The Regional District of Strathcona (SRD) is a regional district in the province of British Columbia, Canada. On February 1st, 2008 the Regional District of Strathcona was incorporated. The SRD region is the surrounding Bute Inlet and Campbell River (city) and extending to the W side of Vancouver Island.

"Origin Notes and History:
Strathcona Park was named for Donald Alexander Smith, First Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal, a Canadian pioneer and one of the principals in the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. On November 7, 1885 Lord Strathcona drove the last iron spike into the twin ribbons of steel that united Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific at Craigellachie in BC’s Selkirk Mountains."
[Cited: BC Government 2013]



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