Member Stories

Member Stories

Japanese Hall 1928-2018: The Story of Resilience, Survival and Transformation

The Japanese School Hall is a Vancouver institution, opened in 1906. By stubbornness and luck its board retained ownership through the war,...

Nanaimo Historical Society presents distinguished service awards

At their Annual General Meeting on March 12, the Nanaimo Historical Society presented Distinguished Service Awards to Pamela Mar and Gordon Miller...

Tashme today

The Spring 2020 issue of British Columbia History features a story on haiku poetry written in the Tashme Japanese-Canadian interment camp. Here...

Japanese-Canadian War Memorial turns 100

The Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Vancouver’s Stanley Park will be 100 on April 9. The amazing...

Pacific Maritime Centre planned for Langford

Performing Arts Centre: Concept image by Chris Gower, architect and urban design planner The City of Langford and...

Featured historic site: Morden Colliery Historic Park, Nanaimo

Submitted by Christine Meutzner, Nanaimo Community Archives The remains of the Morden Mine Tipple and...

Langley Heritage Society launches 40th anniversary photo contest

Glover Road in Fort Langley. Lou Fasullo photo The Langley Heritage Society is celebrating 40 years...

Langley Heritage Society’s Valley Voices February broadcast available

February's Valley Voices introduces a man building a York Boat or bateaux at the Fort Langley National Historic Site, and gives us a...

Submissions sought for Boswell Beginnings and Beyond

The book Boswell Beginnings, a history of the Kootenay Lake community published in 1986, is now out...

Japanese Canadian home movies from the 1930s-70s

The Nikkei National Museum in Burnaby has digitized over 40 historical home movies from its moving image...