The museum will highlight places of historic significance throughout the province, celebrating the heritage of Chinese Canadians in B.C. 
“During and post-First World War, women were often forgotten about in discussions about their trauma and their experiences of war. This made my paper more difficult to write, but also, and most importantly, that much more important to write about,” said Danielle Cossey-Sutton.
The St. Andrews Lodge Historical and Cultural Society is still waiting for a Qualicum Beach town council decision to formalize a lease agreement.
The city decided to have it demolished in 2019, but changed its decision in November 2020.
“British Columbia was especially malicious for going after potential enemy aliens. They were actually faster at rounding people up than the federal government,” said Borys Sydoruk, chair of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation.

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