Outline of British Columbia


Outline of British Columbia
Location of British Columbia

The Province of British Columbia is the 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.

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

General reference

Geography of British Columbia

Topographical map of British Columbia.
Main article: Geography of British Columbia

Environment of British Columbia

Parks in British Columbia.

Natural geographic features of British Columbia

A view of Zeballos Harbor 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.
Main article: Landforms of British Columbia and Physiogeographic regions of British Columbia
  • Coast of British Columbia
  • Fjords of British Columbia
  • Glaciers of British Columbia
  • Islands of British Columbia
  • Lakes of British Columbia
  • Mountains of British Columbia
    • Volcanoes of British Columbia
    • Mountain ranges of British Columbia
      • Plateaus of British Columbia
    • Mountain passes of British Columbia
    • Peaks on the British Columbia – Alberta border
    • Boundary Peaks of the Alaska – British Columbia/Yukon border
  • Rivers of British Columbia
    • Waterfalls of British Columbia
    • Canyons and gorges of British Columbia
  • Valleys of British Columbia (see also Regions)
  • Hot springs of British Columbia
  • World Heritage Sites in British Columbia

Regions of British Columbia

Main article: Regions of British Columbia

Biogeoclimatic zones, ecozones and ecoregions of British Columbia

Administrative divisions of British Columbia

Main article: Administrative divisions of British Columbia
  • Forest Regions and Districts of British Columbia
  • Ministry of Environment Regions of British Columbia
    • BC Parks regions
  • Ministry of Tourism regions
  • Mining districts of British Columbia
  • Health regions of British Columbia
  • Land districts of British Columbia (cadastral survey system)
  • Counties of British Columbia (court system)
  • School districts in British Columbia
  • Assessment areas in British Columbia (property tax)
  • Development Regions in British Columbia
  • College Regions in British Columbia
  • Land and Resource Management Planning Areas of British Columbia
Settlements of British Columbia
A view of Vancouver from Arbutus Ridge.

Demographics of British Columbia

Main article: Demographics of British Columbia

Government and politics of British Columbia

Main articles: Monarchy in British Columbia, The Crown in Right of British Columbia, and Politics of British Columbia

Federal representation

Provincial government of British Columbia

Executive branch

Legislative branch

Judicial branch

Law and order in British Columbia

  • Capital punishment in British Columbia: none.
    • British Columbia, as with all of Canada, does not have capital punishment.
    • Canada eliminated the death penalty for murder on July 14, 1976.
  • Constitution of British Columbia
  • Criminal justice system of British Columbia
  • Same-sex marriage in British Columbia

Law enforcement in British Columbia

Main article: Law enforcement agencies in British Columbia

Military in British Columbia

History of British Columbia

Main article: 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

The Arts in British Columbia

Sports in British Columbia

Economy and infrastructure of British Columbia

Education in British Columbia

Infrastructure of 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

Wikimedia Atlas of British Columbia


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