British Columbia Cities Map Quiz

Click the name of each highlighted British Columbian city.
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Quiz by Jiaozira
Last updated: November 9, 2021
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First submittedMay 25, 2017
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Fort Nelson
Fort St. John
Powell River
Prince George
Prince Rupert
Queen Charlotte
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Level 70
Oct 24, 2021
24/10/21 Fixed to remove double city-selector circles and added four more cities! I prefer having more cities to guess, but it can be difficult to choose, especially when half the well-known ones are crowded into a tiny area!
Level 62
Jan 28, 2020
How about adding Nanaimo?
Level 70
Sep 24, 2020
It is too close to Vancouver with the current size of the cities and such.
Level 23
Nov 9, 2021
I think you have Fort St James confused with Fort St John
Level 70
Nov 9, 2021
You're right, dunno how I screwed that one up! Thanks for the heads up.
Level 82
Jan 31, 2024
As a born BCian who has been to the city many times, I could have absolutely sworn that Prince Rupert was being displayed way too far east, and needed to be shoved west about 75-100km.

But I checked on Google Maps, and: nope! That's not far off! I had no idea it was so close to the Alberta border!!

Level 70
Jan 31, 2024
It really puts into perspective how far west Northern Alberta stretches! Prince George is almost directly to the north of Vancouver, yet only a 3.5 hour trip to the Alberta border. Meanwhile the trip from Vancouver to Alberta takes 8.5 hours and crosses multiple mountain ranges.

That being said, I believe Prince George is slightly too far east on the map, by around 50 kilometres.