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Alberni Valley

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Alberni Valley
Aerial View of Port Alberni harbour.JPG
Alberni Valley is located in British Columbia
Alberni Valley
Alberni Valley
Geography
Population centersPort Alberni
Coordinates49°15′N 124°48′W / 49.250°N 124.800°W / 49.250; -124.800

Alberni Valley is a broad valley located at the head of Alberni Inlet on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It is home to Port Alberni, Sproat Lake and other outlining areas. The term is largely used as a synonym for Greater Port Alberni and adjoining communities but is used in a larger regional sense as well. Various local organizations and companies use the term "Alberni Valley" in their name, e.g. the Alberni Valley Times and Alberni Valley News newspapers[1][2] the Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce[3] and the Alberni Valley Bulldogs minor hockey team.[4] The Canadian pioneer, Joe Drinkwater lived in Alberni Valley during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Geography

Della Falls
Della Falls

First Nations

First Nations cultures are an essential part of the Alberni Valley's makeup. The Tseshaht and the Hupacasath are two of the tribes that make up the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council.

References

  1. ^ Alberni Valley Times website
  2. ^ Alberni Valley News website
  3. ^ Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce website
  4. ^ "Alberni Valley Bulldogs website". Archived from the original on 2014-04-19. Retrieved 2014-04-19.
  5. ^ "Arrowsmith, Mount". BC Geographical Names.
  6. ^ "Rogers Creek". BC Geographical Names.

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This page was last edited on 9 February 2021, at 21:46
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