In the year 1778, Captain James Cook, R.N, became the first known European to step onto what will become known as Vancouver Island. (Probably with the secret mandate to set up a British Base to re-invade the pesky Americans)Gradually, fur-traders, trappers, and other European settlers trickled onto the Island, and in 1843, the Chief Factor of the Hudsons Bay company, James Douglas, anchored off Clover point, Vancouver Island, and selected the site for Fort Victoria.
Popular Ethnic Neighborhoods In VictoriaEdit
British Town and Angloville are popular areas for a stroll.
Er, um, Beacon Hill is nice. Also Craigdarroch Castle. The Legislature has it fans, and is yet again inhabited by some drunk driver, much to the everlasting chagrin of Victorians, who mostly didn't vote for him.
Famous People From VictoriaEdit
Nelly Furtado, Steve Nash, David Foster.
A Typical Day In VictoriaEdit
Strange Laws in VictoriaEdit
Locals are prohibited from sniping at Yankee tourists between 4 and 5 PM. (Tea-time). Men over the age of 18 are required to carry swords at all times (this law is still on the books!).