Genevieve Weber


I am an archivist focusing on First Nations records and liaison, and outreach activities in the BC Archives. I first became interested in archives when I was working in records management in the UK. In my studies I focused on aboriginal archival and records management practices, and upon completion of my degree I moved to the Nass Valley to work with the Nisga’a nation.

I have since worked with the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nations, MOA (the Museum of Anthropology at UBC), and for the Government Records Service (the branch of the BC government responsible for records management). I am thrilled to be at the Royal BC Museum and Archives where I get the chance to meet and work with people from all over the province.


Master of archival studies (M.A.S.), First Nations concentration, 2008

BA, history, 2003

Areas of Interest

First Nations records

Indigenous archival methodology

Community liaison


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Latest Articles

International Archives Day

June 11, 2018 9:08 am

Saturday was International Archives Day. This year’s theme is Governance, Memory, and Heritage. It’s a broad subject, but it really covers the essence […]

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