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Circle’s Favourite Things

  The holiday season is upon us, and it’s time to come home from the field, spend time with your loved ones, and get your stretchy pants ready for a delicious meal or two. But then, of course, there’s the sometimes arduous task of gift giving – finding that one perfect thing, an actual tangible … Read More Circle’s Favourite Things

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Budding Arcs – Q&A with Noah

Every year Circle hires several student archaeologists to help out for the summer. One way in which we connect with students is through the Career Fair hosted by the Chacmool Archaeology Association and the Association of Consulting Archaeologists (Alberta) at the University of Calgary. This year we were lucky enough to talk with Noah Miller, … Read More Budding Arcs – Q&A with Noah

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Balancing Personal Relationships and Work While in the Field

By: Brooke Gerard It is no secret that archaeological consulting work has its obvious challenges. After reading that, I know you’re instantly thinking of the long hikes, the physical labour of digging and navigating the challenging weather, and you’d be right! Those things make the work hard, but I want to talk about something different. … Read More Balancing Personal Relationships and Work While in the Field

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