Maps selected for the 2021 Esri Canada Map Calendar
There were lots of amazing map submissions this year, but there are only so many months in a year! Find out which maps made it to the calendar.
Thank you to all who participated in our annual Map Calendar contest. We debated on whether to host it during the pandemic, but we’re pleased that we pushed through with it.
We received many beautiful map submissions and picked 14 for the 2021 calendar.
Ranging from different topics, each map was selected for its visual appeal and effective use of cartography to tell a story.
Explore each map by clicking on the links below.
January: Surviving in the Arctic: A Look at Inuit Culture
Individual: Jessica Rose, Student, Fleming College
February: Caribou Herd Ranges of the Dawson Planning Region
Organization: Yukon Land Use Planning Council
March: Geographic and Temporal Distribution of COVID-19 in Québec
Organization: Laval University
April: A Focus on Drumheller, Vegetation Inventory
Organization: Drumheller Resiliency and Flood Mitigation Office
May: Open Pit Progression, Rainy River Mine
Organization: New Gold Inc. Environment (GIS Team)
June: Cabbagetown & Moss Park — One Storey Laneway Suite Eligibility
Individual: Jason Kieffer, Student, British Columbia Institute of Technology
July: KDCFS Bjerkness/Kaslo/Shutty Landscape Level Wildfire Plan-2019
Organization: Upwest Geomatics
August: Summer 2019 vs 2020 Visitor Change for Toronto Super Regional Malls
Organization: Environics Analytics Data Solutions
September: American Kestrel
Organization: City of Waterloo IMTS
October: Move-Up Modelling - Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency
Organization: Halifax Regional Municipality/Halifax Fire
November: LiDAR for Vegetation Management
Organization: Elexicon Energy OT & Innovation
December: Explore Central Map
Organization: Town of Truro
January 2022: Okanagan Mainstem Flood Mapping - Floodplain Map
Organization: Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd.
Featured Map: Project Pandemic: Canada Reports on COVID-19
Organization: Institute for Investigative Journalism
Congratulations to all whose maps were selected this year!
Map calendars will be in the mail in January. Stay tuned for our 2022 map calendar contest. More information will be available on our website in the spring.
🚨 As a BONUS, follow Esri Canada on Instagram for calendar giveaways throughout December!
This post was translated to French and can be viewed here.