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Jasmine Sohal

Jasmine Sohal is a GIS Analyst for Esri Canada, holding an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University and a post-graduate GIS Applications Specialist certificate from Sir Sandford Fleming College. As a kid, Jasmine refrained from going to new places until she drew a map of how she would get from Point A to Point B. After taking her first Introduction to GIS course at McMaster University, Jasmine knew right away where her passion lay. Now, as a self-proclaimed Geogeek, she is always inspired to visualize situations spatially and applies GIS anywhere she can. In her spare time, Jasmine is a discoverer; for good hiking trails and restaurants, that is. She is always going out to discover beautiful landscapes during her hiking adventures around the province. Off the trails, you can find her discovering new restaurants to dine at. With her open mind and willingness to adapt and learn, Jasmine is excited to see what her future in GIS holds for her.

  • April’s App of the Month: Calgary’s myProperty

    April’s App of the Month: Calgary’s myProperty

    Discover how the City of Calgary efficiently provides citizens access to property information through an online, self-serve app.

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  • March’s App of the Month: Yukon Landform Atlas

    March’s App of the Month: Yukon Landform Atlas

    Learn how you can create effective teaching tools that bring the classroom outside with the Permafrost & Other Periglacial Landforms story map.

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  • February’s App of the Month: NB Power Outage Map

    February’s App of the Month: NB Power Outage Map

    Discover how NB Power used ArcGIS Online to configure an app that provides citizens of New Brunswick with up-to-date information on power outages.

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  • January’s App of the Month: Repentigny’s My Municipal Services

    January’s App of the Month: Repentigny’s My Municipal Services

    City of Repentigny leverages GIS to communicate up-to-date information to residents. Explore January’s App of the Month - Mes services municipaux.

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  • Which maps and apps made it to the 2017 Esri Canada Calendar & Apps of the Month?

    Which maps and apps made it to the 2017 Esri Canada Calendar & Apps of the Month?

    In celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial, we invited various organizations to submit their maps and apps for our Calendar and Apps of the Month.

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  • December’s App of the Month: Simcoe County Maps

    December’s App of the Month: Simcoe County Maps

    The County of Simcoe revamped their existing web mapping application with a new look and increased functionality. Explore December’s App of the Month – Simcoe County Maps.

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  • November’s App of the Month: City of Guelph’s 100 Years of “In Flanders Fields” Story Map

    November’s App of the Month: City of Guelph’s 100 Years of “In Flanders Fields” Story Map

    In 2015, the City of Guelph, in collaboration with Guelph Museums, launched a story map to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the writing of John McCrae’s famous poem, In Flanders Fields.

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  • October’s App of the Month: City of Calgary’s Tree Recovery and Restoration Schedule

    October’s App of the Month: City of Calgary’s Tree Recovery and Restoration Schedule

    In September 2014, the City of Calgary was hit by a late-summer snow storm that left over 1.5 million trees damaged.

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  • September’s App of the Month: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Surface Soil Moisture Map

    September’s App of the Month: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Surface Soil Moisture Map

    Read about Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s outstanding app that shares satellite data through ArcGIS Online.

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  • Licensed File Geodatabases: A secure way to share your data

    Licensed File Geodatabases: A secure way to share your data

    We’re used to sharing our data through Map Packages and Tile Packages, but have you wanted to add more security to ensure your data is protected?

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