J.E. (John) Landry

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John Landry, ALS
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2004-present
Known for ALSA Registration Committee Member

On the occasion of his nomination for Council, 2007

  • Born in Kenora, Ontario, 1950.
  • Graduated High School - St. Joseph's College - Yorkton, Saskatchewan. 1968.
  • Graduated from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, Toronto Ontario 1971.
  • Started career with Manitoba Hydro, moved to Alberta, worked for McElhanney, Coordinate Surveys and Stantec.
  • Received CLS commision 1981.
  • Had the great fortune to work in Phoenix, Arizona for five months with Stantec
  • Extensive field experience in most disciplines: urban and rural land development, oil and gas, real property reports, construction surveys.
  • Received ALS commission March 2004.
  • Member of Standards Committee for approximately six years.
  • Currently Chairperson for Standards.
  • Employed by McElhanney Land Surveys, Edmonton (shareholder).
  • Hobbies are golfing, boating, fishing and generally being out at the lake, (Amisk) east of Boyle.