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Canada Land Surveyors & Geomatics is a place for Canada Land Surveyors to share ideas, stories, photos, and discussions related to the practice of Land Surveying in Canada.

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Senior CAD Operator-Calculator Position Available in Guelph, Ontario

Started by Arie Lise, OLS, OLIP, Dipl.T.. Last reply by Arie Lise, OLS, OLIP, Dipl.T. Feb 21, 2015. 1 Reply

BSR&D is now looking for a senior CAD operator-calculator within our progressive medium sized survey/planning firm located in Guelph, Ontario.This is a full time position to replace a retiring…Read more →

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Surveyor Party Cheif Postions Available Canada

Started by ePalmetto Jul 9, 2011. 0 Replies

Focus Corporation, a market leader in quality engineering and land surveying services with offices in major centres…Read more →

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Valuing landscape: what benefits can it deliver and how? - Horticulture Week

Horticulture Week

Valuing landscape: what benefits can it deliver and how?
Horticulture Week
Defined space — used Canada's 2004 Land Use Cover Inventory to classify and map five types of terrain: 72% forests, 10% agricultural land, 8% urban lands, 5% wetland and 5% freshwater systems. Established economic valuation of ecosystem services by ...

Museum Alive! open house: Bringing history to life in Vernon - Vernon Morning Star

Vernon Morning Star

Museum Alive! open house: Bringing history to life in Vernon
Vernon Morning Star
A Haida Argillite collection generously donated to the museum by Greg Abraham rounds out the gallery. Another recent addition is the Early Land Surveying display featuring engineer and surveyor Gilbert C. Tassie. Surveyor's tools, a Vernon Irrigation ...

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Reply by Arie Lise, OLS, OLIP, Dipl.T. on December 17, 2011 at 4:27pm
Most property surveyors in Canada must still be Licensed in the province your practicing in, thought currently they are looking at creating a country wide certification system (which would still be different than a Canada Land Surveyor or C.L.S.).
This link is on the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors site, which is the governing body for licsening in Ontario. If you go back a level you will find the postings listed for most of Ontario. This particular listing would probably take you to one or more of the oil rich provinces, most likely Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta.
Incidently, my Grandmother, (who I just visited last weekend in Michigan for her 90th birthday) is originally from Wisconsin. I've been there, but at a very young age.
Reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS on December 16, 2011 at 7:36pm

Arie, Canada is sounding better and better all the time.  It's been a long time since I have visited Canada.  Things are great in Wisconsin, but how do I get a job in Canada?

Reply by Arie Lise, OLS, OLIP, Dipl.T. on December 15, 2011 at 9:16pm
Canadian Lands Surveyors are the toughest! Check out what we get paid to for....expenses overtime and what?

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