British Columbia has eight large economic regions. Within these regions are 27 regional districts, 162 incorporated municipalities and more than 200 First Nations.
Regional Districts - The boundaries of the regional districts are large and span the entire geographic area of the province. Each regional district is divided into incorporated municipalities and regional district electoral areas for unincorporated areas .
First Nations - British Columbia is home to about one-third of all First Nations in Canada. The province is also home to individuals and groups who identify as Metis and Inuit, distinct from First Nation people and non-Aboriginal people. This site is not intended to represent all Aboriginal Groups and organizations in B.C.It does provide information to help you discover, learn about and build relationships with First Nations.
Learn about each community in British Columbia by expanding the list of the Regions below or visit our community search page to find something specific. On each community profile you will find detailed statistics as well as contacts for local economic development professionals.