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Spotlight on Women in Public Works and Technology

By Joy Chan, Roadrunner, Winter 2016-2017

Discover how Kristy Brown from the City of Prince George uses GIS to make effective asset management decisions in support of her passion for customer service. Meanwhile, Karen Stewart, municipal solutions industry manager for Esri Canada, shares insights on her career helping municipalities build smarter communities with GIS.

Web-Based Apps Help Agricultural Producers, Consumers Digest Information

By Gordon Plunkett, ArcNews, Fall 2017

Discover how Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada created self-serve maps and apps that help agricultural producers and consumers leverage valuable information to support better decision-making in the agriculture and food industries.

How the Great Trail interactive map is linking communities and changing exploration

By Sabrina Doyle, Canadian Geographic, August 2017

Take a look at the interactive map that shows the Great Trail path over land and water while sharing photos and community tips from people across Canada.

Focus on Canada — Esri Canada: Much More than “X” Marks the Spot

International Test and Evaluation Association Magazine, July 2017

Find out about Esri Canada’s role in the world of GIS and the role of ITEA in the company’s burgeoning relationship with Europe.

Explore the Map

CBC Radio Interview, Moncton, Information Morning, September 2017

Esri Canada President Alex Miller introduces the Explore the Map app that the company developed for the TransCanada Trail to mark its completion during Canada’s sesquicentennial year.

Interoperable Data Formats Enhance Policy Decisions in the Arctic

By Gordon Plunkett, ArcNews, Summer 2017

Learn how a web mapping app helps diverse countries and indigenous populations share data.

Why are right whales dying? Cape Breton high school students tackle question through map project

Cape Breton Post, December 2017

Find out how students use GIS to plot the locations of whale deaths and entanglements and other data layers to understand why whales are in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and dying.

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