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Prince George is the largest city in northern British Columbia, Canada, with a population of 86,622 in the metropolitan area.
Prince Rupert is a port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Its location is on Kaien Island near the Alaskan panhandle.
Quesnel's metropolitan area has a population of 23,146 making it the largest urban center between Prince George and Kamloops.
Sechelt is a seaside community with approx. 35 kilometers of Pacific Ocean shoreline.
The Terrace community is the regional retail and service hub for the northwestern portion of British Columbia.
Williams Lake is the second largest city, by population of metropolitan area, in the Cariboo after neighbouring Quesnel.
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Located on the picturesque shores of British Columbia on a secluded Island, the city of Prince Rupert embodies the history of the Pacific Northwest. The history of Prince Rup…
Located in the Cariboo region in British Columbia, Quesnel is a mid-size city with a population of about twenty-three thousand people. Long before the 1862 Cariboo Gold Rush, Quesnel was in…
Situated amid lovely lakes and fertile fields, Williams Lake is the second largest city in the Cariboo region in British Columbia. Renowned for its annual stampede, sports facilities,…