A Canadian Provience
My name is Joseph!!!
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Where He Is
I can only tell you that I live at USA, in New York...
More about him
I am an 10-11 year old boy that is working on a AWESOME project on a chrome book!!!
NOW YOU CAN SEE!!!!!
Official Symbols of British Columbia
British Columbia's Provincial FlagAdopted in 1960, the flag duplicates the design of the shield of arms of the province. Its proportion is five by length and three by width. Please note that electronic images of the flag must never be electronically or mechanically altered. It should never be condensed, expanded, re-arranged, or in any other way distorted electronically. Resizing of the whole, intact image is permitted as long as horizontal and vertical scales are maintained in correct proportions. The Provincial flag is public domain and not protected by the Provincial Symbols and Honours Act.
The website for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia contains historical references about our province as well as informational resources. You can read the Assembly debates or view current or archived Legislative proceedings on Hansard Television. You can also access Revised Statutes or current bills, and take a virtual tour of British Columbia’s Parliament Buildings through Discover your Legislature; an award winning interactive educational CD that has been included as a link on the website. Read the Speaker’s Welcome message and meet the Members of the 40th Parliament.
Spirit Bear - Provincial Mammal
The Spirit Bear (also known as the Kermode Bear) was added to the list of B.C.’s official symbols in April 2006. The greatest concentration of Spirit Bears can be found on the Central Coast and North Coast of British Columbia. The Spirit Bear is not albino, but rather it is a black bear that has white fur due to a rare genetic trait.
Pacific Dogwood - Provincial Flower
British Columbia's Coat of Arms
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Steller's Jay - Provincial Bird
The Steller's jay (Cyanacitta stelleri) became the province's official bird on December 17, 1987. Coloured a vibrant blue and black, it is found throughout the province. This lively, smart and cheeky bird was voted most popular bird by the people of British Columbia." I was surprised if you think that's enough or a lot of info!!! :)