BCHF News

BCHF News

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...
Chilliwack's Chinatowns

Chilliwack’s Chinatowns — now a virtual exhibit

The Chilliwack Museum and Archives, operated by the Chilliwack Historical Society, has launched a new virtual museum through the Virtual Museum of...

Historic Nakusp farm threatened with closure

The Spicer farm in Nakusp. Carmen Petrie/Arrow Lakes News The most prominent farm on the Arrow Lakes may...

Archival holdings now online in Smithers

The Bulkley Valley Museum in Smithers, BC, is proud to share its artifact and archival holdings online, thanks to funding from the Government of...

Congrats to this year’s LAC grant recipients — 11 from BC!

The Library and Archives Canada Documentary Heritage Communities Program has for 2017-2018 approved $1.5 million in funding to support 48 projects in local archival...

BC and Yukon Book Prize money increases

The BC and Yukon Book Prizes have made changes to the prize program for 2020, including two new categories: the return of...

New Barkerville monument honours Chinese-Canadian legacy

A commemorative plaque unveiled last week in Barkerville officially recognizes the contributions of Chinese Canadians to BC’s rich cultural, historical and economic mosaic. The plaque,...

BCHF Newsletter – February 2017

Check out the February 2017 issue (No. 62) of the BCHF Newsletter for all the latest and greatest news about the Federation and our...

Ronald Greene appointed Honorary Life Member

Ronald Greene of Victoria has been appointed an Honorary Life Member of the BC Historical Federation (BCHF), a special distinction that was...

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...