100% Webhost


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Our MGUG website is hosted by 100%

We Know Web Hosting. 100%. We focuses on a managed-services approach to web hosting. With our depth of expertise in the telecom industry, we are able to own, maintain, and manage our own network hardware, which is co-located in Winnipeg and maintains data-residence in Canada.

Starting as a dialup internet provider and website host, the company built a significant telecommunications operation, with hosting services including high-availability requirements on dedicated servers for a number of clients.

Assiniboine Community College


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Learn current GIS technologies and how to use them to solve real-world problems. You will use geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing and global positioning systems (GPS), and drone technology to detail minute variations in land, water, vegetation and nutrient conditions.

Experience with modern equipment and software will make you a hot commodity in resource-based industries. Learn to analyze data, find and incorporate related information, and then translate it into practical management decisions that can be applied in any number of industries.

Your career can take you almost anywhere: government, private industry and community organizations. There is tremendous opportunity for you in agriculture, forestry, watershed and environmental management, land use planning, natural resources and transportation.



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Communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or across the globe, they provide a foundation, a sense of place and of belonging. That’s why at Stantec, we always design with community in mind.

We care about the communities we serve—because they’re our communities too. This allows us to assess what’s needed and connect our expertise, to appreciate nuances and envision what’s never been considered, to bring together diverse perspectives so we can collaborate toward a shared success.

We’re designers, engineers, scientists, and project managers, innovating together at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. Balancing these priorities results in projects that advance the quality of life in communities across the globe.

City of Winnipeg


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City of Winnipeg has been providing open data for years now. The open data portal is an excellent source of geospatial data and information. Open data is data that can be freely used, shared and built-on by anyone, anywhere, for any purpose. The City of Winnipeg open data portal is where the City’s open data is stored and available for anyone who wants to use it.

Strategic Systems Engineering Inc.


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Our Environmental engineering goes beyond identifying and solving issues – we provide a Strategic adaptation on top of it

We are a team of environmental professionals who work locally and internationally to help communities of any size transition their infrastructure to be protected, clean, fiscally advantageous and more resilient in the face of climate change .

Working with us is an investment into your community. Through research-grade analytics and high quality geospatial data, our services will help ensue your will receive the context, explanation, solution to your unique situation as well as a Strategic plan lasting into the next generation.

Call or click on us to learn more, and find out how we can help!

ESRI Canada


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Esri Canada provides geographic information system (GIS) solutions that empower people in business, government and education to make informed and timely decisions by leveraging the power of mapping and spatial analytics. These solutions enable organizations to better manage their resources, plan their future and collaborate within and beyond their organization. Esri Canada’s products and services help advance successful digital transformation. The company serves 12,000 organizations from 16 offices across Canada and is based in Toronto.

Certified Technicians and Technologists Association of Manitoba


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The Certified Technicians and Technologists Association of Manitoba (CTTAM) is the regulatory body within the Province of Manitoba for engineering and applied science technicians and technologists.

Certified CTTAM Members are approved by the Certification Board along with the Board of Directors to use one of the following titles:

C.E.T. — Certified Engineering Technologist
C.Tech. — Certified Engineering Technician

Employers, governments, educations institutions and the public in Manitoba and across Canada recognize these titles.

Certification with CTTAM demonstrates that the certified member has:

Agreed to uphold and abide by CTTAM’s Code of Ethics, promising to fulfill your duty to the Public, the profession and fellow members.
Met a national standard of education and experience.
Made a commitment to their profession; and
Made a personal statement that they are a technology professional

CTTAM credentials are recognized across Canada and internationally, making it easy to transfer to another jurisdiction.  CTTAM has an agreement with each of the other provincial associations to allow certified technicians and technologists to transfer to another province and retain their certified status.

Western Heritage


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Since 1990, Western Heritage has been trusted to deliver innovative solutions and proven expertise for the critical compliance and information needs of our clients across Canada and around the world. We are the premier choice for any project where heritage and cultural resources may be present. We serve clients across many sectors, from resource industries such as mining, forestry, and petroleum to infrastructure clients, cities, and communities.

Association of Manitoba Land Surveyors


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We protect your rights to fair property ownership and orderly development by defending the accuracy and the integrity of our land survey fabric. Established in 1881, the Association of Manitoba Land Surveyors (AMLS) is the oldest land surveying association in Canada. We are a professional, self-governing body operating under The Land Surveyors Act (Manitoba), which regulates the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public and administration of the profession. The Association of Manitoba Land Surveyors sets the standards of practice, continuing education, conduct of members and investigates complaints from the public. Only a Manitoba Land Surveyor has the legal authority and expertise to properly define the legal boundaries of a parcel of land either on the ground or on paper.

Your Manitoba Land Surveyor is the person charged with the responsibility of advising on or determining the location of all corners or boundaries of property within the Province of Manitoba, Canada Lands excepted. Their authority is granted under The Land Surveyors Act, C.C.S.M. c. L60. Land Surveyors are professionals with a specialized knowledge of the legal aspects of real property, land use, and planning. They have been trained in the mathematical and related sciences appurtenant to their field and are required to meet high standards of qualifications before being authorized to practice. Land surveyors perform work with patience, sound judgement and logical thinking.

Blue Marble Geographics


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Blue Marble Geographics® is a GIS and geodetic software company that provides cutting-edge yet accessible products designed for both novice and experienced geospatial professionals. For nearly three decades, the company’s products have been used and trusted by organizations around the globe — including government agencies, universities, and Fortune 500 companies.

Blue Marble’s expertise spans a broad spectrum of the geospatial technology sector with a particular focus on coordinate conversion, lidar and photogrammetric point cloud processing, geospatial software development, and user-driven product development.

University of Manitoba Libraries


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Helping you succeed with access to the best information and advice for your research.

The University of Manitoba Libraries is the academic library system for the University of Manitoba. UML is made up of over a dozen libraries across two campuses—the main campus and the urban, health sciences campus —as well as one virtual library, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Virtual Library.