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Plaque commemorates 1909 railway disaster

Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley, deputy consul general Masayo Tada, and Joey Hartman of the BC Labour Heritage Centre. Facebook photo

T’xwelátsé: We Have to Learn to Live Together in a Good Way

The Chilliwack Museum's permanent gallery features the ongoing exhibition T’xwelátsé: We Have to Learn to Live Together...

Board considers name change for Port Alberni school

School District 70 trustees are thinking again about renaming A.W. Neill Elementary School,...

New provincial anti-racism network launched

During BC Multiculturalism Week last week, Premier John Horgan announced the launch of the Resilience BC, a...

Apply to have your story hosted by the Virtual Museum of Canada

The Virtual Museum of Canada is proud to launch a new call for proposals as part of its small Community Stories investment stream. If...

Winter issue of British Columbia History coming soon

The Winter 2019 issue of British Columbia History features “Siamelaht,” by Jenn Ashton; “Identifying the Enemy: The tale...

BC gives Vancouver $1 million for Chinese-Canadian museum

The BC government is providing $1 million to the City of Vancouver toward the establishment of a Chinese...

Nelson Daily News digitized

The latest newspaper to be added to UBC's collection of BC historical newspapers is the Nelson Daily...

Vancouver Japanese Hall now a national historic site

The first student body of the Vancouver Japanese...
Laura Moberg accepts scholarship award

Deadline extended for W. Kaye Lamb Award for Best Student Works

BCHF membership chair Caroline Ross, award winner Laura Moberg, and president Shannon Bettles at the BCHF Awards Gala held June 8,...