J.W. (Jim) MacLeod

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Jim MacLeod, ALS
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1992-present
Known for Graduated from the Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute and the University of Calgary

As published in ALS News upon receiving his commission in 1992 and updated in 2005

Jim MacLeod was born in Truro, Nova Scotia in January 1957. He graduated from Cobequid Educational in 1975 and went on to attend the Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute. A B.Sc. was received from the University of Calgary in 1987.

Don Tomkinson, ALS and Jim Stuart, ALS served as Jim's principals during his articleship. The topic of the technical report submitted as part of the qualifying examination was "Application of Statistical Error Analysis on Cadastral Surveys." Jim received his commission as an Alberta Land Surveyor on January 27, 1992.

Jim was employed by the Department of Highways in Nova Scotia for two years and has four years experience doing property surveys. He has been involved in legal and oilfield surveys in Alberta for the last ten years.

Hockey, baseball and golfing are a few of his leisure activities.