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The BCHF needs a treasurer

Due to a recent resignation, the BC Historical Federation is looking to fill the role of treasurer. Are you able to fill...

Hockey Hall of Fame spot sought for Larry Kwong

Larry Kwong, as seen in the 1945-46 Trail Smoke Eaters program. A Vernon native who played senior hockey...

Cumberland heritage site burns

A fire broke out last week in Coal Creek Historic Park in Cumberland. (Justin Waddell/Vista Radio) A fire...

Front Words with Mark Forsythe

An excerpt from the fall issue of British Columbia History magazine, rounding up historical news and notes.

Video to look at Sikh history in Terrace

Chetanveer Singh Dhillon, who grew up in Terrace, is developing a documentary video called the Sikh History...

Transforming the Heritage Conservation Act

BCHF members are invited to take part on a project to align the Heritage Conservation Act in BC with the United...

Second edition of Sinixt history book released

A revised and expanded edition of a classic work about the alienation of the Sinixt First Nation...

Fall issue of British Columbia History coming soon!

The fall issue of British Columbia History magazine will soon be in mailboxes and available digitally online soon.

Trail Museum acquires key hockey memorabilia

The newly-acquired Seth Martin mask in the Trail Museum. (Greg Nesteroff/Vista Radio) he Trail Museum has added three...

Lawney Reyes (1931-2022): Sinixt artist and author

USCC executive director J.J. Verigin is seen at left, with Lawney Reyes at centre, at k'pit'els in October 2009.(Courtesy Muriel Walton)

New book gives tramway builder Byron Riblet his due

He was a brilliant engineer, responsible for the construction of aerial mining trams in the Kootenays and around the world. But you’ve...