British Columbia History Magazine

British Columbia History Magazine
Alice Glanville

A Glanville family connection

One article in the Winter 2017 issue of British Columbia History (Vol. 50 No. 4) contains a link to long-time BCHF member and Council...

Museum of Vancouver now stocking British Columbia History magazine

We'd like to extend a warm welcome to our newest magazine retail partner: the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) Gift Shop! You can now purchase current...

Plaque commemorates oldest house in Vancouver’s Grandview

The Fall 2017 issue of British Columbia History (Vol. 50 No. 3) included a story about the oldest existing house in Vancouver's Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood: 1350...

British Columbia History winter 2017 issue 50.4: sneak peek

Our winter 2017 issue of British Columbia History includes an exclusive excerpt from a new book about the life and legacy of Rick Hansen,...

BC history through song

As a companion piece to Rika Ruebsatt's article "BC History through Song" in our Summer 2107 issue of British Columbia History you can listen...

British Columbia History summer 2017 issue 50.2: sneak peek

Our summer 2017 issue of British Columbia History commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge with a feature article on how...

British Columbia History spring 2017 issue 50.1: sneak peek

In celebration of Canada 150, our special issue of 2017 showcases the stories of people and communities who called British Columbia home prior to...

Archives stories welcomed

Are you an archivist with a story to tell? British Columbia History magazine is looking for submissions of archives-related stories on new and interesting topics,...

British Columbia History winter issue 49.4: sneak peek

Did you know that a Victoria housewife named Joan Kennedy helped pave the way for female enlistment in World War II? Or that Vancouverites...

British Columbia History Fall issue: sneak peek

Want to learn more about Russia’s aspirations for the West Coast, the history of New Westminster’s BC Distillery, or one BC resident’s letter-writing campaign...