Last week, I had the honor to be hosted at HARTerra Spatial Solutions by Mr. Jason Hart, the GIS specialist who owns the company, which has more than 20 years of experience delivering enterprise GIS solutions for the Natural Resources, Hydropower and Utility sectors as well as for the municipal and provincial government of British Columbia. We had a nice talk about HARTerra, his career and about challenges and opportunities in the GIS public and private demands, as well as in the GIS job market.
I decided to seek more education in GIS and, in this september, I started the Advanced Diploma Program in GIS at Selkirk College, in Castlegar, British Columbia. Check the College’s introduction to its program to know why I chose it.
I had the honor to be hosted by Mr. James Boxall in a tour of the GIS Centre, at the Killiam Library of DalHousie University, one of the most traditional universities in Halifax, NovaScotia, and also in Canada itself. Founded in 1818, it’s internationally known as one of North America’s most welcoming universities and offers programs with pionerring research on the East Coast. Continue reading Dal Housie GIS Centre Tour with Professor James Boxall
Halifax, NS, was ranked 20th in Transit this year in Canada by Moneysense magazine. These guys from PLANifax think that there are a number of reasons but, it’s because transit is slow.