From the Wikipedia page [1]

The Sidney Museum and Archives is a non-profit community organization located in Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, which is dedicated to the history of Sidney and North Saanich. Run by the Society of Saanich Peninsula Museums, the museum promotes awareness of local heritage through exhibits, programs, and collections. Its permanent collection consists of over 6000 items. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum also has rotating temporary exhibits.

The Sidney Archives operates as a department of the Museum and offers research by appointment. Holding mainly textual documents and photographs, the Archives contains material specifically related to the history of Sidney and North Saanich. This includes holdings of “The Review,” the local newspaper, from between 1912–1989, an extensive photograph collection from the Sidney Experimental Farm, and Sidney Municipal records. The collection is focused mainly between 1910–1980, though the scope of the collection ranges from between 1850 to the present day. The Archives also contains a small library of published material, a collection of oral history transcriptions, and information about heritage properties in the area.

The website is [2].

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