Virtual Exhibits

The Great Cut

Great Cut LogoView the NVMA archives' unique collection of photos depicting the early days of logging in our community. Timber transformed the landscape, drove the economy, and shaped the North Shore we know today.

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Mountain Light: Photos from the BCMC Collection

Mountain Light LogoClimb to British Columbia’s highest peaks and view stunning landscapes captured by some of the BC Mountaineering Club’s greatest photographers. From snapshots to hand-painted glass slides, Mountain Light displays a century of mountaineering artistry.

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Climbing to the Clouds. A People’s History of BC Mountaineering

Male and female climbers holding ice axes above their heads.Ramble through more than one hundred years of mountain adventure in southwest British Columbia. Soar above the mountains, tour the times, rummage through the climber’s kit, watch original videos, and hear remarkable stories of personal feats, historic events, and outdoor adventures.

English version | French version


Keys to History

Explore four thematic web tours:
A Riveted Community: North Vancouver’s Wartime Shipbuilding
Building a Vancouver Icon: The Lions Gate Bridge
Moodyville: Legend and Legacy
Wilderness on the Doorstep: Vancouver’s Mountain Playground


Moodyville: A Lost Community

Explore Moodyville, a lost community located on the shores of Burrard Inlet where North Vancouver now lies.


1920's women mountaineer, Phyllis Munday.


Related Articles:

November 2012 - North Shore Outlook - North Shore siblings climb in their grandfather’s footsteps.


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