We’ve compiled this list of links to archaeology resources to help you explore Ontario’s archaeological heritage.
Ontario Archaeological Society – The Ontario Archaeological Society is a registered charitable organization. Members work together to record and preserve our non-renewable cultural heritage. Learn about their programs and membership.
Ontario Association of Professional Archaeologists – The Association of Professional Archaeologists (APA) keeps members informed of events affecting the practice of Archaeology in Ontario and represents its membership with government and other agencies.Learn more about employment, standards, networking, news and events for Ontario Archaeologists.
Parks Canada, Archaeology – The Fort Wellington Nantional Historic Site of Canada is a relevant learning experience for students at a variety ages. Programs include “The War of 1812 and Upper Canadian Rebellion of 1837-38.”
Sustainable Archaeology – A joint venture of Western University and McMaster University; located on the grounds of The Museum of Ontario Archaeology. The initiative brings together thousands of previously inaccessible archeological collections from across the Province of Ontario.
Digging Ontario – Southwestern Ontario, the First 12,000 Years website by the MOA & London Chapter OAS
Please let us know if we’ve missed any that you believe should be here.