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Artists rendition of Phase II of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre project.

Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre receives $700,000 donation

Teck Resources has donated $700,000 towards Phase II of the Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre's renewal project for the development of a replica mining...

Minto Memories: Donated Painting Lives On in Nakusp

When Matilda and Parker Williams purchased a painting of the Minto sternwheeler in the 1970s, they didn’t know that they were creating a future...

Grant opportunity — Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program – British Columbia – Community, Culture...

The Community, Culture, and Recreation (CCR) Program supports cost-sharing of infrastructure projects in communities across the province. On September 12, 2018 the Canadian and British...

Nomenclature — what you should know

Have you heard of Museum Nomenclature before? What about Chenhall? Maybe you just call it "the big museum cataloguing book". If you have catalogued a...

Happy 80th Lions Gate bridge!

What does Guinness and West Vancouver have to do with one another? Opened in 1938, the Guinness family (yes — the makers of the...

Ladysmith & District Historical Society Opens Great War exhibit

The Ladysmith & District Historical Society has been busy writing articles and producing exhibits. Two articles about The Society’s work in prestigious province wide magazines...

BC historian Paul Ferguson to deliver talk in Belgium

On Saturday November 10, BCHF member and historian Paul Ferguson (Victoria, BC) will deliver a talk about Belgian place-names in Canada at Memorial Museum Passchendaele...

Indigitization grant program accepting applications

The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC, UBC iSchool, UNBC and the Museum of Anthropology are calling for applications for the 2019 Indigitization...

British Columbia History – Winter 2018: “After the First World War”

Our winter 2018 issue of British Columbia History examines aspects of life in BC after World War I. Issue 51.4, "After the First World War," will hit retail...

Vancouver Island University digitizes Canadian cultural heritage

The narratives of Canada’s journey of exploration will be shared with the online world through the digitization of Vancouver Island University’s (VIU’s) Special Collections...

Winter issue of British Columbia History available for pre-order

Members — the Winter issue of British Columbia History will be in your mailbox in December. Not a member yet? You can pre-order a...