Northern British Columbia

Northern British Columbia is a region covering most of the northern half of the province of in . Northern British Columbia is a vast area, most of it undeveloped.

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, locally known as PG, is a major service centre in Northern , .

is a provincial park in the of .

Fort St. John is the second-largest settlement along the Alaska Highway.

is a town of about 3,400 people and stopping point along the Alaska Highway in British Columbia's .


is a small town in Northern , best known for being mile zero on the Alaska Highway.

With a population of 5,350 residents, the alpine town of is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding wilderness.

is in and is part of the .

is a village of about 500 people in the Robson Valley of .

is a village of about 600 people in the Robson Valley of , Canada.

is a village of 4,500 people on the Yellowhead Highway in .

is a park in the of British Columbia.

Hamber Park is in , . It is on the border; the nearest town is , Alberta.

Northern British Columbia

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