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Topic: Central Saanich, British Columbia

  Central Saanich, British Columbia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The District is bounded on the north by the District of North Saanich
, on the east by Haro Strait and on the west by the Saanich Inlet.
Central Saanich was incorporated as a Municipality on December 12, 1950.
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 Saanich, British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The District of Saanich is a municipality on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Saanich is fairly large in area and contains a wide variety of rural and urban landscapes and neighbourhoods stretching north to the Saanich Peninsula.
The residents of Saanich are served by the Saanich News, a free circulation newspaper.
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 Victoria, British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Spanish and British took up the exploration of the northwest coast of North America beginning with the voyage of Captain Cook in 1776, although the Victoria area of the Strait of Juan de Fuca was not penetrated until 1791.
With the discovery of gold on the British Columbia mainland in 1858, Victoria became the port, supply base, and outfitting centre for miners on their way to the Fraser Canyon gold fields, mushrooming from a population of 300 to over 5000 literally within a few days.
North of the city on the Saanich Peninsula are the Butchart Gardens, one of the biggest tourist attractions on the island, as well as the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria Butterfly Gardens and Centre of the Universe planetarium[4].
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 British Columbia - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The southern border of British Columbia was established by the 1846 Oregon Treaty.
Politically, British Columbia has tended to swing between right and left, with little middle ground between the two main parties, whose hardcore support each is estimated at 15-20%, with the middle fracturing variously towards either side because of any alternative.
From 1818 to 1846, British Columbia south of 54°40' and west of the Rocky Mountains was part of the Oregon Country.
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 British Columbia, BC - Canada Real Estate Directory
British Columbia is Canada's westernmost province and is one of North America's most mountainous regions.
British Columbia is Canada’s third largest province in area and population, behind Québec and Ontario.
British Columbia is Canada's gateway to the Asia-Pacific and is economically and geographically part of the northwest region of North America.
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 Central Saanich, British Columbia, Canada
Central Saanich is bounded on the north by the District of North Saanich, on the South by the District of Saanich, on the east by Haro Strait and on the west by the Saanich Inlet.
To the north of Central Saanich is North Saanich.
To the south of Central Saanich is Saanich, the largest municipality in Greater Victoria.
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 Saanich, British Columbia, Canada
Saanich is one of the oldest agricultural settlements in British Columbia, and an area rich in local history still evident in many of the old buildings and structures.
The farms and dairy herds of Saanich soon became a vital source of food for Victoria's expanding population and by the turn of the century the district was renowned for its cultivation of fruit and flowers.
North of Saanich on the Saanich Peninsula is Central Saanich, a bountiful countryside where rural and urban lifestyles blend well together.
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 Greater Victoria Communities and Civic Governments, Victoria BC
Central Saanich enjoys the benefits of being located close to the city of Victoria while at the same time the area maintains a low crime rate and a high quality of life that is expected here in this rural community.
The farms and dairy herds of Saanich soon became a vital source of food for Victoria's expanding population and by the turn-of-the-century the district was renowned for the cultivation of many varieties of fruit and flowers.
Saanich is a major residential area in the Capital Regional District and maintains an important agricultural base on Vancouver Island.
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 BC Parks - Elk / Beaver Lake Regional Park, Victoria, British Columbia
The Songhees and the Saanich used the area for hunting, fishing and collecting plants.
In the 1850s the Saanich Peninsula was purchased from the Coast Saanich people for 386 wool blankets.
Centrally located on the beautiful Saanich Peninsula, only 15 minutes from the BC Ferries Swartz Bay terminal, and downtown Victoria.
www.britishcolumbia.com /ParksAndTrails/Parks/details/?ID=429   (661 words)

 Saanich - Victoria Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada, Travel Tourism Accommodations.
The Saanich BC fields and pastures are filled with cows and horses surrounding waterfront country homes instead of heritage houses, stores and commercial neighbourhoods more typically found within some of Victoria's other eclectic neighborhoods.
Saanich BC residential neighborhoods are green with wooden fences and strong country scents.
Saanich Road West is one of the nicest country drives around in Victoria taking you out along the winding roads of the Saanich Peninsula past those Saanich Farmers' Markets and many marked driveways leading to hidden hide-a-ways we mentioned earlier.
www.victoriabc.ca /saanich   (387 words)

 Brown and Bryce Family History - pafg05 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
William Wilson Bryce was born on 6 Jul 1887 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
He was buried in Victoria, British Columbia at the Royal Oak Burial Park.
John Hunter Bryce was born on 3 Jan 1889 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
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 Canadian Genealogy and History Links - British Columbia
British Columbia Archival Union List A database of fonds and collection level descriptions of records held at 156 publicly-accessible archival repositories in the province.
1881 and 1891 Census of Vancouver Island Searchable database for the 1881and 1891 census of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands of British Columbia.
Electoral History of British Columbia 1871-1986 An historical overview of electoral activities in the Province of British Columbia during the 115 year period from 1871 to 1986.
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 British Columbia Drug Rehab , Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers Referrals for Treatments and Rehabilitation Centers ...
The fact that British Columbia is on the west coast.
British Columbia Detox Centers referrals for all the province.
British Columbia Drug Rehab Long Term referrals for all over the province.
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 Victoria British Columbia Canada - Saanich Peninsula HotelS & MotelS
The Saanich Peninsula is a stretch of land that extends north of Victoria about 17 miles to the Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal where BC Ferries travel to the Gulf Islands and to Vancouver British Columbia.
The number one attraction in Victoria British Columbia, Butchart Gardens is in the centre of the Saanich Peninsula.
The main agricultural area of the southern island is on the Saanich Peninsula.
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 TransCanadaHighway.com Victoria, British Columbia Parks, North to Saanich
This park has one of the best beaches in Saanich, with superb sand dunes, and great views of the islands in Haro Strait, with Washington’s Mt Baker in the background.
This park has the highest peak in the Saanich Peninsula, at 450 metres, which can be a challenging hike.
This park, on the western coast of the Saanich Peninsula is mostly wooded parkland, including some 30 metre tall Douglas firs.
www.transcanadahighway.com /britishcolumbia/Victoria-Parks-Saanich.htm   (532 words)

 Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Oceanside Gateway to the Gulf Islands.
Sidney and North Saanich, near Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia (B.C.), Canada.
Tucked away against the western edge of mainland British Columbia and the north shore of Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula, Vancouver Island stretches 520 km (280mi) in length.
Mixed with the hustle of the provincial capital, Victoria, British Columbia, and the natural charm of busy fishing, mining and logging towns.
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 British Columbia Road Map Travel Guide: #17 VANCOUVER ISLAND - Swartz Bay. North Saanich to city of Victoria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The highway terminus is from the British Columbia Ferry Terminal to downtown Victoria's waterfront
The southern Gulf Islands are located in one of Canada’s most heavily developed and urbanized natural regions—the Strait of Georgia Lowlands of British Columbia.
One of the most significant achievements of the Pacific Marine Heritage Legacy initiative of the governments of Canada and British Columbia, the new national park reserve will offer a variety of opportunities for Canadians to learn about and experience an exceptional coastal island landscape and the cultures of the people who live there.
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 Welcome to Sidney, British Columbia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Saanich Peninsula is commonly referred to as the most beautiful natural place in the world.
Brentwood Bay is on the protected and secluded waters of the Saanich Inlet, making it an ideal anchorage for all types of vessels and a wonderful place to reside.
The Saanich Inlet is famous for the size of salmon caught by the local sport fisherman and the marina was once well known for the small boats called the "Brentwood Specials" they rented out.
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 Saanich British Columbia Real Estate
Saanich is a 1-1/2 hour ferry ride to Vancouver, BC, on the Mainland.
Victoria Airport is in North Saanich, 20 minutes from downtown Victoria; Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal is in North Saanich, 25 minutes from downtown Victoria; Seattle Ferry docks in the Inner Harbour, downtown Victoria.
In addition to featuring 15 distinct residential areas, Saanich includes the University of Victoria, 170 municipal parks and three regional parks giving Saanich more parks per capita than any other municipality in British Columbia.
www.relocate-canada.com /bc/saanich.htm   (339 words)

 RCMP - British Columbia Aboriginal Policing: Community Profile > Sidney/North Saanich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Sidney/North Saanich Detachment area is within the Capital Regional District, and is situated at the northern end of the Saanich Peninsula on Vancouver Island.
The detachment area consists of multiple political jurisdictions including the Municipalities of Sidney and North Saanich, four First Nations Reserves, provincial and federal parks, the community of Willis Point and an extensive marine area of approximately fifty nearby islands and fifty-five kilometres of shared international border with the United States.
The Sidney/North Saanich Detachment has twenty-seven members, of this compliment there is one dedicated First Nations Community Policing position and three provincial positions.
www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca /bc/crops/aps/profiles/island/sindey_e.htm   (210 words)

 John Dean Provincial Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
This park on the Saanich Peninsula north of Victoria contains handsome stands of old growth cedar, hemlock, Gary oak and Douglas fir; these characterize the majestic atmosphere of Lauwelnew (Mount Newton).
This 455-acre park encompasses the summit of Mount Newton, the centre of the Saanich Peninsula.
Today this amazing park measures 455.81 acres, encompassing the summit of Mount Newton / Lauwelnew: The high area between North and Central Saanich, British Columbia.
www.johndeanpark.com   (255 words)

 Shaw Pet Hospitals: Vet care for dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, amphibians, rabbits, ferrets, sugar gliders, guinea pigs, ...
Plus, our centralized record-keeping means your animal's record is instantly available at any of our locations.
Equine services are available at Central Saanich Animal Hospital and through our mobile practice.
Central Saanich Animal Hospital is located on Stelly's Crossroad at Wallace Drive, just east of Stellys High School and the Saanichton Fair.
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 Greater Victoria Communities:
They are Victoria, Colwood, Esquimalt, Highlands, Langford, Metchosin, Oak Bay, Saanich, Central Saanich, North Saanich, Sidney, and View Royal.
This city is known around the world as the City of Gardens.
Colwood is a family oriented sustainable community and it is one of the fastest growing communities in British Columbia
www.vancouverislandbedbreakfast.com /islandcommunities/greatervictoriacommunities.htm   (1248 words)

 Vancouver Island Golf Courses- Golfing Tours, Packages and Courses
Most of them are on southern and central Vancouver Island, however some of the best are also located on the North-end of Vancouver Island.
Glen Meadows is a true country club, family owned and operated, situated near Victoria on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and offers golf, curling, tennis, as well as an excellent clubhouse with two lounges and both indoor and outdoor seating.
It is one of the most scenic golf courses in British Columbia.
tourismmall.victoria.bc.ca /vancouver-island-golf.htm   (5629 words)

 The Musclow Family - Person Page 7
She married Raymond James Lang in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, on 26 August 1922.
Florence died on 17 August 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at age 79.
Henry died on 10 January 1958 in Gabriola Island, British Columbia, Canada, at age 87.
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 Central Saanich 2 Bedroom Suite FOR RENT LEASE in Victoria Capital British Columbia @ Adpost.com Classifieds > Canada > ...
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Located in Central Saanich on a beautiful rural ½ acre.
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