BCHF News

BCHF News

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...

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...

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)...
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Touchstones Nelson adds Greyhound items to its collection

Parts of the Greyhound Canada bus company will be forever preserved thanks to Touchstone Nelson Museum and Archives who has acquired artifacts and archival...

Free Canada’s History forum – Nov. 21

Canada's History invites you to attend the 10th Canada's History Forum, "Making History Relevant." On November 21, 2017, speakers from Canada and the United States will be making...

Call for conference host communities – 2019 & 2020

Calling all communities! The BCHF is currently looking for communities to host our annual conferences in 2019 and 2020. (Hint: it might be time...

British Columbia History summer 2017 issue 50.2: sneak peek

Our summer 2017 issue of British Columbia History commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge with a feature article on how...

Brammall, H. Robin (1935—2017)

Robin Brammall, who died recently on December 19, 2017, was for many years a familiar figure at meetings of the BC Historical Association –...

Heritage BC Announces 2018 Watch List

Heritage BC has released the first provincial heritage Watch List to draw attention to a range of at-risk places that are significant to the...

Here’s My Canada contest – submit a video

Here’s My Canada is a multilingual, nation-wide contest inviting Canadians to express what Canada means to them in a 30-second video. Submit your video...