This webinar covers the significant changes found in the new Standards with a focus on surveys in the northern territories. We will highlight what has changed in the technical requirements, the new mandatory geo-referencing requirement for field surveys, and the new plan types.
This sixth module was presented by David Gray, CLS. The module is entitled “Bilateral Boundaries” and includes the following subjects: Bilateral Boundaries Ad Medium Filum Aquae Thalweg Mid-point of lines (Great Lakes, Juan de Fuca, Gulf of St. Lawrence) Equidistance Meridians & Parallels Half Effect Proportionality Enclavement The module will cover parts of Chapters 4 and 5 […]
Land is an essential element in the development of economies, cultures, and governments. The manner in which questions of ownership, use, access and authority are resolved can result in conflict or opportunity. Judicial decisions have, over the years, clarified the potential scope of Aboriginal title as well as the obligations placed upon public and First […]
This ninth module was presented by Ted McDorman and includes the following subjects: BC Offshore Reference BC Strait of Georgia Reference Newfoundland Court of Appeal NS/Canada agreement Atlantic Accord