Family Stories Live On Through Our Museums – an Article by Todd Wong
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Family Stories Live On Through Our Museums – an Article by Todd Wong

The following article was written by Todd Wong for the “Times Colonist” on October 25th. The article was originaly published at the link here: http://www.timescolonist.com/family-stories-live-on-through-our-museums-1.2372544 Family stories live on through our museums  TODD WONG / FOR TIMES COLONIST OCTOBER 25, 2016 12:01 AM Conservator Lisa Bengston puts the finishing touches on the seats of a 1903 … Continue reading

Prime Minister Announces Significant Support for Refugees and Migrants
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Prime Minister Announces Significant Support for Refugees and Migrants

September 19, 2016, following a UN meeting, the Rt. Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, announced “significant support” for refugees and migrants around the world. “Millions of people around the world are fleeing their homes because of conflict and persecution,” Trudeau said. “The international community must come together to address their immediate needs and … Continue reading

PCHC Inaugural Symposium
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PCHC Inaugural Symposium

The PCHC Inaugural Symposium on September 27, 2013, brought together diverse cultural groups and representatives from universities, libraries and museums for consultation and collaboration in realizing the vision of the Pacific Canada Heritage Centre — Museum of Migration Society.  The dream of having a Museum of Migration on the West Coast has been enthusiastically embraced. … Continue reading

National Centre Needed to Celebrate Pacific Immigrants
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National Centre Needed to Celebrate Pacific Immigrants

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2011 National Centre Needed to Celebrate Pacific Immigrants by Ingrid Parent and Henry Yu, Vancouver Sun February 26, 2011 The federal government recently announced the designation of Pier 21 in Halifax as Canada’s National Immigration Museum. We applaud this recognition of the importance of immigrants to the development of Canadian society. However, we … Continue reading