Tuesday, 17 January 2017
Curse of the Frozen Gold made it to the final round for a Canadian Screen Award of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. Winners will be announced at CSA awards show evening on March 7th. The show is up against some big money shows… Fingers crossed! The History Channel must be pleased to be in the running with Netflix and CBC shows.
Best Factual Program or Series (in alphabetical order)
“Curse of the Frozen Gold” – History (Corus Entertainment)
“Keeping Canada Alive” – CBC (CBC)
“Real Detective” – Netflix (Netflix)
“Still Standing” – CBC (CBC)
“This Is High School” – CBC (CBC)
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Wednesday, 9 November 2016
"This is the river that literally sparked my career as a writer of provincial history. Ironically, thanks to an American television [Bill Burud's] program about a lost mine, the famous — infamous — Lost Creek Mine of the murdering, bluebeard Sumach It’s without doubt B.C.’s best-known legend of a lost mine with its attendant tales of a jinx and scores of prospectors gone missing in the snow and icebound reaches of the upper Pitt River."
That is what TW Paterson writes in a recent article in the Cowichan Valley Citizen. Click here to read the article.
For half a century T W Paterson's been writing about British Columbia history. Click here to find his writings on the Pitt Lake Gold legend.
Here is the link to T W Paterson's own Web site.
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Monday, 26 September 2016
Saturday, 16 July 2016
Click here to read Mike's Forbidden Treasure and here to read Daryl's Spindle Quest.
Posted by fb at 20:11
Members of the society and heir charming partners met recently at an undisclosed location to discuss progress in the search for the lost gold and to make plans for the next phase of our quest. Here a snapshot of some of the members. Click on the picture to enlarge.
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