Monthly Archives: September 2020

ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 22 – Cultural Resource Management in Canada: A round table discussion (Part 2)

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I continue my discussion with archaeologists from across Canada to talk about cultural resource management (CRM) in Canada. In the final part of our discussion we consider the following questions.

• What are the current issues affecting the CRM industry in Canada?
• How has the industry changed in recent decades?
• How is collections management handled in CRM? What is done with all of the artefacts collected during CRM projects and who pays for it?

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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 21 – Cultural Resource Management in Canada: A round table discussion (Part 1)

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode I am joined by archaeologists from across Canada to talk about cultural resource management (CRM) in Canada. In the first part of our discussion we consider the following questions.

• What skills and training are needed to work in CRM, and how are post-secondary schools addressing this?
• What is the job market like for recent graduates hoping to start a career in CRM?
• How does CRM vary between provinces and is there much opportunity for mobility between provinces or regions for field technicians?
• At present, how well does the system protect archaeological sites?
• In practice, what role do Indigenous communities usually play in CRM projects?

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