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GeoEd is a place where surveyors across Canada can connect about CPD opportunities!
NSC 2022 Sessions
Independent Checks : What is the point of an independent check? A frank and honest discussion on the role of reliability and redundancy in land surveying
Advances to Autonomous Land management through the Framework Agreement :Presented by: Senator Daniel Christmas, Senior Advisor Membertou
Going digital and what it means for Hydrographic Offices :Dr. Geneviève Béchard, Director General, Canadian Hydrographic Service
Hydrography: A sense of where we are headed :NRCan’s contribution towards a better understanding of flood risk in Canada, Canada Lands Surveys Act – The Offshore, Discussion Panel on Surveying the flooding, costal, nearshore & offshore zones, The ACLS’ International Hydrographer Certification Scheme (IHCS), Untangling Canadian Maritime Zones, The Federal Bathymetric Surveys Supply Arrangements, Recent Trends in Hydrographic Surveys
Indigenous topics: From the Ground Up… A Change in Property Rights and Tenure on Indigenous lands :Land management: recognizing and understanding the differences, ILRS/FNLRS/SGFNLRS – survey to inform review and evaluation of CLS’s use of the Registries. IRSC’s Strategic Working Group, Fort McKay First Nation community land surveys: a first nation land management “Legacy” project , Evolving Land Management – What Surveyors need to Know
Certified Correct – a common term used by many land surveyors when signing survey products. In some cases it is the prescribed certification, in other cases it is chosen by the land surveyor. Two simple words – what do they actually mean? What liability is attached to them? What checks and balances are needed before signing?
GeoEd is a place where surveyors across Canada can connect about CPD opportunities! Aboriginal Title Aboriginal title is being asserted/recognized to many parcels across Canada, parcels that were never ceded by Indigenous peoples. This includes Crown land, watercourses, and freehold land. Let’s examine case law (since 1997) and legislation (Canada and BC have accepted the […]