Rachel McRory

Government Records Archivist

Rachel joined the BC Archives in 2019. As a Government Records Archivist, she is responsible for arranging and describing government records to make them accessible to the public.

Rachel holds a BA in anthropology and environmental studies from the University of Victoria as well as a Masters of Archival Studies and a Masters of Library Information Studies degree from the University of British Columbia. Rachel has experience working in university and community archives and has previously worked as a historical researcher.


MAS/MLIS, University of British Columbia, First Nations Curriculum Concentration

BA, University of Victoria

Areas of Interest

Arrangement & description

Land records

Indigenous records

Court records

Latest Articles

What’s new in old records?

January 31, 2022 2:13 pm

Every year the Government Records team at the BC Archives processes over 2,000 boxes of records created by the provincial government. Most of […]

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Recording the War in the Woods

July 21, 2021 9:53 am

As a government records archivist, I process a lot of records related to land or resource use, and specifically forestry records. Since the […]

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