Mackenzie (Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, V0J 2C0)
1. Crysdale Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
After C.R. Crysdale, in charge of the survey of the natural resources of the Cariboo and upper Peace River areas made by the PGE Railway in 1929-30.
2. Mackenzie (District) / Bernard Creek / Morfee Lakes / Old Friend Mountain / Philip Creek / Mount Selwyn Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (250) 997-3221 - Leave a Public Review
Bernhard Creek flows into Peace Arm of Williston L. In September 1828 the I-IBC engagé carrying Sir George Simpson on his back from the canoe to the shore slipped, and the two fell into the water. Simpson named the stream after the man.
  3. Lemoray Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
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5. Kennedy (Mcleod Lake, 38km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Kennedy - After John A. Kennedy, manager of the PGE Railway (now BCR) from 1948 to 1952.
6. McLeod Lake / Carp Lake / Hammett Creek / Iroqouis Creek / McDougall River / McIntyre Lake / Nation River / Wrede Creek (McLeod Lake, 38km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Simon Fraser makes mention in his journal, in June 1806, of Carp Lake, 'where there are immense numbers of fish of the Carp kind.'
  7. Pack River 2 (McLeod Lake, 38km) - Leave a Public Review
8. Whiskers Point Park (McLeod Lake, 38km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Whiskers Point Park - After a whiskered squatter who settled here around 1914, expecting the PGE (now BCR) line to be built through here.
9. Angusmac (Bear Lake, 96km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
on the BCR north of Prince George. After a man of Indian-Scottish descent named Angus or Angus Mac.
10. Anzac (Bear Lake, 96km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
After the nearby Anzac River, named for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps of World War I renown.
11. Bear Lake / Parsnip River / Peculiar Lake / Weedon Creek (Bear Lake, 96km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Parsnip River - R.M. Patterson mentions the 'almost tropical growth of the giant cow parsnip from which the river gets its name.'