Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
|Regional District of Fraser-Fort George|
Upper Fraser River
Location in British Columbia
|Office location||Prince George|
|• Type||Regional district|
|• Body||Board of Directors|
|• Chair||Art Kaehn (E)|
|• Vice Chair||Lara Beckett (C)|
|• Electoral Areas|
|• Land||50,676.10 km2 (19,566.15 sq mi)|
|• Density||1.86/km2 (4.8/sq mi)|
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 Canada 2011 Census, the Regional District had a population of 91,879, 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.
Regional District Electoral Areas
- 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
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.
- Fort George (Shelley) Indian Reserve No. 2
- McLeod Lake Indian Reserve No. 1
- Parsnip Indian Reserve No. 5
|Ethnic groups in Fraser-Fort George RD (2016)
|Visible minority, n.i.e.||90||0.1%|
(Statistics Canada, 2011)
- Population: 91,879 (39,237 private dwellings)
- "Board of Directors". Retrieved 2019-07-09.
- "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census divisions, 2016 and 2011 censuses – 100% data (British Columbia)". Statistics Canada. February 8, 2017. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
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