|Todagin South Slope Provincial Park
|British Columbia, Canada
|35.57 km2 (13.73 sq mi)
|April 11, 2001
Todagin South Slope Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located on the west side of Todagin Creek to the east of Kinaskan Lake in the Stikine Country, to the south of the community of Dease Lake. Created in 2001, it contains c. 3557 ha.
Beaumont Provincial Park is a provincial park located at the southeast end of Fraser Lake, between Fort Fraser and the town of Fraser Lake, British Columbia, approximately 40 km west of Vanderhoof, British Columbia. The park contains the site of the original Fort Fraser.
Buse Lake Protected Area, informally known as Buse Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, 23 km ESE of Kamloops near Monte Creek. It was created in 2000 as part of the outcome of the Kamloops Landuse and Resource Management Plan (KLRMP) and is 228 hectares in size.
Tā Chʼilā Provincial Park, formerly Boya Lake Provincial Park, is a provincial park located in the Stikine Region of British Columbia, Canada. The park located 120 km north-by-northwest of the community of Dease Lake near BC Highway 37. Boya Lake is named for Charlie Boya, a First Nations man from the area.
Gold Muchalat Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located between the Gold and Muchalat Rivers.
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located at the south end of Kinaskan Lake along the Stewart-Cassiar Highway near Mowdade Lake and southeast of Mount Edziza. At the south end of the park, the Iskut River, of which the lake is an expansion, spills over 12.2-metre Cascade Falls. The park is approximately 800 ha. in size.
Nuchatlitz Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located no the northwest side of Nootka Island, facing Nuchatlitz Inlet, on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Established in 1996, the park contains approximately 2105 ha.
Shuswap Lake Marine Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, comprising 894 ha. The Park has a variety of amenities including boat launch ramps, picnic areas, and 27 campsites around the perimeter of Shuswap Lake. The lake's name and that of the surrounding Shuswap Country is from the Shuswap people (Secwepemc), the most northern of the Salishan speaking people.
Skookumchuck Rapids Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located on the Shuswap River just below the outlet of Mabel Lake. This park was established as a result of the Okanagan-Shuswap Land and Resource Management Plan.
Stuart River Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It is located in two sections north and northwest of Vanderhoofalong the Stuart River southeast of Stuart Lake and the city of Fort St. James. The upper section is located atand comprises c.7391 ha. while the lower, eastern section is centred at and comprises c.3390 ha. and is within the Greater Prince George area. The upper site, which is located around the confluence of the Stuart and Nechako Rivers, includes the site of Chinlac, a Dakelh village whose inhabitants were massacred and enslaved by the Tsilhqot'in of Anahim Lake c. 1745.
There are several lakes named Mud Lake within the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
The Interior Mountains or Northern Interior Mountains are the semi-official names for an expansive collection of mountain ranges that comprises much of the northern half of the Canadian province of British Columbia and a large area of southern Yukon.
The French submarine Rubis was a Saphir-class minelaying submarine which first served in the French submarine pavilion, then the Free French Naval Forces (FNFL) during the Second World War and back with the French Navy. The boat was awarded numerous awards. Accordingly, as a result of Rubis's service with the FNFL, the boat was made a companion of the Ordre de la Libération by a decree issued by General Charles de Gaulle on 14 October 1941.
ALSIB was the Soviet Union portion of the Alaska-Siberian air road receiving Lend-Lease aircraft from the Northwest Staging Route. Aircraft manufactured in the United States were flown over this route for World War II combat service on the Eastern Front.
The Selwyn Range is a mountain range in the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia. A subrange of the Park Ranges of the Continental Ranges, it is located west of Jasper National Park, east of Valemount and south of Mount Robson Provincial Park.
The Nazko First Nation is a First Nations government of the Dakelh people in the north-central Interior of British Columbia. Its reserves are located around the community of Nazko, British Columbia, which is 120 km west of Quesnel and southwest of Prince George.
The Firesteel River is the uppermost left tributary of the Finlay River in the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. The river originates at Tatlatui Lake, while the Finlay originates at the outlet of Thutade Lake, to the southeast, which is considered the ultimate source of the Mackenzie River.
The Tsay Keh Dene First Nation is one of the Sekani bands of the Northern Interior of British Columbia. Tsay Keh Dene means "People of the Mountain". While they have an office in the City of Prince George, their territories, settlements, and Indian Reserves are all to the north, in the area of Williston Lake.
Pawala Indian Reserve No. 5, a.k.a. Pawala 5, is an Indian reserve of the Tlowitsis Nation, at the head of Call Inlet, The reserve is 1.0 ha. in size.
Todagin Wildlife Management Area is a wildlife management area located southeast of Iskut in northwestern British Columbia. It was established by the British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development (FLNRORD) on 19 March 2001 to conserve and manage critical habitat for stone sheep. It is the largest wildlife management area in British Columbia at 122,787 ha.