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  • 2022 MGUG Annual General Meeting

    February 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm CST

    Join us on Thursday, February 17th from 1:00-4:30 for our annual general meeting and winter workshop. This year’s annual general meeting and winter worksh...

  • City of Winnipeg Open Data Hackathon

    March 5 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm CST

    In celebration of International Open Data Day, Canada Computing and NESPRESSO Canada, together with support from The City Of Winnipeg and Launch Coworking, are ...




🎟 Our AGM Registration is free and now open, via Eventbrite. Please register to ensure you get the Zoom link for our AGM on Thursday, Feb 17 from 1-4:30pm! We will announce board updates and have speakers on a variety of GIS related topics.

🏆🏆 MGUG has two awards available for high school and post secondary students, to be awarded at the upcoming AGM. Apply by Feb 11, and attend the AGM on Feb 17th!

Apply by email to info@mgug.ca - read all the details here: https://lnkd.in/gK8GTcbZ

⚖ MGUG's Annual General Meeting will be on Zoom, over the afternoon of Thurs, Feb 17, 2022! We'll announce more details on https://www.mgug.ca/agm/ as we move forward.
🗣 Interested in being an AGM speaker or joining the MGUG Board? Please email info@mgug.ca

At @ManitobaGIS, every day is #GISday.

Join us for a virtual Lunch and Learn Wednesday, November 24 at 12:15 CST.

We will hear from @cityofwinnipeg data guru Andrew Burton about the city's Open Data, learn tips and tricks and what is new.

Register via meetup: https://bit.ly/3nod5oE

Super proud of another great achievement by our team! Now 600 000 km2 of LiDAR-derived HRDEM in Canada!

With sources from multiple partners, the HRDEM product is a great example of #geospatial collaboration in the country. Here is a quick video showing its evolution since 2017! https://twitter.com/OpenGovCan/status/1460639853901721600

Open Government CAN@OpenGovCan

#DYK the National Elevation Data Strategy provides 3D geospatial #OpenData to support government priorities, like flood mapping and climate change monitoring? 1/2

The day has come! The bouquet of quintessentially Canadian snacks has arrived from my friends at @ManitobaGIS. I will be providing my impression of each item. I’ve never had a single one of these before.

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