(November 16, 2009) The Provincial Archaeological Report Library is now online. If you are a current RAAD user you will be receiving an email from the Branch outlining access requirements. Read more >>
Provincial Archaeological Report Library Logon for users with authorized access.
The Archaeology Branch has a number of resources for First Nations including tools to access and load site data into the archaeological site database, email request forms for archaeological site records and information on heritage agreements with First Nations.
- RAAD (Remote Access to Archaeological Data) Logon
Direct Access to the RAAD application.
Starting November 17, 2008, RAAD access will require a Business BCeID for all users outside the BC Provincial Government. As a current user, you may be accessing RAAD with a Basic BCeID and will be unable to access RAAD on November 17th if you don't convert to a Business BCeID. Please see the instructions on how to determine if you have a Business BCeID, and how to convert to a Business BCeID.
- RAAD Metadata
Documentation concerning archaeological data managed within the RAAD application.
- Apply for RAAD Access
Please ensure that you apply for a Business BCeID in keeping with the instructions outlined at this link. RAAD will only accept this type of BCeID for authentication purposes starting on November 17, 2008.
- BC Archaeological Data Request Form
- Accessing Archaeological Data
Policy and methods of accessing archaeological site information.
- Permits and Permitting
Under the Heritage Conservation Act, permits are required to inspect or alter an archaeological site.
- Legislation, Agreements, Policies, Guidelines and Bulletins
Links to the Heritage Conservation Act and associated agreements and policies.
Links to the impact assessment, inventory and site form guidelines.
Bulletins supplementing policies and guidelines.
- Forms and Form Guidelines
Links to the Data Request Form, Permit Application Forms and Inventory Site Forms.
- Conducting Impact Assessments
Introduction and link to the British Columbia Impact Assessment Guidelines.
- Public Education Initiative – Archaeology in the Schools Program
A guide to delivering presentations about archaeology to elementary school students in grades 2-5.