About AABC

History

The Archives Association of British Columbia (AABC) was established in 1990 through the amalgamation of the Association of British Columbia Archivists and the B.C. Archives Council.  The merging of these two organizations has allowed the AABC to speak on behalf of both archivists and archival institutions across the province.  As a member of the Canadian Council of Archives, the Association represents archival institutions in British Columbia at the national level.

Honourary Patron: The Honorable Janet Austin, OBC, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia  


Mission Statement

Our mission is to foster the development of the provincial archival community in order to better preserve and promote access to British Columbia's documentary heritage.


Objectives

The Archives Association of British Columbia is committed to the following goals in support of its mission

  • To provide services to increase the capacity of archives throughout the province to preserve and provide access to B.C.'s documentary heritage;
  • To build and maintain the provincial catalogue in support of the national catalogue and;
  • To provide the infrastructure to support networking opportunities for members.

Constitution and Bylaws (2019)

AABC Code of Conduct


Charitable Status

The AABC is a registered charity (Charitable Status Number: 86502-2529-RR0001). Tax receipts are issued for all donations of $20.00 or more. To support the work of the AABC in helping preserve and make accessible British Columbia's documentary heritage, donations can be made securely online here


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The Archives Association of British Columbia acknowledges that it carries out its work on the land of Indigenous nations throughout British Columbia. We are grateful for the continuing relationships with Indigenous people in B.C. that develop through our work together.  

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