Regional District of Fraser-Fort George

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Fraser
Fort George
British Columbia Regional Disrticts

The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George (RDFFG) is a regional district located in the Central Interior of British Columbia. It is bounded by the Alberta border to the east, the Columbia-Shuswap and Thompson-Nicola Regional Districts to the south/southeast, Cariboo Regional District to the southwest, the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako to the west, and the Peace River Regional District to the north/northeast. As of the 2006 Census, the Regional District had a population of 92,264, and a land area of 51,083.73 km² (19,723.54 sq mi). The offices of the regional district are located at Prince George.

Communities[edit]

Cities[edit]

District Municipality[edit]

Villages[edit]

Regional District Electoral Areas[edit]

  • Fraser-Fort George A - Salmon River & Lakes
  • Fraser-Fort George C - Chilako River-Nechako
  • Fraser-Fort George D - Tabor Lake-Stone Creek
  • Fraser-Fort George E - Woodpecker-Hixon
  • Fraser-Fort George F - Willow River-Upper Fraser
  • Fraser-Fort George G - Crooked River-Parsnip
  • Fraser-Fort George H - Robson Valley-Canoe

Indian Reserves[edit]

NB Indian Reserves are not part of municipal or regional district governance and are outside the regional district's jurisdiction, and also counted separately in the census figures.

Demographics[edit]

(Statistics Canada, 2001)

  • Population: 92,264 (39,237 private dwellings)

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Coordinates: 53°54′36″N 122°46′12″W / 53.91000°N 122.77000°W / 53.91000; -122.77000