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The Integrated Cadastral Information Society is a one-of-a-kind data-sharing model founded on collaboration, expertise, and trust.

In order to find the best outcomes for everyone, diverse collaborators and the data they own must come together in service of something bigger than their individual aspirations. This belief is at the core of why the Society exists and remains fundamental to our work.

Every great decision relies on a robust foundation of data. Likewise, access to data rests on the ability to forge strong relationships between people and organizations.

For over two decades, we have integrated and shared geospatial data, such as cadastral parcels, civic addresses, utility infrastructure, and municipal zoning, to inform decision-making and support Society Members and their stakeholders, the people of British Columbia.

ICI Society has the proven ability to bring people and data together to do something that would not be possible through independent action.

We are recognized nationally and internationally for our success in bringing people together – local, provincial, and federal government, First Nations, utilities, and the private sector. With over 300 members, we strive to foster relationship-building and collaboration in support of our vision:

“Building collaborative networks to facilitate innovative, location-based solutions that support the economic, social and environmental well-being of British Columbians.”

Spatial Access Measures Web Map Launch

May 31st, 2024|

As part of the Complete Communities Initiative, ICI Society has leveraged our expertise in geospatial data integration to host the Spatial Access Measures database compiled by Statistics Canada. Users [...]

NG9‑1‑1 GeoHub Launch

February 21st, 2024|

GeoBC has launched the NG9‑1‑1 GeoHub to share information about NG9-1-1 updates and requirements, tailored to the BC context.  ICI Society is proud to be working with GeoBC and [...]

The Integrated Cadastral Information Society is a one-of-a-kind data-sharing model founded on collaboration, expertise, and trust.

In order to find the best outcomes for everyone, diverse collaborators and the data they own must come together in service of something bigger than their individual aspirations. This belief is at the core of why the Society exists and remains fundamental to our work.

ICI Society has the proven ability to bring people and data together to do something that would not be possible through independent action.

We are recognized nationally and internationally for our success in bringing people together – local, provincial, and federal government, First Nations, utilities, and the private sector. With over 300 members, we strive to foster relationship-building and collaboration in support of our vision:

“Building collaborative networks to facilitate innovative, location-based solutions that support the economic, social and environmental well-being of British Columbians.”

Every great decision relies on a robust foundation of data. Likewise, access to data rests on the ability to forge strong relationships between people and organizations.

For over two decades, we have integrated and shared geospatial data, such as cadastral parcels, civic addresses, utility infrastructure, and municipal zoning, to inform decision-making and support Society Members and their stakeholders, the people of British Columbia.

The Integrated Cadastral Information Society is a one-of-a-kind data-sharing model founded on collaboration, expertise, and trust.

In order to find the best outcomes for everyone, diverse collaborators and the data they own must come together in service of something bigger than their individual aspirations. This belief is at the core of why the Society exists and remains fundamental to our work.

ICI Society has the proven ability to bring people and data together to do something that would not be possible through independent action.

We are recognized nationally and internationally for our success in bringing people together – local, provincial, and federal government, First Nations, utilities, and the private sector. With over 300 members, we strive to foster relationship-building and collaboration in support of our vision:

“Building collaborative networks to facilitate innovative, location-based solutions that support the economic, social and environmental well-being of British Columbians.”

Every great decision relies on a robust foundation of data. Likewise, access to data rests on the ability to forge strong relationships between people and organizations.

For over two decades, we have integrated and shared geospatial data, such as cadastral parcels, civic addresses, utility infrastructure, and municipal zoning, to inform decision-making and support Society Members and their stakeholders, the people of British Columbia.

ICI Society Annual General Meeting

Date: Thursday, April 25, 2023 Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM (PT) Location: Videoconference If you plan on attending, please RSVP [...]

NG9‑1‑1 GeoHub Launch

GeoBC has launched the NG9‑1‑1 GeoHub to share information about NG9-1-1 updates and requirements, tailored to the BC context.  [...]

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