April 9, 2019 - The Community Map of Canada (CMC) is a valuable tool for the Canadian geospatial community. It provides organizations with an efficient, centralized platform to create, publish and maintain basemap data. For those needing to consume base mapping, the CMC is the single, consistent, national source of open, authoritative and up-to-date data that has been aggregated for their convenience. In this presentation, Esri Canada unveils its latest steps in facilitating efficient collaboration across Canada’s mapping community and discusses the recently announced daily vector cache and its impact on the geospatial community.
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