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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.
Haddington Island source for unique building stone.
Harrowing tale recorded in the diary of a pair of stricken trappers.
Brenda McCorquodale recounts visits by early European explorers to the North Island.
Brenda McCorquodale looks back to a pioneering North Island photographer.
The arrival of European traders brought many new diseases to the North Island, including measles and smallpox.
Brenda McCorquodale looks to the history of St. Michael’s Indian Residential School.
Brenda McCorquodale explains that the North Island has been no stranger to wild weather.
Brenda McCorquodale recalls other earthquakes and tsunamis that affected Vancouver Island.
A look back down the 'Colonization Road' by Brenda McCorquodale.
Brenda McCorquodale discusses the history of Grant Bay.
Local historian, Brenda McCorquodale, recounts the history of Triangle Island.
Winter Harbour is located on the northern portion of Quatsino Sound and is the western-most settlement on Vancouver Island.
Until the early 1900s, Hardy Bay existed as a small community on the east side of the Bay, opposite the current townsite.
The island is believed to have taken its name from a travelling theatre troupe that travelled through the area
Fort Rupert was established in Beaver Harbour on Northern Vancouver Island in 1847
Brenda McCorquodale writes about the history of the Nimpkish Valley