Fraser Canyon Hospital articles on Wikipedia
Fraser Canyon Hospital
Fraser Canyon Hospital (FCH) is a publicly funded community hospital in the city of Hope, British Columbia, Canada. FCH is a 10-bed hospital and provides
May 15th 2016



Fraser Health
Fraser Health Authority is one of six publicly funded health care Regions into which the Canadian province of British Columbia is divided. Fraser Health
Jan 9th 2017



Fraser Canyon War
The Fraser Canyon War, also known as the Canyon War or the Fraser River War, was an incident between the Nlaka'pamux people and white miners in the newly
Aug 29th 2015



Hope, British Columbia
to Fraser Canyon Hospital due to its geographic isolation and emergency service requirements in an area where major highways converge. Fraser Canyon Hospital
Mar 28th 2017



Grand Canyon National Park
This article is about the national park in the southwestern United States. For the canyon itself, see Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park is
Apr 21st 2017



Fraser Island
This article is about the island in Australia. For the island in Nunavut-Territory">Canada's Nunavut Territory, see Fraser Island (Nunavut). K'gari (Fraser Island) is a heritage-listed
Apr 28th 2017



FCH
(born 1962), President of Mexico 2006–2012 Forum Club Handball Fraser Canyon Hospital, in Hope, British Columbia, Canada Fresno Chandler Executive Airport
Oct 18th 2016



List of hospitals in Canada
Forks Boundary Hospital Halzelton Wrinch Memorial Hospital Hope Fraser Canyon Hospital Invermere Invermere and District Hospital Kamloops Overlander
Feb 8th 2017



John Bonser (steamship captain)
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Aug 25th 2016



BX (sternwheeler)
The BX sternwheeler was the first of two river steamers built for service on the upper Fraser River by the BC Express Company during the busy era of Grand
Dec 12th 2014



Glen Canyon Dam
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Apr 5th 2017



Inlander
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Sep 16th 2015



USRC Jefferson Davis (1853)
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Dec 31st 2015



Steamboats of the Skeena River
The Skeena River is British Columbia’s fastest flowing waterway, often rising as much as 17 feet (5.2 m) in a day and can fluctuate as much as sixty feet
Jan 15th 2017



Masajiro Miyazaki
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Feb 15th 2016



Golden Ears Provincial Park
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Mar 5th 2017



James Douglas (governor)
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Feb 17th 2017



Andrew Onderdonk
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Mar 12th 2017



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Jan 19th 2017



Geography of British Columbia
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Apr 21st 2017



Fort Boise
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Mar 4th 2017



Caveolin 2
2CAV, the 2nd Cavalry (disambiguation) For the ICAO coded Hope (Fraser Canyon Hospital) Heliport, see Hope, British Columbia. Caveolin-2 is a protein that
Jun 6th 2016



List of hospitals in British Columbia
John Hospital) Fraser Canyon Hospital Hope 49°22′34″N 121°25′24″W / 49.37611°N 121.42333°W / 49.37611; -121.42333 (Fraser Canyon Hospital) G.R. Baker
Jan 18th 2017



Steamboats of the upper Columbia and Kootenay Rivers
From 1886 to 1920, steamboats ran on the upper reaches of the Columbia and Kootenay in the Rocky Mountain Trench, in western North America. The circumstances
Sep 11th 2016



History of Bellingham, Washington
The history of Bellingham, Washington, as it is now known, begins with the settling of Whatcom County in the mid-to-late 19th century. The name of Bellingham
Apr 18th 2017



David Oppenheimer
David Oppenheimer (January 1, 1834 – December 31, 1897) was a successful entrepreneur, the second mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia, and a National
Feb 27th 2017



Frank P. Armstrong
Francis Patrick Armstrong (circa 1859–1923) was a steamboat captain in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia. He also operated steamboats on the
Feb 7th 2017



Jane Wodening
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Whatcom County, Washington
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Apr 25th 2017



New Hazelton
Coordinates: 55°14′48.26″N 127°35′00.24″W / 55.2467389°N 127.5834000°W / 55.2467389; -127.5834000 New Hazelton is a district municipality on Highway
Mar 27th 2017



British Columbia
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Apr 27th 2017



Christian Heritage Party of Canada candidates, 2004 Canadian federal election
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Mar 28th 2017



List of airports in the Lower Mainland
(Fraser Canyon Hospital) Heliport CAV2 Hope-49Hope 49°22′34″N 121°25′24″W / 49.37611°N 121.42333°W / 49.37611; -121.42333 (Hope (Fraser Canyon Hospital Heliport)
Jan 15th 2017



Macleod Trail
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Apr 19th 2017



Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia
The Canadian Pacific Railway is a Canadian Class I Railroad that stretches from Montreal, Quebec to Vancouver, British Columbia. The BC portion of the
Mar 12th 2017



Hazelton, British Columbia
Hazelton is a village located at the junction of the Bulkley and Skeena Rivers in northern British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 1866 and has a population
Mar 19th 2017



Mount Royal (sternwheeler)
Mount Royal was a sternwheeler that worked on the Skeena River and Stikine Rivers in British Columbia, Canada, from 1902 until 1907. She was named after
Jul 8th 2016



Tribal Council
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Apr 27th 2017



Chetwynd, British Columbia
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Mar 14th 2017



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Apr 21st 2017



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Apr 28th 2017



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Oct 25th 2016



Taylor, British Columbia
Coordinates: 56°09′32.3″N 120°41′16.0″W / 56.158972°N 120.687778°W / 56.158972; -120.687778 The District of Taylor is a small town in northeastern British
Apr 1st 2017





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