An in-development web tool that aims to help the McGill community access campus spaces and services easily. A joint collaboration between the GIC, McGill Office for Students with Disabilities, Campus Planning and Development and the McGill Equity Team, it provides accessible navigation options and building accessibility information while serving as the official McGill map. You will be able to use it to find buildings, get the shortest path between two points of interest while avoiding construction areas and much more!
Matched large historical databases - census, taxroll or directory - to addresses on maps of Montreal. Searching the geodatabase makes it possible to identify and situate individual people from the past. Built-in codes allow a mix-and-match of map images, map layers, and the data behind them − the names, addresses, rents, household sizes, occupations, religious affiliations or businesses. Samples captured from other sources can also be sought, matched, compared or analysed using the MAP databases.