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    Cost of living in British Columbia

    As in Ontario, the cost of living in British Columbia is high. Vancouver is one of the most expensive cities in Canada, but also one of the most popular cities with an often praised high quality of life. Victoria, the provincial capital, and Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley are cheaper and very pleasant cities.

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    History of Prince Rupert, BC

    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 Rupert spans thousands of years. About 5,000 years ago, this area was occupied by the Tsimshian people and several other First Nations. Early inhabitants of the area relied heavily on fishing and farming, complimenting their diet by berries. 

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    History of Quesnel, BC

    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 inhabited by the Dakelh people, who occupied the area that stretched from Dean River in the west to the Bowron Lakes in the east. Quesnel was named in honor of Jules Maurice Quesnelle, a traveler and fur trader, who accompanied Simon Fraser during his exploration of the Fraser Fiver in early 19th century. 

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    History of Williams Lake, BC

    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, and spectacular nature, Williams Lake is an ideal pick for everyone who is looking for adventure and relaxation at the same time. 

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    Things to do in Prince George, BC

    Welcome to Prince George! The largest city in northern BC, Prince George will charm you from the very first minute of your visit. Prince George is both the center of culture in the area and the hub of outdoor activity. As you are getting ready for your first acquaintance with this charming city, check out these five things you can do in Prince George, regardless if you are traveling on your own or with family!