Adam Buchholz

  • August App of the Month: Ville de Victoriaville Info-Travaux App

    August App of the Month: Ville de Victoriaville Info-Travaux App

    Discover how Ville de Victoriaville used Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS to configure an app that’s saved the City time.

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  • News Roundup - July 2016

    News Roundup - July 2016

    This month, you’ll learn how the City of Coquitlam used new web mapping approaches to increase their productivity.

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  • Events & Training Roundup - July 2016

    Events & Training Roundup - July 2016

    Here’s a snapshot of upcoming events: fall User Conferences, a webinar on What Can You Do with Survey123 for ArcGIS, a course on Deploying and Maintaining a Multiuser Geodatabase.

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  • July’s App of the Month: Old Ottawa: A Capital Uncovered

    July’s App of the Month: Old Ottawa: A Capital Uncovered

    July’s App of the Month features a story map created by EntertainMaps.com founder Mark Gallant that explores features, events and places in old Ottawa.

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  • Taking your GIS portal to the next level: part 2

    Taking your GIS portal to the next level: part 2

    In part two of this interview, Nathan Enge, a technical solutions specialist at Esri Canada, delves further into GIS portal design best practices.

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  • Taking your GIS portal to the next level: part 1

    Taking your GIS portal to the next level: part 1

    You spend a lot of time and effort creating and deploying web maps, but don't forget about the importance of your organization's portal.

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  • June’s App of the Month: City of Brampton’s Open Data Catalogue

    June’s App of the Month: City of Brampton’s Open Data Catalogue

    This month’s App of the Month features the City of Brampton’s Open Data Catalogue. Read about the app and how it’s helping the City’s effort to improve services and engage the community. The City...

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  • 7 reasons why you should take an Esri Canada instructor-led online course

    7 reasons why you should take an Esri Canada instructor-led online course

    Esri Canada’s instructor-led online training is an ideal way for you to brush up on skills and learn new ArcGIS solutions.

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  • May’s App of the Month: Nova Scotia Parks & Protected Areas

    May’s App of the Month: Nova Scotia Parks & Protected Areas

    To communicate proposed land boundary changes, Nova Scotia Environment launched a cloud-based, interactive map that helped to successfully engage the public in province-wide consultations.

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  • April’s App of the Month: Ville de Sherbrooke’s Highlights of the Regulatory Reform story map

    April’s App of the Month: Ville de Sherbrooke’s Highlights of the Regulatory Reform story map

    Important by-law changes are coming to Ville de Sherbrooke. To communicate these changes to residents and businesses, several city departments collaborated to configure a story map.

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  • Why a Web map is a key resource for creating the world’s longest recreational trail

    Why a Web map is a key resource for creating the world’s longest recreational trail

    The Trans Canada Trail Organization and Esri Canada recently collaborated to create a new and improved interactive map using the latest in Web design techniques and ArcGIS technology.

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  • March App of the Month: Alberta Interactive Minerals Map

    March App of the Month: Alberta Interactive Minerals Map

    Learn about March’s App of the Month, the Alberta Interactive Minerals Map, in an interview with the app’s lead developer, Rastislav Elgr, a GIS Specialist with the Alberta Geological Survey.

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  • In Memoriam: Tim Walker

    In Memoriam: Tim Walker

    We are deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of Tim Walker, Esri Canada’s Prairies Regional Director, on February 24 in Edmonton.

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  • February’s App of the Month: Antris

    February’s App of the Month: Antris

    Developed through the Esri Startup Program, Antris allows organizations to easily and cost-effectively monitor work-alone employees.

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  • January App of the Month: Invest in Hamilton

    January App of the Month: Invest in Hamilton

    Last year we ran an App of the Month Contest from which we selected 12 winning apps to profile throughout 2016.

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  • 2016 Map Calendar & App of the Month Contest Winners

    2016 Map Calendar & App of the Month Contest Winners

    Each year, we hold an annual contest to recognize outstanding maps and apps in Canada created using Esri technology.

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  • City of Guelph story map celebrates 100 years of In Flanders Fields

    City of Guelph story map celebrates 100 years of In Flanders Fields

    2015 marks the 100-year anniversary of the writing of John McCrae’s famous poem In Flanders Fields.

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  • Mapping Queen Elizabeth II's 265 overseas visits in her record-breaking reign

    Mapping Queen Elizabeth II's 265 overseas visits in her record-breaking reign

    During her 63-year reign as the longest-serving Queen in British history, Queen Elizabeth II also became one of the monarchy’s most prodigious travellers.

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  • 4 things that make Esri Canada UCs essential for #GeoCanucks

    4 things that make Esri Canada UCs essential for #GeoCanucks

    We’ll be visiting seven cities in a two-month span, highlighting your stories, connecting people in the GIS industry and sharing the future direction of GIS.

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  • The Esri UC According to #GeoCanucks - Rebooted

    The Esri UC According to #GeoCanucks - Rebooted

    Couldn’t make it down to the 2015 Esri User Conference in San Diego? Discover what made a splash at this year’s UC from the perspective of four Esri Canada GeoCanucks who made the journey.

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