Annual Conference

Annual Conference

There are stories to tell… Legacy Fund recipients announced

"There are stories to tell... from across British Columbia". Special guest Paul Ferguson —adjudicator on the Centennial Legacy Fund committee —spoke to...
BCHD Conference 2017 Chilliwack

Conference Registration Now Open

Registration for the BCHF Conference 2017 taking place May 25-28th - Chilliwack: Land, Water, People - is now open. View Conference Schedule Register Now The event features three pre-conference...

Book, Fernie at War wins Community History Award

Victoria author Wayne Norton was awarded the community history award, a $500 prize, for his book, Fernie at War: 1914-1919, published by Caitlin Press. In his new book, Fernie...

Revisit Nakusp — Conference photographs online

We just returned from another successful conference in Nakusp and we can hardly wait until next year! Remember the good times or see what you...

Esther Sharp of Ladysmith wins Best Article Prize

Vice-President Caroline Ross and President Shannon Bettles present award to Esther Sharp Esther Sharp is the recipient of...

BCHF conference speakers create a buzz on CBC.ca

There's a buzz around David Campion and Sandra Shields' installation art exhibit Grand Theft Terra Firma -- a buzz you can learn about first hand...

In the Press — News from conference reaches corners of the province

Stories of award winners and news of the BCHF conference were shared around the province by the press. Read the stories here: Langley Advance....

2018 BCHF AGM minutes (draft) & Member Society reports

The following documents from the 2018 BCHF Annual General Meeting (AGM), held Saturday May 26, 2018, in Nakusp, BC, are now available: AGM Minutes...

Recognition awards presented at annual conference

A suite of awards was presented at the BCHF annual conference last Saturday in Courtenay. Awards of...
BCHD Conference 2017 Chilliwack

Pre-conference workshops now open to the public!

The BCHF's three pre-conference workshops on Thursday May 25, 2017, are now open to the public -- meaning that you don't need to register...