Being connected to a community is important for our well-being. It makes us a stronger, healthier and happier society. We deepen our sense of belonging, and gain access to a strong support network and rich opportunities for exchanging experiences. Being connected helps us and our communities thrive.
Geographic information systems (GIS) and our GIS user community are essential in bringing people together to address challenges and build stronger communities.
On Monday, November 14, in advance of GIS Day, join us for our seminar from 12:00 - 4:15 p.m. to help us celebrate your work in connecting communities across Canada through GIS.
On Tuesday, November 15 and Thursday, November 17, extend your GIS Day celebration with our Tech Talks. Pull up a chair as we demonstrate a wide variety of topics that cover the ins and outs of our desktop, mobile and online solutions.
Register once and access the seminar on Monday and the Tech Talks! There is no cost for participating in this event.
- Celebrate with your fellow GIS enthusiasts
- Discover unconventional ways of applying GIS
- Get inspired by outstanding GIS user stories from various communities
- Gain insights on how to connect, share and exchange information for better results
GIS users from any industry and from all levels, students and educators, and anyone curious about or interested in GIS.