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Outline of British Columbia

 

Outline of British Columbia

Location of British Columbia

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to British Columbia:

British Columbia – westernmost of Canada's provinces. It lies between the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the province of Alberta to the east. British Columbia was the sixth province to join the Canadian Confederation.

Contents

  • General reference 1
  • Geography of British Columbia 2
    • Environment of British Columbia 2.1
      • Natural geographic features of British Columbia 2.1.1
    • Regions of British Columbia 2.2
      • Biogeoclimatic zones, ecozones and ecoregions of British Columbia 2.2.1
      • Administrative divisions of British Columbia 2.2.2
        • Communities of British Columbia 2.2.2.1
    • Demographics of British Columbia 2.3
  • Government and politics of British Columbia 3
    • Federal representation 3.1
    • Provincial government of British Columbia 3.2
      • Executive branch 3.2.1
      • Legislative branch 3.2.2
      • Judicial branch 3.2.3
    • Law and order in British Columbia 3.3
      • Law enforcement in British Columbia 3.3.1
    • Military in British Columbia 3.4
  • History of British Columbia 4
    • History of British Columbia, by period 4.1
    • History of British Columbia, by region 4.2
    • History of British Columbia, by subject 4.3
  • Culture of British Columbia 5
    • Heritage sites in British Columbia 5.1
    • The Arts in British Columbia 5.2
    • Sports in British Columbia 5.3
  • Economy and infrastructure of British Columbia 6
  • Education in British Columbia 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

General reference

Geography of British Columbia

Topographical map of British Columbia

Environment of British Columbia

Parks in British Columbia

Natural geographic features of British Columbia

A view of Zeballos Harbour from the village of Zeballos, on the Pacific Coast of Vancouver Island
Howser Spire, highest mountain of The Bugaboos, a subrange of the Purcell Mountains, which is a subrange of the Columbia Mountains

Regions of British Columbia

Biogeoclimatic zones, ecozones and ecoregions of British Columbia

Administrative divisions of British Columbia

Communities of British Columbia

Demographics of British Columbia

Government and politics of British Columbia

Federal representation

Provincial government of British Columbia

Executive branch

Legislative branch

Judicial branch

Law and order in British Columbia

Law enforcement in British Columbia

Military in British Columbia

History of British Columbia

History of British Columbia, by period

History of British Columbia, by region

History of British Columbia, by subject

Culture of British Columbia

Heritage sites in British Columbia

The Arts in British Columbia

Sports in British Columbia

Economy and infrastructure of British Columbia

Education in British Columbia

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.pc.gc.ca/apps/beefp-fhbro/FHB_Rech_Search_e.asp Register of the Government of Canada Heritage Buildings.

External links

  • Tourism British Columbia official website
  • Provincial Archives including online photo database
  • Vancouver Public Library; Historical Photographs of BC & the Yukon
  • B.C. Multicultural Photographs from the Vancouver Public Library - searchable photo database
  • BC Govt online map archive
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