Is archaeology (and the province) ready for free, prior and informed consent?• Burials - issues with the FBCSA, repatriation• Collections - repatriation, movement to repositories, etc.• Where do we go from here?Second, for some reason, control-freak husbands want to monitor their wife’s bedroom activities during divorce proceedings.I know that’s a head-scratcher, but there are somethings in life you just can’t make up. Martin is a former supervisory Federal agent, and the owner of Martin Investigative Services.There are many wannabes and con-artists in the bug detection business.These people simply buy a magic wand from an electronics store and consider themselves bug sweep experts.They will charge you 0.00 to 0.00 to literally fake a sweep and put on a show for their unsuspecting clients. We are very transparent in what we do and how much we charge. This is for a 2-day, 3-phase operation in the Southern California area.
Do not be concerned with the plant or manufacturing areas. Hence, if you have 7,000 square feet of office, the cost should be around ,500.00We are often asked about how many times we find something.The need for change to the legislative underpinnings of Ontario archaeology.How the Planning Act, the OHA, the EA Act, and others fail the test when it comes to Duty to Consult.• Matters arising from the 94 Calls to Action of the TRC.• Matters arising from UNDRIP, which has been identified by the TRC as the blueprint for reconciliation.Each has a minimum of 25 years as law enforcement officials with direct experience monitoring wiretaps, pen registers and electronic detection of devices placed by the “bad guys”.The key is this: We use very sophisticated equipment in the hands of experienced technicians unsurpassed within the current investigative establishment.