Brenda McCorquodale

Cape Scott site of early warning radar base

Columnist Brenda McCorquodale on the history of Cape Scott

Who is Robert Scott

The history of Robert Scott as told by Brenda McCorquodale

Telegraph Cove from station to mecca

A historical look at Telegraph Cove, a scenic local area

Western Whaling Company

History buff Brenda McCorquodale on this region's whaling stations

Exploring the Uncharted Area

A historical look back into the area by local history enthusiast Brenda McCorquodale

Sointula – A place of harmony

Malcolm Island has been utilized as a seasonal harvesting location by the Kwakwaka’wakw

Early homesteaders stake claims in mining

QUATSINO—Old Sport copper mine results from early settlers' struggles to turn rainforest into agriculture centre

Allison Harbour fades to time

Our history columnist notes little remains of once-thriving port community

‘Old Ned’ Frigon brought colour to inlet

Edward (Ned) Frigon a colourful character around Quatsino Sound.

Ba’as: original home of the ‘Nakwaxda’xw

History columnist Brenda McCorquodale looks at the village of Ba'as.

Esperanza – a place of Hope on the North Island

History columnist Brenda McCorquodale looks at the community of Esperanza.

Halliday leaves mark, cows

William May Halliday left his impact on the North Island.

HBC ‘point blankets’ on the North Island

Brenda McCorquodale discusses the iconic Hudson’s Bay Company point blankets.

Englewood enjoyed a rich and varied history

History columnist Brenda McCorquodale looks back at the Wood & English sawmill.

Remote park was once a glacial refuge

History columnist Brenda McCorquodale shares the story of Brooks Peninsula.

Nahwitti name survives in many guises

History columnist Brenda McCorquodale shares the background of the Nahwitti.

Port Alice has a history of landslides

Due to its steep slopes and heavy rainfall, the area around Port Alice has been subjected to a number of mud and rock slides.

Immigrant a pioneer

Brenda McCorquodale recounts stories of Chinese Canadians who left their legacy on the North Island.

From the World’s Fair to the North Island

Brenda McCorquodale describes the link between the 1893 Chicago World's Fair and the Kwakiutl.

The story of the Storeys

Brenda McCorquodale shares information on Storey’s Beach’s first residents, George and Frances Storey.