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
Discovering history in Canada really is a moving target
Toronto, Ontario to Cape Dorset, Nunavut 3 places
It’s all waiting for us – along with the lessons each can teach.
Klondike Gold Rush History
Whitehorse, Yukon to Carcross, Yukon 8 places
Visit the places experienced by stampeders during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898!
Historic Parks of Montreal and Quebec
Price, Québec to Montréal, Québec 10 places
A tour of Historic Parks and Landscapes of the City of Montreal and Province of Quebec.
Montreal – A Celebration of History 1642-2020
Montréal, Québec 11 places
Celebrate over 375 years of History 1642-2020