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Monument to Hampton Gray proposed for Victoria

A group wants to build a monument in Robert Hampton Gray’s honour honour outside the B.C. Aviation Museum (seen here in...

Exhibit looks at history of Nelson newspapers

Community newspapers have a place in our collective histories. Not only do they record events as they happen, but they are looked...

‘Giant Lego blocks’ used to stabilize Mordern Colliery

After 16 years of hard work, a local not-for-profit society has succeeded...

BC History Digitization Program calls for applications

pixabay.com The British Columbia History Digitization Program is now accepting submissions for project funding. The program, launched by...

Map completed of historic Trail neighbourhood

The Gulch in Trail has long been the epicentre of the city's Italian community. A map of Trail's...

Nelson heritage building rises from the ashes

Chad Hansen is one of the co-owners of a heritage building in Nelson that is soon to reopen following a devastating...

Royal BC Museum plans remembrance-related events

Paul Ferguson will lead a tour of sites in Victoria related to World War I next month as one in a...

Capturing Prince Rupert’s labour history

Prince Rupert Labour History Walking Tour participants in front of City Hall. In early September, the...

Burnaby Neighbourhood Series presents Songs of Resistence

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

Kwantlen U presents Jane Watt with honorary degree

Jane Watt BC Historical Federation past president K. Jane Watt was presented with an honorary degree from Kwantlen...