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Kelowna — Lake Country

Kelowna—Lake Country is a dynamic region with a diverse economy supporting agriculture, tourism and recreation, trade, and manufacturing. It is a regional hub for education, health care, professional services, and air travel. The Kelowna—Lake Country electoral district shares its boundaries with the portion of the Regional District of Central Okanagan lying east of Okanagan Lake. It is one of Canada’s fastest growing communities, luring migrants to the region with a combination of natural beauty, mild climate, recreation, and a full complement of amenities and services. The electoral district has a population of 131,342, with most residing in the City of Kelowna (pop 116,749; Source: RDCO).

Boundaries description

Consisting of those parts of the Regional District of Central Okanagan comprised of:

  1. Subdivision Central Okanagan;
  2. the District Municipality of Lake Country;
  3. Duck Lake Indian Reserve No. 7; and
  4. the City of Kelowna, excepting that part described as follows: commencing at a point in Okanagan Lake located at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 97; thence generally easterly along said highway and Harvey Avenue to Dilworth Drive; thence southerly along said drive to Springfield Road; thence generally easterly along said road to Ziprick Road; thence southerly along the southerly production of said road to the northerly bank of Mission Creek; thence generally southwesterly along said bank to the easterly shoreline of Okanagan Lake; thence due west across said lake to the westerly limit of said city; thence northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.