2023 CCA Mapping Competitions 1

2023 CCA Mapping Competitions

The CCA executive are accepting entries to the 2023 CCA Mapping Competitions. Did you know that you can submit any map that you have created during the school year? Find out more …

Peter Atwood - Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia

2022 CCA President’s Prize – Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia

The 2022 college-level or CEGEP award was presented to Peter Atwood from the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) / Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) for his map titled “Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia”

Mapping Definitions of Rurality in Ontario Daniel Kogan, Ryerson University

2022 CCA President’s Prize – Mapping Definitions of Rurality in Ontario

The 2022 University level award was presented to Daniel Kogan from Toronto Metropolitan University for his map titled “Mapping Definitions of Rurality in Ontario”

Retour au Rwanda Olmedo Elise, Université Concordia

2022 CCA Carto-Québec Prize – Retour au Rwanda

The 2022 Carto-Québec Prize University level was presented to Olmedo Elise from Université Concordia for her map titled “Retour au Rwanda”

2019 CCA Conference at UNBC in Prince George British Columbia

2022 Student Mapping Competition Entries

We would like to share the following entries for the CCA 2022 student map competitions.

2019 CCA Conference at UNBC in Prince George British Columbia

2020 Student Mapping Competition Entries

We would like to share the following entries for the CCA 2020 student map competitions.
Winners will be announced at the upcoming AGM in September.

Cartography Specialty Group's Master's Thesis Grant Deadline Approaching 2

Cartography Specialty Group’s Master’s Thesis Grant Deadline Approaching

A note on behalf of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Cartography Specialty Group (CSG):

The deadline for applying to the Cartography Specialty Group’s Master’s Thesis grant is November 1st. Enrolled Master’s students are invited to apply for the Cartography Specialty Group (CSG) Master’s Thesis Research Grants. These grants are intended to promote scholarly research in cartography by students enrolled in Geography or a related degree program. Grants are available up to a maximum of $500 and may be used for items necessary and relevant to research, such as travel, materials, equipment, and human subject fees. The upcoming deadline for this round of applications is November 1st, 2017.

For more information and the application form, please visit the application page. Send your application to [email protected]

Please share this announcement with your students or other organizations that may have potential applicants.