Saanich Inlet

SAANICH INLET  () is a deep FJORD, 25 km long, at the southeast corner of VANCOUVER ISLAND north of VICTORIA. It separates the SAANICH PENINSULA from the main body of the Island. Originally occupied by Coast Salish (see SALISHAN FIRST NATIONS), the inlet now attracts recreational boaters and an increasing number of residents who appreciate its rural setting just a few kilometres from the capital city. Like all fjords, this one has an inlet...

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