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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Denying Indigenous Education in British Columbia: Examples from Wei Wai Kum (Campbell River) and We Wei Kai (Cape Mudge)

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Memorandum of Misunderstanding? Public Accountability and the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, 2004-17

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State-Capital Nexus and the Making of BC Shale and Liquefied Natural Gas

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Persistence of Colonial Prejudice and Policy in British Columbia’s Indigenous Relations: Did the Spirit of Joseph Trutch Haunt Twentieth-Century Resource Development?

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Economic Development of the BC Interior: A Case Study of Occupations in the Okanagan, 1881-1921

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Becoming a Nurse in Vancouver and Calgary: Women, Work, Motherhood, 1958 to 1976

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The Recreation/Ecology/Heritage Triangle: Developing Bowen Island’s Crippen Regional Park, 1978-2005

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From “Knife Men” to “Streamlining with Curves”: Structure, Skill, and Gender in British Columbia’s Meat-Packing Industry

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Let’s Talk About Schools: Educational Policy-Making in British Columbia in the 1970s and 1980s

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(Re)settling the Central Okanagan, 1860-1904: Land Monopoly, Small-Scale Ranching, and Marginalized First People

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Donald Fraser, the London Times, and the Gold Rushes of British Columbia

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Living on “Scenery and Fresh Air”: Land-Use Planning and Environmental Regulation in the Gulf Islands

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“Chinks Pay Heavily for ‘Hitting Pipe'”: The Perception and Enforcement of Canada’s New Drug Laws in Rural and Northern British Columbia, 1908-30

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“Everybody knows what a picket line means”: Picketing before the British Columbia Court of Appeal

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Rate Suppression and Debt Transformation: The Political Use of BC Hydro, 2008 to 2014

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Alice Ravenhill: Making Friends with the Powers That Be

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The Ethno-Genesis of the Mixed-Ancestry Population in New Caledonia

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The Lady Music Teacher as Entrepreneur: Minnie Sharp and the Victoria Conservatory of Music in the 1890s

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Storying SwÌ_lcha: Place-making and Power at a StÌ_:l̵ Landmark

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“Growing Up and Grown Up … in Our Future City”: Discourses of Childhood and Settler Futurity in Colonial British Columbia

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