Camosun


Camosun
   D Indian village on site of Victoria, B.C., 175; meaning of name, 175.

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  • Camosun College — Infobox University name = Camosun College established = 1971 type = Public (Post Secondary) community college president = Dr. Liz Ashton city = Victoria state = British Columbia country = Canada campus = urban/rural Lansdowne and Interurban… …   Wikipedia

  • Fort Camosun —    D Hudson s Bay Company post, afterwards city of Victoria, 178 …   The makers of Canada

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  • Victoria (Kanada) — Victoria Basisdaten Gründung: 1843 (als Fort Camosun) Staat: Kanada …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • CKMO — Infobox Radio Station name = CKMO airdate = 1993 (FM) 2000 (AM) frequency = 900 kHz (AM) area = Victoria, British Columbia format = campus radio owner = Camosun College erp = 10 kW branding = Village 900 slogan = Global Roots Radio class = B… …   Wikipedia

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  • Greater Victoria, British Columbia — Greater Victoria (also known as the Greater Victoria Region) is located in British Columbia, Canada, on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. It is a cultural rather than political entity, usually defined as the thirteen easternmost… …   Wikipedia