• Award of Recognition: Hälle and Linda Flygare, Canmore. For preserving, documenting and marking the Alexander Mackenzie (Nuxalk-Dakelh Grease) Trail.
• Award of Recognition: Vancouver Island Local History Society. For preserving Victoria’s Point Ellice House and decolonizing narratives associated with the property, its inhabitants and the land.
• Award of Merit: Tom Bown, Victoria. For his longstanding contributions to research and public education within the historic archaeological field in BC.
• Award of Merit: Sigidimnak Nox Ts’aawit Dr. Amy Parent and the Nisga’a Ni’isjoohl Memorial Pole Rematriation team. For their steadfast determination to return the Ni’isjoohl memorial pole to Nisga’a territory.
• Award of Appreciation: Shawn Lamb, Nelson (posthumous). For a lifetime of service to the museum sector and dedicated work to establish the Nelson Museum Archives and Gallery.
• Award of Appreciation: Maurice Guibord, Vancouver. For service on BCHF council, including as convenor of the Lieutenant-Governor’s Awards for Historical Writing.
• Award of Recognition: Marlin (Marl) Brown, Fort Nelson (posthumous). For founding and curating the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum.
• Award of Merit: Bill Wilson, Nanaimo. For actively sharing and inspiring others to take up interest in unknown and unearthed bottles.
• Award of Merit: Kevin Eastwood and Siren Screen Productions. For the documentary series British Columbia: An Untold History, focusing on under-told and untold histories of marginalized British Columbians.
• Award of Recognition: T.W. Paterson, Cowichan Valley. For promoting an understanding of history through his many publications and tireless pursuit of the past.
• Award of Recognition: Christine Meutzner, Nanaimo. For almost 25 years of promoting history and heritage as archivist and manager of the Nanaimo Community Archives.
• Award of Merit: Paul Koroscil, Naramata. For outstanding contributions to the study and promotion of BC history as an author and instructor and assistant professor at Simon Fraser University.
• Award of Appreciation: Caroline Ross, Parksville. For service on BCHF council, including as vice-president and membership co-ordinator.
• Award of Appreciation: Michael Gibbs, Surrey. For service on BCHF council, and spearheading the 2021 conference.
• Award of Recognition: Diane Johnson, Surrey. For volunteering at the Surrey Archives for 11 years, contributing 1,030 hours of her time in2 019 alone.
• Award of Recognition: Chris Hay, Vancouver. For his efforts to have the Stanley Park Rock Garden recognized as a historic site locally and nationally.
• Award of Recognition: Kyle Kusch, Nakusp. For his exceptional service as archives technician for the Arrow Lakes Historical Society.
• Awards of Recognition: Linda Peterat, Patti Wild and Elaine Gruenwad, Vernon. For their exceptional service to their community in the creation and operation of the Silver Star Mountain Museum.
• Award of Recognition: Jack Bates. For 19 years of tirelessly promoting the military history of Work Point Barracks and Fort Macaulay.
• Award of Merit: Vancouver School Board Archives and Heritage Committee. For assembling countless filing cabinets of photographs and other collectables from Vancouver primary and high schools.
• Award of Recognition: Robert and Diane Sterne, Coalmont. For working tirelessly to preserve of the history of Granite Creek.
• Award of Recognition: Heather Cooper, Bamfield Historical Society. For sharing and promoting the history of Bamfield through publications, signage projects and exhibits.
• Award of Appreciation: Glennis Zilm. For her tireless work as a member of the BCHF Advocacy Committee.
• Award of Recognition: Bob Hayes, Okanagan Historical Society. For leadership roles in the production of a number of historical publications.
• Award of Recognition: Jonathan (Jon) Ambler. For exemplary work as program manager and volunteer coordinator for the Comox Air Force Museum and his involvement in researching and promoting BC’s aviation history.
• Award of Recognition: Librarians of the BC Genealogical Society. Over a period of 46 years, 12 librarians have guided the society and grown one of the province’s premier genealogical libraries.
• Award of Merit: Robert D. Turner. For his work in the fields of technology and transportation history in BC in the 19th and 20th centuries.
• Award of Merit: John Horton. For contributing to our historical understanding and interpretation of British Columbia’s naval history through his artwork.
• Award of Recognition: Tom Lymbery and John Whittaker. For working tirelessly in making Revelstoke’s Walker Moberly cairn a reality.
• Award of Merit: John Azar. For outstanding contributions to heritage and community relations with the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the opening of Victoria’s Bay Street Armouries.
• Award of Merit: Godfrey Archbold. For his instrumental efforts in the preservation of the province’s historic title and survey records as CEO of the Land Title and Survey Authority of BC.
• Award of Appreciation: Kerri Gibson. For service on BCHF council.
• Award of Appreciation: David Mattison. For his generous endowment to the Best Website prize.
• Award of Appreciation: Ken Wuschke. For leadership and energy toward the anniversaries project.
• Award of Merit: Dorothy Dodge, Lytton: In recognition of outstanding leadership in the Lytton Museum and Archives.