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GeoTec Media Hosts 2006 GeoTec Event

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Boulder, Colo. (August 25, 2005) - GeoTec Media announced today that the 20th anniversary of its GeoTec Event will be held June 18-21, 2006, at the Ottawa Congress Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. GeoTec Media is the publisher of GeoWorld magazine and developer of the Web portal GeoPlace.com.

The conference theme, "Celebrating History and Innovation," marks the 100th anniversary of the Atlas of Canada as well as the 20th anniversary of the event. The 2006 GeoTec Event will feature sessions that commemorate the innovative contributions of the Atlas of Canada and the contributions by Canadians in the advancement of geospatial technology. In addition to these
special sessions, the GeoTec Event will include a comprehensive educational conference with keynote speakers, in-depth workshops, breakout sessions in multiple tracks, best-practice case studies, roundtable discussions and vendor presentations. An expanded trade show will feature industry vendors from around the globe.

For the first time since its inception, the GeoTec Event will be co-located with the Association of Canadian Map Libraries, the Canadian Cartographic Association and the International Cartographic Association. These alliances promise to bring hundreds of new attendees to the event.

For further conference information, visit www.geoplace.com/gt, call Matt Ball at 303-544-0594 or e-mail mball@geoplace.com. For information about the exhibition, please contact Cody Pearson at 303-355-1715 or cpearson@geoplace.com.

For a more detailed story, visit Geoplace.com.

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