BCHF News

BCHF News

BC Museums Association emergency planning workshops

Fire. Flood. Earthquake. Is your museum or cultural centre prepared? The BC Museums Association (BCMA) will present emergency planning workshops in Penticton (April 24) and...
BC Studies website

BC Studies launches new website

Interested in all things British Columbia? Be sure to check out BC Studies new website. It includes 50 years of publications.

Esther Sharp of Ladysmith wins Best Article Prize

Vice-President Caroline Ross and President Shannon Bettles present award to Esther Sharp Esther Sharp is the recipient of...

Young Canada Works – 2018 funding stream open

Looking to hire a student or recent post-secondary graduate for the summer? Young Canada Works (YCW), a collaboration between the National Trust for Canada and...

Fall 2018 Issue of British Columbia History magazine now out

Members will be receiving their copy of British Columbia History magazine soon. If you are not yet a member you can purchase a copy...

Shortlist Announced for 2019 BCHF 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.

Langley’s Fred Pepin honoured with Award of Merit

We are pleased to announce that Langley’s Fred Pepin is a recipient of an Award of Merit. The award was presented at the Federation’s...

BC Archives celebrating 125 years!

2019 marks the 125th anniversary of the passing of the legislation that established the Legislative Library. It soon became...

In Memoriam — Jack Brown

Jack Brown The Surrey Historical Society is saddened by the death of dedicated member and Past President Jack...
in memoriam

Steve Lapshinoff (1943-2019)

Steve Lapshinoff, a prolific Doukhobor historian, has died at 76. Among his publications was a documentary report on the 1924 death...