"Don't be left in the dark!"
The Far North GIS Users Group (FunGIS) aims to unite the far northern spatial community through events and workshops, the sharing of resources and the distribution of news of local geospatial initiatives.
FunGIS has been operating for more than 30 years and continues to serve its members through its activities.
FunGIS hosts an annual conference every year around August. You can check out content from previous conferences here: fungis.org/events. Presentations and workshop content are freely available here.
In addition, FunGIS runs more informal catch up's (generally hosted at a local bar or bistro) every couple months called "MapChats", to share GIS use cases in the Far North and serve as information sessions for people to tap into the FunGIS brains trust. MapChats can be hosted online via Zoom as well if the presenter is afar.
Bonus collaborative events also pop up throughout the year. Check out our Events page for more information!
2023 FunGIS Conference - Mapping for a sustainable future!
August 24, 2023 to August 25, 2023
We are living in a world where we are faced with many complex sustainability challenges. GIS is pivotal to finding solutions to meet these challenges. With the power of data, maps and technological advancements, we can find clarity in complexity and shine a light on the way to a more sustainable future. Hear from a variety of interesting, creative, forward spatial thinkers at FunGIS’s 32nd annual conference!
World GIS Day 2023
November 15, 2023
Inspiring the world with GIS! On November 15, join us in celebrating Geographic Information Systems and associated technology that make a real difference in this world! Let's gather and share our spatial stories and explore all the reasons why GIS is simply the best.
If you’d like to become a Friend of FunGIS, and be included on our mailing list to receive information about all things spatial in FNQ and beyond, please send an email to the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org