Ruby Creek, British Columbia

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Ruby Creek is a locality on the Fraser River in the District of Kent, British Columbia, Canada, in the Upper Fraser Valley region, located on BC Highway 7 and the mainline of the Canadian Pacific Railway, near the confluence of Ruby Creek with the Fraser, northeast of Sea Bird Island.[1] Ruby Creek Indian Reserve No. 2 of the Skawahlook First Nation is nearby, as is also Skawahlook Indian Reserve No. 1, one mile northeast of the mouth of Ruby Creek.[2] Also in the locality is Lukseetsissum Indian Reserve No. 9 of the Yale First Nation.[3]


  1. ^ "Ruby Creek (locality)". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ BC Names/GeoBC entry "Skawahlook 1 (Indian reserve)"
  3. ^ BC Names/GeoBC entry "Lukseetsissum 9 (Indian reserve)"

Coordinates: 49°21′00″N 121°36′00″W / 49.35000°N 121.60000°W / 49.35000; -121.60000