Lorne McNeice, Resume
- 2012-Present: Commission Member, Eeyou Marine Region planning commission
- 2009-Present: Commission Member, Nunavik Marine Planning Commission.
- 2008-Present: Independent consultant on land boundary matters (Northwest Territories and Nunavut)
1996 – 2008: Deputy Surveyor General, North
- Northwest Territories and Nunavut, member of the Legal Surveys Division national management team.
- Participated in Federal Caucus on land and boundary issues of Comprehensive Land Claims negotiations in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut
- Implemented NRCAN’s Comprehensive Land Claim responsibilities with respect to boundaries and parcel definition of beneficiary lands.
- Instrumental in developing unique products and standards to implement Comprehensive Land Claim surveys.
1985-1996: Regional Surveyor, Northwest Territories
- Managed the Legal Surveys Division’s responsibilities in the Northwest Territories.
- Liaison for GIS and mapping initiatives between various levels and departments of Government in the Northwest Territories.
- Participated in the development of the first Comprehensive Land Claim surveys in Canada.
1979-1984: Senior Surveyor and associate, Northwest Survey Group
- Manage the Northwest Territories office and region for Northwest Survey Group.
- Surveying, mapping and photogrammetric services for mineral exploration companies, government agencies and industry.
- Performed legal surveys in remote areas and remote communities for crown land surveys, residential and industrial subdivisions, mining leases, oil leases and real property reports.
- Performed control surveys (horizontal and vertical) utilizing conventional, Inertial Survey System, Doppler surveys and a variety of photo control.
- Performed layout and construction surveys for exploration grids, Shoran control, quantities, structures, air strips and highway location.
- 1977 Commissioned Alberta Land Surveyor
- 1979 Commissioned Canada Lands Surveyor
- Retired Member of Alberta Land Surveyor’s Association
- Member of Association of Canada Lands Surveyors.
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