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Conference – Calls for Presenters

Will you be coming to BCHF annual conference in Princeton this July? Do you have a presentation that you would like to...

Trail Historical Society producing bridge models

As part of efforts to look at reopening the old bridge in Trail to pedestrian traffic, the...

Raised in Chinatown sells out

Come learn more about the Raised in Chinatown exhibit at the Chinatown Storytelling Centre in Vancouver. Raised...

The remarkable rescue of Vancouver’s oldest building

Lisa Anne Smith recently spoke to the Vancouver Historical Society about the historic Old Hastings Mill Store Museum, Vancouver's oldest surviving building...

Book looks at Nanaimo’s soda history

Dalys Barney of the Nanaimo Historical Society has self-published a booklet, Message on a Bottle: Nanaimo's Soda...

The Last Word on Amelia Douglas

CTV's Mike McCardell has The Last Word on the Indigenous woman who was the wife of B.C.'s...

BC Maritime Museum on the move

Victoria's Steamship Terminal has been home to the Bateman Gallery for over a decade. (Google Street View) The...

RBCM launches community engagement program

The Royal BC Museum and Archives has launched its community engagement program and is looking forward to speaking with British Columbians as...
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Save the date for BCHF conference in Princeton

The BCHF is excited to announce that its annual conference will be held in Princeton this summer from July 20-23, 2023.

A Brief History of Brewing in BC

This early 20th century label from the Union Brewery in Trail reassuringly promised Golden Drops was "the beer without drugs or...

Mammoth exhibit for Bulkley Valley Museum

The Bulkley Valley Museum has received some mammoth bones from the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa on loan. The mammoth was...