If you have a question about a specific type of survey or survey issue, please note that the Alberta Land Surveyors' Association can only respond to queries about land in the Province of Alberta in Canada. If you have a land survey related question and are from outside the Province of Alberta, please contact the survey association in your province/country.

The ALSA office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

The people in the Association office are:

Executive DirectorBrian Munday  (extension 3062)
Overall ALSA operations, general inquiries, Council, Executive, Land Surveying History website 

RegistrarRosalind Broderick (extension 3065)
Complaints, Discipline Committee, Unauthorized Practice Review Committee, Delayed Posting Plan reporting, general inquiries

Director of Practice ReviewKurt Popadynetz (extension 3067)
Continuing Competency Review, Boundary Panel Manager, Continuing Professional Development 

Administrative AssistantKerry Barrett (extension 3069)
Continuing Competency matters, Historical and Biographical Committee, Practice Review Board, Boundary Panel, Future Committee, EDI Committee, Professional Development and seminars

Executive AssistantDawn Phelan - Sabbatical Leave

Administrative AssistantMichelle Woywitka  (extension 3064) 
ALS News, Annual General Meetings, Annual report, Convention & Social Committee and Registration Committee

Administrative AssistantKatie Brinston (extension 3060)
Unauthorized Practice Review Committee, Alternative Monuments Working Group​, Discipline Committee, Corner Recordation Index Working Group, Contact Information Changes, website, insurance, post orders, book orders

AccountantKathy Dicks (extension 3061)
Accounting - accounts receivable, accounts payable, invoice inquiries


Contact Info

1-800-665-2572 (Toll Free) 

Postal address 
10020 - 101A Avenue
Suite 1000
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3G2

Electronic mail

10020 - 101A Avenue
Suite 1000
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3G2
1-800-665-2572 (Toll Free)

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.