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  1. Goat River (Central Kootenay)

    The Goat River is an convert 85 km mi adj on long river in the Provinces and territories of Canada Canadian province of British Columbia . Course The Goat River rises in the central Purcell Mountains just south of Mallaindane Pass and flows largely south until bending southwest towards Creston, British Columbia Creston . Its lower reaches are the route of the Kettle Valley Railway southern mainline of the Canadian Pacific Railway and the British Columbia provincial highway 3 Crowsnest Highway . ref BCGNIS 2892 Goat River ref River modificaions The Goat River Dam was built in 1924. Today it is again producing power. ref name balance cite web title The Rivers Stories publisher Balance of Power date 2007 url http virtualmuseum.ca Exhibitions Hydro en stories rivers.php accessdate September 3, 2008 ref See also List of British Columbia rivers References Reflist coord 49 5 N 116 34 W display title Category Rivers of British Columbia Category Tributaries of the Columbia River Category East Kootenay BritishColumbiaInterior geo stub ...   more details



  1. Kootenay

    post near present day Invermere, British Columbia , Kootenay River or Kootenai River in the United ...Kootenay predominant spelling in Canada , Kootenai predominant spelling in the United States , is alternately spelled Kootanae or Kutenai . The name comes from the name of the Ktunaxa Kootenai Kutenai , a Native American First Nations people in British Columbia , Idaho and Montana , and their Kutenai language , also known as Ktunaxan or Kitunahan . It may refer to In Canada, it is primarily used to refer to the Kootenays region comprising southeastern British Columbia, it sometimes is referred to in the singular form the Kootenay . It includes the East Kootenay and West Kootenay which are separate regions from each other. Ktunaxa Kinbasket Tribal Council , the tribal council for Kutenai and Kinbasket peoples, including those in the United States. There is also a Kootenay Kinbasket Treaty Council ... States, whose basin roughly defines the area known as the Kootenays Kootenay Lake , on the Kootenay River in British Columbia Lake Koocanusa a blend of Kootenay Canada USA , a reservoir on the Kootena y i River that crosses the Canada&ndash U.S. border HMCS Kootenay HMCS Kootenay a warship in the Royal Canadian Navy . Kootenay National Park , British Columbia national park, source of the Kootenay River Kootenai, Idaho , a city Kootenai County, Idaho Kootenai National Forest in western Montana ... of Idaho with the six western most counties of Montana. Regional District of East Kootenay , British Columbia Regional District of Central Kootenay , British Columbia Regional District of Kootenay Boundary , British Columbia Kootenay electoral districts disambiguation , several electoral districts in British ... Times a newspaper in Bonners Ferry, Idaho Bonners Ferry , Idaho The Kootenay Ice , a junior ice hockey team based in Cranbrook, British Columbia A piece of climbing equipment Kootenay Energy, Inc. , a Calgary based oil and gas company disambig fr Kootenay homonymie ru ...   more details



  1. Kootenay?Columbia

    Infobox Canada electoral district province British Columbia image Kootenay Columbia.png caption Kootenay Columbia in relation to other British Columbia federal electoral districts fed status active fed district number 59012 fed created 1996 fed abolished fed election first 1997 fed election last 2006 fed rep David Wilks fed rep link fed rep party Conservative fed rep party link Conservative Party of Canada demo pop ref ref 2011fed Stastistics Canada 2012 ref demo area ref ref 2011fed Stastistics Canada 2012 ref demo electors ref demo census date Canada 2011 Census 2011 demo pop 88026 demo electors 63932 demo electors date 2011 demo area 62881.53 demo cd demo csd Cranbrook, British Columbia Cranbrook , Revelstoke, British Columbia Revelstoke , Kimberley, British Columbia Kimberley , East Kootenay C, British Columbia East Kootenay C , Creston, British Columbia Creston , Central Kootenay B, British Columbia Central Kootenay B , Fernie, British Columbia Fernie , Golden, British Columbia Golden , Sparwood, British Columbia Sparwood , Columbia Shuswap A, British Columbia Columbia Shuswap A Kootenay Columbia is a federal electoral district Canada electoral district in British Columbia , Canada , that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1997. Geography Consisting of the Regional District of East Kootenay those parts of the Regional District of Central Kootenay comprising the village of Nakusp, British Columbia Nakusp the Town of Creston, British Columbia Creston ... limit of Subdivision H of the Regional District of Central Kootenay thence generally northeasterly along said production and said creek to the Duncan River thence northerly along said river to Hamill ... A and B. History This district was created in 1996 from parts of Kootenay East and Kootenay West Revelstoke Riding division ridings . It was amended in 2003 to include a small part of Kootenay ... Columbia fr Kootenay Columbia ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Pass

    Infobox mountain pass name Kootenay Pass photo photo caption elevation m 1775 elevation ref traversed location British Columbia range Selkirk Mountains , CAN coordinates coord 49 3 29 N 117 2 31 W type pass region CA display inline,title topo File Kootenai Pass.jpg thumb 295px View in mts 10 m. N. of Kootenai Pass, George Mercer Dawson George Dawson 1862 1863 Kootenay Pass , known locally as the Salmo Creston is a mountain pass in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia , Canada . It is utilized by the Crowsnest Highway to transverse the Selkirks, connecting the communities of Salmo, British Columbia Salmo and Creston, British Columbia Creston . At its opening the highway route was also dubbed the Kootenay Skyway but it never caught on, apparently A webcam http images.drivebc.ca bchighwaycam pub html www 5.html operates from Fall through Spring that shows the current conditions of the pass. The Kootenay Pass is one of the highest highway served passes in Canada that is open year round, although it is frequently closed in bad weather for avalanche control and clearing of debris. Most avalanche control at Kootenay Pass is done by a http tas.groupemnd.com en gazex gazex.html Gazex system that allows avalanche technicians to trigger avalanches remotely from the comfort of their office at the summit, visible from the summit webcam. This Gasex system has allowed for the removal of large artillery stations that were used to fire ballistic shells into start zones. On occasion, artillery ... expense and danger. When Kootenay Pass is closed, travelers coming from the east must drive north from Creston to the Kootenay Lake Ferry at Kootenay Bay, then from Balfour through Nelson to Castlegar to get back on Highway 3A. When the Pass is closed, ferry waits are often long. The Kootenay Lake Ferry s first sailing is from Balfour at 6 30 am and the last is at 10 20 PM from Kootenay Bay. The Kootenay Lake Ferry Schedule is available http www.th.gov.bc.ca marine kootenay ferry.htm here . Bow ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Loop

    TOCright Kootenay Loop is a major public transit exchange in Vancouver , British Columbia . It services routes going to East Vancouver , Downtown Vancouver , Burnaby , North Vancouver, British Columbia district municipality North Vancouver and the Tri Cities British Columbia Tri Cities . It is also the eastern most major exchange in the city of Vancouver. Structure and location Image Kootenay Loop.JPG thumb 350px left Recently refurbished Kootenay Loop featuring attractive lampposts Kootenay Loop is located on East Hastings Street, at the intersection with Kootenay Street. It is less than 100 metres from Vancouver s border with the city of Burnaby. It is just a few minutes away from the Pacific National Exhibition grounds and the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing Second Narrows Bridge to North Vancouver. It is several minutes west of the Burnaby Transit Depot, which houses the public transit buses for Burnaby and is the base of operations for the 99 B Line . The exchange can handle regular length diesel buses, articulated bus es and electric trolley buses. Part of the exchange is on Hastings Street itself, with the other part where the trolley buses go separated from regular traffic. It is also one of the power stations for the trolleys. clr It used to be for the Street Car trolley turnaround as there were no electric cars into Burnaby after 1949. There was a small cafe in the centre until the mid 1950s. Routes class wikitable width 50 Route width 160 Destinations width 400 Notes 14 UBC Loop UBC Evening trips do not operate to from Kootenay Loop. 27 Joyce Collingwood Station Joyce Station 28 Joyce Collingwood Station Joyce Station hr Phibbs Exchange br Capilano University Operates to Capilano University during weekday peak hours. 123 New Westminster Station 130 ... No service to from Phibbs Exchange in late evenings. Trip operates to from Hastings or Kootenay ... Kootenay Loop map PDF file coord 49.281362 N 123.026252 W display title TransLink Services Category ...   more details



  1. Kootenay East

    For the current provincial electoral district named Kootenay East , previously named Kootenay and East Kootenay Kootenay East provincial electoral district Kootenay East also known as Kootenay East Revelstoke was a federal electoral district Canada electoral district in British Columbia , Canada , that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1917 to 1968 and from 1979 to 1997. This Riding division riding was created as Kootenay East in 1914 from parts of Kootenay electoral district Kootenay riding. It was abolished in 1966 when it was redistributed into Kootenay West and Okanagan Kootenay ridings. It initially consisted of the provincial electoral districts of Cranbrook, Fernie and Columbia. Its boundaries were adjusted in 1924, 1933, and 1947. It was recreated in 1976 as Kootenay East from parts of Kootenay West and Okanagan Kootenay ridings, and consisted of the East Kootenay Regional District the southeast part of the Central Kootenay Regional District and the eastern part of the Columbia Shuswap Regional District lying east of Electoral Areas C and E. The name of the electoral district was changed in 1977 to Kootenay East Revelstoke . The electoral district was abolished in 1987 when it was redistributed into a new Kootenay East riding and Kootenay West Revelstoke . The new Kootenay East riding consisted of the East Kootenay Regional District Electoral Areas A, B and C of the Central Kootenay Regional District the Town of Creston Electoral Area A of the Columbia Shuswap Regional District and the town of Golden. The electoral district was abolished in 1996 when it was redistributed into Kootenay Columbia . Election results Canadian election result top CA 1917 Canadian election result Unionist Saul Bonnell 3,398 Canadian election result Laurier Liberals Robert ... 1976 1977 http www2.parl.gc.ca Sites LOP HFER hfer.asp?Language E&Search Det&rid 347&Include KOOTENAY ... fr Kootenay Est ...   more details



  1. Okanagan?Kootenay

    Okanagan Kootenay was a federal electoral district Canada electoral district in British Columbia , Canada , that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1968 to 1979. This Riding division riding was created in 1966 from parts of Kamloops electoral district Kamloops , Kootenay East and Okanagan Revelstoke ridings. It was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed into Kamloops Shuswap , Kootenay East , and Okanagan North ridings. Election results Canadian election result top CA 1968 Canadian election result CA Liberal William Douglas Stewart 11,370 Canadian election result CA NDP James Patterson 9,552 Canadian election result CA Social Credit Howard Earl Johnston 5,837 Canadian election result CA PC David Wilson McKechnie 4,837 end Canadian election result top CA 1972 Canadian election result CA Liberal William Douglas Stewart 12,416 Canadian election result CA PC Howard Earl Johnston 12,258 Canadian election result CA NDP Peter Maksylewich 11,400 Canadian election result CA Social Credit Agner Dahl Jensen 1,855 end Canadian election result top CA 1974 Canadian election result CA PC Howard Earl Johnston 17,164 Canadian election result CA Liberal Hari Singh 15,051 Canadian election result CA NDP Peter Maksylewich 8,163 Canadian election result CA Social Credit Helmut Fandrich 2,438 Canadian election result Independent Norm Baker 318 end See also List of Canadian federal electoral districts Past Canadian electoral districts External links http www2.parl.gc.ca Sites LOP HFER hfer.asp?Language E&Search Det&Include Y&rid 509 Riding history from the Library of Parliament Category Defunct British Columbia federal electoral districts fr Okanagan Kootenay ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Brown

    Kootenays Kootenay , where he settled, building a reputation as a guide and packer. In the North ... arguing vigorously for the region s preservation, after the Kootenay Forest Reserve a Canadian ... p. 289 isbn 0888303262 Persondata Metadata see Wikipedia Persondata . NAME Brown, Kootenay ALTERNATIVE ... PLACE OF DEATH DEFAULTSORT Brown, Kootenay Category Founders of the petroleum industry Category 1839 ...   more details



  1. Kootenay West

    about the extant provincial electoral district Kootenay West provincial electoral district the defunct provincial electoral district West Kootenay, which elected members to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 1890 election West Kootenay provincial electoral district Kootenay West was a federal electoral district Canada electoral district in British Columbia , Canada , that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1917 to 1988. This Riding division riding was created in 1914 from parts of Kootenay electoral district Kootenay riding. It was abolished in 1987 when it was merged into Kootenay West Revelstoke riding. Election results Canadian election result top CA 1917 Canadian election result Unionist Robert Francis Green 5,377 Canadian election result Laurier Liberals Winfield Maxwell 1,735 Canadian election result CA Labour Irwin Amory Austin 1,399 end Canadian election result top CA 1921 Canadian election result CA Progressive Levi William Humphrey 4,790 Canadian election result CA Conservative historical William Oliver Rose 3,890 Canadian election result CA Liberal Roy Baird Staples 1,117 end Canadian election result top CA 1925 Canadian election result CA Conservative historical William Kemble Esling 5,720 Canadian election result CA Progressive Levi William Humphrey 4,779 end Canadian election result top CA 1926 Canadian election result CA Conservative historical William Kemble Esling 6,247 Canadian election result CA Liberal Robert Henry Gale 5,257 end Canadian election result top CA 1930 Canadian election result CA Conservative historical William Kemble Esling 7,699 Canadian election result CA Liberal Duncan Daniel McLean 5,938 Canadian politics party colours Independents row Franc Lib sup 1 sup WATTS, Alfred Edward 429 end sup 1 sup Note according to the http www2.parl.gc.ca Sites LOP HFER hfer.asp?Language E&Search Det&Include Y&rid ... Defunct British Columbia federal electoral districts fr Kootenay Ouest ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Ice

    Hockey team CAN eng 1 team Kootenay Ice color 0039A6 color text B87333 logo Kootenay Ice Logo.svg city Cranbrook, British Columbia league Western Hockey League conference Eastern Conference WHL Eastern division Central Division WHL Central founded Start date 1998 99 arena Cranbrook Recreational Complex colours Blue, Black and Bronze br Color box 0039A6 Color box black Color box B87333 coach Flag icon CAN Kris Knoblauch GM Flag icon CAN Jeff Chynoweth website http www.kootenayice.net www.kootenayice.net name1 Edmonton Ice dates1 1996 98 name2 Kootenay Ice dates2 1998 Present The Kootenay Ice are a major junior ice hockey team based in Cranbrook, British Columbia and competing in the Western Hockey League . The team plays its home games at the Cranbrook Recreational Complex , also nicknamed the RecPlex . History The franchise was founded in 1996 as the Edmonton Ice , and moved to Cranbrook in 1998. The Ice won the Memorial Cup in 2002 Memorial Cup 2002 , and also participated in 2000 Memorial Cup 2000 , after having won the WHL championship . The move of the Ice to Cranbrook resulted in the folding of the local Junior A powerhouse Cranbrook Colts and possibly the entire troubled Rocky Mountain Junior Hockey League that the Colts were the top team in. All of the remaining five RMJHL franchises from the Kootenays dropped to the Junior B Kootenay International Junior Hockey League within years of the Ice coming to the region. Season by season record Note GP Games played, W Wins, L ... hockey teams in British Columbia External links http www.kootenayice.net Kootenay Ice website Clear Kootenay Ice WHL British Columbia Sports Category Ice hockey teams in British Columbia Category Regional District of East Kootenay Category Sports clubs established in 1998 Category Western Hockey League Category Cranbrook, British Columbia Canada icehockey team stub de Kootenay Ice fr Ice de Kootenay pl Kootenay Ice ru ...   more details



  1. Kootenay (electoral districts)

    Columbia River Revelstoke Kootenay East provincial electoral district Kootenay East Kootenay West provincial electoral district Kootenay West Nelson Creston Defunct provincial electoral districts Note indentations indicate rough historical succession of historical ridings. Kootenay provincial electoral district Kootenay 1871 1886 East Kootenay provincial electoral district East Kootenay 1890 1894 East Kootenay North East Kootenay north riding 1894 1900 Columbia electoral district Columbia 1903 1928 Columbia Revelstoke 1933 only Columbia electoral district Columbia 1937 1963 Columbia River electoral district Columbia River 1966 1986 Columbia River Revelstoke current riding since 1991 East Kootenay South East Kootenay south riding 1894 1903 Fernie electoral district Fernie 1903 1963 Cranbrook electoral district Cranbrook 1903 1963 Kootenay East provincial electoral district Kootenay East Kootenay Kootenay East current riding since 1966 West Kootenay provincial electoral district West Kootenay 1890 1894 West Kootenay North West Kootenay north riding 1894 1898 West Kootenay Slocan 1900 ...Kootenay is a name found in various provincial and federal electoral districts in the Canadian province of British Columbia . This page lists ridings with the name Kootenay in them, and also other ridings within the Kootenays Kootenay region. Current federal electoral districts Kootenay Columbia East Kootenay Revelstoke region British Columbia Southern Interior mostly Okanagan, includes Trail Castlegar ... indicate rough historical succession of historical ridings Kootenay electoral district Kootenay 1903 1914 Kootenay East 1914 1966 Okanagan Kootenay 1966 1976 Kootenay East 1976 1977 Kootenay East Revelstoke 1977 1987 Kootenay East 1987 1996 Kootenay Columbia 1996 Kootenay West 1914 1987 Kootenay West Revelstoke 1987 1996 Kootenay Boundary Okanagan West Kootenay Okanagan Kootenay Boundary Okanagan ... 1924 1963 West Kootenay Revelstoke 1900 only Revelstoke electoral district Revelstoke 1903 1928 Columbia ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Lake Crossing

    Unreferenced date December 2009 Incomplete date February 2009 Kootenay Lake Crossing was a powerline crossing of Kootenay Lake , British Columbia , Canada . The idea was to move electricity from the Hydro dam on the Kootenay River at Brilliant to the Cominco Sullivan Mine at Kimberley. The most direct route was across Kootenay Lake. It was with a Span architecture span width of convert 3248 m the List of spans longest powerline span of North America and was fixed on two convert 90 m tall electricity pylon s. Roebling cable provided the steel support cable for the conductor. The height of conductor over Kootenay Lake was convert 37 m . There was a convert 100 m steel support tower on the east shore, and rock anchored shorter towers high up on the west shore. Kootenay Lake Crossing was inaugurated in 1958, but was demolished in 1962 by explosives placed by the Freedomites Sons of Freedom religious sect of the Doukhobor s. The tower was rebuilt and the span lengthened in course. The powerline is still in operation today, but uses today on each site of the lake for each phase a separate tower situated at 49 42 2 N 116 51 59 W and at 49 42 29 N 116 54 44 W is this the mentioned powerline crossing or are there other powerline crossings . Category Electric power transmission systems in Canada Category Energy in Canada Category Powerline river crossings Category West Kootenay Category Doukhobors Category Terrorism in Canada Powerline stub Canada struct stub BritishColumbia stub ...   more details



  1. Regional District of East Kootenay

    and an important coal mining region. Other than the Columbia River Columbia and Kootenay River s, whose ...British Columbia regional districts map map Regional District of East Kootenay, British Columbia Location.png The Regional District of East Kootenay RDEK is a regional district in the Canadian province of British Columbia , Canada . As of the 2011 census , the population was 56,685. The area is 27,542.69 square kilometres 10,641.16 sq mi . The regional district offices are in Cranbrook, British Columbia Cranbrook , the largest community in the region. Other important population centers include the cities of Kimberley, British Columbia Kimberley and Fernie, British Columbia Fernie , and the district municipality of Invermere, British Columbia Invermere and Sparwood, British Columbia Sparwood Despite its name, the regional district does not include all of the region known as the East Kootenay , which includes the Creston Valley and the east shore of Kootenay Lake . Geography main Kootenays The regional district s dominant landform is the Rocky Mountain Trench , which is flanked by the Purcell ... are the northernmost parts of the basins of the Flathead River Flathead , Moyie River Moyie and Yahk River s the Moyie and Yahk are tributaries of the Kootenay, entering it in the United States, and the Flathead is a tributary of the Clark Fork river Clark Fork in Montana . References http www12.statcan.ca ... Canada 2006 Community Profile East Kootenay External links http www.rdek.bc.ca Regional District of East Kootenay Subdivisions of British Columbia region yes Stubs Categories coord 49.676 N 115.276 W display title Category Regional districts of the British Columbia Interior East Kootenay BritishColumbiaInterior geo stub Other languages de Regional District of East Kootenay fr District r gional d East Kootenay it Distretto regionale di East Kootenay ja pnb pl East Kootenay ...   more details



  1. Columbia and Kootenay Railway

    The Columbia and Kootenay Railway was a historic railway in the Interior of British Columbia between Nelson, British Columbia Nelson on Kootenay Lake and Robson, British Columbia Robson at the confluence of the Kootenay River and the Columbia River near Castlegar, British Columbia Castlegar operated as part of the Canadian Pacific Railway CPR . History pre 1900 The railway was chartered by a senior officer of the CPR and immediately leased for 999 years to the CPR. The CPR built the line to obtain mining traffic that was then being sent by boat along Kootenay Lake and south to the United States. By building along the convert 25 mi km adj on unnavigable Kootenay River between Kootenay Lake and the Columbia River, the CPR used steamers to connect with its mainline at Revelstoke, British Columbia Revelstoke up the Arrow Lakes and the Columbia River . In 1891, the first train travelled between Nelson and Robson. Low water and ice on the Arrow Lakes made connecting route unreliable so in 1897, the CPR extended the railway up the Slocan Valley to Slocan City, British Columbia Slocan City on the shore of Slocan Lake . Train ferry Boats ? and Car float barges moved railway cars and goods to the north end of the lake which connected with its Nakusp and Slocan Railway which continued to Nakusp on the Arrow Lake much closer to its mainline at Revelstoke. This branch also provided a connection to the rich mining region around Sandon, British Columbia Sandon . History post 1900 The section of railway was later connected both east along Kootenay Lake and west, via the Columbia and Western Railway to become part of the CPR s southern mainline through British Columbia. After numerous abandonments in the region, this section of railway is active as a branch line connected at Cranbrook, British ... Steamboats DEFAULTSORT Columbia Kootenay Railway Category Defunct British Columbia railways Category West Kootenay Category History of British Columbia Category Canadian Pacific Railway ...   more details



  1. Kootenay National Park

    takes its name from the Kootenay River , one of the two major rivers which flow through the park, the other being the Vermillion River. While the Vermillion River is completely contained within the park, the Kootenay River has its headwaters just outside of the park boundary, flowing through the park into the Rocky Mountain Trench , eventually joining the Columbia River . The Banff Windermere Highway, 93 follows the path of both rivers through the park. Attractions Image Kootenay National Park ... Kootenay River. Just outside the park s south western entrance is the town of Radium Hot Springs ... caves as well as fossil s found here. gallery Image Kootenay National Park.jpg View to the south east from the viewpoint near Sinclair Pass Image Kootenay National Park Kootenay River.JPG Ottertail River Image Kootenay Paint Pots.jpg Paint Pots Image Kootenay valley.JPG Kootenay River valley Image ... River Kootenay National Park National parks of Canada World Heritage Sites in Canada Canadian ...Infobox Protected area name Kootenay National Park iucn category II map Canadian National Parks Location.png map caption Location of Kootenay National Park locator x 51 locator y 174 location British Columbia ... heritage site http whc.unesco.org en list 304 304 Kootenay National Park is located in southeastern ... west park entrance, to convert 3424 m abbr on at Deltaform Mountain . Kootenay forms one of the four ... a boundary with Kootenay National Park. Initially called Kootenay Dominion Park , the park was created .... A number of recent forest fires in the northern half of the park in the Simpson River, Vermillion ... pn np bc kootenay natcul natcul4 E.asp . The park s north eastern entrance, connects to Castle Junction ... in Kootenay National Park. Floe Lake is a picturesque lake which lies on a 10.7  km hiking trail ..., there is an igneous intrusion known as the Ice River Complex containing deposits of sodalite ... Sheep Image Wild Lily Blooming along Dog Lake Trail at Kootenay National Park.jpg Lilium philadelphicum ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Lake Provincial Park

    Kootenay Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia , Canada . It encompasses five widely dispersed parks around Kootenay Lake Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Davis Creek site , Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Lost Ledge sites , Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Midge Creek site , Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Campbell Bay site , and Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Coffee Creek site . All of the parks are located in south central British Columbia. Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Davis Creek and Lost Ledge sites 343 hectares. Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Midge Creek site 223 hectares. Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Campbell Bay site 25 hectares. Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Coffee Creek site 52 hectares. External links http www.env.gov.bc.ca bcparks explore parkpgs kootenay.html Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Davis Creek and Lost Ledge sites http www.env.gov.bc.ca bcparks explore parkpgs koot mid.html Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Midge Creek site http www.env.gov.bc.ca bcparks explore parkpgs koot campbell bay.html Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Campbell Bay site http www.env.gov.bc.ca bcparks explore parkpgs koot coffee creek.html Kootenay Lake Provincial Park Coffee Creek site BritishColumbia park stub coord missing British Columbia Category Provincial Parks of British Columbia Category Regional District of Central Kootenay ...   more details



  1. Anglican Diocese of Kootenay

    Infobox diocese jurisdiction Diocese name Kootenay rite Anglicanism Anglican image province British Columbia and Yukon parishes churches bishop The Most Reverend John E. Privett cathedral St. Michael and All Angels Cathedral, Kelowna br St. Saviour s Pro Cathedral, Nelson archdeaconries suffragans website The Diocese of Kootenay is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia and the Yukon of the Anglican Church of Canada . External links http www.kootenay.anglican.ca Diocese of Kootenay website Bishops of Kootenay Anglican Church of Canada coord missing British Columbia Category Anglican Church of Canada dioceses Kootenay, Anglican Diocese of ...   more details



  1. Regional District of Kootenay Boundary

    British Columbia regional districts map map Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, British Columbia Location.png The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary RDKB is a regional district in the Canadian province province of British Columbia , Canada . As of the 2006 census , the population was 30,742. The area is 8,095.62 km 3,125.74 sq mi . The regional district s offices are in the city of Trail, British Columbia Trail . Other major population centers include the cities of Grand Forks, British Columbia Grand Forks and Rossland, British Columbia Rossland , and the villages of Fruitvale, British Columbia Fruitvale , Warfield, British Columbia Warfield , and Montrose, British Columbia Montrose . See also Kootenays Boundary Country References http www12.statcan.ca english Profil01 CP01 Details Page.cfm?Lang E&Geo1 CD&Code1 5905&Geo2 PR&Code2 59&Data Count&SearchText Kootenay 20Boundary&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 59&B1 All&Custom Community Profile Kootenay Boundary Regional District, British Columbia Statistics Canada External links http www.rdkb.com Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Subdivisions of British Columbia region yes Categories coord 49.501 N 117.052 W display title Category Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Category Regional districts of the British Columbia Interior Kootenay Boundary BritishColumbiaInterior geo stub Other languages de Regional District of Kootenay Boundary fr District r gional de Kootenay Boundary it Distretto regionale di Kootenay Boundary ja pnb pl Kootenay Boundary ...   more details



  1. West Kootenay South

    West Kootenay South was an electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia in the 1894 election only. Its official name was West Kootenay south riding . It was formed from the division of the older Kootenay provincial electoral district Kootenay riding, one of the province s first twelve constituencies, which for the 1890 election was redistributed into West Kootenay provincial electoral district West Kootenay East Kootenay provincial electoral district East Kootenay The West Kootenay provincial electoral district West Kootenay riding was further redistributed for the 1898 election into the ridings of West Kootenay Nelson , a provincial district from 1900 to 1903 West Kootenay Revelstoke , a provincial district from 1900 to 1903 West Kootenay Rossland , a provincial district from 1900 to 1903 West Kootenay Slocan , a provincial district from 1900 to 1903 For other ridings with the name Kootenay, or which were in the Kootenays Kootenay region, please see Kootenay electoral districts . Demographics class wikitable Population Population Change, Area km Pop. Density people per km Geography Empty section date July 2010 History Empty section date July 2010 Notable MLAs Empty section date July 2010 Election results Note Winners of each election are in bold . Election FPTP begin title British Columbia general election, 1894 7th British Columbia election, 1894 Canadian politics party colours Gov row Government George Buchanan align right 258 align right 39.15 align right align right unknown Canadian politics party colours Opp row b Opposition b John Frederick Hume align right b 401 align right b 60.85 align right align right unknown bgcolor white align right colspan 3 Total valid votes align right 659 align right 100.00 align right bgcolor white align right colspan 3 Total rejected ballots align right align right align right bgcolor white align right colspan 3 Turnout align right 55.37 align right align right Source http www.elections.bc.ca index.php resource ...   more details



  1. East Kootenay Rams

    The East Kootenay Rams were a senior men s team ice hockey team that played in Cranbrook, British Columbia . They only played during the 1960 61 WIHL season 1960 61 season in the Western International Hockey League . They were formed in January 1961 to replace the Trail Smoke Eaters senior Trail Smoke Eaters who traveled to Europe to represent Canada at the 1961 World Ice Hockey Championships . The East Kootenay Rams won the WIHL semi final but lost the league final to the Nelson Maple Leafs . References reflist CCBYSASource source Wikia Sports sourcepath http icehockey.wikia.com wiki East Kootenay Rams sourcearticle East Kootenay Rams revision 354626124 icehockey stub Category Cranbrook, British Columbia Category Defunct ice hockey teams in Canada Category Western International Hockey League teams ...   more details



  1. Regional District of Central Kootenay

    Image Central Kootenay Regional District, British Columbia Location.png Central Kootenay Regional District thumb 200px The Regional District of Central Kootenay RDCK is a regional district in the Canadian province province of British Columbia , Canada . As of the 2006 census , the population was 55,883. The area is 22,130.72 square kilometres. The administrative centre is located in the city of Nelson, British Columbia Nelson . Other municipalities include the City of Castlegar, British Columbia Castlegar , the Town of Creston, British Columbia Creston , the Village of Salmo, British Columbia Salmo , the Village of Nakusp , the Village of Kaslo , the Village of New Denver , the Village of Silverton, British Columbia Silverton , and the Village of Slocan, British Columbia Slocan known locally as Slocan City to distinguish it from the appellation the Slocan for the entire Slocan Valley . References http www12.statcan.ca english census06 data profiles community Details Page.cfm?Lang E&Geo1 CD&Code1 5903&Geo2 PR&Code2 59&Data Count&SearchText central 20kootenay&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 01&B1 All&Custom Statistics Canada 2006 Community Profile Central Kootenay Regional district External links http www.rdck.bc.ca RDCK website coord 49 55 00 N 117 30 00 W display title br Subdivisions of British Columbia region yes Stubs Categories Category Regional District of Central Kootenay Category Regional districts of the British Columbia Interior Central Kootenay BritishColumbiaInterior geo stub Other languages de Regional District of Central Kootenay fr District r gional de Central Kootenay it Distretto regionale di Central Kootenay ja pnb pl Central Kootenay zh ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Savings Credit Union

    Citation style date November 2009 Infobox company company name Kootenay Savings Credit Union company logo File Kootenay savings logo.gif company type Credit union foundation 1969 location Trail, British Columbia br Canada key people Brent Tremblay President & CEO industry Financial services products assets 796 million Canadian dollar CAD 2008 ref name cucc list http www.cucentral.ca Top100 10sept09 Credit Union Central of Canada Top 100 Largest Credit Unions Results Q2 2009 ref num employees 250 homepage https www.kscu.com kscu.com Kootenay Savings Credit Union , located in the Southern Interior of British Columbia , is the twenty ninth largest credit union in Canada with over 40,000 members and assets of 796 million. ref name cucc list The organization has 13 branches throughout the interior of British Columbia, mostly around the major centres of Trail, British Columbia Trail , Castlegar, British Columbia Castlegar and Invermere, British Columbia Invermere . Its subsidiaries include Kootenay Savings MoneyWorks as well as a jointly owned Insurance group called Kootenay Insurance Services, a company formed through the cooperation of Nelson and District Credit Union and East Kootenay Community Credit Union. ref name annual report https www.kscu.com SharedContent documents ks ar08 book WEB.pdf Kootenay Savings 2008 Annual Report ref In April 2007, Kootenay Savings Annual Report parodied Wikipedia and other online communities such as Flickr and MySpace to show how community run organizations succeed. Citation needed date January 2010 History Kootenay Savings was formed on January 1, 1969 by the amalgamation of three thriving credit unions in Trail, Fruitvale and Castlegar, offering ... to form a single unit. Awards Kootenay Savings has won numerous awards including the Marketing Association ... Mortgage campaigns. References reflist Kootenay Savings 2006 Annual Report, https www.kscu.com SharedContent documents KS ar06 full.pdf Kootenay Savings history, https www.kscu.com Personal AboutUs ...   more details



  1. Kootenay Direct Airlines

    Infobox Airline airline Kootenay Direct Airlines Ltd. logo logo size 137 fleet size 5 destinations IATA ICAO callsign parent founded 2006 headquarters Nelson, British Columbia key people hubs focus cities frequent flyer lounge alliance Kootenay Direct Airlines Ltd. is an airline based in Nelson, British Columbia , Canada . It operates charter services to destinations in British Columbia , Canada and the United States . Its main base is in Nelson, British Columbia . References reflist Airlines of Canada Category Airlines established in 2006 Category Charter airlines of Canada Category Companies based in British Columbia Category Aviation in British Columbia NorthAm airline stub ru Kootenay Direct Airlines ...   more details



  1. Lower Kootenay First Nation

    The Lower Kootenay First Nation are a First Nation based in the Kootenays Kootenay District of British Columbia . In the British Columbia Treaty Process They are part of the Ktunaxa Kinbasket Tribal Council . ref name gov.bc.ca.ktunaxa cite web year 2009 url http www.gov.bc.ca arr firstnation ktunaxa kinbasket default.html title Ktunaxa Kinbasket Tribal Council publisher Executive Council of British Columbia accessdate July 26, 2009 ref Chief and Councillors Empty section date July 2010 Treaty Process There are in Stage 4 of the BC Treaty Process . ref name gov.bc.ca.ktunaxa History Empty section date July 2010 Demographics The Lower Kootenay First Nation has 208 members. ref name Campbell cite web year 2009 url http pse5 esd5.ainc inac.gc.ca FNP Main Search FNMain.aspx?BAND NUMBER 606&lang eng title Kootenay work Government of Canada publisher Indian and Northern Affairs Canada accessdate July 26, 2009 last quote ref Economic Development Empty section date July 2010 Social, Educational and Cultural Programs and Facilities Empty section date July 2010 See also Empty section date July 2010 References references Ktunaxa Kinbasket Treaty Council Category First Nations governments in British Columbia Category East Kootenay Category Ktunaxa FirstNations stub Canada poli stub BritishColumbia stub ...   more details



  1. West Kootenay North

    West Kootenay North was an electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia in the 1894 election only. Its official name was West Kootenay north riding . It was formed from a partition the West Kootenay provincial electoral district West Kootenay riding that also created West Kootenay South West Kootenay south riding . Demographics class wikitable Population Population Change, Area km Pop. Density people per km Geography Empty section date July 2010 History Empty section date July 2010 Notable MLAs Empty section date July 2010 Election results Note Winners of each election are in bold . Election FPTP begin title British Columbia general election, 1894 7th British Columbia election, 1894 Canadian politics party colours Opp row Opposition William M. Brown align right 125 align right 36.55 align right align right unknown Canadian politics party colours Gov row b Government b James M. Kellie align right b 217 align right b 63.45 align right align right unknown bgcolor white align right colspan 3 Total valid votes align right 342 align right 100.00 align right bgcolor white align right colspan 3 Total rejected ballots align right align right align right bgcolor white align right colspan 3 Turnout align right 55.37 align right align right In the 1898 election the West Kootenay region was further redistributed into West Kootenay Nelson , used 1898 1900 only Nelson City provincial electoral district Nelson City , 1903 1912 Nelson electoral district Nelson West Kootenay Revelstoke , used 1900 only Revelstoke electoral district Revelstoke , 1903 1963 West Kootenay Rossland , used 1898 1900 only Rossland City 1903 1912 Rossland electoral district Rossland 1916 1920 West Kootenay Slocan , used 1898 1900 only Kaslo electoral district Kaslo , 1903 1920 Slocan electoral district Slocan , 1903 1920 Kaslo Slocan , 1924 1963 Category Defunct British Columbia provincial electoral districts Canada constituency stub ...   more details




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