How Barkerville historic site is rethinking its portrayal of colonial figures during a time of reconciliation

Daybreak North

Actors at the Barkerville historic site portray many figures from B.C.'s gold rush era, including Judge Matthew Begbie, who oversaw a trial that resulted in the hanging of six Tsilhqot'in First Nation chiefs in the 1860s. With Begbie's legacy being reexamined, Barkerville's James Douglas speaks about how his team is changing the way it tells historic stories.

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