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NRCAN giant floor map

  • Mar 21, 2016
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Can Geo Education has partnered with Natural Resources Canada to create five new Giant Floor Maps based on the government department’s recent map of Canada. The maps and associated learning activities will highlight the importance of GIS (geographic information systems) and geomatics. Watch cangeoeducation.ca for updates on when the maps will be available for school bookings.

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This story is from the April 2016 Issue

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