BCHF News

BCHF News

British Columbia History Summer 2015 Issue

The Summer 2015 issue of British Columbia History features Kootenaina Making History Possible by R.J. Welwood Collecting and preserving material relating to the central Kootenay region...

Jason Beck is winner of the British Columbia Historical Federation Anne and Philip Yandle...

The award recognizes the article that best enhances knowledge of the history of British Columbia and provides enjoyable reading. (British Columbia, May 23, 2015) The...

Winners of 2014 British Columbia Historical Federation Historical Writing Competition

The award celebrates books that make significant contributions to the historical literature of British Columbia (British Columbia, May 2015) The British Columbia Historical Federation (BCHF)...

Free Community History Webinar Series

Canada's History is offering a free near-weekly community history webinar series from January 24 to March 28, 2018, with presentations posted to YouTube after...

Maple Ridge seeks public input into new Civic and Cultural Facility

Maple Ridge residents have the unique opportunity to have input into the next 10 years of the cityā€™s investments in the arts and cultural...

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...

British Columbia History spring 2018 sneak peek – special issue: Stories of Schools in...

Our spring 2018 special issue on schools and schoolhouses is crammed with more information than a late-night study session! Issue 51.1 -- "Stories of Schools...

Rika Ruebsaat wins AnneĀ and Philip Yandle BestĀ Article Award

The British Columbia Historical Federation (BCHF) announces Rika Ruebsaat is theĀ recipient of theĀ 2017Ā AnneĀ and Philip Yandle BestĀ Article Award.Ā Her winning article "BC History Through Song" appearedĀ inĀ British...

Historic O’Keefe Ranch turns 150

Itā€™s a celebratory year for all Canadians but Vernonā€™s Historic Oā€™Keefe Ranch shares the sentimentality: the Ranch was also founded in 1867 and turns...

Plaque honours Japanese-Canadian war veterans

A new plaque unveiled November 11, 2016, in Stanley Park commemorates over 200 Japanese-Canadian soldiers who overcame discrimination to serve in World War I,...