BCHF News

BCHF News

Historic Nakusp farm threatened with closure

The Spicer farm in Nakusp. Carmen Petrie/Arrow Lakes News The most prominent farm on the Arrow Lakes may...

Parks Canada recruiting for Indigenous Cultural Heritage Advisory Council

Parks Canada is launching the recruitment process for a new Indigenous Cultural Heritage Advisory Council.

More than 100 years of BC’s sessional papers now accessible online

One hundred and six years of British Columbia’s governmental papers are now available to anyone with...

Heritage BC recognizes Kaslo City Hall restoration

Kaslo City Hall, ca. 1920s, on a Gowen Sutton postcard An eight-year restoration to Kaslo's city hall, built...

Stories sought about 150 Mile schoolhouse

The summer student at the 150 Mile schoolhouse is collecting stories about the building, which dates to 1886. Read more...

Province launches artifact database

An image from the new online database: Kaleidoscope, c. 1873-1880, owned by the O'Reilly family at Point Ellice House.

Buddhist monument to be dedicated in Slocan cemetery

Rev. Orai Fujikawa paints characters on a new memorial to Japanese-Canadians cremated in the Slocan cemetery in 1942-43. It will be...

Squamish Historical Society seeks new storage space

The Squamish Historical Society is losing the place where they have stored their artifacts for more than a decade. The society's president...

The search for Alphonse Savard photos

The Société historique francophone de la Colombie-Britannique is researching a Vancouver photographer, Alphonse Savard, who operated Imperial Photo...

Fund started for HMCS Alberni Museum following flood

A GoFundMe campaign is underway for the HMCS Alberni Museum and Memorial in Courtenay following a flash...