Settlements similar to or like Duncan, British Columbia

Duncan (pop. Wikipedia

  • Lake Cowichan (Nitinaht: ʕaʔk̓ʷaq c̓uubaʕsaʔtx̣), (pop. Town located on the east end of Cowichan Lake and, by highway, is 27 km west of Duncan, British Columbia. Wikipedia

  • Cowichan Bay

    Bay and community located on the east coast of southern Vancouver Island near Duncan, in British Columbia. Near Cowichan Bay. Wikipedia

  • Paldi, British Columbia

    Former South Asian settlement and mill town near Duncan, on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. Significant as a town founded by Sikh Canadians, and its early exemplification of multiculturalism. Wikipedia

  • Zeballos, British Columbia

    Zeballos (pop. Village located on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. Wikipedia

  • Quamichan Lake

    Lake in the Cowichan Valley region of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, located three kilometres to the northeast of the City of Duncan. Quamichan Lake and its sister Somenos Lake were created 11,000 years ago by receding glaciers. Wikipedia

  • Duncan Dam

    Dam spanning the Duncan River in the Canadian province of British Columbia. The first dam built to satisfy the Columbia River Treaty, initiated after the 1948 flood along the lower Columbia, which proved fatal at Vanport City, Oregon and other locations. Wikipedia

  • Shalalth

    Shalalth, pop. One of the main communities of the Seton Lake Band of the St'at'imc Nation and location of the two main powerhouses of the Bridge River Power Project. Wikipedia

  • Cowichan Leader

    Canadian newspaper published weekly in Duncan, on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, for 110 years until it ceased publication in April 2015. The paper not only served Duncan, but also the neighbouring Cowichan Valley communities of Chemainus, Cobble Hill, Crofton, Ladysmith, Youbou, Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan, and Shawnigan Lake. Wikipedia

  • Located in Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, in Canada. It offers Grades 9 to 12. Wikipedia

  • Minto, New Brunswick

    Minto (2016 pop. Canadian village straddling the border of Sunbury County and Queens County, New Brunswick. Wikipedia

  • Community on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Danish settlers who arrived in 1895 named their settlement after Baron Ludvig Holberg, a distinguished Danish historian and dramatist. Wikipedia

  • Located adjacent to Duncan, British Columbia, Canada. List of airports on Vancouver Island Wikipedia

  • Community (pop. approx. 13,200 ) in the Township of Langley, British Columbia, Canada, located on the west side of that municipality to the south of the Nicomekl River. Wikipedia

  • 128 mi long river in the Canadian province of British Columbia. 2443 km2 in area. Wikipedia

  • Quamichan

    Traditional nation of the Coast Salish people, commonly referred to by the English adaptation of Qu'wutsun ("warm place") as the Cowichan Indians, or First Nations, of the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island, in the area near the city of Duncan, British Columbia. The Quamichan are now part of the Cowichan Tribes band government, along with several other Cowichan-area peoples. Wikipedia

  • Mountain on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, 4 kilometres east-northeast of Duncan in the municipality of North Cowichan. Situated between Quamichan Lake, Maple Bay and Cowichan Bay. Wikipedia

  • Walnut Grove, Langley

    Town centre (approx pop. 23,295 ) located within the Township of Langley, British Columbia. Wikipedia

  • Duncan station

    Stop on Via Rail's Dayliner service, which has been indefinitely suspended since 2011. Located on the Southern Railway of Vancouver Island mainline. Wikipedia

  • International ice hockey tournament held in Campbell River, Courtenay, Duncan, Nanaimo, Parksville, and Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada between December 29, 2008 and January 4, 2009. The venues used for the tournament included the Strathcona Gardens in Campbell River, the Comox Valley Sports Center in Courtenay, the Cowichan Valley Arena in Duncan, the Frank Crane Arena in Nanaimo, Oceanside Place in Parksville, and the Alberni Valley Multiplex in Port Alberni. Wikipedia

  • Canadian village in Gloucester County, New Brunswick. Lobster and scallop fishing, as well as forestry. Wikipedia

  • Held from January 17 to 22 at Duncan Curling Club in Duncan, British Columbia. The winning Marla Mallett team will represent British Columbia at the 2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in St. Catharines, Ontario. Wikipedia

  • BC Forest Discovery Centre

    The BC Forest Discovery Centre, located in Duncan, chronicles the history of logging in British Columbia, Canada. 100 acre site with 2.5 km of operational narrow gauge railway. Wikipedia

  • The Somena (or S’amuna’) are one of several Hulquminum-speaking indigenous peoples living in the Cowichan Valley-Duncan region of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The Somena were one of seven tribes or nations that were forced to amalgamate into one "band", named the Cowichan Tribes after their general location, the Cowichan Valley and Cowichan Bay. Wikipedia

  • Public high school in Duncan, British Columbia part of School District 79 Cowichan Valley, Opened in 1950. Merged with Cowichan Secondary on James Street. Wikipedia

  • CJSU-FM

    Canadian adult hits radio station that broadcasts a mix of 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s hits with some current hot adult contemporary singles at 89.7 FM in Duncan, British Columbia. Owned by Vista Broadcast Group and branded as 89.7 Juice FM. Wikipedia

  • Man-made reservoir lake in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada, formed by Duncan Dam and about 45 km in length. Fed by the Duncan River, which forms part of the boundary between the Selkirk Mountains to the west and the Purcell Mountains to the east. Wikipedia

  • Short main vehicle route in the Cowichan Valley Regional District on Vancouver Island, connecting the city of Duncan on the Trans-Canada Highway with the community of Lake Cowichan, on the shore of Cowichan Lake. Re-routed to a straighter and wider alignment in 1970. Wikipedia

  • World Cup freestyle skier. Currently a member of the Canadian National Ski Cross Team. Wikipedia

  • Cowichan Valley Regional Transit System

    Public bus service in Duncan and the Cowichan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Currently operated by Greyhound Canada. Wikipedia

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  • He was working as a "farm labourer and store clerk when he first met Constance MacLean at a dance in Duncan B.C., where she was visiting her uncle."Robert W. Service-Wikipedia
  • Parmar visited Inderjit Singh Reyat, an auto mechanic and electrician who lived in Duncan, British Columbia, a small community north of Victoria on Vancouver Island.Air India Flight 182-Wikipedia
  • Winters in Greater Vancouver are the fourth-mildest of Canadian cities after nearby Victoria, Nanaimo and Duncan, all on Vancouver Island.Vancouver-Wikipedia
  • During the off-season, he was employed in the service department of a dealership in Duncan, British Columbia.Greg Moore (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • Other settlements on Vancouver Island (such as Duncan) and the mainland are separated from Georgia Strait itself by islands and lesser straits but are often spoken of as being in the Strait of Georgia region.Strait of Georgia-Wikipedia
  • 2,974), is a town located on the east end of Cowichan Lake and, by highway, is 27 km west of Duncan, British Columbia.Lake Cowichan-Wikipedia

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