Synonyms for bella_coola or Related words with bella_coola

shuswap              squamish              sechelt              bella_bella              chemainus              comox              chilcotin              stikine              anahim_lake              skeena              tagish              lillooet              haisla              halkomelem              nuxalk              kispiox              klemtu              kitlope              skidegate              iskut              kitamaat              nuxálk              heiltsuk              babine              chilkat              sanpoil              okanagan              kitwanga              teslin              atlin              gitxsan              sto_lo              shishalh              liard              nlaka_pamux              nooksack              dease_lake              nechako              nuu_chah_nulth              tahltan              kitsumkalum              nitinaht              nahanni              pentlatch              valemount              sicamous              halqemeylem              moricetown              slocan              burrard_inlet             



Examples of "bella_coola"
Bella Coola is a community in the Bella Coola Valley, in British Columbia, Canada. "Bella Coola" usually refers to the entire valley, encompassing the settlements of Bella Coola proper ("the townsite") (population approximately 148), Lower Bella Coola, Hagensborg, Saloompt, Nusatsum, Firvale and Stuie. It is also the location of the head offices of the Central Coast Regional District.
Bella Coola Airport, , is located northeast of Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada.
Hagensborg is served by Highway 20, which runs from Williams Lake to Bella Coola, at the mouth of the Bella Coola River on North Bentinck Arm. The Bella Coola Airport is located in Hagensborg.
Firvale is a community in the Bella Coola Valley of the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada, located at the confluence of Burnt Bridge Creek and the Bella Coola River, northeast of the valley's main community of Bella Coola.
The town of Bella Coola is at the head of North Bentinck Arm; Bella Coola is an English adaptation of the Heiltsuk name for the Nuxalk (whose name in their own language means the Bella Coola River and its valley). Bella Coola is the only community on the coast between Vancouver and Kitimat, to have road access to the rest of the province, via BC Hwy 20 to Williams Lake via the Chilcotin region.
The Bella Coola River is a major river on the Pacific slope of the Coast Mountains in southern British Columbia. The town of Bella Coola is at its mouth on North Bentinck Arm. Bella Coola Indian Reserve No. 1 the location of the main community today of the surviving population of the Nuxalk who gathered there after depridations by smallpox and colonialization.
Nuxalk , also known as Bella Coola , is a Salishan language spoken by the Nuxalk people. Today it is spoken only in the vicinity of the Canadian town of Bella Coola, British Columbia by perhaps 20 elderly people. While the language is still sometimes called "Bella Coola" by linguists, the native name "Nuxalk" is preferred by some, notably by the Nuxalk Nation government.
The Talchako River is a river in the Bella Coola Valley of the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada. It meets the Atnarko River at the community of Stuie to form the Bella Coola River.
The inlet is the territory of the Nuxalk Nation, whose main community adjoins the town of Bella Coola, which is at the head of the inlet. The Nuxalk are also known as the Bella Coola people.
The name "Nuxalk" for the language comes from the native nuxalk (or "nuχalk)", referring to the "Bella Coola Valley." "Bella Coola" is a rendering of the Heiltsuk "bḷ́xʷlá", meaning "stranger".
Noohalk Mountain 2099 m (6886 feet) is a mountain in the northernmost Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It is located on the south side of the Bella Coola Valley between Hagensborg and Bella Coola.
Stuie is a community in the Bella Coola Valley of the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada, located at the confluence of the Atnarko and Talchako Rivers, which is the "start" of the Bella Coola River.
The Noosgulch River is a river in the Bella Coola Valley of the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada, flowing southwest from the southernmost Kitimat Ranges to meet the Bella Coola River just north of Nusatsum Mountain.
The Bella Coola Music Festival takes place in the month of July in Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada. It offers a diverse line-up of music: roots, rock, world, blues, folk and more.
"Bella Coola" is a rendering of the Heiltsuk "bḷ́xʷlá", meaning "stranger".
The drainage basin of the Bella Coola River and its tributaries is in size.
By 1953 there were only two bodies of Nuxalk left: The Kimsquit, on Dean Inlet; and the Bella Coola, at the mouth of Bella Coola River. Older writers speak of the Nuhalk, which was the name of the Bella Coola Valley; Talyumc, whose village at the head of South Bentinck Arm was abandoned about 1933; and the Noothlakamish on North Bentinck Arm, reported by Tolmie, and by Dawson in 1884.
The Bella Coola Valley is a relatively small but distinct region located in the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada, comprising the valley of the Bella Coola River and its tributaries. The region is served by BC Hwy 20, which runs from Williams Lake to the town of Bella Coola at the head of North Bentinck Arm, from where there is seasonal ferry service to Vancouver Island and Prince Rupert.
Bella Coola may refer to several things, all closely related to a geographic area within British Columbia's Central Coast:
The Bella Coola Valley includes Electoral Areas C, D and E of the Central Coast Regional District (CCRD)