BCHF News

BCHF News

Masters student looking to reach Nikkei Canadians for thesis

Guillermina (Mina) Coronado is looking for Japanese Canadians interested in taking part in her masters research. She is a student of the...

Join the online launch for Failed to Return

Keith C. Ogilvie is the editor of (and a contributor to) Failed to Return: Canada's Bomber Command Sacrifice in the Second World War, published...

Salmo Hotel sold after 66 years in same family

The Salmo Hotel, built in 1932 to replace a hotel on the same site that dated to...

Vancouver Historical Society presents Nancy J. Turner

Dr. Nancy J. Turner shares her knowledge about traditional uses and meanings of plants, medicine. A widely respected ethnobotanist and author, Turner...

Cache of architectural plans donated to Touchstones Nelson

Just some of the plans recently donated by Fairbank Architects in Nelson to the local archives. Fairbank Architects...

Royal BC Museum announces changes to galleries

Part of the third-floor gallery space in the Royal BC Museum. The Royal BC Museum has announced...

Interview: Lost Kootenays, Part 1

BCHF vice-president Mark Forsythe interviews BCHF director Greg Nesteroff, co-author with Eric Brighton of the new book Lost Kootenays: A History In...

Remembrance Illuminated

Christ Church Cathedral (Victoria) and the Canadian Scottish Regimental Museum (Victoria) are marking Remembrance Week 2021 with a repeating 8-minute slide show...

Chinatown Storytelling Centre opens Nov. 6

The Chinatown Storytelling Centre will open to the public on Nov. 6 at 10 a.m. at 168 East...

Become a BCHF member!

As the British Columbia Historical Federation celebrates 100 years in 2022, we're extending an invitation to join the province's story-keepers: heritage societies,...