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Mar19 COVID-19
Created on 3/19/2020 1:14:00 PM

The ALSA COVID-19 page has been updated with additional links for employees and employers.  For up-t...
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Apr03 Changing Contact Information?
Created on 4/3/2020 7:58:00 AM

Do I need to change my office address now that I am working from home? What email address do I need ...
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Apr03 Considering Boundary Definition by Coordinates: Building an Alberta Cadastre for the 21st Century
Created on 4/3/2020 8:16:00 AM

The following report addresses the challenges that would be faced in taking the next potential step ...
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In the News


A Matter of Land | Watch those restrictive covenants. They could cost you  
Jamaica Gleaner
 
Forest dept. staff accused of illegally demarcating land  
The Hindu
 
We live beside an ugly vacant site. What can we do to improve it?  
The Irish Times
 

Why Is It Called a T Plan?

At the 1938 Annual Meeting, the members adopted a resolution recommending that legislation be enacted to require the filing of plans showing any re-establishment of section, quarter section or legal subdivision corners carried out by Alberta Land Surveyors, and the Alberta Surveys Act was amended accordingly in 1939. The requirement became part of all subsequent Surveys Acts up to today with a number of modifications along the way.
 
Member Resources -> Publications -> Library
 

Brochure Orders

Brochures

The Alberta Land Surveyors’ Association has a number of brochures and books available. Brochures are free of charge.

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Corner Recordation Index

Corner Recordation Index

The new Corner Recordation Index is now live.

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Information for Exhibitors Sponsors and Advertisers

Information for Exhibitors Sponsors and Advertisers

Would you like to be an exhibitor at our AGM? Would you like to advertise in our magazine, ALS News?

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Land Surveying History

Land Surveying History

Find out more about the history of land surveying in Alberta and the Alberta Land Surveyors’ Association.

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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.