About Landsong Established in 1998 and based at Moberly Lake, British Columbia (BC), Landsong provides heritage resource management services in both BC and Alberta (AB). We conduct archaeological assessments to meet provincial and federal regulatory requirements and we work with Indigenous communities, facilitating and assisting with data collection for community-led traditional land use assessments.

We value integrity, transparency and hard work in all aspects of our operations. We embrace our social responsibilities and the safety and well-being of our workers. Landsong trains staff to maintain the highest level of professional competency and to understand the importance of attention to detail and accuracy.

Indigenous and Local Communities Landsong is an advocate for the inclusion of Indigenous peoples in archaeology. We encourage industry clients to engage with Indigenous and local communities at the earliest opportunity when planning projects. Landsong staff, many of who are educated in anthropology, employ a cultural approach to archaeology. Landsong’s support for Indigenous inclusion in archaeology, as well as our participation in traditional land use studies and our interest in supporting local communities has helped foster long term relationships premised on cultural appreciation, respect and hard work.

Integration of Technology Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provides continuous support to our heritage assessments and we utilize and customize available technology, software and equipment to run our operations smoothly and cost-effectively and to maintain the highest level of detail. We have developed permitting, reporting, workflow and cost tracking systems to effectively manage project information. Data tracking allows us to provide real-time results, costs and information to our clients at any time.

Project Management & Customer Service We provide outstanding customer service based on honest and open communications. Our location within a core gas development area and our dedication to establishing respectful relationships with Indigenous and local communities allows us to bring value to our clients in a direct and cost effective manner.

Landsong clients include various industries, government ministries and agencies, Indigenous communities and private land owners. We diligently manage projects, meet deadlines, prepare accurate estimates of project costs based on desktop analysis and previous experience. We also strive to have an excellent understanding of our clients’ policies and procedures, safety requirements, assets and operating areas.

We approach our work within a team-based corporate structure, underpinned by our core values, that provides certainty and support to our employees as well as our clients.

Regulatory Support and Quality Deliverables Landsong archaeologists hold permits throughout AB and BC. We have a thorough understanding of applicable provincial and federal regulatory systems and have established and continued to maintain an excellent rapport with regulators.

We support our clients while navigating regulatory processes by participating in working groups, writing or reviewing client responses to regulatory information requests and assisting with various application documents. On four occasions Landsong’s principal, Beth Hrychuk, has sat as an expert witness at NEB (now CER) Hearings.

We produce well written, concise technical writing based on accurate and complete field reporting. Reporting is prepared within timelines to accommodate client and regulatory reviews.