GeoManitoba is solely responsible for and committed to implementing a strategic GIS direction within their province ... They clearly recognize the value of GIS for solving challenges and have created an effective framework for managing and distributing knowledge. With better access to consistent data, decision-makers can improve planning and the development of policies and programs in all areas of government to better serve its citizens.
I'm going around going, 'Hey, so who's performing with The Rolling Stones on Saturday?' It's cool, a lot of my friends that are into The Rolling Stones are, like, 'Can you get me tickets?' And I'm like, 'No, sorry. It's an exclusive thing.'
I've been going here since 2006, 2007 ... It's been my home basically. Everybody is sad about it. Nobody really wants this place to close.More quotes »
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GeoManitoba recognized for building GIS capacity within the Provincial Government
Winnipeg MB, Esri Canada User Conference – May 22, 2013 – Esri Canada today recognized GeoManitoba for its commitment to building GIS capacity across the province and revitalizing the use of geographic information. Manitoba is leveraging Esri’s ArcGIS fo 5/22/13 from Directions Magazine Read more »
Inmates spend 9 months preparing Shakespeare production
DECATUR — As the cast of “The Tempest” huddled around its director backstage, Millikin University assistant professor Alex Miller offered emphatic instructions. “You’re going to mess up,” he told them. “When you mess up, you do not quit, you do not quit, from Herald & Review Read more »
Alex Miller saw Hibs emulate Istanbul miracle
Leigh Griffiths shows his delight after Eoin Doyle had made it 3-3 at Hampden before Sparky himself scored that dramatic winner in extra time. Picture: Greg Macvean They were two occasions worlds apart. One, the final of the Champions League, the other t from The Scotsman Read more »
Brian John Spencer: Gerry Adams' Comment on Thatcher Comes from a Party of Protest, not a Party of Policy
The UK editor of Vice Magazine, Alex Miller was right: Lady Thatcher's passing did usher in an almighty wave of dickheadism onto our streets. And no more so than in Northern Ireland where in republican enclaves, we saw rejoicing and mass celebration. How from The Huffington Post: UK Edition Read more »
'The Tivington Nott' by Alex Miller
It somehow seems appropriate to post this review on the day of the Grand National, a horse race over jumps that has its roots in both hunting and steeplechasing (in which farmers would race their horses from one church steeple to another, jumping over di from Reading Matters Read more »