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.
It's not hard to argue that Vancouver occupies a pretty enviable spot in the world.
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.
Victoria is the capital of the province of British Columbia, Canada located near the southern tip of Vancouver Island.
The Thompson-Okanagan is a region in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada.
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.
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.
North Vancouver is a mostly suburban area situated across the Burrard Inlet from downtown Vancouver.
Canyons and the Cariboo is a region in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada.
The Lower Mainland is in British Columbia, Canada. The official tourist information site calls the area "Vancouver, Coast and Mountains".
Northern British Columbia is a region covering most of the northern half of the province of British Columbia in Canada.
Whistler is near Vancouver in British Columbia. Boasting the largest ski area in North America, Whistler is a popular winter skiing and outdoor sports destination.
The North and Central Coast is in a region in the western part of British Columbia, Canada.
Golden is a small town in the Columbia-Rockies portion of the Kootenays in British Columbia.
Galiano Island lies to the northeast of Saltspring Island off the east coast of Vancouver Island.
Osoyoos, a town in the southern Okanagan valley of British Columbia, Canada.
Pemberton, and the wider Pemberton Valley, is a pretty area in the north of the Sea to Sky region of British Columbia, Canada.
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