List of postal codes of Canada: V

This is a list of postal codes in Canada where the first letter is V. Postal codes beginning with V are located within the Canadian province of British Columbia. Only the first three characters are listed, corresponding to the Forward Sortation Area.

NASCAR Pinty's Series

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The NASCAR Pinty's Series (Série NASCAR Pinty's), commonly abbreviated as NPS, is a national NASCAR racing series in Canada, with one race in the United States starting in 2018, that derives from the old CASCAR Super Series which was founded in 1981.

Leone Caetani

Due to his family's situation, after the end of his marriage and to the rise of Fascism, in 1927 he decided to emigrate to Vernon, British Columbia, Canada, with his new partner Ofelia Fabiani and their daughter Sveva. He later become a Canadian citizen. In 1935, the Fascist regime stripped him of his Italian citizenship and expelled him from the Accademia dei Lincei; he died soon afterwards in the same year in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Neil Colgan Hut

The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada and is the highest permanent structure in Canada. The hut can accommodate 18 in the summer and 16 in the winter and is equipped with propane-powered lamps and a stovetop. There is one outdoor drum toilet at the facility. Reaching the hut from Fay Hut requires approximately 4 to 6 hours of glacier travel, or 8 to 12 hours climbing the Perren Route from Moraine Lake.

Alpine club hut

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The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) is Canada's national mountain club, based in Canmore, Alberta, the ACC has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineers since 1906. The Alpine Club of Canada operates the largest network of back-country accommodation in North America. Its network of 25 alpine club huts are scattered across Canada, predominantly throughout the Canadian Rockies. * List of mountain huts in the Alps Category I: these huts are usually situated at least 1 hour's walk from road transport or the nearest road and may have basic facilities. Some are tiny shelters near the summit of a mountain. In larger huts food and beverages may be served.

Phyllis Munday

John Ambulance brigade in North Vancouver, British Columbia. 1938 honorary lifetime membership in the Alpine Club of Canada. 1972 inducted into the Order of Canada. 1998 stamp imprinted in her honour. 1922 Parapet Peak. 1922 Isosceles Peak. 1923 Blackcomb Peak. 1924 Foley Peak. 1930 Mount Munday. 1931 Sockeye Peak. 1936 Silverthrone Mountain. 1942 Mount Queen Bess. 1946 Reliance Mountain. Honorary member, Appalachian Mountain Club. Honorary member, Ladies' Alpine Club of Great Britain (1936). Honorary member, American Alpine Club (1967).

Jim Haberl Hut

Jim Haberl Hut at the Alpine Club of Canada. Jim Haberl Hut at Air Reserve partnership announcement to build the hut. Jim Haberl accident article at

Walter Raleigh

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Mount Raleigh in the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, was named for him, with related features the Raleigh Glacier and Raleigh Creek named in association with the mountain. Mount Gilbert, just to Mount Raleigh's south, was named for his half-brother, Sir Humphrey. Raleigh has been widely speculated to be responsible for introducing the potato to Europe, and was a key figure in bringing it to Ireland. However, modern historians dispute this claim, suggesting it would have been impossible for Raleigh to have discovered the potato in the places he visited.

Peyto Hut

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The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada. The hut sleeps 18 in the summer and 16 in the winter. It is equipped with propane powered lamps and stovetop. There is a single outdoor drum toilet at this facility. Hut access requires approximately 6 to 8 hours of travel including at least an hour of glacier travel to get to from Peyto Lake, or 6 to 8 hours of glacier travel from the Bow Hut. Peyto Lake. Peyto Glacier. Wapta Icefield. Bow Hut. R.J. Ritchie Hut, (Balfour Hut).

Pigeon Spire

It may be one of the most climbed of the spires in The Bugaboos owing to its relatively low prominence from the Vowell Glacier and the existence of an easy route (the West Ridge; II, 5.4). It is not uncommon to have a couple dozen people on this route on a busy weekend. There are longer, harder routes on the spire's North and East faces. * West Ridge (II, 5.4) * Pigeon Spire at

Brenta Spire

Brenta Spire is a peak in the Purcell Mountains of the Columbia Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. Brenta Spire is the highest and middle of the three granite spires on a cirque west of Cobalt Lake.

Marmolata Mountain

Marmolata Mountain is a nunatak in the Purcell Mountains of the Columbia Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. It was named in 1930 by Eaton Cromwell because he thought it looked similar to the highest of the Italian Dolomites.

Ken Holland

Kenneth Holland
Kenneth Mark Holland (born November 10, 1955) is the current general manager and executive vice president of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League. Holland was drafted in the 12th round, 188th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1975 NHL Entry Draft. He played a total of four games in the NHL: one with Hartford, and three with Detroit. In 2009 Holland was listed at No. 2 on Sports Illustrated's Top GMs/Executives of the Decade. In 2017 ranked him 29th out of 31 GMs in their NHL GM Report Card.

Crescent Spire

Crescent Spire is a peak in the Purcell Mountains of the Columbia Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. Crescent Spire was named in 1933 by James Monroe Thorington because he was impressed with its shape.

Wapta Icefield

These are the glaciers that are part of this icefield: There are 5 huts which provide accommodation to mountaineers on the Wapta Icefield that are operated by the Alpine Club of Canada. *List of glaciers in Canada Peyto Glacier. Bow Glacier. Yoho Glacier. Vulture Glacier. The Crowfoot Glacier which was once connected to this icefield is no longer part of the Wapta Icefields. Bow Hut. Peter and Catharine Whyte Hut (Peyto Hut). Balfour Hut. Louise and Richard Guy Hut. Scott Duncan Hut.

Andrew Ebbett

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Andrew Ebbett (born January 2, 1983) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre currently playing with SC Bern of the National League (NL).

B.X. Falls

Falls is a small waterfall just northeast of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada. It is located just downstream from Tillicum Road's crossing of B.X. Creek. The falls are located in between Tillicum Road and Star Road, both of which branch off Silverstar Road. A trail runs between the two roads and a short side trail descends into the canyon off the main trail and allows visitors to see the falls up close. The falls are within a short but steep canyon along B.X. Creek just below where the creek passes under Tillicum Road. The creek flows into the canyon, flows through a couple of small pools before cascading 30 feet into a small clearing in the canyon below.

Josh Dueck

Dueck was born on January 13, 1981 in Kimberley, British Columbia and now resides at Vernon, British Columbia. He was a former freestyle skier and coach before he became disabled. He became disabled when he overshot a demonstration jump in March 2004, breaking his back and left him as a T11 classification. He told reporters, "I knew deeply and intuitively that it was a bad idea". Dueck has entered the 2010 Paralympics just 6 years after he became disabled. He won silver at the slalom for a time of 1:24.19. "I had a line in mind and I was able to stick to it. I took some chances, got lucky. Pretty sure I had some angels on my side for a few of those gates I was just clipping.

Mount Gilbert (British Columbia)

Mount Gilbert
Mount Raleigh is nearby and in prominence-terms is Mount Gilbert's "line parent", with a prominence of 484 m.

Hound's Tooth (mountain)

Hound's Tooth
Both mountains are Nunataks, sticking up from the middle of the Bugaboo Glacier. The Hounds' Tooth is composed of a coarse, fractured granite.

Mount Sir Francis Drake

Bishop, British Columbia Land Surveyor, others including Mount Queen Bess, Mount Sussex, and Mount Raleigh, as well as the Golden Hinde on Vancouver Island. Bishop's paper Drake's Course in the North Pacific was published in the British Columbia Historical Quarterly in 1939.

Eric Godard

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Eric Godard (born March 7, 1980) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey right winger who played in the National Hockey League with the New York Islanders, Calgary Flames and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Godard was known as an enforcer for his physical style of play and regularly dropping the gloves. His nickname is "The Hand of God".

Crescent Towers

Crescent Towers are towers just east of Crescent Spire and south of Eastpost Spire in the Purcell Mountains of the Columbia Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. Crescent towers consist of the North tower, two Central towers, and the two southern most towers named "Donkey Ears" because they resemble the ears of the animal.