Association of Professional Archaeologists



The Association of Professional Archaeologists (APA) seeks to integrate the concerns of archaeologists in Ontario from all avenues of employment including:
  • administration
  • conservation
  • curation
  • consulting
  • education
  • research
  • teaching
The APA also seeks to ensure that issues and practices affecting archaeological resources are conducted within a commonly recognized set of standards.

We encourage all archaeologists (students, professionals, and teachers) to become a member of the APA.

See our Become A Member page to find out about our membership benefits and for information about how to become a member.

2015 Annual General Meeting & Workshop Program

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Latest News

Please be advised that Michael D'Mello retired from the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS) effective January 15, 2016 and has accepted a position with the Bereavement Authority Ontario (BAO) as Manager of Licensing, Education and Outreach. The BAO is now responsible for cemetery and crematoria licensing and enforcement in Ontario.

However, MGCS has retained responsibility for burial sites, war graves, abandoned cemeteries and cemetery closures, and Nancy Watkins has been appointed as Registrar with responsibility for these matters.

Nancy Watkins

Senior Policy Advisor and Analyst

Registrar of Burial Sites, War Graves, Abandoned Cemeteries and Cemetery Closures

416 212 7499


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