Charitable Work

Lifeways of Canada is proud to be part of the vibrant community of Calgary. We believe that contributing to the society in which you live is an important part of community membership. To that end, Lifeways and its staff contribute to projects that help build public awareness of archaeology, and that help make Calgary and Alberta better places for their citizens. Lifeways continues to make contributions to groups such as the Archaeological Society of Alberta and the Association of Consulting Archaeologists for publications, local conferences and scholarship initiatives, as well as to groups like the University of Calgary for sponsorship of events such as the Chacmool Conference. We also offer tours of archaeological sites in the Province for auction by charity groups, most notably the CBC Petro-Canada Food Bank drive, to help raise money for worthy causes.

If you think we may be able to help your organization, please feel free to contact us.

Brian Vivian leading a tour of southern Alberta archaeological sites in support of the Calgary Interfaith Food Bank.




Did you know that...

That although tipi rings are commonplace on the plains of Southern Alberta and beyond, the oldest rings are only 4-5,000 years old?