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03 Apr Mapping Indigenous Languages in Canada

By Nick WalkerDecember 15, 2017These are the languages of the land beneath your feet.The most recent Statistics Canada census data reveals the country’s Indigenous linguistic landscape, the places where 60 languages belonging to 12 overarching families — Inuit, 10 First Nations and Michif (Métis) — are...

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02 Dec Mapped. What if all of Canada lived in one city?

Halifax would stretch into western Quebecmacleans.caJune 27, 2014 What kind of footprint would Canada’s cities occupy if the entire country moved in? Factoring in the current density of Canada’s major cities, we consider how large they’d be if our entire population relocated there. ...

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28 Apr Golden Age of Cartography

By Larry GarlandAppalachian Mountain Club, Gorham, New HampshireSome are calling it the new golden age of cartography: Map-making hasn’t been this relevant since Columbus landed in the New World 500 years ago. The advent of digital geographic data and our desire to pinpoint our precise...

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04 Feb KennKart Digital Mapping Celebrating 20 Years!

Gaining experience from several cartographic and graphic design companies, Stuart Kenn decided it was time to focus on his passion for the outdoors. With  a dream to provide education and direction to those who have an interest in outdoor activities and environmental awareness Stuart developed his business plan and...

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