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Update: I got in contact with GeoBC and they did have the NTv2 file I was looking for. Thank you!
Maybe you should re-save again your data (right click on the layer,save as).. this time make sure you change the crs which has distance unit (e.g wgs 84 world mercator - meter units). This new layer should have new distance unit. You can check again whether you already use the right crs through metadata (you can also use qgis browser)
You can also use the Proj4 library. I think the number of supported projections is bigger than in all others. As far as I know the supported number of projections in NetTopologySuite is very limited. There is a wrapper available in order to use Proj4 in C#: http://ftp.dfg.ca.gov/Public/BDB/Tools/proj4/
self.coordTransform = self.coordinateTransformation(4326,3309) It looks like you have your source and destination coordinate systems mixed up.
If I were doing this on the command line (and assuming I understand what you're asking), I'd use the -translate_then_scale_x and -translate_then_scale_y. This will offset the point cloud by the translate amount, then scale it. Then you can translate it back using -translate_x and -translate_y. So, if the point of origin of the scale is 1000, 2500, and the ...
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