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PRINCESS LOUISA INLET After viewing this soul-stirring fjord 60 km north of Pender Harbour, the author Erle Stanley Gardner wrote, "An atheist might experience Princess Louisa and still remain an atheist, but I doubt it." Amen. Our very own replica of a 19th-century gold rush town.

THE JOURNALISM OF BRUCE HUTCHISON The writer who coined the term "Lotus Land" was the dean of BC newspapermen, the author of 15 books and the winner of 3 Governor General's Awards.KERMODE BEAR The ghostly white "Spirit Bear," actually a subspecies of black bear, haunts the rain forests of the north coast. BENNETT DAM An engineering marvel on the Peace River west of Hudson's Hope. Things like Nanaimo bars, and Kermode bears, and Triple O sauce. As evidence we present this list of 100 of the best things about living here, 100 things that make us stick out our chests with pride.Since sweeping top honours at the Metropolitan Opera auditions in New York in 1988, he has become a superstar of international opera.

GULF ISLANDS Known for their Mediterranean climate and laid-back lifestyle, they are home to about 12,000 permanent residents, but thousands of visitors pour in on weekends and holidays to escape the urban rat race.

The city of Terrace has taken the Kermode as its official symbol. DELLA FALLS With water and mountains everywhere, it's not surprising BC has 6 of Canada's 10 highest waterfalls. When it began producing electricity in 1968 it featured the largest underground generating station in the world.

THE GREATER VANCOUVER BOOK A giant compendium of everything anyone needs to know about the Lower Mainland, compiled by "Mr. Brandywine near Squamish, Helmcken in Wells Gray Park and Takakkaw in Yoho Park may be better known, but the wispy, ethereal Della Falls on Vancouver Island (440 m) is the highest in Canada and tenth highest in the world. Along with nearby Peace Canyon Dam, it produces about a third of BC's electrical needs.

Found nowhere else in Canada but on the moss-covered rocks of the Pacific coast, its gnarled trunk glows a fiery orange-red in the sun. (Well, maybe not the Sunshine Breakfast.) A trip on a BC ferry is truly the quintessential West Coast experience.

ADBUSTERS First published in Vancouver in 1989, it was Canada's magazine of the year a decade later. The Adbusters Media Foundation also promotes Buy Nothing Day, an international festival of anti-consumerism.

It makes for difficult navigation and roadbuilding but unforgettable sightseeing.