Chehalis, British Columbia

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Chehaliss
Chehaliss is located in British Columbia
Chehaliss
Chehaliss
Location of Chehalis in British Columbia
Coordinates: 49°18′00″N 121°54′00″W / 49.30000°N 121.90000°W / 49.30000; -121.90000Coordinates: 49°18′00″N 121°54′00″W / 49.30000°N 121.90000°W / 49.30000; -121.90000
Country  Canada
Province  British Columbia
Area code(s) 250, 778

Chehalis /ʃəˈhls/ is a small forestry, agricultural and First Nations community in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia located on Highway 7 on the west bank of the Harrison River between the town of Mission and the resort community of Harrison Hot Springs.

Chehalis is the site of Chehalis Indian Reserve No. 5 of the Sts'Ailes people and their government, the Chehalis First Nation.[1] The Chehalis River enters the Harrison near the reserve community, which is on IR No. 5. Chehalis Indian Reserve No. 6 is across the Harrison from the main community,[2] which is home to various non-native businesses as well as native-operated ones.

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