Japanese Canadian Historic Sites in BC: Journeys of Home

Our visit list theme is Japanese Canadian historic sites in BC.  The Dispossession and Internment of Japanese Canadians from 1942-49 is the story of how racism changed the course of a very vibrant and successful community’s history.  It also tells the story of the amazing community resilience to overcome adversity and hardships to build the foundations for racial equality and multicultural Canada of today.

Places

Road Map

Lillooet, British Columbia to Kaslo, British Columbia

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Fort Edmonton Park

Edmonton, Alberta 1 place
Your Story Fits at Fort Edmonton Park
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Explore Doukhobor Culture!

Castlegar, British Columbia to Leask, Saskatchewan 3 places
Experience traditional Doukhobor village life, and try some Doukhobor food!
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The Hidden Black Cityscape

Saint Marys Parish to Fredericton, New Brunswick 6 places
Explore Fredericton’s early Black history. Often missing from the modern cityscape.
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Blacks of the Lower Saint John River Valley

St. Andrews, New Brunswick to Beaver Harbour, New Brunswick 2 places
In 1792 Black Loyalist started arriving in large numbers, but Blacks had been here before.
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