Ember Archaeology helps clients minimize their impact in the places they work. We are one of the largest teams of archaeology permit-holders in Alberta, partnered with foresters, biologists and IT experts. Our team delivers unrivaled reliability, efficiency and adaptability at every step.
Unearthing the past doesn’t only capture imaginations. It also provides an extraordinary chance to understand the human experience. From community and youth archaeology to municipal heritage plans, our goal is to connect people of all ages and backgrounds to the past through customized programming.
October 17, 2023
International Archaeology Day
What is it? International Archaeology Day is a celebration of Archaeology and it’s contributions to society! International Archaeology Day annually falls on the third Saturday of October (October 21st), and was first celebrated in 2011. The day was originally designed on a national level to help promote public participation and awareness of the important contributionsKeep Reading
September 29, 2023
National day for Truth and Reconciliation: How to participate
Truth and Reconciliation “The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a day to recognize and reflect on the tragic history and ongoing legacy of residential schools. It is also a day when we can honor Survivors, their families, and Indigenous communities. This day focuses on the traumatic impact of recent history, understanding how resilienceKeep Reading
August 10, 2023
“The Last Great Battle”
Battle of Belly River, 1870 For International Indigenous Day, there are an unlimited number of topics that we could discuss. This year, since Lethbridge is my home and I’m interested in it’s history, I decided to write about “The Battle of the Belly River”, also called the “The Last Great Indian Battle”. One of theKeep Reading
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