In partnership with the Nanaimo Museum, we are pleased to launch
COVID-19: NANAIMO STORIES
To learn more about the project and to submit your story, click here.
Because every story matters......
NOTICE OF CLOSURE
Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, we have decided to close the Archives indefinitely. We will assess the situation on a daily basis and will keep you informed. Thank you for your patience during these very unpredictable times.
Established in 1991, the Nanaimo Community Archives is dedicated to preserving the region’s archival heritage. We acquire, preserve and provide public access to the historical records of Nanaimo.
Our holdings include thousands of one-of-a-kind maps, architectural drawings and photographs. The NCA is the official repository of the archival records of the City of Nanaimo, Nanaimo District Museum and the Nanaimo Historical Society. Our holdings also include service club, community organization, fraternal club, family and a wide range of other community records. These records document ordinary and extraordinary people and events that allow us to establish a sense of community, of family, and of particular times and places. They are, in essence, the actual evidence of how we have lived.
In addition to providing research assistance and staff guidance in our reading room, we offer the following:
By saving the community’s records, we ensure that Nanaimo's rich and unique history will be available to future generations. Be part of preserving your heritage: contact us about donating records, becoming a member or a volunteer, or for more general information.