Alternative History
City of Victoria
Timeline: The Era of Relative Peace

OTL equivalent: Victoria, BC
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms

Motto: Forever Free

Country Flag of Canada.svg Canada
Province Flag of British Columbia.svg British Columbia
Demonym Victorian
Incorporated August 2, 1862
Area 19.47 km²
Population 85,700  

Victoria is a city located on Vancouver Island (not to be confused with adjacent Vancouver) in the province of British Columbia of Canada. It serves as the capital of British Columbia.

During World War III, Victoria was bombed by TU-95 Bears belonging to the Soviet Air Force. Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18s would intercept these bombers. However, a massive Soviet fleet soon set up a beachhead in the U.S. state of Washington and British Columbia. Vancouver Island was occupied by the Soviets as was with the cities of Victoria and Vancouver. Resistance continued in the form of Canadian soldiers and RCMPs that used Vancouver Island's forests to stage attacks. The province, as with the two cities were later liberated by a joint U.S.-Canadian force that expelled the Soviets out of the North American west coast.