3 edition of Potential riches of British Columbia found in the catalog.
Potential riches of British Columbia
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and named the new potential route, White Pass, for the Canadian Minister of the Interior, Sir Thomas White. Moore had a acre homestead claim in Skagway. The British Columbia Yukon Railway Company and the British Yukon Railway Company were.
raries across British Columbia received copies of This Is British Columbia and British Columbia: Challenge in Abundance-two illustrated tributes, courtesy of the BC gov ernment, to the riches of the province where there was 'Splendour Never Ending/ Within their pages lay the philosophical explanation for the next.
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as suggested Lake Louise might be a better choice but it all depends on what you want to do in the area. Hope is not a good stop; better to spend the extra day in Summerland so you can do an extra day trip. The book's introduction asserts that despite the extent of poverty and poor housing on reserves, Aboriginal people 'are potentially wealthy landlords' (p.
3) and that First Nations' reserves provide potential riches through development of their 'arable land [ ] commercial timber and valuable deposits of oil, natural gas and minerals' (p.
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