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  2. Jan 30, 2019 · British Columbia contains 52 cities, the largest and smallest of which are Vancouver and Greenwood, respectively. Vancouver has a population of 631,486, while Greenwood has a population of only 708. Abbotsford is the largest city in the province by land area (375.55 square km), while Duncan is the smallest (2.07 square km).

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  3. British Columbia's largest and smallest cities are Vancouver and Greenwood with populations of 631,486 and 665 respectively. [5] The largest city by land area is Abbotsford, which spans 375.55 km 2 (145.00 sq mi), while the smallest is Duncan, at 2.07 km 2 (0.80 sq mi). [5]

  4. Vancouver, the largest city of British Columbia. Surrey Burnaby Kelowna Kamloops Nanaimo Victoria, capital city of British Columbia. Prince George Penticton Prince Rupert References [ change | change source] ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 "British Columbia Regional Districts, Municipalities, Corporate Name, Date of Incorporation and Postal Address" ( XLS ).

    Name
    Corporate Name [1]
    Regional District [1]
    Incorporation Date [1]
    Abbotsford, City of
    December 12, 1995
    Armstrong, City of
    March 31, 1913
    Burnaby, City of
    September 22, 1892
    Campbell River, City of
    June 24, 1947
  5. British Columbia is the third-most populous province in Canada, with 5,000,879 residents as of 2021, and is the second-largest in land area, at 920,687 km 2 (355,479 sq mi). British Columbia's 161 municipalities cover only 11 percent of the province's land mass yet are home to 89 percent of its population.

    Name
    Status [7]
    Regional District [7]
    Incorporation Date [7]
    City
    December 12, 1995
    City
    March 31, 1913
    City
    September 22, 1892
    City
    June 24, 1947
  6. Prince George, British Columbia - Wikipedia Prince George, British Columbia Prince George is the largest city in northern British Columbia, Canada, with a population of 74,004 in the metropolitan area. [3] It is often called the province's "northern capital" [4] or sometimes the "spruce capital" because it is the hub city for Northern BC.

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