Peace River may refer to the following in Canada:
- Peace River (Canada), a river in British Columbia and Alberta
- Peace River, Alberta, a town in northwest Alberta
- Peace River (electoral district), an electoral district
- Peace River Country, a geographic region straddling the border between British Columbia and Alberta
- Peace River (provincial electoral district), a provincial electoral district in Alberta
- Peace River (meteorite), a meteorite fallen in 1963 in Alberta
Peace River may also refer to rivers in the United States:
- Peace River (Dillingham) in Alaska, called Gui-guok-lok by natives
- Peace River (Nome) in Alaska, a tributary of the Koyuk River
- Peace River (Florida) in Florida
Other articles related to "peace river, peace, rivers, river":
... Peace River in winter Aerial view of the Town of Peace River. ...
... beam, 300 ton cargo, 300 passengers) placed in service in 1915 by the Peace River Development Co, and later the Alberta Arctic Transportation Co ... (1924), operating on the Peace River until 1930 ... motor vessel operated by the Alberta Arctic Transportation Co on the Peace River ...
... Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) for a large-scale earth fill hydroelectric dam on the Peace River in north-eastern British Columbia, Canada ... If built, it would be the third of four major dams on the Peace River that were initially proposed in the mid-twentieth century ... Construction of "Site B", the Peace Canyon Dam, was completed in 1980 at a point 23 km downstream of the W ...
... in 1885 at Fort Smith, operating on the Slave and Mackenzie Rivers below Fort Smith ... built in 1888 at Fort McMurray shipyards to operate on the Athabasca-Slave Rivers from Fort Mcurray to Fort Fitzgerald ... Replaced by Athabasca River in 1922 ...
... provincial electoral districts (1979–1991) North / Central Atlin Cariboo ‡ North Peace River Omineca Prince George North Prince George South Prince Rupert Skeena South Peace ...
Famous quotes containing the words river and/or peace:
“but we wish the river had another shore,
some further range of delectable mountains,”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)
“What a terrible thing has happened to us all! To you there, to us here, to all everywhere. Peace who was becoming bright-eyed, now sits in the shadow of death; her handsome champion has been killed as he walked by her very side. Her gallant boy is dead. What a cruel, foul, and most unnatural murder! We mourn here with you, poor, sad American people.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)