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Aimee Greenaway named managing editor of BC History

11 Feb 2024 7:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Aimee Greenaway, who joined the British Columbia History magazine team as Books Editor in 2018, is excited to move into the Managing Editor role with support from the amazing K. Jane Watt.

Aimee is a sixth generation Nanaimo resident and grew up in the former coal mining town of Extension.

Her passion for local history was sparked by her own genealogy research, and BC history courses at Vancouver Island University (graduated in 2002 with a Bachelors of Arts in History and a Bachelor of Education). She worked at the BC Forest Discovery Centre from 2006-2011 and wrote a column on logging history in the Cowichan Valley Citizen. Aimee has worked at the Nanaimo Museum since 2011, and is the curator.

Aimee lives on a farm, and when she's not thinking about history she is usually playing the harp.

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PO Box 448, Fort Langley, BC, Canada, V1M 2R7


The Secretariat of the BCHF is located on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish speaking Peoples. 

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