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High Resolution Mapping Along the Coastal Zone Workshop [Feb 7-8th]
Date: February 7th / 8th Location: Centre of Geographic Sciences Audiovisual Room, Lawrencetown, NS
As Maritimers, we all understand that the coastal zone is vital to the lifestyle and economy of Atlantic Canada, and that having quality geospatial data is essential for mapping coastal resources, and accurately mapping dynamic coastal regions can be very challenging.
With several opportunities for learning about the latest technology and professional networking, the High Resolution Mapping Along the Coastal Zone workshop will be the event that people of the Geospatial Community in Atlantic Canada will not want to miss.
Public Service and Procurement Canada Supplier Advisory Council (PSPC SAC)
ESAM is a member of the new Public Service and Procurement Canada (PSPC) Supplier Advisory Council (SAC). The purpose of this advisory council is to facilitate a more regular, effective and mutually beneficial exchange of information on issues relating to the procurement of goods and services between the Government of Canada and the wider supplier community. As a regular member of SAC, ESAM will invite up to two of its’ members to accompany a board member to each meeting.
Members interested in receiving additional information or are asked to send their response to email@example.com.
It's time to renew your membership!
Don't delay ... renew your membership, or become a member!
Did you know that your company can access academic researchers in science, engineering and computer science at post-secondary institutions across Canada to tackle your company-specific R&D challenge? No company cash, intellectual property remaining company-owned and quick turnaround time are possible with an NSERC Engage Grant
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Johnson Insurance, our preferred insurance provider, is pleased to provide ESAM members access to exclusive savings on home and auto insurance.
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Sobey School of Business Development Centre - Saint Mary's University
The objective of Work Smarts is to give post-secondary graduates the opportunity to apply their newly acquired skill sets in a work setting that is consistent with their education. Employers participating in Work Smarts benefit through attracting young talent to their organization with a subsidized, career related position. This enables businesses to get a head start on long-term hires under the provided subsidy, and gives graduates an advantage. If you are interested and would like to go ahead with a job posting, please fill the job description form on our website at http://www.ssbdc.ca/worksmarts/employers/
We are inviting you to complete a 'Member Spotlight' on your company as a whole, an office/team, individual or project that you would like to showcase in our newsletter. As a member, you have a unique (free!) marketing tool at your hands with our newsletter distribution reaching over 1,000 individuals!
If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please forward your 'Member Spotlight' (maximum 2,500 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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