Jim is a currently the Manager of Planning and Business Development at Timmins Martelle Heritage Consultants Inc. and holds a professional archaeological license. He has been involved in Ontario archaeology since the late 1990s after taking a fieldschool at the Lawson Site, now Museum of Ontario Archaeology. Jim received his Hons. B.A. and M.A. from the University of Western Ontario with research focussed on the Late Woodland period. He spent the first years of his career working in the field of commercial archaeology before joining the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. During his 10 years with the provincial government Jim worked on both compliance enforcement as an Archaeology Reviewer Officer and Inspector under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act. In addition, he also in the development and implementation of policies specific to the practice of archaeology within the province. Jim’s interest continues to focus on collaborative archaeology with Indigenous communities, archaeological echoes of shared territories, returning Ancestors to Indigenous communities, archaeological practice and policy development. Jim lives in Bayfield Ontario where he is an active member of his local community and can often be found at the hockey rink.Email Jim
Nancy is currently taking a break from the professional world but has offered to assume the Treasurer role on the Board of Directors. Nancy holds a Chartered Professional Accountant designation through the legacy Chartered Accountant institute, as well as a Chartered Business Valuator specialty. Nancy also obtained an MBA from the University of Toronto, and a BAH in Economics and BA Classics from Queen’s University. Nancy was the Director of Finance at Lifelabs and worked at both KPMG and Ernst & Young. Nancy lives in Toronto with her husband and two teenage sons and spends most of her summer at her family cottage.Email Nancy
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Josh (he/him) is a project manager and Community Relations Coordinator with TMHC Inc. He is a licensed Professional Archaeologist in Ontario with 15 years of practical and research-based cultural resource management experience. He has supervised commercial work in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, and the Yukon. He is co-founder of the Archaeologist’s Almanac and the Heron Research Portal, former Chair of the London Heritage Council, and member on the City of London’s Advisory Committee on Heritage (LACH). He holds a doctorate from Western University and was one of the first graduates of Western’s Applied Archaeology Masters program
Originally from Prince George, British Columbia, Josh currently lives and works in London, Ontario together with his family.
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Jeff Seibert is currently one of the Regional Archaeologists at the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and has previously worked for Parks Canada, the Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation and taught University courses in anthropology, archaeology, Latin American Studies and art history in both Ontario and Alberta, in addition to picking up work now and then in private sector CRM. Jeff has a B.A. (Hons) from York University in Anthropology (History minor), an MA from Trent University in Anthropology and a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Calgary. Jeff has worked on archaeological projects in Ontario, Belize, Guatemala, Alberta and Saskatchewan, although he spends most of his time now in his work with the MTO ensuring that the ministry fulfills its archaeological obligations as part of the infrastructure development process. Jeff lives with his wife and their cat in mid town Toronto and when he’s not doing something archaeology related he spends his time seeing live bands, buying records and watching Toronto FC play.Email Jeff
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I am currently a research associate at Trent’s TUARC and the University of Toronto’s Archaeological Resource centres. I completed my PhD in Iroquoian ceramics and social network analysis at U of T in 2019. My 1985 master’s degree from Trent University in Mayan archaeology investigated two Postclassic Colonial era residential platforms at Tipu, Belize. I received by B.A. in Iroquoian archaeology from Wilfrid Laurier under Dean Knight and have been involved in both academic and CRM field research in Ontario, British Columbia, Belize, and Greece since my first dig at the Seed-Barker site in 1977.
I have lived and raised my children in the small hamlet of Burketon on the Oak Ridges Moraine since the late 1980s and have been the Commissioner of 1st Enniskillen Scouts for over 25 years. My passions include canoeing, hiking and travelling both across Canada and internationally.