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Area code 604 is the telephone area code in British Columbia, Canada, encompassing the Lower Mainland region around Vancouver. Formerly the area code for the whole province, in 1997 the region was split — as the province's major metropolitan area, Vancouver maintained 604 while the rest of the province was moved to the new area code 250. ...more on Wikipedia about "Area code 604/778"
B.C. Pavilion Corporation is a Crown Corporation/Agency of the Province of British Columbia. Operates BC Place Stadium, The Vancouver Convention & Exhibition Centre and the Bridge Film Studios. ...more on Wikipedia about "B.C. Pavilion Corporation"
Bait Car Program is a police trap in and around Surrey, British Columbia. Surrey, referred to by some as the "car theft capital of North America," has subsequently seen a large drop in the number of car thefts associated with the program. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bait Car Program"
BC Bud is a generic term for several varieties of potent cannabis grown in the Canadian province ...more on Wikipedia about "BC Bud"
BC Hydro is a public utility that is the major provider of electricity in British Columbia, Canada. It is regulated by the British Columbia Utilities Commission. ...more on Wikipedia about "BC Hydro"
Bill Barlee is a Canadian politician who was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia as a New Democrat in 1988. He served as Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food from 1991 until 1993 and then as Minister of Small Business, Tourism and Culture from 1993 until 1996. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Barlee"
British Columbia, or simply B.C. or BC ( French: Colombie-Britannique, C.-B.), is the westernmost of Canada's provinces. It was the sixth province to join Confederation (in 1871). As of 2005, the population estimate is 4,220,000 (British Columbians). ...more on Wikipedia about "British Columbia"
The British Columbia Film Classification Office, part of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General in the Canadian province of British Columbia under the Motion Picture Act of BC uses the following motion picture rating system (based on the Canadian Home Video Rating System) for theatrical releases : ...more on Wikipedia about "British Columbia Film Classification Office"
The British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation, or BCRIC (promounced "brick") was a holding company formed under the government of William R. Bennett. The company took over ownership of various sawmills and mines that had been bought and bailed out by the government. ...more on Wikipedia about "British Columbia Resources Investment Corporation"
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Chase is a small town located in the interior of British Columbia, Canada. It has a population of roughly 2,500, and its main industries are forestry and tourism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chase, British Columbia, Canada"
The coat of arms of British Columbia, known officially as The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of the Province of British Columbia, was begun in its current form when the shield and motto in the achievement were granted on March 31, 1906 by King Edward VII. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coat of Arms of British Columbia"
Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, located on Little Saanich Mountain, in Saanich, British Columbia, was completed in 1918 by the Canadian Government. Proposed and designed by John S. Plaskett in 1910 with the support of the International Union for Cooperation in Solar Research, when the 72" aperture telescope was constructed, it was very briefly the largest telescope in the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dominion Astrophysical Observatory"
Fernie Alpine Resort is an Alpine ski resort, located near the town of Fernie, British Columbia, Canada. It is known particularly for its high annual snowfall, reportedly the highest of any resort in the Canadian Rockies, and for its powder skiing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fernie Alpine Resort"
The Flag of British Columbia is a banner of the provincial arms. The rendition of the Union Flag, defaced in its centre by a crown, represents the province's origins as a British colony. The wavy white and blue lines symbolize the Pacific Ocean, and the setting sun represents the fact that British Columbia is Canada's westernmost province. ...more on Wikipedia about "Flag of British Columbia"
Franco-Columbians or Franco-Colombiens are French speaking Canadians living in the Pacific province of British Columbia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Franco-Columbian"
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Howe Sound is a fjord situated immediately northwest of Vancouver, Canada, fronting on one of the city's suburbs, West Vancouver. The sound is triangular shaped, open on its southeast towards the Strait of Georgia. There are several islands in the sound but three which are large and mountainous in their own right. The steep-sided mainland shores funnel the breezes as the daily thermals build the wind to 20 knots plus at the northern end of the sound on a typical summer day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howe Sound"
The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, or ICBC, is a provincial Crown corporation created in 1973. ICBC is responsible for administering automobile insurance policies and overseeing automobile and driver licensing in the province, including issuing licence plates to all automobiles registered in the province. ICBC also engages in the promotion of safe driving practices through its RoadSense programs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Insurance Corporation of British Columbia"
The Lillooet Cattle Trail, also known as the Lillooet-Burrard Cattle Trail, was an unusual public works undertaking by the Province of British Columbia in the 1887, and was the largest public works expenditure of that province in the 19th Century. Faced with burgeoning stock populations and a lack of access to the huge market supplying meat to construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway just east, largely because of a lack of bridge crossings of the Fraser River, the ranchers of the Lillooet area lobbied the provincial government to finance a trail to the coast via the Pemberton and Squamish areas to the north shore of Burrard Inlet (i.e. what is now Vancouver harbour), at the mouth of the Seymour River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lillooet Cattle Trail"
This is a list of British Columbia-related topics. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of British Columbia-related topics"
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