1- Over 45,000 people die in British Columbia each year from cigarettes, so it is crucial that we find a way to reduce smoking in our province.
2- While travelling in British Columbia, we had the opportunity to view grizzly bears in the wild.
3- British Columbia is now famous for cultivating high quality marijuana.
4- In 1999, Canada's first Indo-Canadian Premier, Ujjal Dosanjh, took power in British Columbia.
5- premiseThe Royal British Columbia Museum features beautiful exhibits of native Indian artwork.
6- The Premier called the environmental organization Greenpeace an enemy of the province for their actions in calling for a boycott of British Columbia wood products.
7- Poor weather conditions are making it difficult for rescuers to reach a sinking ship off the coast of British Columbia.
8- A lot of the electricity generated in British Columbia comes from hydro-electric dams.
9- British Columbia's giant underwater seaweed forests comprise ecosystems which are more diverse than rainforests.
10- The ocean waters off British Columbia are rich in nutrients, and provide crucial feeding grounds for humpback whales, orcas, dolphins and sea lions.
11- Killer whales are large, distinctively marked black and white dolphins, which can often be sighted off the coast of British Columbia.
12- He indulged his love of nature on a six-day kayaking excursion off the coast of British Columbia.
13- I'm not sure, but I think the first European to chart the west coast of what is now known as British Columbia was the explorer Captain Cook.
14- British Columbia's sea otter population is increasing at a rate of almost 20% per year.
15- Environmental activist Vicky Husband is on a mission to save the forests of British Columbia.
16- Car crashes are the number one killer of young people in British Columbia.
17- British Columbia sends raw logs overseas, where they are turned into fine furniture, and sold back to us.
18- Many British Columbia wines offer excellent quality at very little expense.
19- British Columbia's giant underwater seaweed forests comprise ecosystems which are more diverse than rainforests.
20- The government of British Columbia funds a broad range of medical services.
21- Differences in ocean temperatures for summer and winter off the coast of British Columbia are minimal, perhaps 2 or 3 degrees only.
22- There is a species of black bear in British Columbia which sometimes produces young cubs which are white in color.
23- A 1998 aerial survey showed that there are presently more than 127,000 seals living in British Columbia's waters.
24- The native people of the coast of British Columbia wove beautiful cedar baskets.
25- About 500 non-smokers die from lung cancer in British Columbia each year due to exposure to second-hand smoke.
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