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About the Okanagan Valley

Situated on the eastern shore of Okanagan Lake mid-way between Penticton and Vernon, Kelowna residents and tourists alike find the lake offers wonderful opportunities for boating, swimming or fishing. The nearby mountains attract hikers, skiers and outdoor enthusiasts of all descriptions. Three major ski hills are within a one-hour drive.

With a population of 115,000, Kelowna is the largest city in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley. Bordering Okanagan Lake, Kelowna is well known for its hot summers and temperate winters. The average daytime high during July and August is 27.4 C and the average daytime high during December and January is -0.3 C. The average low is -7.7 C. The total annual precipitation is 366.4 mm. (280.7 mm. of rain and 105.5 cm. of snow).

Kelowna boasts all the amenities of a major city – fine dining, unique shops and a vibrant cultural life – yet orchards and vineyards thrive within a 10-minute drive of the downtown core. It has also become the main marketing and distribution centre of the Okanagan Valley, with a flourishing tree fruit industry and a growing light industrial sector that competes on a world scale. Best known for forestry and the manufacture of boats, plastics, fiberglass, body armor and oil field equipment, Kelowna also has a growing high technology sector that includes aerospace development and service.

Kelowna General Hospital is the largest and most comprehensive in the southern interior of B.C. with a full treatment cancer clinic, and a new 360,000-square-foot Patient Care Tower. There is also the new W.R Bennett Bridge which opened in May 2008, and has replaced the old Okanagan Lake Bridge (built in 1958) as the only vehicular crossing over Okanagan Lake. Named after former Premier William R. Bennett, the bridge is five lanes in width and almost 1063 meters in length. It remains the only floating bridge in Canada.

Lastly the Kelowna International airport is one of Canada’s top ten airports, serving over one million passengers annually, and now offering many nonstop flights to destinations all over the world. These and more are just a few of the amenities our beautiful city has to offer. One visit is all it usually takes to realize, this is the place to be…

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