We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.

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The Forest and the Trees: A Review Article

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From Forested Hills to Paved Plateaus

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Making Métis Places in British Columbia: The Edge of the Métis Nation Homeland

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Nature, Order, and Chaos in John Davidson’s Archive

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“Oh, Weldon Chan! Where Are You Hiding?”: Sanctuary and Fugitivity in Memory and Song, 1958 to the Present

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Evidence of an Ephemeral Art: Cantonese Opera in Vancouver’s Chinatown

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A Misconception: The Relationship between the Chinese-English Daily Newspaper and the Chinese Times

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Changing Images: Photographic Collections of First Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast Held in the Royal British Columbia Museum,i860-1920

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“Enemy Aliens” and “Conchies”: Perceptions of the “Un-British” in the Fraser Valley, 1939–45

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“Do Your Little Bit”: The 143rd Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, “BC Bantams”

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Centring Community Knowledge in Resource Management Research

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TOWARDS AN ART HISTORY OF NORTHWEST COAST FIRST NATIONS: 1. “Traditional” Period (1770-1870)

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Birken Buddhist Forest Monastery: Asian Migration, the Creative Class, and Cultural Transformation in the New Pacific British Columbia

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Lessons Learned: Settler Colonialism, Development, and the UN Regional Training Centre in Vancouver, 1959–62

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The Evolution of Early Hospitals in British Columbia, 1855–1918

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It Is Food That Calls Us Home: A Multigenerational Auto-Ethnography of Japanese Canadian Food and Culture

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Commemorating Father Pandosy: Diversification of the Frontier Cultural Complex and Continued Colonial Erasure in Kelowna

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“They smashed it right through our reserve”: The Problem of Settler Consultation for Infrastructure on Chawathil IR4

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“We Shall Arrive at the “Utopia” of Nursing”: Reconceptualizing Nursing Labour in British Columbia, 1945-1965

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Tenant Organizing and the Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights in British Columbia, 1968–75

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