William Fox

Bill Fox has been involved in Ontario archaeology for over 50 years and participated in research throughout the northeast U.S., and in several European countries – most extensively in Cyprus. He was employed by the Provincial government for 19 years as Regional Archaeologist of Northwestern, north central, and then, southwestern Ontario; next as Senior Archaeologist […]

Lenore Keeshig

Lenore Keeshig (of the Wolf Clan) is a traditional storyteller from the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation on the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula. Currently, she coordinates the Interpretative Program for the Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park. As a traditional storyteller, Lenore has always had personal interest in the geologic references […]

John Riley

John Riley is the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s science advisor emeritus. He has had careers as botanist, geologist, ecologist and conservation professional with the Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Geological Survey and Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Nature and, since 1998, with the Nature Conservancy of Canada. He is co-founder of the Partnership for Public Lands, […]

Peter Storck

Dr. Peter L. Storck is an archaeologist and Senior Curator Emeritus at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. He obtained his training at the University of Wisconsin, earning a PhD in anthropology with a specialty in environmental archaeology. In 1969 he joined the ROM where he worked as a curator over a career spanning nearly […]

Lloyd Walton

As a producer, director, cinematographer, Lloyd has won over 37 provincial, national, and international awards for his movies. His works have been translated into French, Dutch, German, Japanese, Russian, Italian, Ojibwe, Ojicree, Cree, and Inuktituit. Notably, he was asked to create a gift from the Province of Ontario for HRH Queen Elizabeth II on her Jubilee […]

Gary Warrick

Gary Warrick received an Honours B.A. in Anthropology, McMaster University, followed by an M.A. in Archaeology, Simon Fraser University. He graduated with a Ph.D. in Anthropology from McGill University in 1990. He worked for ten years as Regional Archaeologist with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and accepted a teaching position at Brantford Campus, Wilfrid Laurier University when it opened […]

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