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This pathway examines the displacement and dispossession of thousands of Japanese Canadians in Canada in the 1940s.
This pathway is connected to the exhibition Hope Meets Action: Echoes Through the Black Continuum. The exhibition and pathway explores the connections between historical and contemporary Black experiences throughout BC.
Orcas are embedded in human culture, from the screen to aquariums, mass media has shown the world the beauty of this species and how human behavior controls their fate. There is so much more for us to learn about orca culture and what they need to survive.
Dive into the world of ancient deep-sea biodiversity hotspots called glass sponge reefs.
Almost 50 years ago a geologist found dinosaur fossils in northern BC. Today those fossils are in the Royal BC Museum collection. Curator of palaeontology Dr. Victoria Arbour studies those fossils. Find out about her exciting discoveries!
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Hannah Maynard was an early expert in experimental photography. In the mid-1800s, she started capturing portraits of Victoria’s early settlers and Indigenous communities. With explorations of multiple exposures and photo sculpting, she experimented with surrealism years before its time.
We took a look to understand how fish are treated and how we can keep the fish alive for years to come.
What are conifers and how do conifers affect the Bowker creek environment? Credit: Thumbnail photo from Creative comments, "Coniferous trees pennsylvania" by DebiWatson is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0
Qu’est-ce que le Royal BC Museum peut t’apprendre au sujet des familles de la C.-B. ?
Dr. Tzu-I Chung
Dr. Tzu-I Chung explores how gold seekers from many parts of Europe, the Americas and Asia followed the gold trail around the world. The gold rush brought the first major settlement of Chinese people to Canada, and what would later become known as British Columbia.