The Prince George Oral History Group was made up of volunteers from the community who had a shared interest to preserve the history and memories of the people in our region.  It was our goal to promote the oral history process by training people to record the interviews, to provide help with the transcription of those interviews, and to train people in the practical, legal and ethical aspects of oral history.

We have disbanded as of June 2016.

Thank you to all the volunteers whether you were interviewers, transcribers or interviewees. This web site will continue until 2018 and transcripts are still available to the public at the Prince George Public Library, the College of New Caledonia, the Fraser Fort George Regional Museum, and the University of Northern British Columbia. Audio copies are also kept at the Northern BC Archives at UNBC. The Archives is planning to have transcripts available online sometime in the future.

If you have a group that would like to learn how to interview for oral histories, workshops can still be organized and scheduled  by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.