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12 Dec 2013 1:31 PM | Anonymous
The Canadian Geomatics Community Round Table is an open and collaborative group, made up of representatives from industry, academia, professional associations, NGOs and federal, provincial and territorial governments, spanning the geomatics (geographic, geospatial, location information) domain. This group is examining issues facing the Canadian Geomatics Community and developing a Pan-Canadian Geomatics Strategy to support, strengthen and guide the sector for years to come.

They need your help in developing the Pan-Canadian Geomatics Strategy. Learn more about how you or your organization can help shape the future of our sector. GANS encourages you to visit the Strategy section of the site, read the draft papers and provide feedback to the Round Table.

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