MEMBERS

  Members - Location

  Members - Roll

  Members - Historical

  Members - Candidate

  Members - Other

  Surveying Companies

  Organizational Chart

ACTS, BY-LAWS, REGS

  By-Laws
  Land Surveyors Act
  Land Surveyors Regs
  Standards of Practice
  Code of Ethics
  Strategic Plan
  NS Legislature
  NS Subdivision Regs

  Board of Examiners
  Handbook
(Draft Copy)

ARTICLES

  Compass to Satellite

  Deed Descriptions

  Dimensions

  Easements

  Good Fences

  Let's Make A Deal

  Measure Twice

  Solar Exposure

  Surface Drainage

  Land Surveyor & Client

 

 

We would like to announce our Executive for 2016 - 2017!


      Jim McIntosh, NSLS       Kevin Brown, NSLS       Ken Cormier, NSLS
        Past-President                    President                    Vice-President




Water Boundaries on Canada Lands:
That Fuzzy Shadowland
by Brian Ballantyne


is available in PDF here
from Natural Resources website.


MAPS

Map collections from all over the world that were donated to COGS
by W.K. Morrison can be found
here

Council of Atlantic University Libraries are linked to the digital collections of post-secondary institutions and can be accessed here.


GEONOVA

If you would like to view Spatial Referencing, or any other geographic information for Nova Scotia, you can go to the GEONOVA website here



Canadian Generally Accepted Land Surveying Principles
can be viewed here.



The Nova Scotia Coordinate Referencing System is available here

 


 

Good at math? Like computers and electronics?

Add a dash of business and people skills, law and history..

There’s more to surveying than most people think....

 

CHOOSE YOUR FUTURE



 

A Life Worthwhile

A Biographical Sketch of
Major James A.H. Church, D.S.O., M.C.
Royal Engineers
Provincial Land Surveyor
1883-1967
by James F. Doig

 

             

 


Site updated on

November 30, 2016

 

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  

The ANSLS Professional Development Program is designed to encourage Nova Scotia Land Surveyors to participate in education and training opportunities to assist their professional development. (more)

Professional Development Form
(PDF)

 Professional Development Form
(Excel)


All issues of
THE NOVA SCOTIAN SURVEYOR
 are available here


PHOTO ID's

Photo ID cards are now available to members. For more information on how to obtain one click here.


COMPLAINTS PROCESS

All complaints against a land surveyor must be submitted in writing to the Secretary.

Please refer to Sections 23 to 29 of the Regulations under the Land Surveyors Act for more information.


LAND SURVEYING LINKS

A collection of web links related to land surveying in Nova Scotia.


WWNS PowerPoint Presentation by ANSLS can be downloaded here