Monday, April 23, 2007

More New Google Maps Mashups for Canada!

New for Toronto:
Speed Traps in the GTA - Check the mashup, then let off on the gas! :)

More Toronto Google Maps mashups from XYYZ.ca:
Dog Parks
Red Light Cameras
Brewery tours
Ravine runs


Illegal billboards in Toronto - A mashup of all locations where illegal signs and billboards exist, complete with photos.

Toronto.com uses Google Maps - Check out the related points of interest near Toronto.com restaurant and business listings. In this example (Kwangtung Dim Sum Restaurant) other Restaurants, Hotels, Bars & Clubs, Attractions, Cinemas, Shopping, Sports & Recreation, TTC Subway and Green P Parking is all noted on a Google Maps interface. Nice mashup by Toronto.com!

Other Toronto Google Maps Mashups here.. (scroll down the page)

New Housing Mashups:

MyHood - Takes apartment listings from NOW Magazine, Craigslist and other sources and mashes it all up with locations of TTC subway stations, GO stations and grocery stores around the GTA.
Realosophy Helps home buyers research the neighbourhoods (nearest schools, restaurants, fitness centers or doctor’s offices) School report cards and geo-coded neighbourhood boundaries and profiles (from Wikipedia) for over 150 neighbourhoods in Toronto and Vancouver.
Rent-Index - Google Maps rental listings for: Calgary Laval Montreal Ottawa Toronto Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Quebec South Shore of Mtl (Montérégie-Sud) Vancouver Winnipeg
EstateMaps - Google Maps Real Estate for (all in Ontario):
Kingston Amherstview Gananoque Napanee Leeds and the Thousand Islands Central Frontenac Loyalist South Frontenac Stone Mills North Frontenac

New Canadian Transit Mashups:

Google Map of Montreal Metro:

Other Canadian Transit Mashups:

Other Cities & Across Canada:

Plant a Daffodil on a Google Map for the Canadian Cancer Society:


Hamilton Spectator uses Google My Maps to display city police blotter:

The Hamilton Spectator newspaper is using Google's new My Maps service (a way to create your own Google Maps mashup) to display locations of crime incidents in the previous week. They are linking to the map from this section of their online edition. [Thanks Ted!]


Check here for more previously mentioned Canadian Google Maps Mashups.. (Scroll down the page)
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