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The Ruins of British Columbia

Submitted by Tyee Staff, 17 Aug 2018

From an old lighthouse to an abandoned factory reclaimed by the forest, short documentary series “Relics: A Story of Forgotten Places” takes viewers to sites across B.C. that are rich with history, but are now forgotten.

You can check out episode three on Greenwood, a small mining town that was an internment centre for Japanese Canadians during World War II, above, courtesy of Telus STORYHIVE.

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