ARA Welcomes Two Project Archaeologists

ARA is pleased to announce the expansion of our archaeology department with the addition of two Project Archaeologists. Charlton Carscallen is a senior Cultural Resource Management professional with over 30 years of field, project, academic and public policy experience in Indigenous and Euro-Canadian archaeology and anthropology, Built Heritage and Cultural Heritage Landscape studies, and Indigenous …

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ARA’s Anti-Racism Statement

We have heard the call to address the urgent matter of systemic racism plaguing our country. This is a call for deepening both individual and corporate self-examination. This year in particular, we have seen horrific reminders that anti-Black, anti-Indigenous, and other forms of racism continue to be destructive, harmful, and divisive. We join those who …

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ARA Response to COVID-19

In light of the direction of public health professionals, Archaeological Research Associates Ltd. (ARA) has implemented social distancing and self isolation procedures to “flatten the curve” of the pandemic’s spread. Accordingly, almost all ARA staff will be telecommuting to work until further notice. Given the peculiarities of our profession, many of our staff already worked …

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Pioneer Cemetery Conservation Project

ARA is working with the Township of King on a conservation project involving 12 pioneer cemeteries. Andrea Carswell – Laboratory Manager and Conservator, and Kayla Jonas Galvin – Heritage Operations Manager, co-authored an article in the Spring 2018 Ontario Association of Heritage Professionals (OAHP) Newsletter presenting the project. The investigation uses a Priority Class Rating …

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