Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Canada Google Maps Mashup Roundup Part 2/2

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= Google Maps Mashup Roundup Part 2 (of 2)
(See Part 1 here..)
In part 2 I've pulled together city and location specific Google Maps mashups for places across Canada:

Google mapping the Toronto municipal election - The Toronto Star has long been a world media leader in utilizing Google Maps to display information. In November this site will play a huge role for Toronto residents to learn and follow the municipal elections across 25 municipalities in the GTA.

Ryerson Campus Map - Ryerson University student Pman has used the Google Maps API to combine a map of this downtown Toronto university campus and Google Maps layers. It's a great example of how an additional mapping layer can be mashed up with Google Maps. (More Campus Maps here)

Toronto Public Library Locations - If you're looking for your local library branch as Toronto resident, this Google Maps mashup of all locations will be a big help. It was created using the popular Google Maps DIY site Mapbuilder.net

Other great Toronto Google Maps: A great TTC map X2, X3, Property Search, Toronto Housing (select Toronto), Toronto Housing, Toronto Live Music, Restaurants, Traffic, Traffic again, More Traffic, Jewish Community, Entertainment District, Sweets, Views, Pics, Weather, Points of interest (in-list: Toronto), Hotwire/Priceline Hotels
Other Ontario Google Maps: Beer (& Liquor) Mapped, Ontario Restaurants, Golf Courses, Lake Ontario Ports

Montreal: Montreal Metro Map, Montreal traffic, info and pics, Montreal Wifi Locations, Find a cafe

Vancouver: Find Celebrities in Vancouver, Vancouver (and BC) Rentals, Vancouver Housing (in-list: Vancouver)

Elsewhere in Canada:
Canadian Universities
Quebec Wineries
Google Map of Winnipeg Restaurants
Charlottetown, PEI Transit Map
Ottawa Runs
Alberta Libraries
Find an Iceberg in Newfoundland
Peter Calamai's Arctic Diary Map - Diary is here
Niagara Falls Hotwire/Priceline Hotels

Want to create a Google Maps mashup for something Canadian? CommunityWalk will help to get you started, or if you're serious use the Google Maps API! Please post a comment if you know of another Canadian mashup not mentioned in thes
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