Three Island-born female punk rockers who blazed their own trail
With endless forests and a rugged coastline this memoir’s humorous and candid collection of stories delights readers, even if far away from…
From discovering aquifers to chronicling the past, these outsiders redefined the Island in their own, unique ways.
Free, searchable, history all from the comfort of home.
BC’s small-town connector first took off in Port Hardy with service to Vancouver
The world is in constant flux, and nothing stays the same, except of course cute animals—they will always pull our heart strings.
Braggadocio is part of his charm and provides a lively source for these tales from the wilds of British Columbia
When you look back through its history, Vancouver Island is a dangerous place to live.
To appreciate Wilson Duff’s biography, you need not know who he was—Wilson Duff Coming Back, a Life is about more than just one man.
Grant Buday’s Orphans of Empire weaves three desolate tales of British Columbia’s lesser-known history
We sit down with Curator and Collections Manager Lia Tarle at the Cumberland Museum and Archives.
Nanaimo Archives Manager, Christine Meutzner discusses researching Wellington's Black community, Nanaimo's edge, and archiving the pandemic