The “British Columbia and Canada through Arriving Eyes” research project identifies key materials describing German immigrants’ experiences of British Columbia and Western Canada (including Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba). The website includes an extensive bibliography of primary & secondary resources about German-speaking immigrants in Western Canada and their experiences, perspectives, impressions and perceptions since their arrival in Canada. Under the category “Immigrant Stories”, the website provides oral history interviews, pictures, diaries & documents of German-Canadians, which are also accessible through UBC’s cIRcle. This is the first project focusing specifically on German speaking immigrants and their relationship to Western Canada. The website functions as a public exhibit and resource platform for researchers, students and the public.