Canadian GEM Inclusion

I wonder if you can include the Canadian GEM along with the normal ECMWF, ICON, GFS, NAM and HRR models? The Meteoblue forecasts are also useful here in Alaska.

@akwx
Meteoblue forecasts are available in the point forecast panel for Alaska area. 
Yes I would like to go premium but would benefit from canadian model GEM GDPS (Global Deterministic Prediction Models) 240hrs at 15 km that competes advantageously wint GFS over NOAM as one may see with red line (cmcglb = GEM GDPS) international model verifications
Also the GEM RDPS 84 hours at 10 km resolution and the GEM HRDPS 48 hours at 2,5 km resolution are very usefull over canada where the US NAM is at 12 km resolutin and HRRR at 3 km resolution with limited coverage over canada

GEM RDPS is the High Regional Deterministic Prediction System
GEM HRDPS is the High Resolution Deterministic Prediction System
Both are run 4 times a day 
Meteorological Service of Canada Open Data
Here is where to get the data if you would consider making it available in the faboulous viewer that you have developed:

@ChicNic
Your link international model checks shows the monthly RMSE of different models.
”The Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) is the standard deviation of the residuals (prediction errors). Residuals are a measure of how far from the regression line data points are; RMSE is a measure of how spread out these residuals are”.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rootmeansquare_deviation
EDIT : Over several years the CMC model seems now better than GFS. 
Thanks for the model comparison over another region and with different lead times. Not sur if the varification is made against oservations or analysis, in any case this confirms that having GEM model to look at with windy over NOAM would be added value.

@ChicNic
Each model is verified against its own analysis 48h and 144h later. 
Okay thanks, in the verification I showed the RMSE scores (GZ 500 HPA) are calculated gainst the north american radiosonde observation network. The cmglb is in red is the GEM GDPS canadian global model.

Sorry I mixed the colors. In your graphic the worst is the NCEP (GFS). I edit my post.