Archaeology Resource Management Professionals
Archaeologists help identify, record, an assess sites to ensure they are protected for their value to First Nations and other British Columbians.
Archaeological Data & Site Records
Archaeological data and site records are available to specific groups to facilitate land management decisions, and archaeological research.
- Remote Access to Archaeological Data (RAAD2) Login (available until October 31, 2019)
- Remote Access to Archaeological Data (RAAD3) Login (NEW!)
- Provincial Archaeological Report Library (PARL)
Archaeological sites in B.C. are protected under the Heritage Conservation Act, whether they are known or unknown, and on both private and crown land. Protected archaeological sites may not be altered or changed in any manner without a permit.
Assessments & Studies
Archaeological assessments and studies help determine what impact proposed projects will have on known or unknown archaeological sites.
Archaeological Guidance, Policy & Resources
The Archaeology Branch provides guidance regarding the protection, conservation, and professional standards through Policy, Bulletins, and Publications to support the protection and conservation of B.C.’s archaeological sites.