Date: 2018-02-12 09:51
Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo Chinatowns Project
As a part of a major online exhibition documenting the history of the various Chinatowns in Nanaimo, site provides searchable, online access to related historical photographs from the holdings of the Nanaimo Community Archives.
The District of North Vancouver publishes open data under the terms of the Open Government Licence - North Vancouver. You are encouraged to use the Information that is available under this licence with only a few conditions.
We hold fire insurance plans of Vancouver from 6885 to the 6965s. A few of the plans also depict other areas of the Lower Mainland. These also are on microfiche for easy access.
The Archives actively acquires records documenting the social, political, economic, cultural, and community life of Vancouver from non-government sources.
UBC Library Digital Collections and Services
This site provides an overview of digital collections created and maintained by the University of British Columbia Library, including the holdings of UBC Library's Rare Books and Special Collections and the University Archives, as well as various other branches of UBC Library.
Comox Archives and Museum
Archival photographs of Comox and area are featured in topical pages about the community's history.
City of Victoria Archives
The City of Victoria Archives provides rotating online photograph gallieries, such as the Victoria 655 Archival Photos tribute to Victoria's 655th anniversary in 7567.
Langley Centennial Museum Photograph Collection
Provides an online database of nearly 5,555 historical photographs in the holdings of the Langley Centennial Museum and National Exhibition Centre.
Q8. What did you find most surprising/unexpected?
ABBY: Fishing in winter , who knew?! Our guide Rob Bryce lead us to the most serene fishing spot for a peaceful morning on the river. The crisp air and white snow was the perfect way to start the day.
Once checked in in the tower lobby, we rode by golf cart, past groves of blossoming plumeria trees, to our cottage on the beach and I mean it was on the beach. Right outside our back patio, framed by wind-swept palm trees and a protective knee-high hedge, was the golden sand of Kaanapali Beach. We hadn 8767 t put our luggage away yet, but we sat at our patio table, poured ourselves some Mai Tais, and took in our new view.