BCHF News

BCHF News

Chinatown Through a Wide Lens wins Lieutenant Governor’s Medal

A remarkable book about an early Vancouver photographer whose work was almost forgotten was named the...

2017 Governor General’s History Awards Recipients

Congratulations to the following BC recipients of the 2017 Governor General's History Awards, some of whom are BCHF members and/or past BCHF award-winners: Award...

Burnaby Neighbourhood Series presents Songs of Resistence

As part of the Burnaby Neighbourood Series, join Solidarity Notes Labour Choir and...

Ron Welwood 1940-2021

Frances and Ron Welwood are seen at the 2009 BCHF conference in Nelson. BCHF past president and honorary...

BCHF conference speakers create a buzz on CBC.ca

There's a buzz around David Campion and Sandra Shields' installation art exhibit Grand Theft Terra Firma -- a buzz you can learn about first hand...

Coquitlam 125’s legacy: stories told, stories created

Remember when Coquitlam had wooden sidewalks? Know the history of Mundy Park? What will Coquitlam look like in the future? Read these stories and...

Sterling Prize recipient challenges racism and role of museums

Sdahl K’awaas (also known as Lucy Bell) is the recipient of Simon Fraser University’s 2021 Nora and Ted Sterling Prize...

North Vancouver Museum and Archives offers Story Walks

North Vancouver Museum and Archives’ popular summer program is back for another year with free, drop-in or pre-booked, story-filled walks at The Shipyards and...

Vancouver Island authors win Lyman book prize

Vancouver Island authors John M. MacFarlane and Lynn J. Salmon have won a John Lyman Book Award for best book published in...

A look inside the Sirdar general store

The Sirdar general store is seen in 2007. A Kootenay Lake landmark and time capsule is for sale....