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Driftwood and evening light at Craddock Beach, Pender Island. Between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia lie dozens of islands. Approximately six of these are large enough to support populations of between one thousand and twelve thousand people and are known as the southern Gulf Islands, of which Salt Spring Island is the largest.

The islands do not really lie in a gulf, but rather the Strait of Georgia. These islands were the home of Coast Salish natives, who lived off the bounty of the sea, including salmon and shellfish. The Gulf Islands region is increasingly referred to as the Salish Sea in honour of these early inhabitants.

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