Synonyms for kitwanga or Related words with kitwanga

kispiox              matsqui              nicomen              waskaganish              moricetown              hagwilget              valemount              pabineau              sumas              chemainus              waswanipi              hatzic              gitwangak              granisle              minitonas              pasquia              cudlee              puntzi              magnetawan              nemiscau              koorda              atlin              wikwemikong              cudgegong              kondinin              behchoko              kaministiquia              yarriambiack              peachland              tatshenshini              kluskus              keremeos              kennetcook              carbunup              coquihalla              mistissini              wemotaci              popkum              ashnola              kitimat              corrigin              carcross              kitamaat              bendoc              mooloolah              mangamuka              belews              tusket              warramboo              gitsegukla             

Examples of "kitwanga"
The Kitwanga River is a tributary of the Skeena River near Hazelton in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, joining that stream at the community of Kitwanga (Gitwangak), which means "people of the place of rabbits".
North of Kitwanga stands Meziadin Junction (156), Stewart (221), and Dease Lake (488). West of Kitwanga is Terrace (91), Kitimat (149), and Prince Rupert (235). And East of Kitwanga is New Hazelton (48), Moricetown (81), Smithers (112), Telkwa (129), and Prince George (482).
Kitwanga Mountain Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada located on the north side of the Skeena River just west of the Gitxsan community of Kitwanga (Gitwangak).
Kitwanga railway station is on the Canadian National Railway mainline in Kitwanga, British Columbia. The station is served by Via Rail's Jasper – Prince Rupert train as a flag stop.
Gitwangak Battle Hill National Historic Site, formerly known as Kitwanga Fort National Historic Site is a National Historic Site of Canada located at Kitwanga, British Columbia in the Skeena Country of Northwestern British Columbia, Canada. The reserve now called 'Gitwangax'. This is to distinguish it from the adjacent lumber milling town, Kitwanga. 'Battle Hill' was an 18th-century earthwork fortress, located in Kitwanga. The site includes a trail with interpretive signs. The park was developed by George Macdonald, whose archaeological study was of the site, and who was the Director of the National Museum of Civilization until the opening of its current building.
Kitwanga or Gitwangak or Gitwangax ("people of the place of rabbits" in the Gitxsan language) is located where the Kitwanga River runs into the Skeena River in British Columbia. A long-standing village before contact, the village is within Gitwangak Indian Reserve No. 1.
Gitwangak or Kitwanga, which means People of the Place of Rabbits, is the most western Gitxsan village on the Skeena River, and is approximately 241 kilometres from the coast. The village itself lies on the northern bank of the Skeena River in northern British Columbia. It is about 3 kilometres from the National Historic Site of Taawdzep or Gitwangak Battle Hill (formerly Kitwanga Fort).
The totem poles of Gitwangak village are a National Historic Site of Canada, as is also Kitwanga Fort.
Charles Muhangwa Kitwanga (born 27 September 1960) is a Tanzanian CCM politician and Member of Parliament for Misungwi constituency since 2010. He served as a minister of internal and home affairs in the Magufuli cabinet for five months beginning in December 2015. Kitwanga was found drunk during a parliamentary session on 20 May 2016 and was immediately suspended for drinking during working hours.
Cottonwood Canyon is a canyon on the Skeena River in northwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is located around the mouth of Sedan Creek, between the communities of Cedarvale and Kitwanga.
West of Smithers are Moricetown, New Hazelton, Kitwanga, Terrace, Kitimat, Port Edward and Prince Rupert. East of Smithers are Telkwa, Houston, Topley, Burns Lake, Fraser Lake, Fort Fraser, Vanderhoof and Prince George.
The Kispiox Range is a subrange of the Hazelton Mountains, located between the Kispiox and Kitwanga Rivers in northern British Columbia, Canada. The range is about long by wide.
Gitanyow is an Indian reserve community of the Gitxsan people, located on the Kitwanga River 8 km south of Kitwancool Lake, at the confluence of Kitwancool Creek. The community is located on Gitanyow Indian Reserve No. 1.
North of Dease Lake is Good Hope Lake, British Columbia (138 km) and the Alaska Highway (235 km). South of Dease Lake is Iskut, British Columbia (65 km), Stewart, British Columbia (398 km), and Kitwanga, British Columbia (489 km).
West of Moricetown in British Columbia is New Hazelton (33), Kitwanga (81), Terrace (172), Kitimat (230) and Prince Rupert (316). East of Moricetown is Smithers (31), Telkwa (48), Houston (97), Topley (127) and Prince George (401).
Port Edward and Prince Rupert are respectively and to the west of Terrace, while Smithers and Prince George are respectively and to the east. Kitimat is to the south. Kitwanga and New Hazelton are and to the north east of Terrace respectively.
Highway 37 starts its 874 km (543 mi) journey in the south at Kitimat. 59 km (37 mi) north, Highway 37 reaches Terrace, where it merges onto the Yellowhead Highway. The Yellowhead coincides with Highway 37 east for 91 km (57 mi) to Kitwanga Junction, where the Yellowhead diverges east.
At the end of September 2012, Charles Kitwanga, the deputy minister to the vice president’s office singled out the mine for its environmental efforts, citing it as a great example of how mines do not go hand in hand with pollution.
The Gitwangak Indian Band (formerly Kitwanga) is a band government in the Skeena Country region of northwestern British Columbia, Canada. They Gitwangak people are part of the larger Gitxsan group. Their name means "People of the Land of Rabbits". They are members of the Gitxsan Treaty Society.
New Hazelton is east of Kitwanga, British Columbia (48 km), Terrace, British Columbia (139), Kitimat, British Columbia (197), and Prince Rupert, British Columbia (283 km). New Hazelton is west of Moricetown, British Columbia (33 km), Smithers, British Columbia (64), Telkwa, British Columbia (81), Houston, British Columbia (130), and Prince George, British Columbia (434 km).