Malcolm Island has been utilized as a seasonal harvesting location by the Kwakwaka’wakw
QUATSINO—Old Sport copper mine results from early settlers' struggles to turn rainforest into agriculture centre
Our history columnist notes little remains of once-thriving port community
Edward (Ned) Frigon a colourful character around Quatsino Sound.
History columnist Brenda McCorquodale looks at the village of Ba'as.
History columnist Brenda McCorquodale looks at the community of Esperanza.
William May Halliday left his impact on the North Island.
Brenda McCorquodale discusses the iconic Hudson’s Bay Company point blankets.
History columnist Brenda McCorquodale looks back at the Wood & English sawmill.
History columnist Brenda McCorquodale shares the story of Brooks Peninsula.
History columnist Brenda McCorquodale shares the background of the Nahwitti.
Due to its steep slopes and heavy rainfall, the area around Port Alice has been subjected to a number of mud and rock slides.
Brenda McCorquodale shares information on Storey’s Beach’s first residents, George and Frances Storey.
Brenda McCorquodale looks at the history of the Yreka Mine.
The history of one of the richest and most well-known industrialists in the history of Vancouver Island, Robert Dunsmuir.
Sayward home to Valley of 1,000 Faces exhibition by remarkable artist.
Brenda McCorquodale looks at the early history of Sointula.
Harrowing tale recorded in the diary of a pair of stricken trappers.
Brenda McCorquodale recounts visits by early European explorers to the North Island.
The arrival of European traders brought many new diseases to the North Island, including measles and smallpox.