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(April 28, 2015 )

iMapBC 4 Mobile

(April 17, 2015 )

Borehole Log Lithology

(April 13, 2015 )

Quick Base

April 28, 2015

The Data and Resource link below provides web service application program interfaces (API) that return georeferenced map images and services per the [__Open Geospatial Consortium Web Mapping Service (WMS) Protocol__](http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/wms) based on a variety of geographic data sources. These services can be used in a variety of [__tool... Learn more

iMapBC 4 Mobile

April 17, 2015

DataBC has launched the latest version of iMapBC for users of iPads, iPhones and like Android devices. This version is open to all public users and contains a sub-set of some of the most popular features of iMapBC. Learn more

Terrestrial Ecosystem Information ...

April 17, 2015

The TEI Data Distribution packages in this folder contain of the full Terrestrial Ecosystem Information (TEI) dataset split into Predictive Ecosystem Mapping (PEM) data and non-PEM data which includes Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping (TEM), Terrain Mapping (TER), Bioterrain Mapping (TBT) Terrain Stability Mapping (TSM), Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory (SEI), So... Learn more

Borehole Log Lithology

April 13, 2015

Contains data on lithology, hydraulic conductivity and water levels, taken from borehole logs. This layer is a point feature. Learn more

Borehole Log Lithology Public View

April 13, 2015

Contains data on lithology, hydraulic conductivity and water levels, taken from borehole logs. This layer is a point feature and available to Public. Learn more

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Recap: BCDevExchange Meetup Hosted by ViaTec

May 05, 2015

By Loren Mullane, Community Engagement, BCDevExchange A week ago in Victoria, a packed house learned and shared ideas about the BCDevExchange at Fort Tectoria. Hosted and organized by ViaTec, the turnout exceeded expectations with around 50 people in the room. The majority of attendees self-identified as developers, but there was also a solid contingent of entrepreneurs, open d... Read more