When I was going to UBC, I'd meet people who had come from pretty much everywhere, and when they asked me where I was from, they were surprised to hear that I was born in Vancouver. So many people have immigrated to BC that BC-born people are a rare breed, I guess.
This challenge has brought that home to me again. I'm not sure that we've turned up a single premier or lieutenant governor with even one grandparent who was born in BC. (Both of my grandmothers were born in BC, but none of my great-grandparents were.)
I'm half tempted to pull one of the existing tags, and replace it with a succession of tags like England, Hong Kong, Ireland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Scotland, and so on, to try to attract the attention of people who might be able to connect the remaining unconnected profiles. (Probably starting with England, because Wikipedia says that Richard Moody's family was prominent, but it doesn't actually spell out the links between him and anybody I can find on WikiTree.)