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Porcher Island (Northern BC)
  1. Haysport (Port Edward, 16km) - Leave a Public Review
  2. Meanlaw 24 (Port Edward, 16km) - Leave a Public Review
  3. Porcher Island (Port Edward, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
4. Port Edward (District) / De Horsey Island / Ecstall River / Inverness Channel / Khyex River / Kloiya Bay / Lelu Island (Port Edward, 16km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (250) 628-3667 - Leave a Public Review
After Rear-Admiral Algernon F.R. de Horsey, RN, commanding the Pacific Station 1876-9.
5. Port Essington (Port Edward, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
The site of this settlement was known to the Indians as 'Spokshute,' meaning 'the autumn camp ground.'
  6. Prudhomme Lake Park (Port Edward, 16km) - Leave a Public Review
7. Sockeye (Port Edward, 16km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Sockeye - This rail point is one of various places in British Columbia bearing this name.
8. Aiyansh (Prince Rupert, 26km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
From the Nisgha Indian word meaning 'early leaves,' or 'leafing early.'
  9. Diana Lake Park (Prince Rupert, 26km) - Leave a Public Review
10. Digby Island (Prince Rupert, 26km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
After Henry Almarus Digby, second lieutenant aboard HMS Malacca when she was on the Pacific Station in 1866-7.
11. Dodge Cove / Casey Cove (Prince Rupert, 26km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
After Major W.A. Casey, topographical engineer with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, who camped on nearby Casey Point in 1906. He was killed in France in 1916.