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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“From Our Side We Will be Good Neighbour[s] to Them”: Doukhobor-Sinixt Relations at the Confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers in the Early Twentieth Century

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Fraser River Gold Mines and Their Place Names

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Pluralism, Institutionalism, and the Theories of BC Politics

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McBride of McKenna-McBride: Premier Richard McBride and the Indian Question in British Columbia

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Home or Global Treasure? Understanding Relationships between the Heiltsuk Nation and Environmentalists

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The Secret Past Life of Plants: Paleoethnobotany in British Columbia

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“A Nation of Artists”: Alice Ravenhill and the Society for the Furtherance of British Columbia Indian Arts and Crafts

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Plants, Places, and the Storied Landscape: Looking at First Nations Perspectives on Plants and Land

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Marriage, Morals, and Men: Re/defining Victoria’s Chinese Rescue Home

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Beyond Chinatown: Chinese Men and Indigenous Women in Early British Columbia

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A View from the Watchman’s Pole: Salmon, Animism and the Kwakwaka’wakw Summer Ceremonial

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Multi-Level Governance and Place-Based Policy-Making for Climate Change Adaptation: The European Experience and Lessons for British Columbia

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“Streams Being Ruined from a Salmon Producing Standpoint:”Clearcutting, Fish Habitat, and Forest Regulation in British Columbia, 1900-45

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When the Titans Met: Railway Rivalry in the Okanagan and Kelowna’s Rise as a Fruit-Shipping Centre

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Crown, Company, and Charter: Founding Vancouver Island Colony – A Chapter in Victorian Empire Making

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The Insuring Crowns: Canada’s Public Auto Insurers

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The Komagata Maru and the Ghadr Party: Past and Present Aspects of a Historic Challenge to Canada’s Exclusion of Immigrants from India

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Komagata Maru Revisited: “Hindus,” Hookworm, and the Guise of Public Health Protection

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Conclusions: The Future of Ethnobotany in British Columbia

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The Legacy of the Nuxalk Food and Nutrition Program for the Food Security, Health, and Well-Being of Indigenous Peoples in British Columbia

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