Alison Walker

  • Land/Shallow Water Search
  • Diver/Underwater Search

Cost For My Service

“Cost for my services to be negotiated. Extra fee applies for Statutory Holidays, driving long distance as well as scuba or special equipment required to get the job done quickly & safely.”

Search Types

Beaches (favourite), Lakes and Streams, Parks, Wooded areas, Yards, Century Homes, Farms and regular Properties. I have a Minelab E-trac for land and shallow water as well as a Minelab Excalibur II that will go 200’. (which I will not presently go past 40’ of water until further experience and certification is obtained). I presently have my first level scuba certification certification via PADI and will be continuing to further enhance my scuba skills and certification levels. I insist on a competent dive partner pending depth. SAFETY COMES FIRST.

Search Locations

GTA/Halton/Peel/York/Southwest/Niagara/Hamilton/Halton/Brant/Huron/Perth/Waterloo/Wellington/Durham/Headwaters/Georgian Bay/Lake Simcoe/Haliburton/Muskoka/Parry Sound Regions - Mainly Brampton/Wellington/Wasaga Beach.

Alison Walker's Bio

I am entering into my 7th year of metal detecting experience on land and with last 5 of those 7 years in the water scuba dive detecting. I love history and research and was a very athletic individual growing up. I was a Journeyman Power Lineman by trade and now a Street Light Inspector at a very large GTA Municipality. I take great pride in the etiquette of metal detecting. My greatest task and love is finding ones beloved lost wedding/engagement rings or lost item. The symbolism of the ever last love between two people…the TEARS of JOY when recovered is “PRICELESS”. The ring(s) represent a “LIFE EVENT” with the most important and special meaning. Also, you won't find a more honest hardworking individual! I was raised with solid honest and hardworking values. For other rings/items I have found in the past I post on social media in hopes to find owners!

I charge to come out. When I find the item, I ask the client to "Pay-It-Forward" with an on-line donation to my charity!

Alison Walker - Recent Blog Post

  • LOST SENTIMENTAL 925 SILVER RING IN BRAMPTON, ON PARK GRASS (2019)

    I received a phone call from Sam from Brampton, Ontario as he lost a very sentimental 925 silver ring recently. Sam was walking his two dogs in a City of Brampton park. He ran with the dogs when the leashes crossed and came to a stop 40’ away! He realized he had lost his cell […]

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  • LOST WALLET WHILE SHOVELLING SNOW Brampton, ON 🇨🇦 (2019)

    I saw a fellow motorcycle rider from my SCRC chapter 363 “PEELERS” group he posted on Facebook that he lost his wallet while shovelling snow from the last winter storm on February 28th, 2019. i posted the he knew a profession metal detectorist…. lol i asked if he had any change or metal in the […]

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  • 2018 RE-CAP OF RECOVERIES and RETURNS FOR MY RING FINDER CLIENTS (2019)

    I am honoured to be finishing off 2018 with 13 successful clients and look forward to many recoveries and returns for 2019! I have met some really amazing people and raised over $1,300 going to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation for my #PayItForward campaign using my metal/scuba dive detecting hobby raising donations which is […]

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  • Tiffany & Co Platinum 950 wedding band lost in snow! Brampton, ON (2018)

    Received a phone call from Steven during a search for lost keys in the snow for a lost Platinum 950 men’s wedding band in Brampton, Ontario. I advised that I will be happy to attend in a few hours after my ongoing recovery of lost keys. Last Thursday and Friday was Southern Ontario’s first winter […]

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  • AUZZIE LOSES ENGAGEMENT RING OFF DOCK PARRY SOUND, ON (2018)

    Received a text and subsequent telephone call from Holly and Australian Sheila. Holly has been visiting Ontario to help a dear Friend going through brain cancer. Previous weekend they were at a cottage on Rankin Lake in the beautiful Parry Sound area. Holly had taken both her engagement ring and wedding band off and tied […]

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