Research forms a key part of our mission at the Royal BC Museum. It is how we unlock the secrets to this magnificent land and the cultures that have flourished here. It helps us to be the best possible stewards of the human and natural histories of British Columbia. And it also guides us in sharing the story of this province, so rich in geography and culture, with the rest of the world.
With forty years’ experience as archaeology curator at the Royal BC Museum, Grant Keddie's extensive knowledge of the collection informs his studies of human behavior in the past using changes in the archaeological and ethnographic record.