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How-to: BC Archives Genealogy Search

How-to: BC Archives Genealogy Search

The BC Archives helps you explore the history of people, places and events in British Columbia. Whether you’re a seasoned genealogist, or researching your family history for the first time, we have the resources and staff to point you in… Continue Reading

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Borders of British Columbia

If British Columbia were a country it would rank 31st in size. It is bigger than France and Germany combined. Four times the size of Britain. Almost three times Japan. The US purchased the Louisiana territory from France. The Hudson… Continue Reading

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Zuo-Guang Ye, 2019 Royal Society of Canada Fellow

Zuo-Guang Ye, 2019 Royal Society of Canada Fellow

Human civilization is often defined by the invention of materials from Stone Age to Bronze Age to Iron Age. Arguably, we are living in a functional Materials Age. My research focuses on solid-state functional materials that show very interesting properties… Continue Reading

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Vancouver Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Vancouver Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Vancouver is British Columbia’s biggest city. It’s the gateway to the glaciers of Alaska, the wilderness of Western Canada and the slopes of Whistler, and it’s also one of the world’s most desirable places to live. Wherever you roam in… Continue Reading

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Chris Rainey #2 RB KR BC Lions 13Aug2017

Chris Rainey #2 RB   KR BC Lions 13Aug2017

>>Chris: AND SO IT IS A TWO-AND-OUT AND RAIN BACK, BARTEL SET FOR HIS FIRST OPPORTUNITY>>Glen: YES, IT IS A HUGE STAT FOR EVERY SINGLE TEAM IN EVERY GAME BUT YOU KNOW CERTAINLY THAT JENNINGS WILL>>Chris: THEY’VE ALREADY GOT 22… Continue Reading

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Happy Holidays from TransLink

Happy Holidays from TransLink

Traveling around the region this joyful holiday season, you’ve got places to be we’ll get you there safely By bus or by SkyTrain, SeaBus, West Coast Express In snow or on those rainy days We’ll always do our best Transit… Continue Reading