Corner Post
Quarterly Newsletter of the Saskatchewan
Land Surveyors
Association

Letter from the Editor

Gene E. H. Seis

SLS, P. Surv.

SLSA CornerPost Editor

 

Another winter has come and gone. With spring in the air I imagine everyone is getting anxious for a busy summer, hopefully the downturn in oil prices is not having a big negative impact on your practice or on your good sense of what your services are worth.

 

For those students who wrote their professional exams I imagine that there is a great sense of relief and anticipation of the knowledge you will gain in the hospitality suite at the upcoming AGM. The meeting is scheduled for June 10 to 12 at Temple Gardens Resort & Spa in Moose Jaw. We have included an article about the colorful history of the city as well as a story on our member, and program head of the Geomatics and Surveying Engineering Technology program at SaskPolytec, Ryan Brazeal’s Christmas light display which is even cooler than Gerald Johnson and Mike Waschuk combined.

 

In this issue we have included more information regarding Professional Liability Insurance, more information on condominiums, a different perspective on metes and bounds descriptions, more information on the Teranet/Ontario Land Surveyors court case as well as an article titled One Room Schools, Aerial Photos, and Hockey Pokey Surveys.

 

Submissions to the news letter by any member are welcome, please send them in. We still need photos for the cover page so if you have any send them to Carla or me along with a brief note about them.

 

I look forward to seeing all of you at the AGM.

 

 Gene Seis