Prince Rupert, British Columbia

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Prince Rupert, BC

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Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert BC is located along Highway 16, 724 kim west of Prince George. The population is around 16,000.

Prince Rupert is situated on the waterfront of the Pacific Ocean. The harbour is an import and export centre that has a deep ice-free harbour. It also has a terminal for BC Ferries. If is referred to as "The Fishing Capital of Canada's Northwest Coast". You can take Harbour Tours or go on your own Fishing Charters for a few hours or for the day.

The Prince Rupert Museum contains many artifacts of the area and is considered one of the best in British Columbia.

North Pacific Cannery Village and Marine Museum, 20 km from Prince Rupert is one of the main attractions.

Other attractions are the Performing Arts Centre, Oildfield Creek Fish Hatchery, Kwimitsa Sation, Fire Hall Museum.

Prince Rupert, British Columbia