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2016 Map Calendar & App of the Month Contest Winners

This year, we received over 90 submissions for consideration in our annual contest that celebrates outstanding maps and apps created by our customers and partners across Canada. Our judges selected 12 maps that are featured each month in our 2016 print calendar, as well as 12 apps that will be showcased as our app of the month on our blog and on our Web site home page throughout the year.

For a sneak peek at this year’s selections, check out the list below. Explore each map or app a little further by selecting the corresponding link.

2016 Print Calendar Winners

2016 App of the Month Winners

Winners in both the map and app categories were entered into a random draw to receive a beautiful original hand cut map by Studio KMO. Congratulations to the County of Simcoe and Alberta Geological Survey & Alberta Energy Regulator on being selected.


A hand drawn, hand cut map of Vancouver, BC created by artist Karen M. Leary of Studio KM.

Our thanks to all those who entered this year’s contests. We look forward to seeing more of your submissions next year.

This post was edited on April 12, 2016.

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Adam Buchholz
Marketing Communications Specialist
Adam Buchholz is a Communications Specialist with Esri Canada and the Editor of ArcNorth News, the company’s biannual magazine. As part of his role, Adam writes customer success stories, GIS-related articles for trade publications and content for the company’s various social media channels. An English & History grad from McMaster University, Adam has eight years of experience in marketing and communications. Adam’s attraction to GIS began with a fling at an engineering and environmental services firm marketing GIS. In his spare time, Adam plays (and watches) hockey, and enjoys finding creative ways to say parenthood is way more than he bargained for.