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British Columbia 

British Columbia is the westernmost province in Canada. Like much of the rest of Canada, it is a large place. British Columbia is about four times the size of Great Britain with less than one tenth of the population.
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It's not hard to argue that Vancouver occupies a pretty enviable spot in the world.
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Victoria is the capital of the province of British Columbia, Canada located near the southern tip of Vancouver Island.
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Penticton is a beautiful spot in the south Okanagan nestled between two lakes: The 155km long Okanagan Lake to the north, and the smaller Skaha Lake to the south.
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The Lower Mainland is in British Columbia, Canada. The official tourist information site calls the area "Vancouver, Coast and Mountains".
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Vancouver Island is part of British Columbia, Canada. As well as the island itself, it is also a region which includes the Gulf Islands in the Strait of Georgia.
Thompson-Okanagan
The Thompson-Okanagan is a region in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada.
Kootenays
Kootenays is a large region in British Columbia, Canada. This area begins at the Alberta Border and extends west to the Monashee range of the Columbia Mountains.
Canyons & the Cariboo
Canyons and the Cariboo is a region in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada.
Northern British Columbia
Northern British Columbia is a region covering most of the northern half of the province of British Columbia in Canada.
North & Central Coast
The North and Central Coast is in a region in the western part of British Columbia, Canada.
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