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Triple Islands Lighthouse (HL) Skeena-Queen Charlotte A, British Columbia
Pachena Point Lighthouse (HL) Alberni-Clayoquot, British Columbia
Cape Mudge Lighthouse (HL) Quadra Island, British Columbia
Green Island Lighthouse (HL) Skeena-Queen Charlotte A, British Columbia
Boat Bluff Lighthouse (HL) Kitimat-Stikine, British Columbia
Langara Point Lighthouse (HL) Village of Masset, British Columbia
Nootka Lighthouse (HL) Strathcona A, British Columbia
Fisgard Lighthouse (HL) Colwood, British Columbia
East Point Lighthouse (Saturna Island) (HL) Saturna Island, British Columbia
Sheringham Point Lighthouse (HL) Shirley, British Columbia
Entrance Island Lighthouse (HL) Nanaimo, British Columbia
Egg Island Lighthouse (HL) Central Coast, British Columbia
Trial Islands Lighthouse (HL) Oak Bay, British Columbia
Estevan Point Lighthouse (HL) Alberni-Clayoquot, British Columbia
Pulteney Point Lighthouse (HL) Port McNeill, British Columbia
Cape Beale Lighthouse (HL) Alberni-Clayoquot, British Columbia
McInnes Island Lighthouse (HL) McInnes Island, British Columbia
Active Pass Lighthouse (HL) Mayne Island, British Columbia
Dryad Point Lighthouse (HL) Central Coast, British Columbia
Carmanah Point Lighthouse (HL) Cowichan Valley, British Columbia
Merry Island Lighthouse (HL) Sunshine Coast, British Columbia
Canadian National Railway Station (HRS) Kelowna, British Columbia
Canadian National Railway Station (HRS) Prince Rupert, British Columbia
Canadian National Railway Station (HRS) Smithers, British Columbia
Canadian Pacific Railway Station (HRS) Glacier, British Columbia
Canadian Pacific Railway Station (HRS) Field, British Columbia
Canadian National Railway Station (HRS) Kamloops, British Columbia
Canadian National Railway Station (HRS) McBride, British Columbia
Canadian Pacific Railway Station (HRS) Nelson, British Columbia
Canadian Pacific Railway Station (HRS) Grand Forks, British Columbia
Removal of Ripple Rock National Historic Event (NHE) Campbell River, British Columbia Culmination of 17 years of a difficult and unique engineering project that initially appeared to be almost insurmountable
Japanese Canadian Internment National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia Internment of 22,000 Japanese-Canadians during World War II
Alaska Highway National Historic Event (NHE) Contact Creek, British Columbia Joint United States - Canadian Defence Project 1941-43, Dawson Creek to Fairbanks
Black Pioneers in British Columbia National Historic Event (NHE) Saanichton, British Columbia Influenced the founding and history of British Columbia; impact on religious, military and social institutions
Creation of the Province of British Columbia National Historic Event (NHE) Victoria, British Columbia Province created in 1871
Fishing Industry on the West Coast National Historic Event (NHE) Richmond, British Columbia Commercial fishing began in the 1830s, salted salmon for the Hudson's Bay Company
Kootenay Mining Region National Historic Event (NHE) Rossland, British Columbia Major mining and refining region
Ski Jumping at Mount Revelstoke National Historic Event (NHE) Revelstoke, British Columbia One of the earliest permanent jumps, and the largest natural ski jump in Canada.
New Westminster National Historic Event (NHE) New Westminster, British Columbia Capital of the colony of British Columbia from 1859-68
Old Town Victoria National Historic Event (NHE) Victoria, British Columbia Commercial district of western Canada's principal port until 1900
Cunningham v. Tomey Homma National Historic Event (NHE) n/a, British Columbia Provided pre-Charter human rights activists with a compelling illustration of the need for measures that would protect the civil and human rights of individual Canadians
Canadian Pacific Railway's Trans-Canada Limited (1919-1931) National Historic Event (NHE) Cranbook, British Columbia The Trans-Canada Limited represented the height of railway technology and luxury during the golden age of railways
Migration of Doukhobors to British Columbia National Historic Event (NHE) Castlegar, British Columbia Largest organized internal migration in Canadian history undertaken by a cultural community
Nanaimo National Historic Event (NHE) Nanaimo, British Columbia First commercial coal mine in British Columbia in 1852
Eagle Pass National Historic Event (NHE) Craigellachie, British Columbia Last spike on Canadian Pacific Railway, 1885
Nlaka'pamux Basket-Making, Pre-Contact to 1970 National Historic Event (NHE) Lytton, British Columbia Central to Nlaka'pamux cultural identity and embodies the role of women as culture bearers
Sinking of the S.S. VALENCIA National Historic Event (NHE) Pacific Rim National Park of Canada, British Columbia Tragic accident led to a fundamental reformulation of the federal government's policy of maritime safety and rescue in Pacific waters
Cariboo Wagon Road National Historic Event (NHE) Yale and Barkerville, British Columbia 700 kilometre road from Yale to Cariboo gold fields, completed in 1865
Exploration of the Strait of Juan de Fuca National Historic Event (NHE) Victoria, British Columbia British, American and Spanish explorations beginning in 1787
Shipbuilding at the Burrard Dry Dock Company National Historic Event (NHE) North Vancouver, British Columbia Outstanding among Canadian shipbuilding companies for its role in the development of shipbuilding on the West Coast
Fraser Canyon Transportation Corridor National Historic Event (NHE) Spuzzum, British Columbia Main route inland during gold rush of 1857-66
David Thompson on the Columbia River National Historic Event (NHE) Castlegar, British Columbia Role in establishing inland trading posts built between 1807 and 1812
Tugboating along the West Coast National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia It has been of fundamental importance to the early and on-going economic development and settlementof British Columbia and its main industries, forestry, mining and fishing.
Anglo-Russian Treaty of 1825 National Historic Event (NHE) Stewart, British Columbia Established boundary between British and Russian possessions on West Coast
Last Spanish Exploration National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia Meeting of Spanish and British explorers (George Vancouver) in 1792
Collins' Overland Telegraph National Historic Event (NHE) Quesnel, British Columbia Intended to link Europe and America via Russia, abandoned in 1867
Japanese Canadian Soldiers of the First World War and the Fight to Win the Vote National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia 222 Japanese Canadian soldiers overcame barriers to enlistment and prejudice and fought for Canada on the Western Front between 1916 and 1918
Beaver National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia First steam vessel on the Pacific Northwest Coast
Completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway National Historic Event (NHE) Port Moody, British Columbia Last spike driven in 1885, first transcontinental train arrived following day
Oregon Treaty of 1846 National Historic Event (NHE) Surrey, British Columbia Established the 49th parallel as the United States - Canada border west of Rockies
Sternwheel Steamer Snagboats on British Columbia's Rivers National Historic Event (NHE) New Westminster, British Columbia Performed a crucial function in the commercial and navigational history of the province
Pacific Cable National Historic Event (NHE) Bamfield, British Columbia Initiative of Sir Sanford Fleming, completed in 1902
Forest Industry in British Columbia National Historic Event (NHE) Port Alberni, British Columbia Special lumbering techniques arose due to the physical features and luxurious growth of timber
Asahi Baseball Team National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia Asahi's athletic and sportsmanlike performances inspired both Japanese and Euro-Canadian spectators; developed a strategic style of play, called "brain ball"
The Komagata Maru Incident of 1914 National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia 300 South Asian immigrants aboard Komagata Maru were deported back to India after arriving in Vancouver.
Industry at Trail National Historic Event (NHE) Trail, British Columbia First refining of lead in Canada in 1902, major smelting centre
Explorations of Sir Alexander MacKenzie National Historic Event (NHE) Prince George, British Columbia Discovered Mackenzie River (1789), reached Pacific overland (1793)
Coast Salish Knitters and the Cowichan Sweater National Historic Event (NHE) n/a, British Columbia Since the late 19th century, Coast Salish women have combined ancient wool-working technologies with European knitting techniques to produce the Cowichan sweater
Okanagan Brigade Trail National Historic Event (NHE) Westbank, British Columbia Fur trade route used between 1811 and 1848
Chinese Construction Workers on the Canadian Pacific Railway National Historic Event (NHE) Yale, British Columbia Role of the Chinese workers in building the Canadian Pacific Railway
Exploration of the Fraser River National Historic Event (NHE) Vancouver, British Columbia Explorations by Alexander Mackenzie, Simon Fraser and John Stuart
Maquinna (Mokwina) National Historic Person (NHP) Yuquot, British Columbia Chiefs of Moachat Confederacy in British Columbia (1778-1885), hereditary title
Blanshard, Richard National Historic Person (NHP) Victoria, British Columbia First Governor of Vancouver Island (1849-51)
Wilson, Ethel National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia Important contribution to modernist writing in fiction that explores the inner lives and moral values of her characters
Hunt, George National Historic Person (NHP) Fort Rupert, British Columbia Ethnographer, collector, West Coast cultures
Carr, Emily National Historic Person (NHP) Victoria, British Columbia Noted painter and writer
Tahayren (Edenshaw, Charles) National Historic Person (NHP) Masset, British Columbia Famous 19th-century Haïda carver; worked in argillite and silver
Varley, Frederick National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia Painter, member of the Group of Seven, portraits and landscapes
Morice, Adrien-Gabriel O. M. I. National Historic Person (NHP) Fort St. James, British Columbia Oblate missionary in northern British Columbia , wrote "Athapaskan dictionary"
Moody, Sewell Prescott National Historic Person (NHP) North Vancouver, British Columbia Entrepreneur, established sawmills in Vancouver area (1865-75)
Demers, Bishop Modeste National Historic Person (NHP) Victoria, British Columbia First Roman Catholic bishop of Vancouver Island,1846, missionary to the Columbia district
MacGill, Helen Gregory National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia Juvenile court judge; internationally acknowledged expert who campaigned for suffrage and law reform
Watt, Margaret 'Madge' Robertson National Historic Person (NHP) Victoria, British Columbia Key driving force in the foundation of the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) in 1933, first president from 1933 to 1947
Paull, Andrew National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia Andrew Paull, a pioneer of the Aboriginal rights movement in Canada, was a Squamish leader who devoted most of his life to protecting and furthering his people’s interests.
Trutch, Sir Joseph William National Historic Person (NHP) Spuzzum, British Columbia Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia (1871-76), noted civil engineer
Lolo, Jean-Baptiste National Historic Person (NHP) Kamloops, British Columbia A trade post interpreter, educator among peoples of different cultures, entrepreneur, landowner and farmer, he spoke to the needs of the Interior Salish bands and contributed to the beginnings of a new society in British Columbia.
Robson, John National Historic Person (NHP) New Westminster, British Columbia Founded first newspaper in mainland British Columbia (1861), Premier of British Columbia (1889-92)
De Cosmos, Amor National Historic Person (NHP) Victoria, British Columbia Premier of British Columbia (1872-74), founded the British Colonist
Gibbs, Mifflin Wistar National Historic Person (NHP) Victoria, British Columbia Politician, businessman, and defender of human rights, he was the recognized leader of the Black community in Vancouver Island during its early years between 1858 and 1870
Johns, Ethel National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia Nursing leader, educator and nurse administrator, campaigned for the advancement of the nursing profession in Canada for over fifty years
Howay, Frederic William National Historic Person (NHP) New Westminster, British Columbia Historian of British Columbia, president of the Royal Society of Canada (1941)
Oppenheimer, David National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia An aggressive entrepreneur as well as an astute municipal politician, he had an important influence on the way the young city of Vancouver developed.
Haig-Brown, Roderick Langmere National Historic Person (NHP) Campbell River, British Columbia A prolific author whose works continue to hold broad appeal and eloquently describe the British Columbia wilderness.
Harris, Lawren Stewart National Historic Person (NHP) Vancouver, British Columbia Original member of Group of Seven, artist