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The New Corner Recordation Index - Now Online

NEW Corner Recordation Index (CRI) — The 5 Ws

WHO is it for?

The new CRI is for you, the Alberta Land Surveyor. Any ALS can request to have an account set up.

WHAT is it for?

Like the previous version that existed, the CRI is a searchable database and depository for ALSs to record restored monuments that would not be shown on a registered plan.

The new CRI has improved features, including a fillable PDF form that uploads your data directly into the database, an improved search feature and a comparison to other records to let you know when your restoration is within 50m of another restoration.

WHERE is it?

The CRI is online at http://cri.badgr.ca. You can access everything you need through this site — account setup, upload records, track records uploaded and perform any searches.

If the login page looks familiar to something you’ve seen elsewhere, you’d be right. Abacus Datagraphics Ltd. developed the site for the ALSA and AbaData users, once they have synced the CRI with AbaData using the available API, will be able to view CRI entries in map view. The entries should be easy to spot as they will show the Association’s logo.

WHEN can I use it?

NOW! The new and improved CRI is ready for you to start using TODAY!

Start off by emailing info@alsa.ab.ca to request your account. You will receive an invitation email to finalize your account setup and then you can start uploading your records.

No information from previously uploaded records has been retained in the new CRI. If the ALSA had any of your records from the previous version of the CRI, you will be contacted in regards to re-uploading that material. User accounts from the previous version of the CRI no longer exist. All ALSs will need to request that a new account be created.

WHY should I use it?

Why wouldn’t you? Providing information to your fellow surveyors regarding restored monuments benefits everyone.

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