electric, Cityworks–Azteca Systems, LLC and other technology partners. Headquartered in Toronto, the company serves over 10,000 customers from 16 regional offices across Canada. Esri Canada joined the elite rank of Canada’s Best Managed companies in 2012 and became a Gold Standard winner in 2015. More information can be found at esri.ca
Regina Online Culture Map
The city of Regina, second largest in Saskatchewan is a beautiful little city situated in the center of the prairies offering many different attractions and events that take place every year for residents and tourists alike.
The Regina Cultural Map is based on ESRI web server technology and has been looks rather sharp while keeping it as simple as can be so that it appeals to almost everyone.
Along the top of the interactive map contains is a quick tool bar with a variety of leisure and culture categories represented by artsy little icons. Selecting on of the icons then populates the map with the data from that category (categories such as Art Galleries, Cinemas,Festivals, Heritage properties, museums, public art and much more).
Clicking on one of the icons that appears on the interactive map will then zoom the user into that particular area of interest and provide more information about it including, web site links, address location, photos and sometimes more details about it.
The Regina Online Culture Map is a great example of how data for an area can be spatially stored and presented in a tool that almost anyone can use while providing residents and tourists with details that can help them find the latest events and activities available to them.
To check out the Regina Culture Map for your self simply follow the link here http://culture.regina.ca
Built and maintained by Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan, GeoSask is a centralized open data website by the Provincial Government providing free online access to different types of maps and geospatial information related to the province of Saskatchewan. It features free downloadable GIS data (with a few exceptions) available from participating Government of Saskatchewan departments and agencies.
“It enables you to discover, view and access local and remote geospatial information and services made available by participating provincial ministries and agencies. If your organization is a source of such information and services it enables you to make your geospatial information and services discoverable, viewable and accessible by others and to restrict access to data based on security privileges.”
GeoSask can be used to:
•Discover local and remote geospatial information resources.
•View details about resources, including how to download
•Immediately view live online Data and Map resources
•Create, upload and manage metadata that references geospatial data
•Share secured and non-secured data.
•Manage and save maps and download preferences you have created for use during subsequent sessions.
Our Company Directory contains basic information about the various Geomatics related companies found in and around Canada (with some from abroad) including many key aspects such as the companies basic info, contact info, web site info and geographic location. This section and our data base will continue to evolve over time as more companies are added.[If your GIS company is not listed in our directory then you should contact us with your details because our basic listings are free for Canadian GIS related companies, or if you want your GIS company to stand out from the rest then we can make that happen for you too.]
To find a Company listing, simply select a province from the list below to find a Geomatics related company in that region, or use any of simple search tools on our site that will allow you to search by company names, Cities or postal code.
[Company info is added often, so if you do not find what you are looking for then we suggest you check back again later, or if you know of some GIS info that we should post, then do share it with us]
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