AMICK in the Community

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June 27 2019
AMICK Consultants Limited is Hiring Field Crew

AMICK Consultants Limited is hiring field crew for our 2019 Field Season. We are looking for individuals who enjoy working outside, are able to travel regularly, with history mixed in. If you think you will be a great fit for the position, please head out to the #JOBSCANADAFAIR in Barrie, Ontario on June 27 2019 to speak with our field directors.

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Sept. 12 2016
Now Hiring for 2016 Field Season!

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Feb. 5, 2014
Now Hiring!

AMICK Consultants Limited is seeking applicants for the positions of Field Director and Field Crew for our 2014 field season. Please feel free to check out our employment page for additional information on the qualifications for each position available. If you are interesting in working in the field of archaeology and would like to be considered, please submit your resume to Melissa Maclean via email at

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August 30, 2013
Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport releases Information Bulletin for projects subject to O.Reg. 359/09

The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport have recently released an Information Bulletin for Projects Subject to Ontario Regulation 359/09 - Renewable Energy Approvals. The bulletin was released to provide assistance in respect to the cultural heritage components within an application for Renewable Energy Approval (REA). The bulletin addresses sections 19 through 23 of O. Reg. 359/09 and provides assistance on how to meet the requirements. Please feel free to click on the link below to review the document and how it may impact current of future projects. If you have any questions please feel free to contact AMICK Consultants Limited.

Please check out the link provided below for the full bulletin

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May 9, 2013
Huron-Wendat Nation change in Legal Counsel.

We wish to advise you that the legal counsel and advisors for Ontario to the Huron-Wendat Nation have been replaced. We hopefully anticipate that our clients may expect significant changes to the expressed policy of the Huron-Wendat Nation and in the days ahead. Please contact Michael Henry for further details.

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September 26, 2012
Huronia Land Conservancy

Michael Henry is a founding Board Member and is chair of the Communications Committee of the Huronia Land Conservancy (HLC). The HLC was formed to preserve, protect and restore significant natural and cultural lands of Huronia for their own sake and for the present and future generations. THE HLC works to preserve non-renewable natural and cultural resources. To learn more about the HLC opportunities and the advantages of being a land donor, please visit their website at Huronia Land Conservancy. Please feel free to attend the First Annual General Meeting on Wednesday September 26, 2012 at 7:00pm, it will be held at the Midland Public Library, in the upstairs board room.

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July 23, 2012
PIFs and the Report Review Process

Download the Project Forms and the Report Review Process - An Administrative Bulletin for Archaeologists in Ontario (PDF).

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February 2007
OPPI Planning & Archaeology Session

The Lakeland Planners of the OPPI (Ontario Professional Planners Institute) hosted an event on February 16, 2007, at the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority's Tiffin Building, regarding the new Ministry of Culture Technical Standards and Guidelines for Consulting Archaeologists, which was attended by dozens of interested parties. This event was organized by Michael Henry, Managing Partner of AMICK Consultants Limited, and was sponsored by AMICK Consultants Limited.

The event was held to present an overview of the Standards and Guidelines, and how it would impact archaeology.Many attendees braved a cold February morning to arrive at the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority, located in Utopia, Ontario. The day was filled with intent discussion of serious matters concerning the First Nations, planners, developers, and archaeologists.

Guest speakers included Dr. Peter Timmins, member of the executive of the Association of Professional Archaeologists, of Timmins Martelle Heritage Consultants Inc., who provided an overview and discussion of the new documents; Mr. Fred Flood, CAO of the Corporation of the Town of Midland, who discussed his personal experience of the discover of an ossuary during development in Midland; Mr. Jeff Cowan, who discussed the legal implications of recent rulings by the courts, and the current planning context as it relates to First Nation ancestral sites; and Mr. Michael Henry, Managing Partner of AMICK Consultants Limited, who provided an overview and discussion of Aboriginal engagement as outlined in the proposed new Standards and Guidelines.

Our thanks go out to the attendees of the event, as well as the guest speakers for their insight on the topics. Also, special thanks go out to the people involved with the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority for facilitating the event, and to the Lakeland Planners of the OPPI for hosting. The staff of AMICK Consultants Limited supported the event logistically, as they attended by volunteering their own time and efforts on the day.