Prince George

PRINCE GEORGE lies at the confluence of the NECHAKO and FRASER rivers near the geographical centre of the province, 780 km north of VANCOUVER. For many years it was BC's third-largest population centre after Vancouver and VICTORIA, but it has been surpassed in size by other centres. Prince George lies in the traditional territory of the Lheit-Lit'en people, a subgroup of the DAKELH (Carrier), whose main RESERVE is located northeast...

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