The Japanese of Silva Bay, Gabriola Island, BC

The Japanese of Silva Bay, Gabriola Island, BC

…continued from Home Page Gabriola locations among Heritage BC’s newly designated Japanese-Canadian historic sites. On April 01, 2017, BC Minister for Multiculturalism Teresa Wat announced a list of 56 historic sites with significance to Canadians of Japanese...
Gabriola Hippies

Gabriola Hippies

Free Spirits, Changing TimesGabriola Hippies in the 1970s Telling the story of Gabriola includes capturing accounts of the Coast Salish people, European explorers, and post-contact pioneers –  as well as recent inhabitants. Children of the post-war generation,...
Stories of Silva Bay

Stories of Silva Bay

Gabriola TidesStories of Silva Bay Exhibit and Film The Stories of Silva Bay are brought to life by a wonderful film crafted by Tobi Elliot (see article below).  The stories are given a tactile dimension with artifacts, and four poster panels. The poster panels...
BeachQuest

BeachQuest

BeachQuest Discovering Gabriola’s Marine Life Gabriola Museum’s mission in creating BeachQuest is to connect our enjoyment of our beaches with a sense of stewardship and responsibility for them. The more we learn about marine life, the more we respect how...