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Follow @CanadianGIS on Twitter

By T_mackinnon @tedmackinnon
February 28, 2016

Follow CanadianGIS on Twitter for GIS and Geomatics related infoFollow @CanadianGIS on Twitter for GIS and Geomatics related info

Follow @CanadianGIS on Twitter for GIS and Geomatics related infoThere are many great reasons why people Twitter use, like sending out news briefs, advertising job postings, sharing information and much more.

We have been using Twitter since 2010 and actively post and share GIS and geomatics related content. We post geomatics related jobs, information about opendata, vintage maps and many more geospatial related topics.

Check out our account, we have over 4 thousand tweets and over 10 thousand followers. If you are using Twitter then we encourage you to follow us.

[Update: January 2015 – Our account has grown, we now have over 8 thousand tweets and over 17 thousand followers.

By canadiangisFiled in: Social MediaTags: opendata, twitter, Twitter for GIS, vintage maps

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