2022 Victoria

2022 Victoria

BCHF conference silent auction is live

Annual conference is underway and our silent auction is live! Bid on local history books, or purchase some BCHF swag.

Explaining Settlers to Ourselves wins Anne and Phillip Yandle Best Article Award

A story about efforts to rethink a Victoria heritage site’s story has won the Anne and Philip Yandle Best Article Award from...

100 Years of Memory: BC Historical Federation conference coming to Victoria

The British Columbia Historical Federation is celebrating its centennial in Victoria where an inaugural meeting was held in 1922. Co-hosted by the...

Laila Axén wins Cultural Resource Accessibility Award

Laila Axén is the inaugural winner of the BCHF Cultural Resource Accessibility Award, presented at the federation's annual gala on June 4....

Award of Recognition: Marlin (Marl) Brown

The British Columbia Historical Federation announces that Marlin (Marl) Brown of Fort Nelson is a recipient of an Award of Recognition. The...

Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre wins BCHF Storytelling Award

The BC Historical Federation recognized the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre in Burnaby with its first annual Storytelling Award at the...

History as a Tool for Reconciliation

Today Indigenous people are struggling to negotiate treaties with the BC and Canadian governments and in other ways to re-assume meaningful say...

BCHF silent auction now online, opens June 2

Once again the BCHF is holding a silent auction while annual conference is taking place. This year, it will be held online...

Possessing Meares Island wins Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing

A book that links early maritime history, Indigenous land rights, and modern environmental advocacy in the Clayoquot...

60 Second Decades

During our 2022 conference, each session began with a minute-long video consisting of historic moments and pictures from the BCHF's first century....