Highway 99, also known as the Fraser Delta Thruway south of Vancouver, and the Sea to Sky Highway, Squamish Highway, or Whistler Highway north of Vancouver, is the major north–south artery running through the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia from the U.S. border, up Howe Sound through the Sea to Sky Country to Lillooet, and connecting to Highway 97 just north of Cache Creek.
Category:British Columbia Highway 99. English: Media related to British Columbia Highway 99, a 409-kilometre (254 mi) provincial highway in Metro Vancouver and Squamish-Lillooet regional districts in British Columbia, Canada.
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Highway 99, also known as the Fraser Delta Thruway south of Vancouver, and the Sea to Sky Highway, the Squamish Highway, or Whistler Highway north of Vancouver, is the major north–south artery running through the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia from the U.S. border, up Howe Sound through
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While US 99 is no longer; portions of it remain as Washington State Route 99, Oregon State Route 99 (and 99E and 99W), and California State Route 99. In addition, the US has an Interstate 99 (in the East Coast), and numerous other state highways called "99" as well. --EngineerScotty 23:46, 9 August 2006 (UTC) Derived from US Highway
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The following routes are within British Columbia but are considered part of the Yukon highway system. The Alaska Highway crosses the 60th parallel north , and thus the border with the Yukon, nine times (including six crossings between historic miles 588 and 596), the highway route number changes just once, between Lower Post, B.C. , and Watson ...
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Etymology. The province's name was chosen by Queen Victoria, when the Colony of British Columbia (1858–1866), i.e., "the Mainland", became a British colony in 1858. It refers to the Columbia District, the British name for the territory drained by the Columbia River, in southeastern British Columbia, which was the namesake of the pre-Oregon Treaty Columbia Department of the Hudson's Bay Company.