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Announces digital exhibition of maps of the development of Vancouver

Maps of the Development of Vancouver


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GIS Day 2021

Free Registration Available

Western Association of Map Librarians Conference Keynote speakers: Christine McRae and Victor Temprano from Native Land Digital.   Choose from among a wide range of presentations at the , e.g. Exploring the Unreal: Cartographic Literacy and Social Justice Modern remote sensing methods and learning resources Relationship between Indigenous and Euro-American Maps Over Time Check out the program […]

Featured Dataset: Survey of Vancouver English 1984

Data files from the Survey of Vancouver English 1985  are available via the Abacus database of licensed data.   The Survey of Vancouver English was conducted between 1978 and 1984. All three hundred subjects had been born and raised in Vancouver, and represented a range of ages, levels of education and socioeconomic status.           Gregg, R. J. (1992). The Survey of Vancouver […]

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