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Learn about this extraordinary community on Vancouver Island, established in 1917 by a man named Mayo Singh.
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!
If we dive deep into the waters off the coast of BC, we’ll find a world of sea mammals: whales, seals, sea lions, otters and dolphins. These intelligent and often social animals can tell us a lot about the ocean. In this tour, we will explore how they live, how they interact with each other,…
Plants and animals have features and behaviours that help them survive. Learn about some BC plants and animals and the amazing ways they survive and thrive in our local environments through this snapshot visit to the natural history gallery. Digital Field Trips are inquiry based and staff led. We can adapt Digital Field Trips for…
This film has excerpts of scenes from around 1936-1940 at Fairbridge Farm School at Cowichan Station on Vancouver Island, BC. Many of the students were brought from England as orphans; others were voluntarily sent by their parents who believed they were sending them to a better life.