Via The Star.com:
Jean-Bernard Caron, curator of invertebrate paleontology at the Royal Ontario Museum, spent seven weeks this summer leading a team on an exploration of the Burgess Shale sites in Yoho National Park in British Columbia.
The best-known site is the Walcott Quarry, where there was a major discovery of well-preserved, soft-bodied fossils in 1909.
The team found a new site in Kootenay National Park, at a location Caron isn’t ready to reveal yet, with “very rich fossil deposits” from new and existing species. It could be comparable to the original site, said Caron.