Prince Rupert is a small port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Founder of Prince Rupert, Charles Hays (General Manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway), had many grand ideas for the city including berthing facilities for large passenger ships and the development of a major tourism industry, yet these plans fell through when he perished April 15, 1912 on the RMS Titanic. It has since become the land, air, and water transportation hub of British Columbia's north coast.
(Vancouver, Port Hardy, Prince Rupert)
For most people, arriving in British Columbia is a bit of a rebirth; the fresh air fills your lungs, the majestic mountains embrace you like loving mother’s arms, and your senses come alive.
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