Our second annual Field Photo contest!

We have some very talented amateur photographers on staff who, through the nature of our industry, get a glimpse into a world not many people get to see. These photos show the range of work we do at ASI, whether it be a beautiful landscape, an urban alleyway, an exciting artifact, or the fun times we […]

“Featured” Employee: Tom Lally

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Meet Tom, Field Technician for our Planning Division! When Tom Lally isn’t travelling throughout Southern Ontario as part of our survey crew, he is a one-person travel bureau for the great nation of Australia. Gday blokes and sheilas, my name is Tom Lally (or just ‘The Aussie’) and I am a Field Tech on Rockin’ Robbie […]

“Feature” Employee: Lisa Small

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Meet Lisa, Field Technician for our Mitigation Division! She brings a fresh approach to ASI with her strong commitment to archaeology as social activism. Lisa has devoted herself to the growing field of African Canadian archaeology after being inspired by the stories of the Underground Railroad.   I did not find archaeology, rather it discovered me! As I […]

Field Season Starts Today

Archaeological screens freshly painted beginning of field season in Ontario

It’s our favourite time of the year! The ground is finally unfrozen and mostly dry, so Ontario’s archaeology season has officially begun. Unusually, we have had small crews out doing survey work in April because we had a such a warm spring. But as of May 1st we have a full retinue of crews, and the […]