Annex E of National Standards presented by Stephan Moresoli.
1.5 hour course presented by Thomas Isaac to learn about aboriginal law from a national perspective with a particular focus on the crowns duty to consult aboriginal peoples and how it may affect your surveying practice! Mr. Isaac will also be discussing the Tsil’cotin case and other recent cases of note and trends, and the […]
This sixth module was presented by Ted McDormant. The module is entitled “Cases & State (Jurisprudence)” and includes the following subjects: North Sea, Anglo-French, Tunisia/Italy, Italy/Yugoslavia, Libya/Malta, Libya/Tunisia, Guinea/Guinea Bissau, Gulf of Maine, Canada/France, NS/Nfld., Australia/Papua New Guinea, Persian/Arabian Gulf, Barbados/Trinidad, Guyana/Suriname, etc. The module will cover parts of Chapter 4 of the book “Canada’s […]
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 fifth module was presented by David Gray, CLS. The module is entitled “Jurisdictional Limits” and includes the following subjects: Territorial Seas Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) (and Article 21) Continental Shelf (Article 76) The module will cover parts of Chapters 5 and 6 of the book “Canada’s Offshore: Jurisdiction, Rights, and Management”.