Our heritage museum is located at the Fructova Heritage Site in rural Grand Forks. The Boundary Museum Society was established in 1958, and incorporated in 1980. From its inception, we have striven to preserve and promote the history of the Boundary area in an engaging, accessible manner that adds value to the local community. We currently operate a number of exhibits and sites throughout the Boundary region, including our main museum site at the Fructova Heritage Site, the Heritage Flour Mill, an outdoor exhibit in Gyro Park in downtown Grand Forks and a visual photo collection along with showcased artifacts at the Christina Lake Welcome Centre.
From its inception, we have striven to preserve and promote the history of the Boundary area in an engaging, accessible manner that adds value to the local community.
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Our museum has a responsibility in its community to preserve history in a way that respects all citizens of the past and the present. The protests around the world have pushed us to champion the importance of solidarity in the face of injustice. Activists have challenged everyone to look at their bias and the Boundary Museum is making a commitment to update our exhibits and spaces to better reflect and respect the histories of marginalized Canadians. The museum will strive to ensure we are a bastion of truth and a beacon of hope, always looking for ways to improve our methods and our ethics to help the cause of the underrepresented and disenfranchised.