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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Managing Diversity in the Representation of BC History: Point Ellice House and “Chinatown”

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“That’s My Dinner on Display” : A First Nations Reflection on Museum Culture

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The Supreme Law and the Grand Law: Changing Significance of Customary Law for Aboriginal Women of British Columbia

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Ambivalent Allies: Social Democratic Regimes and Social Movements

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The Legal History of British Columbia

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The Education Gap: Urban Indians in British Columbia

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Indians in British Columbia: Level of Income, Welfare Dependency and Poverty Rate

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Driving, Wandering, Recollecting: The Legacy of Coyote’s Twin Brother

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The Quite Impossible Task: Douglas Cole and the Ecumenical Challenge of British Columbia’s Cultural History

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Ethnography and Archaeology as Ideology: The Case of the Stein River Valley

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The Role of Lithic Raw Material Studies in Kootenay Archaeology

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Ideology, Personality and the Origin of the CCF in British Columbia

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Reserve and Urban Indians in British Columbia: A Social and Economic Profile

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University Impact on the Development of Industries in Peripheral Regions: Knowledge Organization and the British Columbia Wine Industry

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The Wilderness Observed: A Review Article

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Interview: “This Book Is Ours. This Book Belongs to All of Us.” A Conversation on Why Indigenous Literatures Matter, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2018

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