Annual Conference

Annual Conference

ANNOUNCEMENT: Short List for BCHF Historical Writing Competition

The award celebrates books that make significant contributions to the historical literature of British Columbia (British Columbia, March 2016) The British Columbia Historical Federation is...

Nakusp gearing up to host 2018 BCHF conference — Register now!

Did you know that the Arrow Lakes Historical Society was formed in 1984? You will learn more about the Arrow Lakes and local history...

Annual Conference – Day 1 Summary and Photos

Day One of our Annual Conference, "Land, Water, People," is complete. A look at the day's photos, and the faces and places say it...

Are you gearing up for BCHF annual conference?

Comox, Courtenay and Cumberland are getting excited to welcome delegates to the BCHF annual conference this June. The...

Call for Submissions

British Columbia Historical Federation 33rd Annual Historical Writing Awards The British Columbia Historical Federation invites submissions for the 33rd Annual Historical Writing Awards for authors of...

BCHF announces shortlist for 2018 Historical Writing Competition

The British Columbia Historical Federation is pleased to announce the shortlist for the Annual Historical Writing Competition. Congratulations to all the finalists. Finalists in Alphabetical...

2017 Annual Conference thank you!

Our 2017 Annual Conference, "Land, Water, People," in Chilliwack is now complete, and what an inspiring, engaging and enjoyable weekend it was! Thank you to...

Not Just Stones and Beads

Karen Aird Karen Aird was the keynote speaker at the BC Historical Federation conference in Courtenay in May....
BCHF Recognition Awards

BCHF Annual Recognition Awards

Revelstoke, May 28, 2016 ─  The British Columbia Historical Federation (BCHF) presented their annual recognition awards at the Revelstoke Mountain Resort in Revelstoke, BC...

Nakusp’s grand old Centennial Building: From two-room schoolhouse to cultural hub

Just north of Nakusp's busiest intersection sits the Centennial Building, one of Nakusp's oldest buildings. First built as a two-room school house, this building...