In my retirement from the Canadian Coast Surveyors, I am choosing to end my surveyors career and pursue a career in the transportation industry.
It has been a wonderful ride and I have met many amazing people along the way.
One of my best memories is spending time with the wonderful people I met along the route.
I have been fortunate enough to have been able to visit the people, locations and projects of the people I have surveyed.
These people have made me a better person and I will miss them dearly.
It is a bittersweet moment for me to leave my surveyorship role, but at the same time, it is an opportunity to get back to work.
My goal is to be the best surveyor I can be and I believe that I can help others along the path.
There are many surveyors that have already taken their final survey and I hope that they are looking forward to retiring on the job.
I will be able to spend more time with my family and friends, reconnect with family, reconnect to the land and have more time to enjoy life in Canada.
The surveyors who retired during the last survey are leaving a legacy that we can be proud of.
They will be remembered and remembered for their dedication to the surveyors mission, to helping surveyors around the country get the job done and to their community.
I am so fortunate to have worked with these people and I am thankful for all they have done for me and my family.
The National Surveyors Association of Canada is proud to have a proud legacy of the surveyor and surveyors.
The Surveyors of the Past surveyors will continue to be remembered.
They have served our country with distinction and pride.
They were the backbone of the Canadian surveyors survey work, and we are fortunate to be able help them carry on their legacy.