September 2015: Responsibilities of the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario (Susan MacGregor)
This webinar was presented on September 9, 2015.
Watching this webinar qualifies for1 CPD hour under the Formal Activities category for OLSs.
Have you ever wondered what those people at MNRF do? If you are an Ontario Land Surveyor working in the north (north of the French River) or working in cottage country, you likely have regular contact with OSG staff. If you are a southern Ontario Land Surveyor, maybe not so much. But you may be surprised to learn how OSG information and activities can impact your products and services regardless of where you practice in the Province. This presentation will outline the primary functions and commitments of the Office with a goal of raising awareness and providing contacts for products and information to enhance your service offerings to your clients.
Presenter: Susan MacGregor, Surveyor General of Ontario
Susan MacGregor received a bachelor of science from the University of Toronto in 1986, receiving her commission as an Ontario Land Surveyor in 1989.
After six years of private practice in Burlington, she joined the Ministry of Transportation in Kingston supporting highway design and construction in Eastern Ontario. She joined Ministry of Government Services as Assistant Examiner of Surveys in 1997 supporting 14 Land Registry Divisions, returning to Manager, Geomatics at Transportation in 1999.
In 2006, Susan spent a short term in Queen’s Park before joining the Office of the Surveyor General, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry in 2008, becoming the 22nd (and first female) Surveyor General of Ontario in 2010.