Synonyms for kootenays or Related words with kootenays

cariboo              omineca              okanagan              kootenay              cassiar              similkameen              stikine              skeena              shuswap              slocan              lillooet              kitimat              monashees              nechako              atlin              nahanni              revelstoke              laurentians              sooke              rossland              temagami              cowichan              chilcotin              interlake              nipissing              riverland              alsek              kitikmeot              winnipegosis              lloydminster              manitoulin              barkerville              lardeau              nakusp              keewatin              comox              kivalliq              yukon              subprovince              matsqui              temiskaming              kaslo              timiskaming              inuvik              coaldale              nanaimo              coquihalla              squamish              kinbasket              valemount             



Examples of "kootenays"
As of 2015, Hannant is working as a community organizer in the Kootenays, British Columbia.
Ford was raised in the Kootenays in Southeastern British Columbia. She currently resides in Vancouver.
Kaslo was originally incorporated as a city on August 14, 1893, making it the oldest incorporated community in the Kootenays.
Contingent on the above boundaries, the Kootenays are commonly split either into East and West, or East, Central and West.
Some or all of the following areas to the north, which drain into the Columbia River, are also commonly included in the Kootenays:
Kokanee is also a name for landlocked Sockeye salmon. The beer is named after the Kokanee Glacier in the Kootenays region in which Creston is situated.
the Kootenays and Alberta. His Company Foley, Welch and Stewart constructed the PGE, Grand Trunk Pacific, and Canadian Pacific railways in BC.
Frank McMahon was born in the village of Moyie in the East Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada, the son of a hard-rock miner.
It remains unclear why both Kootenay and Kootenays are used somewhat interchangeably to describe the area. The plural form is in reference to "The Kootenays", both East and West; the singular is in reference to the "Kootenay Region". In practice the two terms are used interchangeably, although one indicates a geographical region and the other a legal boundary, the Kootenay Land District, which was identical with the original federal and provincial Kootenay ridings.
Carr was born in Vancouver and raised in the Lower Mainland and Kootenays. She earned a master's degree in Urban Geography from the University of British Columbia in 1980 and went on to a teaching career at Langara College.
A Doukhobor museum, currently known as "Doukhobor Discovery Centre" (formerly, "Doukhobor Village Museum") operates in Castlegar, British Columbia. It contains over a thousand artifacts representing the arts, crafts, and daily life of the Doukhobors of the Kootenays in 1908–38.
118 Joseph Patenaude - This extraordinary man is known as the hero of Nelson. He way on his way to the Yukon, but took a side trip to the Kootenays, where he stayed.
The riding-name was re-established in time for the 1966 election, but covered only the East Kootenay region rather than the entire Kootenays as had been the case in its first incarnation.
Bowyer is a mother of three who was born and raised in the Kootenays. She graduated from the University of British Columbia and now works for an e-learning company.
32 Fritz Augustus Heinze - This colourful character was known for working his mines with a top hat on. He made a fortune in Montana, but sensed greater opportunities north of the border and came to the Kootenays.
73 Paddlewheelers - The elegant ships that traveled through the West Kootenays including The Rossland, Moyie, Nasookin, Slocan, Bonnington and some special footage of the S.S. Minto on its final voyage.
The West Kootenay riding appeared as such only in the 1890 election. In 1894, due to a surge in population related to the "silver rush" in the Kootenays, the riding was redistributed into:
CPR vessel Lake Manitoba from Liverpool to Montreal with just 10 sovereign coins. He worked on farms near Burford, Ontario and in the Qu'Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan before moving to the Kootenays region of British Columbia.
45 Nelson - Known as the Queen City of the Kootenays, Gold Trails examines the rich history of Nelson and the role it played in B.C.'s gold and silver rush!
It was established on March 3, 1983, in the mountains above the Western shores of Slocan Lake, in the west Kootenays. The park consists of most of the Valhalla Range of the Selkirk Mountains.