Greenville Canal (Grenville Channel)
Greenville Canal (currently known as Grenville Channel) is a slender body of water between Pitt Island and the mainland.1 It was named by Vancouver after William Wyndham Grenville, a British statesman who lived between 1759 and 1834.2 The channel is 72 kilometres long and, according to the despatches, was used by the British Royal Navy vessels to travel between Kitimat and Metlakatla.3 It is a beautiful passage used today by cruise ships and the ferries that travel between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert.4
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Prince Rupert