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Apr18 ALS News: New Alberta Land Surveyor Matthew Sakatch, ALS #1071
Created on 4/18/2024 5:05:00 PM

Matthew Sakatch received his commission, #1071, on April 9, 2024. He is a University of Calgary grad...
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Apr18 Introductions to the Director of Surveys Office, Part I
Created on 4/18/2024 5:06:00 PM

I thought it might be a good idea for my office to occasionally author messages/documents on topics ...
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Feb20 April 30 Deadline – 11 Days Remaining – Professional Fees
Created on 2/20/2024 5:56:00 PM

It is your responsibility to ensure payment is received by April 30 th . Practitioners and articling...
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Whether you are a home owner, developer, municipality or energy company, you expect and need certainty about the boundaries of your property to avoid disputes with neighbours or to move your business forward.

A land surveyor gives you that certainty by using technology, legal and historical information and evidence to identify the boundaries of a property. The Alberta Land Surveyors’ Association (ALSA) is the regulator of the professional practice of land surveying. Our efforts and oversight ensure land surveys are objective and that land surveyors are always serving Albertans’ best interests.

The ALSA regulates who can be a professional land surveyor or land surveying company. We guide their professional and ethical conduct and ensure they are competent throughout their career. We investigate any complaints against land surveyors, apply discipline measures when necessary and always encourage continuous learning and improvement.

Complaints and Discipline

Complaints and Discipline

 

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Registers of Practitioners

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Continuing Competency

Continuing Competency

 

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The Alberta Land Surveyors' Association (ALSA) is a self-regulating professional association legislated under the Land Surveyors Act. The Association regulates the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public.