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BCHF 2021 conference registration now open

The wait is over... registration for BCHF's 2021 virtual conference is now open! History presentations, virtual field trips, gala book prize, silent...

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Komagata Maru virtual presentations help mark Sikh Heritage Month in BC

The South Asian Studies Institute at the University of the Fraser Valley launches a permanent outdoor exhibit...

Francophone pioneers of Vancouver

The Vancouver Historical Society recently hosted Maurice Guibord executive director of the Société Historique Francophone de la...

Cortes Island Museum and Archives launches digital resource

A new digital resource is available from the Cortes Island Museum and Archives. You can view digitized...

A preview of the BCHF 2021 conference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk9Ooi4tT3M We have created a video to give you a sneak peak of the upcoming BCHF virtual...

Vancouver Island University anthropology prof awarded BC Good Citizenship medal

Imogene Lim, a VIU anthropology teacher, has received the Province of B.C. Medal for Good Citizenship for...

Fire helps Skeetchestn uncover the past

A destructive 2017 fire west of Kamloops had one upside: it has made it easier for the Skeetchestn First Nation to do...
Lieutenant Governor's Medal for Historical Writing

Finalists announced for Lieutenant Governor’s Historical Writing Competition

The British Columbia Historical Federation is pleased to announce this year’s finalists for the annual Lieutenant Governor’s Historical Writing Competition. The 2021...

Landscapes of Injustice launches database on Japanese-Canadian internment

Luggage on display at the Nikkei Memorial Internment Centre in New Denver The Landscapes of Injustice project has...

Author Q&A: Captain Cook Rediscovered

Our blog series “Author Q&A” pulls back the curtain on the historical writing process, introducing local authors and hearing how their stories...

Johnson Insurance Scholarship Program opens April 15

Did you know that if you are a member of the BC Historical Federation or a member of one of our Member...
Challenging Racist British Columbia: 150 Years and Counting

New anti-racism resource released

Those engaged with public history in BC will be interested to read a new resource published on...