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  • 1British Columbia New Democratic Party — Active provincial party Leader Adrian Dix President …

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  • 2British Columbia Conservative Party — Active provincial party Leader John Martin Cummins President …

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  • 3British Columbia — Colombie Britannique (French) …

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  • 4British Honduras — British colony 1862–1981 …

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  • 5British Raj — British Empire in India redirects here. For other uses, see British India (disambiguation). India Indian Empire ← …

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  • 6British Columbia — British Columbian. a province in W Canada on the Pacific coast. 2,406,212; 366,255 sq. mi. (948,600 sq. km). Cap.: Victoria. * * * Province (pop., 2001: 3,907,738), western Canada. It is bounded by Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, Alberta …

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  • 7British Overseas Territories — British Overseas Territories …

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  • 8British Ceylon — British colony ← …

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  • 9British Columbia — Colombie Britannique Britisch Kolumbien Wappen Flagge (Details) …

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  • 10British Columbia general election, 2001 — 1996 ← May 16, 2001 → 2005 …

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  • 11BRITISH COLUMBIA — BRITISH COLUMBIA, province of Canada bordering the Pacific coast. Although much smaller than the Jewish communities of Ontario and Quebec, the Jewish presence in Canada s western most province, British Columbia (B.C.), has been part of the region …

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  • 12British Columbia Liberal Party — Infobox Canada Political Party party name = British Columbia Liberal Party status = active class = prov party wikicolourid = Liberal party leader = Gordon Campbell president = Mickey Patryluk foundation = 1903 dissolution = ideology =… …

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  • 13British Columbia Parliament Buildings — The British Columbia Parliament Buildings are located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and serve as the seat of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.The Speaker and the Sergeant At Arms are amongst those responsible for the… …

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  • 14British Columbia Social Credit Party — Infobox Canada Political Party party name = British Columbia Social Credit Party party wikicolourid = Conservative status = active class = prov party leader = (vacant) president = Carrol Woolsey foundation = 1935 dissolution = ideology =… …

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  • 15British Columbia general election, 1875 — This was the second election held after British Columbia became a province of Canada on July 20 1871. Many of the politicians in the House had served with the Legislative Council or Assembly or the Executive Council, or had otherwise been… …

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  • 16British Guiana — Infobox Former Country native name = conventional long name = British Guiana common name = Guiana continent = South America empire = United Kingdom status = Colony era = New Imperialism year start = 1814 year end = 1966 date start = August 13… …

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  • 17British Columbia Youth Parliament — The British Columbia Youth Parliament (BCYP) is a youth service organization that operates in the guise of a parliament in the Canadian province of British Columbia. The BCYP fulfills its motto of Youth Serving Youth by means of legislation… …

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  • 18British Columbia general election, 1960 — The British Columbia general election of 1960 was the 26th general election in the Province of British Columbia, Canada. It was held to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. The election was called on August 3 1960, and… …

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  • 19British Columbia general election, 1963 — The British Columbia general election of 1963 was the 27th general election in the Province of British Columbia, Canada. It was held to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. The election was called on August 22 1963, and… …

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  • 20British Virgin Islands Bar Association — The BVI Bar Association is a voluntary membership organisation that regulates the legal profession in the British Virgin Islands. It was founded in 1976, but residency requirements for members mean that not all members of the British Virgin… …

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