In the province of British Columbia in Canada, a regional district is an administrative subdivision of the province that consists of a geographic region with specific boundaries and governmental authority. As of January 2020,[update] there were 28 regional districts in the province.
|Regional districts of British Columbia|
|Populations||674 (Stikine Region) – 2,558,029 (Metro Vancouver)|
|Areas||1,701 km2 (657 sq mi) (Comox Valley) – 118,663 km2 (45,816 sq mi) (Stikine Region)|