Placing BC Francophone Culture on the Map

BC Francophone Cultural Mapping Project Placing BC Francophone Culture on the Map  Heritage BC is partnering with the Heritage Branch, Tourism Policy Branch, the Francophone Economic Development Society and the Francophone Historical Society to recognize the valuable contributions made by the Francophone community to B.C.’s economic, cultural and social fabric. Phase I of the project will result in an interactive map of significant...

Heritage BC is on the move

Heritage BC will be vacating our current location due to the redevelopment of the property, and we are on the hunt for a new location.Our primary need is an affordable office that can accommodate three people. Beyond that, we hope to find a space that is central in Vancouver and close to transit. The bright and clean office does not have to be in a heritage building, but that would be a welcomed feature. Please contact Paul Gravett at

Nominate a significant South Asian Canadian historic place!

Do you know a historic place associated with the history of the South Asian* Canadian community in B.C. that is important to you or your community?Heritage BC is pleased to announce the launch of the South Asian Canadian Historic Places Recognition Project! To start off this initiative, we are undertaking a public nominations process on behalf of the Royal BC Museum, University of the Fraser Valley, and British Columbia Ministry of Forests...

Heritage BC Awards Nominations are open until November 4th!

Nominations are now open for Heritage BC's Annual Awards Program, recognizing outstanding and significant achievements in heritage conservation by individuals, organizations, groups, businesses and government in communities across B.C. Award-winners will be feted at the Awards Ceremony and Gala, held on February 16, 2017 during Heritage Week.Awards will be presented in four categories: Heritage Conservation; Heritage Education and Awareness; Heritage...

Japanese Canadian nominations extended to November 30, 2016!

» Japanese Canadian Historic Places Posterthe B.C. Ministry of International Trade and Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations have extended the Japanese Canadian Historic Places nomination process deadline to November 30, 2016. That means you have 84 more days to nominate significant historic places around the province!Are your curious about submitting a nomination, but are unsure about what we mean...

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