BCHF News

BCHF News

A Bridge To Somewhere

Selkirk College student Grady Robertson uncovers the stories behind three important bridges that linked people, development and dreams in the West Kootenay...

Conference Registration Opens

The lineup of presentations for the 2022 BCHF annual conference has been announced and registration has opened for the online event taking...

Across Alone: Canada by Foot & Canoe

He calls it the “super highway” for Indigenous people and fur traders. Bert ter Hart paddling and walking across Canada, from west...

New book looks at Kootenay rail travel history

While several books exist describing the construction and operation of railways in the Kootenays, Terry Gainer's new...

150 Time Immemorial Grants announced

Heritage BC has announced winners of the 150 Time Immemorial Grant Program which will see the funding of 92 projects in 54...

BCHF visits the Museum of North Vancouver

It's a community dream that began over 40 years ago, and is now a reality. The new Museum of North Vancouver has...

Rebuilding drive begins for Lytton Chinese History Museum

Lorna Fandrich owned the award-winning Lytton Chinese Canadian History Museum before it burned last year. On June 30,...

A history of bicycle activism in Vancouver

Cycling enthusiast and advocate Colin Stein recently presented a history of cycling activism in Vancouver, focusing on...

BLK: An Origin Story looks at Hogan’s Alley

BLK: An Origin Story is a docuseries now broadcasting nationally on HISTORY and Global TV. The third episode,...

Historic Penticton home burns

Google Street View The Warren Home, built on Lakeshore Drive in Penticton in 1912 for a Kettle Valley...