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Victoria City on se Vancouver Island, capital of British Columbia province, sw Canada. Founded in 1843, Victoria developed during the 1858 gold rush as a supply base for prospectors. Industries: timber, paper, shipbuilding, fishing, tourism. It also has a large naval base. Pop. (2001) 74,125.
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