Japanese Canadian Internment Sites: hidden history of BC
Hope, British Columbia
Tashme - Canada's largest Japanese Canadian internment camp during WWII.
Lillooet, British Columbia
East Lillooet was a Japanese Canadian self-supporting Internment site from 1942-49.
New Denver, British Columbia
NIMC tells the story Japanese Canadians forcibly relocated during World War II.
Greenwood, British Columbia
Greenwood was the first of 10 Japanese Canadian Internment sites during World War II.
Slocan, British Columbia
Sign that commemorates the Japanese Canadian internment camps of the lower Slocan Valley
Kaslo, British Columbia
123-year-old Provincial Heritage Site with theatre, galleries, & Japanese Canadian Museum
Hope, British Columbia to Kaslo, British Columbia
Mid Island Historic Path – your one day adventure!
Nanaimo, British Columbia to Parksville, British Columbia 3 places
Take a visit to Mid Vancouver Island, where you will find historic sites and nature beauty
Medical History in Canada
Aurora, Ontario to Powell River, British Columbia 13 places
Explore these historic sites that offer insight into Canada’s medical history!
Gothic Architecture in Canada
Aurora, Ontario to Saint Andrews, Manitoba 5 places
Explore the beauty and detail of the Gothic architecture of these historic places!
Historic Homes in Ontario
Aurora, Ontario to Oshawa, Ontario 12 places
Inspired by the history of Hillary House, here are some more historic homes to visit!