Spanning some 8,000 years of history, the archaeological heritage of Canada’s Capital Region is both rich and diversified. Although much of his heritage remains intact, and is a constant source of knowledge of past lifeways in the region, it is generally little known to the public. This event will focus attention on efforts devoted over the years to the conservation and research of the archaeological resources of the region and, importantly, will provide an Algonquin-Anishinabe perspective on these resources.
Ian Badgley, archaeologist, Heritage Program, NCC
Jean-Luc Pilon, curator, Central Archaeology, Canadian Museum of History
Chief Kirby Whiteduck, Algonquin First Nation of Pikwàkanagàn
The public will have the opportunity to address their comments and questions to a panel of experts.
Simultaneous translation will be available. Universally accessible.
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