Awards

Awards

Nominate someone for the BC Reconciliation Award

The office of the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, in partnership with the BC Achievement Foundation, has...

W. Kaye Lamb scholarship entries sought

Apply for the W. Kaye Lamb Award for the Best Student Works! Each year, the British Columbia Historical Federation offers two awards...

Entries sought for BCHF Historical Writing Award

The British Columbia Historical Federation will present the 40th Lieutenant Governor's Historical Writing Awards to recipients from among the previous year's publications...
Screenshot of Barry Gough being interviewed about his book Possessing Meares Island. An image of the book cover is shown next to Barry

In Conversation with Barry Gough: Possessing Meares Island

British Columbia History magazine's Aimee Greenaway interviewed Dr. Barry Gough, award-winning author of Possessing Meares Island: A Historian's Journey Through the Past...

Certificate of Merit: Bill Wilson

Bill Wilson of Nanaimo was the recipient of a BCHF Certificate of Merit at the federation's annual gala on June 5.

Certificate of Merit: Kevin Eastwood and Siren Screen Productions

Kevin Eastwood and Siren Screen Productions are the recipients of a BCHF Award of Recognition for British Columbia: An Untold History. The...

Award of Recognition: Marlin (Marl) Brown

The British Columbia Historical Federation announces that Marlin (Marl) Brown of Fort Nelson is a recipient of an Award of Recognition. The...

Explaining Settlers to Ourselves wins Anne and Phillip Yandle Best Article Award

A story about efforts to rethink a Victoria heritage site’s story has won the Anne and Philip Yandle Best Article Award from...

Lydia Kinasewich named W. Kaye Lamb scholarship recipient

This year’s recipient of the W. Kaye Lamb $1,000 scholarship from the BCHF is Lydia Kinasewich of UNBC (pictured) for her paper...

Laila Axén wins Cultural Resource Accessibility Award

Laila Axén is the inaugural winner of the BCHF Cultural Resource Accessibility Award, presented at the federation's annual gala on June 4....