Local Vancouver Architectural & Heritage Links
We are a few local historians and other interested people in the Grandview community of Vancouver working to identify, preserve, and celebrate the built, natural, and cultural heritage of Grandview and Commercial Drive.
Everything you need to know about heritage policy in Vancouver.
Advises City Council with heritage related matters.
Responsible for acquiring, organizing and preserving Vancouver’s historical records.
A large collection of Vancouver images, searchable online.
The Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia is a place for everyone – the Museum’s exhibits will guide visitors through the history of British Columbia’s Jewish communities, and draw insights into the development of the Province of British Columbia in the process.
Promoting the restoration and preservation of heritage and character buildings in North and West Vancouver.
Roedde House is a restored late (1893) Victorian home, in the heart of Vancouver’s “West End”.
An independent, professional self-regulatory body established in 1920 by provincial statute – the Architects Act.
Created as a charitable organization in 1992. Since 1998 the Foundation has been governed by a private citizen Board comprised of 15 voting Directors and 3 non-voting members, who are appointed by Mayor & Council.
Experience life as it might have been in Burnaby of the 1920s.
British Columbia Architectural & Heritage Links
The provincial government’s site with information on heritage attractions around BC and links to the BC Government’s Heritage Branch.
A comprehensive listing of everything on BC history.
Victoria’s heritage advocacy group.
The umbrella group for heritage organizations in the province with information on events and programs.
A comprehensive site compiled by the New Westminster Public Library.
Online heritage register and more.
Comprehensive site and resources.