Kelowna, B.C.: A World Apart

By Dave Finn Kelowna, British Columbia, has now blossomed into a vibrant hub and the largest community in the Okanagan Valley with a population of over 115,000 — 167,000 if you include the Central Okanagan Regional District.  Newcomers have been lured here by the moderate year-round climate, warm summers with low humidity and little snowfall

By Dave Finn

Kelowna, British Columbia, has now blossomed into a vibrant hub and the largest community in the Okanagan Valley with a population of over 115,000 — 167,000 if you include the Central Okanagan Regional District.  Newcomers have been lured here by the moderate year-round climate, warm summers with low humidity and little snowfall in the winter. Kelowna also boasts one of Trip Advisor’s “Top 10 Canadian Beaches.” More

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