Definition of British Columbia in English:

British Columbia

Syllabification: Brit·ish Co·lum·bi·a
A province on the western coast of Canada; population 4,113,487 (2006); capital, Victoria. Formed in 1866 by the union of Vancouver Island and the mainland area, then called New Caledonia, the province includes the Queen Charlotte Islands.

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