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Bamfield is a community that is surrounded by Crown land, Indian reserves, and portions of the Pacific Rim National Park, located on Barkley Sound, Vancouver Island in British Columbia....


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Bella Bella is an unincorporated community and First Nations reserve located on the west coast of Campbell Island in the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada....


Bella Coola is a community of approximately 600 at the western extremity of the Bella Coola Valley, British Columbia, Canada....


The Chilcotin is a place where streams and rivers score the land, slashing out amphitheatres filled with fantastic rock formations. Here Mt. Waddington rises 4016 meters. The jagged mountain peaks of the Chilcotin are covered in vast ice fields and wide alpine meadows, gradually softening into large valleys, gently rolling foothills, pine covered forests, lakes and rivers and the grasslands of the Chilcotin Plateau....


Blind Bay is located on the southern shore of Shuswap Lake with a full service marina, golf course and club, camping facilities, boating, fishing including ice fishing and fly fishing and excellent water sport opportunities....


Blue River is a small community in British Columbia, situated on British Columbia Highway 5 about halfway between Kamloops and Jasper, Alberta, located at the confluence of the Blue and North Thompson Rivers. It currently has 260 residents. The local economy is supported by logging, tourism and transportation industries....


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Bodden Town used to be the capital of Grand Cayman, until George town became the new capital. Bodden Town is about half way between George Town and East end. Again it is a small town. The pirate caves are here, these are said to be the hide out of the real pirates that used to pillage and plunder around the Caribbean seas. Now Bodden Town is a quieter place. The area between George Town and Bodden Town where you find a lot more of the local population residing....


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The small waterfront community of Bowser is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island overlooking Georgia Strait. Bowser is a favourite stop for clam and shellfish diggers. Bowser is part of Lighthouse Country, a stretch of Highway 19A that runs along the oceanside from Qualicum Beach to Fanny Bay across from Denman and Hornby Islands....


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Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, is the city immediately east of Vancouver. It is the third-largest city in British Columbia by population, surpassed only by nearby Surrey and Vancouver itself....


Burrard Inlet is a relatively shallow-sided coastal fjord in southwestern British Columbia, Canada....


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Gateway to southern Queensland's winter playground of the Sunshine Coast, Caloundra, just 96 kilometres north of Brisbane, is wealthy in both surf beaches and sheltered waterways tailored for fishing, boating, water-skiing and sail-boarding....


Campbell River is a city in British Columbia on the east coast of Vancouver Island at the south end of Discovery Passage, which lies along the important coastal Inside Passage shipping route. Campbell River claims a population (2006 census) of 29,572 and has long been touted as "the Salmon Capital of the World"....


Chase is a village located in the Interior of British Columbia, Canada....


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A coastal community rich in culture and history which began thousands of years ago with the Coastal Salish Native Community. More recently the area was settled by Europeans. The first recorded export of lumber from Chemainus was in 1863. The current sawmill is the fifth in the 165 year history of sawmilling in Chemainus. For more than a century, the life blood of the Chemainus Valley had been the forest industry....


Scenic Chilliwack, British Columbia offers fun-filled family attractions, world-class sports fishing, white water river rafting, beautiful lakes, hiking and biking trails that lead to awe-inspiring vistas, spectacular golf vacations for all skill levels, and great festivals. Chilliwack offers a cornucopia of opportunity for extreme sports and outdoor enthusiasts alike....


Clearwater is a district municipality in the North Thompson River valley in British Columbia, Canada, about 124 km north of Kamloops....


Clinton is a village in British Columbia, Canada, located approximately 40 km northwest of Cache Creek and 30 km south of 70 Mile House....


Cobble Hill is a small community on Vancouver Island, British Columbia (BC), Canada....


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The Comox Valley (which includes the main communities of Comox, Courtenay and Cumberland as well as Fanny Bay, Union Bay, Royston, Merville, Mt. Washington, Black Creek and Saratoga Beach, extends from Mud Bay in the south to Oyster River in the north. From Buckley Bay, at the south end of the Comox Valley, a short ferry ride will take you to Denman Island and beyond it to Hornby Island....


Coolum Beach is a must to visit with fantastic white beaches and incredibly blue waters. Despite being quiet and relaxed with a inviting village atmosphere Coolum has all the facilities of a resort town. From 5 star resorts to budget accommodation, up-market beach-side restaurants to cheap take-aways...Coolum has it all!...


A popular stopping point for tourists on the way to the west coast, the little village of Coombs is dotted with several heritage buildings, small gift and craft shops and antique stores. Coombs is also known for the family of goats nimbly grazing on the grass rooftop of the Coombs Old Country Market....


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The Courtenay Comox Valley has a range of outdoor activities to offer, including skiing, hiking, kayaking, swimming and golfing. If you prefer, you can also browse local shops and galleries, many of which display local crafts and art work....


Cowichan Bay is a bay and community located near Duncan, in British Columbia. The mouth of the Cowichan River is near Cowichan Bay. The bay is known for its fishing and scenic value. The area's main industries are fishing and tourism....


The Cowichan River is a moderately sized river in British Columbia, Canada. It originates in Cowichan Lake, flowing east towards its end at Cowichan Bay. Its drainage basin is 795 square kilometres (307 sq mi) in size....


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The popular recreational destination of Cultus Lake has something for everyone. This well-known resort boasts a blend of private and public facilities that help make a full-fledged vacation - or a quick getaway all it can be. Cultus Lake is ideal for swimming, sailing, or boating, with two boat rental companies and a marina operating at Cultus Lake....


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Deep Cove refers to the fjord and a neighbourhood in the easternmost part of the District of North Vancouver, in British Columbia, Canada....


Located adjacent to Richmond (where the international airport is), and Surrey, Delta is ideally located for tourism and commerce. When you stay in Delta, you will be within 40 minutes of the excitement of downtown Vancouver, 20 minutes of the airport, 20 minutes of the ferry terminals, and 30 minutes or less of the US border!...


Denham Island is an islet north of Sonora Island (British Columbia) in Cordero Channel, near the mouth of Bute Inlet in British Columbia, Canada....


Dent Island lies north of Campbell River, adjacent to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It is located in the heart of one of the most magnificent salmon fishing areas in the world - Stuart Island's Yuculta and Arran Rapids....


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Dodge Cove located on Digby Island, British Columbia, Canada was named in honour of George Dodge, a surveyor of Prince George Harbour, and this small community has off island access only via the harbour basin with a timber trestle approach....


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Duncan (pop. 4,986) is a city on southern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada....


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English Bay is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, west of the downtown peninsula, which separates the bay from Burrard Inlet connecting to the northwest, and False Creek to the southeast. English Bay Beach, near the city's West End residential neighbourhood, is the most popular sunbathing, swimming, and sunset-watching beach in the downtown Vancouver area....


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False Creek is a short inlet in the heart of Vancouver. It separates downtown from the rest of the city. It was named by George Henry Richards during his Hydrographic survey of 1856-63. Science World is located at its eastern end and the Burrard Street Bridge crosses its western end. False Creek is also spanned by the Granville Street and Cambie Street bridges....


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Few places on earth afford as many opportunities to experience the wonders of nature up close as the Canadian Rockies. Come see nature as you've never believed possible, and experience the outdoors in a way you will remember forever. There are over 500 km of hiking trails in the area. Many of these are the best to be found in the Rockies. Trails like the Iceline and Larch Valley offer everything from alpine meadows to close up views of imposing glaciers....


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Francois Lake is a lake located in British Columbia about 30 kilometers south of Burns Lake and 10 kilometers west of Fraser Lake....


Fraser Lake is a village in northern British Columbia, Canada. It is located between Burns Lake and Vanderhoof....


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Gibsons is a wonderfully relaxing trip to make from Vancouver or Whistler. Gibsons is a great place to explore. Gibsons is the perfect location from which to visit the rest of the Sunshine Coast. Explore the scenic parks, beaches, and trails of Gibsons. Kayak to Keats Island for a picnic, swim in the clean ocean water, hike the trails, catch a play at the new Heritage Hall, buy fresh seafood on the docks for your dinner, stargaze from the beach - Gibsons is full of friendly people and super natural surroundings....


Gold River is a village located close to the geographic centre of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. In terms of the Island's human geography it is considered to be part of the "North Island", even though it technically is on the Island's west coast....


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Hagensborg is a small community in the Bella Coola Valley in British Columbia, Canada. The valley was already the ancient home to the Nuxalk people when European explorers arrived....


Halfmoon Bay is located near Vancouver and provides a wonderful getaway. There are many activities year round, golf, fishing, biking, hiking. Great arts and cultural acitivities - including art galleries, antique stores. Great restaurants and shopping in Sechelt....


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Heriot Bay is the picturesque hub of the east side of Quadra Island, facing the dramatic views of the mainland coast. It is the port of departure for the regualr ferry service to Cortes Island....


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Horseshoe Bay is a West Vancouver community of about 1,000 permanent residents. Situated right on the western tip of West Vancouver, at the entrance to Howe Sound, the village marks the western end of Highway 1 on the British Columbia mainland....


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Indian Arm is a steep-sided glacial fjord adjacent to the city of Vancouver in southwestern British Columbia. Formed during the last Ice Age, it extends due north from Burrard Inlet, between the communities of Belcarra (to the east) and the District of North Vancouver (to the west), then on into mountainous wilderness....


Invermere is a community in eastern British Columbia, Canada, near the border of Alberta....


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Situated on the shores of 82-mile long Lake Okanagan, Kelowna is the largest community in the interior of British Columbia. Over 2,000 hours of sunshine and only 13 inches of precipitation annually allows for a wide range of outdoor activities including golfing, hiking, mountain biking, water sports, winery and agricultural tours and many cultural events. Spectacular mountain scenery, pristine lakes, and sandy beaches -- this is Kelowna....


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Kimberley is a small city in southeast British Columbia, Canada between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains....


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Klemtu is a small village on Swindle Island in the coastal fjords of British Columbia, Canada....


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Likely is a town in British Columbia, Canada. It is located in the Cariboo region of the province, and is situated where the west arm of Quesnel Lake empties into the Quesnel River. Roads from Likely lead southwest to Williams Lake, northwest to Quesnel, south to Horsefly, and north to Barkerville....


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Little Shuswap Lake is a small lake in the Thompson River basin of the southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, which sits at the transition between the Thompson Country to the west and the Shuswap Country to the east....


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Logan Lake is a district municipality in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada....


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Madeira Park is an unincorporated community of the Pender Harbour area on the Sunshine Coast of southwest British Columbia, Canada. It was named for pioneer Joe Gonsalves' fond childhood memories of Madeira Island....


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Maleny is a small scenic town 90 km north of Brisbane on the Blackall Range overlooking the Sunshine Coast hinterland in Queensland, Australia. Nearby towns include Landsborough, Montville and Peachester. Nearby places of geographical significance include the Glass House Mountains and Baroon Pocket Dam....


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Mission, the core of which was formerly known as Mission City, is a district municipality, in the province of British Columbia, Canada, is situated on the north bank of the Fraser River, overlooking the Fraser Valley....


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Nanaimo is home to some of the world's most beautiful natural scenery. Our very pleasant climate, considered to be the mildest in Canada, makes this a natural year-round playground. Enjoy some of the 2700 acres of parkland that Nanaimo has preserved. Piper's Lagoon Park off of Hammond Bay Road is a beautiful beach to view the Coast Mountain Range, Mount Baker in Washington State and the Strait of Georgia from....


Known for spectacular ocean views, a picturesque marina and a challenging golf course. It has a country atmosphere while being close to city amenities. It has many secluded beaches and the marina provides everything necessary for kayaking, sailing, and fishing....


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New Westminster is a historically important city in the Metro Vancouver region of British Columbia, Canada. It was founded as the second capital of the Colony of British Columbia (1858-1866)....


Nimpo Lake is the busiest fly-out centre in the interior of BC, for aerial sightseeing tours and fishing fly-in trips into the pristine and remote wilderness lakes and rivers of the Chilcotin. From here, adventurers can access isolated cabins set in magnificent scenery not matched elsewhere in British Columbia. No road access, no people - just great fishing, abundant wildlife, ancient forests and blissful solitude awaiting the visitor....


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Oak Bay Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia just a short drive from downtown Victoria in Beautiful British Columbia, you'll find a little piece of heaven we call Oak Bay, the oceanside community that some say is more English than England itself....


A short picturesque drive south from Penticton or north from Oliver will bring you to Okanagan Falls on the southern shore of beautiful Skaha Lake. A community of 2800 people, this rural village is comfortably surrounded by nature's forests, lakes and mountains -- and man's orchards, vineyards and ranches. From the scenic beaches to the impressive mountains, the natural beauty of the area's flora and fauna, hiking, camping, bird watching, skiing, boating and much more are all here for you to enjoy....


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Osoyoos is a town in the southern part of the Okanagan Valley near British Columbia's border with Washington state, and neighbouring the Indian Reserve of the Osoyoos Indian Band....


Nestled in the sunny Okanagan Valley, between Wood Lake to the south and Kalamalka Lake to the north, the community of Oyama is known for its serenity, sunshine, beautiful clean lakes, and warm hospitality. The warm, dry climate of the Okanagan Valley provides great recreational opportunities, including fishing, hiking, sailing, swimming, paddling and all water-borne activities....


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Bordered by ocean and sheltered by mountains, Parksville boasts one of the finest climates in Canada and is favoured as one of the most popular summer family vacations destinations of Vancouver Island and British Columbia....


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Surrounded by orchards, vineyards and towering Ponderosa pines, Peachland is a serene and picturesque community located on the shore of Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley. Besides lake monsters, Peachland is known for its fruit and wines of the Chateau Ste-Claire and Hainle Vineyard Estate Wineries....


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Pender Harbour is a large, multi-inleted bay on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast, on the east side of Malaspina Strait....


Pender Island is located in the Gulf of Georgia, just north of the American San Juan Islands, and in between Vancouver on the mainland and Sidney and Victoria on Vancouver Island....


Penticton is a city in the Okanagan Valley of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada between Okanagan Lake and Skaha Lake. It is the sister city of Ikeda, Hokkaido, Japan....


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Port Alberni is a city located in the province of British Columbia in Canada. It is the seat of the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District. The city has a total population of 17,743, and the census agglomeration area a total of 25,396....


The District of Port Edward is a town of approximately 577, located on the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada....


Port Hardy is a district municipality in British Columbia, Canada located on the north-eastern coast of Vancouver Island. It is the gateway to Cape Scott Provincial Park on the northernmost tip of Vancouver Island. Highway 19, which stretches from one end of Vancouver Island to the other, ends in Port Hardy, right near Rotary Park. This explains the town's motto, found on a sign entering town, that reads, "where the highway ends and the adventure begins." Port Hardy's twin city is Numata, Japan....


Welcome to Port McNeill on beautiful Northern Vancouver Island. Port McNeill provides access to all the exciting outdoor adventures for which the Pacific Northwest is famous. Enjoy the splendid surrounding in an atmosphere of friendly hospitality. Explore the Broughton Archipelago Marine park, cruise to Robson Bight to view Orcas in their natural habitat, take a fishing charter and catch a big one, or kayak the coastline. Visit Port McNeill to take advantage of all the activities that our community has to offer....


Port Moody is a small, crescent-shaped city in Metro Vancouver, located at the east end of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, Canada....


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Prince Rupert is a port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is the land, air, and water transportation hub of British Columbia's North Coast, and home to some 12,815 people (Statistics Canada, 2006)....


Qualicum Beach has beautiful sandy beaches that overlook the Strait of Georgia. It is a great spot to relax while taking in the magnificent view. The Village and the Historic Railway Station are a short walk away.Qualicum Beach is often compared to the town of Carmel, California....


The largest and most populated of the Discovery Islands, Quadra Island is nestled between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia. Quathiaski Cover or Q-Cove as locals refer it to is the bustling commercial hub and point of arrival for the regular BC Ferries service between Campbell River on Vancouver Island and Quadra Island....


Quesnel is a small city that is part of the Cariboo District of British Columbia, Canada....


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Read Island is an island in British Columbia, Canada. It is part of the Discovery Islands between Vancouver Island and the mainland, between the Strait of Georgia and Johnstone Strait....


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Richmond is a coastal city, incorporated in the Canadian province of British Columbia....


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The District of Saanich is a municipality on Vancouver Island in British Columbia....


Salmon Arm is a city in the interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia that has a population of 16,205 (2006). It is on the shores of Shuswap Lake, where the Salmon River empties into the Salmon Arm reach of the Lake. It is a tourist town in the summer, with many beaches, as well as camping facilities and house boat rentals....


Saltspring is an internationally favored travel and vacation destination, known for its arts, crafts, fine dining, cultural events and festivals, historic sites, unique flora and fauna, outdoor adventures and activities, all in a spectacular natural setting....


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Sayward is a village located on in the Sayward Valley on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada....


The town of Sechelt is located on a very narrow isthmus that forms a bridge between the waters of Georgia Strait and the Sechelt Inlet, also called the Inland Sea. Famous as the home of the progressive Sechelt Indian Band and the Annual Festival of the Written Arts, Sechelt is the geographical centre of the Lower Sunshine Coast....


The Selkirk Mountains are a mountain range spanning the northern portion of the Idaho Panhandle, eastern Washington, and southeastern British Columbia. They begin at Mica Peak near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and extend approximately 320 km north (200 miles) from the border....


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Shawnigan Lake is a lake on southern Vancouver Island, located to the west of Saanich Inlet and to the south of the Cowichan Valley region. It is the location of the village of Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia. Its aboriginal name in the Hunquminum language is Shaanii'us....


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Sicamous, British Columbia is a town in British Columbia located adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway at the Highway 97A junction of Mara Lake and the Shuswap Lake system....


Sidney is a town located at the northern end of the Saanich Peninsula, on Vancouver Island in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is one of the 13 Greater Victoria municipalities. It has a population of approximately 11,300. Sidney is located just east of Victoria International Airport, and a few kilometers south of BC Ferries' Swartz Bay terminal. The town is also the only Canadian port-of-call in the Washington State Ferry system, with ferries running from Sidney to Anacortes, Washington....


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The community of Sooke is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, in Super, Natural British Columbia, Canada. Sooke is named for the T'Sou-ke Indian Band, the early inhabitants of the area. The name T'Sou-ke was given to a species of stickleback fish that, at one time, was quite numerous in Sooke Basin....


Sorrento is an unincorporated settlement located on the south shore of Shuswap Lake in the Southern Interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia....


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Situated at the head of Howe Sound and surrounded by mountains, Squamish is cradled in natural beauty as only a West Coast community can be. Growing in fame as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada, visitors will discover the abundance of attractions, activities and opportunities to explore in the community of Squamish....


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Sullivan Bay is located on North Broughton Island in the Broughton Archipelago of British Columbia, Canada....


Sun Peaks Resort is an alpine ski resort located 50 km (driving distance) northeast of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada....


Surrey is a city in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is a member municipality of Metro Vancouver....


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Telegraph Cove is tucked away on the eastern coast of Northern Vancouver Island. In 1912, Telegraph Cove was a one-room station, the northern terminus of a telegraph line that began in Campbell River and stretched from tree to tree along Vancouver Island's east coast. These days, the tiny town is a major destination during the summer months, when the snug little bay bustles with boaters, anglers, campers, kayakers and whale-watchers....


Terrace is a city on the Skeena River in British Columbia, Canada. The Kitselas people, a tribe of the Tsimshian Nation, have lived in the Terrace area for thousands of years. The community is the regional retail and service hub for the northwestern portion of British Columbia. The administrative offices of the Kitimat-Stikine Regional District are also located in Terrace....


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Tofino is the starting point for your west coast adventure. Whale watching and the long sandy beaches have drawn guests from around the world to Tofino and our great restaurants and art galleries will keep you here. Our location in the heart of Clayoquot Sound assures you a front row seat to all there is to see....


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Tulameen is a small recreational community in British Columbia, Canada, about 20 kilometres northwest of the town of Princeton on the Crowsnest Highway (Hwy 3), and about 185 kilometres east from the city of Vancouver, British Columbia....


A village that offers both a sheltered inner harbour and a magnificent vistas of the open Pacific Ocean from the Wild Pacific Trail. From the sheltered inner harbour, watch the bustle of the fishing and charter vessels, spot the ever present bald eagles as they soar overhead, and keep an eye out for the sealions, harbour seals and river otters. The Unique view of the rocky shoreline from the open Pacific Wild Pacific Trail offers a spectacular view and breathtaking winter storm watching. Fun!...


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Valemount is a village of 1018 people in east central British Columbia, Canada....


Vancouver City is bordered on the north by Burrard Inlet, which is the City's main harbour. English Bay, a large body of water that is popular with sailboarders and sailboaters alike, also serves as a freighter's 'parking lot' as they wait for berths in the harbour. The Bay marks the western edge of the City's downtown core and the northern edge of the City's west side and Point Grey area....


Vernon is a city in the south-central region of British Columbia, Canada. Named after Forbes George Vernon, a former MLA of British Columbia who helped found the famed Coldstream Ranch, the City of Vernon was incorporated on December 30, 1892....


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Victoria, British Columbia is always in season! Victoria has the mildest climate in Canada, and is a place so green all year that flowers fall out of the sky and even the lamp posts bloom. It is no wonder that it is called The Garden City! The wild beauty of the Pacific coast and the adventure of the great outdoors are within the city limits and ocean and mountain vistas will follow you wherever you go....


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West Vancouver is one of Canada's most beautiful and most affluent communities. Located just five minutes from downtown Vancouver, at the base of the North Shore mountains, the municipality boasts magnificent views of the ocean, the beach, Stanley Park, the Lions Gate Bridge and the city. With close to 45,000 residents, this family oriented community has lots to offer. From skiing at the top of Cypress Mountain, to cruise ships sailing to Alaska along the shores of Ambleside beach...


Bordered by mountains to the west and Okanagan Lake to the east, Westbank welcomes visitors with a host of attractions, including wineries, golfing, and impressive art and antique shops. Quieter and smaller than Kelowna across the lake, Westbank is a popular spot for those who seek a more relaxing experience on Okanagan Lake: boating, sailing, canoeing, houseboating, windsurfing and swimming, and in winter, downhill and cross-country skiing....


Whistler, British Columbia has been rated the NUMBER ONE SKI RESORT in North America for 8 consecutive years. The 2 GREATEST VERTICAL-RISE ski mountains in North America - Blackcomb rises 1 vertical mile (5280 feet/1604 meters), and Whistler rises to 5020 feet/1529 meters....


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With a population of 18,250, White Rock is located in the southwest corner of the Lower Mainland, forty-five kilometres from Vancouver and only five minutes to the Canada/US border. We are an exciting seaside community clustered around an eight kilometre sandy beach and the warm shallow waters of Semiahmoo Bay....


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Windermere is a community and designated place located south of Invermere on Windermere Lake in the Regional District of East Kootenay....


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Yaletown is an area of Downtown Vancouver approximately bordered by False Creek, Robson, and Homer Streets. Formerly a heavy industrial area dominated by warehouses and rail yards, since the 1986 World's Fair, it has been transformed into one of the most densely populated neighbourhoods in the city. The marinas, parks, high rise apartment blocks, and converted heritage buildings constitute one of the most significant urban regeneration projects in North America....


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