Biography Dr. Henry Cary has over 20 years of public and private-sector experience directing archaeological and cultural heritage projects in urban, rural, Arctic and Sub-Arctic environments in Canada. He began his career as project archaeologist and cultural resource management specialist for Parks Canada’s Fort Henry National Historic Site Conservation Program and Western Arctic Field Unit, then served as Heritage Manager for the Town of Lunenburg UNESCO World Heritage Site. Before joining WSP as Lead Archaeologist in 2021, he worked as Archaeology Field Manager at CH2M Hill in Calgary then as Senior Cultural Heritage Specialist and Senior Archaeologist with Golder Associates and Wood E&I. Henry's work has taken him to projects in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, and the Yukon, as well as the Republic of South Africa, Italy, and France. Henry is a professionally licensed archaeologist in Ontario (P327) and member of the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA). He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Anthropology Department at Saint Mary's University and over the past five years has taught courses in the Anthropology, Classics, and Visual and Material Culture departments at Mount Allison University, where he was the 2020-21 McCain Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the Visual and Material Culture Program.

Academic Credentials Ph.D., CAHP, RPA

Expertise anthropology, archaeology, buildings, conservation, cultural_heritage, environmental_assessment, history, planning

Profession , historian, planner

Chapter ON_Nunavut


Organization WSP E&I Canada Limited

Address 3450 Harvester Road

City Burlington

ProvTerr Ontario

Postal Code L7N 3W5

Phone 289-683-3515