The British Columbia History Internet/Web Site


The British Columbia History Web Site Prize Winners

The British Columbia History Web Site Prize ($250.00) is co-sponsored by the British Columbia Historical Federation and David Mattison

NOTE: For Web Site Prize Winners from 2004 onwards, go to David Mattison's British Columbia History Portal (hosted by the BC Community Networks Association) OR the British Columbia Historical Federation.

May 10, 2003: Prince George

By acclamation and fully deserving of the prize, Catherine Jones' design for the Samson V Maritime Museum, owned by the City of New Westminster and operated by the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society of British Columbia, is the winner of the fourth BC History Web Site Prize. An educational and well designed site, congratulations and four toots of the the Samson V steam whistle for your win Catherine and the mighty Samson V!

May 11, 2002: Revelstoke

From several nominations there emerged one clear winner, a colourful, educational look back at British Columbia License Plates: A History (also known as BCpl8s.ca at http://www.bcpl8s.ca) by Christopher Garrish. If you think you've seen one BC license plate and have seen them all, look again at this Web site. Congratulations Christopher on a well-deserved win!

May 5, 1995-2003: Richmond

Out of the many worthy nominations, the British Columbia History Web Site was awarded to the 54th Kootenay Battalion, CEF, 1915-1919 (http://members.tripod.com/apollon_2/) maintained by Patricia A. Rogers. Congratulations on your accomplishment!

May 6, 2000 (Inaugural): Port Alberni

Congratulations to the Prince George Oral History Group on their achievement and win! (http://www.pgohg.dyndns.org/)

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