Getting paid to dig up the past

ASI and Dr. Ron Williamson were featured in The Globe and Mail’s ‘Report on Business’ section on December 24th, 2012: “Most archeology in Canada is performed not by academics, but by private firms examining building sites before the developers move in with bulldozers. One of the biggest specialty consulting firms in the market is Toronto-based Archaeological Services Inc., which in its three decades has scraped away the dirt covering hundreds of sites, many of them containing crucial relics of first nations life or the remains of historic buildings.”

Read the full article here. Image courtesy The Globe and Mail.