The Canadian Council on Geomatics (CCOG) and the Geographical Names Board of Canada (GNBC) will both be celebrating anniversaries in 2022. CCOG will be celebrating its 50th anniversary, and GNBC its 125th anniversary of coordinating federal-provincial-territorial collaboration in geomatics. Stay tuned for future announcements about the joint celebration.
The Canadian Symposium for Remote Sensing is taking place in Yellowknife in June of 2023. We invite all members to share this information with their teams and across their jurisdictions. The call for abstracts has been published and submissions can be made until November 30th, 2022.
Who We Are
Council members come from the governments of Canada, the provinces and the territories. Council members usually represent their government’s major geomatics organizations. The council’s key objective is to advance geomatics activities between jurisdictions.
Our vision is that Canadians and governments can access the best available geographic information to support informed decision making through interoperable systems and data that are maintained in an efficient and effective manner by all Canadian jurisdictions.
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What We Do
The Canadian Council on Geomatics works to advance geomatics activities between federal, provincial and territorial governments.
Topics of Interest
The Canadian Council on Geomatics is involved with all aspects of geomatics in Canada.
Canadian Council on Geomatics members come from the Provinces, Territories and Federal Government Departments.
Did you know?
GIS (Geographic Information Systems) was invented in Canada in the 1960s, leading to rapid innovation in the use and application of geospatial data.
The Canadian Geomatics Accord enables federal-provincial-territorial collaboration in geomatics.
The Canadian Council on Geomatics has supported the development of a number of publications on topics in the field of Geomatics.