Do you have a project you would like to develop? We can help it take shape by highlighting its natural characteristics and building a framework that respects all elements of the land. Our knowledge of natural landscapes, fauna, and all the ways in which nature interacts, helps contribute to the creation of stable development design that respects nature.

W e offer advice on matters pertaining to regulation, zoning changes and minor derogation. We can also prepare maps and colour plans, general layout plans, urban planning, and also illustrate, using satellite imaging or LIDAR (laser), the potential of the land you are interested in.



  • Marking out
  • Certificates of location
  • Parcelling
  • Technical descriptions
  • Layout
  • Cadastral operations
  • Cadastral renovation
  • Staking
  • Co-ownership
  • Levelling

  • Layout
  • Levelling
  • Topographical planning
  • Precision control
  • Geomatics (GPS)

  • Feasibility studies
  • Municipal regulations, zoning changes, urban planning analysis
  • Minor derogation
  • Representation for municipalities and RCMs
  • Project planning and coordination
  • Full-colour plans
  • Integrated projects
  • General layout plans
  • Planning of road and path networks
  • Special urban planning projects
  • Layout plans and architectural integration

  • Colour imaging:  satellite and orthophoto
  • Themes : networks, slope calculations, landscaping, nature areas, paths, etc. (hiking, ski, ATV)
  • 3D modelling of projects
  • 3D virtual animation
  • 3D interactive project visits
  • Laser Topography (LIDAR 50 cm)
  • Graphical representation for sales or promotion

The Canada Lands Surveyor (CLS) is the only individual legally authorized to perform cadastral surveys on a special category of lands called “Canada Lands” which encompasses the following areas: a.any lands belonging to Her Majesty in right of Canada or of which the Government of Canada has power to dispose that are situated in Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut or in any National Park of Canada and any lands that are;

i.surrendered lands or a reserve, as defined in the Indian Act,
ii.Category IA land or Category IA-N land, as defined in the Cree-Naskapi (of Quebec) Act, chapter 18 of the Statutes of Canada, 1984,
iii.Sechelt lands, as defined in the Sechelt Indian Band Self-Government Act, chapter 27 of the Statutes of Canada, 1986,
iv.settlement land, as defined in the Yukon First Nations Self-Government Act, and lands in which an interest is transferred or recognized under section 21 of that Act,
v.lands in the Kanesatake Mohawk interim land base, as defined in the Kanesatake Interim Land Base Governance Act, other than the lands known as Doncaster Reserve No. 17, or
vi.Tlicho lands, as defined in section 2 of the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act; and

b.any lands under water belonging to Her Majesty in right of Canada or in respect of any rights in which the Government of Canada has power to dispose.

Private lands in the three northern territories also have to be surveyed by CLSs.