The development of the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI) has been ongoing for more than a decade. Although the CGDI continues to evolve, there are operational systems which use the infrastructure to perform day-to-day business activities. Given that a useable infrastructure is in place, this document outlines why organizations or individuals would want to use the CGDI, and what they need to know in order to exploit it.
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