|Your Official Invitation|
- Verigin, Peter Vasilevich, a National Historic Person (NHP)
- Migration of Doukhobors to British Columbia, a National Historic Event (NHE)
On August 28, 2008, the Doukhobor Dugout House, Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan, was designated a National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) but has not yet received a plaque.
To date Doukhobors have 5 listings in the Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Each shows a description, heritage value and character-defining elements which were evaluated to qualify for the committees' selections. See a map showing locations of the 5 Doukhobor desginations — 3 in British Columbia and 2 in Saskatchewan.
The 2 previous plaques are:
- Doukhobors at Veregin National Historic Site of Canada (NHS)Veregin, Saskatchewan (designated 27/11/2006). Plaque placed July 18, 2009.
- Doukhobor Suspension Bridge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Castlegar, British Columbia (designated 6/7/1995). Plaque placed April 27, 2008.
- Two Historical Plaques to be Unveiled at Local Museum , USCC Doukhobors News, Sept 20, 2012.
- Grand Re-Opening of the Brilliant Suspension Bridge, 5 min. video by Gary Voysey, Youtube.com, May 22, 2010.
- New Parks Canada Plaque Acknowledges National Significance of Doukhobors at Veregin, Saskatchewan, Doukhobor Genealogy Website, July 18, 2009
- Government of Canada Recognises the National Historic Significance of the Doukhobor Dugout House, Parks Canada, Dec. 1, 2008
- Government of Canada Recognises Historic Significance of the Doukhobor Suspension Bridge, Parks Canada, April 27, 2008 (on Doukhoobr Messsage Board)
- New Designations Recognise the National Historic Significance of Canadian People, Places and Events, Parks Canada, Nov. 30, 2006
- Doukhobor settlement designated heritage site, Blaine Lake caves housed 48 families, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, June 25, 2005 (on Doukhobor Message Board)
- Printed News about Doukhobors in Veregin, Sask. (2001-2007), Spirit-Wrestlers.com
HSMBC Plaque Unveiling — The dedication ceremony report posted by Larry Ewashen, former curator, Doukhobor Discovery Centre, shows the plaque texts, 3 news clippings and photos.