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With the dawn of the New Millennium, the inhabitants of Vancouver Island shed their links with Canada and British Columbia, renewed their ancient allegiance to the Crown and founded a new nation in the Pacific.

Vancouver Island is an independent Principality located off the western coast of Canada and is North America's largest Pacific Island. It stretches 520 km in a south east to north west direction and has an area of 31,284 sq km. The Island has a moist, mild climate and is made up of rugged mountains, rich valleys, temperate rain forests, alpine meadows, glaciers, pristine rivers and scenic fjiords.

In the southeast, on a narrow, low-lying coastal plain, are the nation's two major cities - the capital, Victoria, and the Free Port of Nanaimo. The principal industries are tourism, gaming, international banking, ship registration and technology. Aboriginal people began to settle the island several thousand years ago and many still live here.

The Principality is really a state of mind, combining the best of modern technology, robust economics and democratic political institutions with the ceremony and stability of respected traditions.

We invite you to tour the realm and share our vision.

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