Investing in Lake Country, British Columbia

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Overview

Region:  Thompson/Okanagan

Regional District:  Central Okanagan

Lake Country is a district municipality with a population of approximately 13,000 in the Okanagan Valley region of British Columbia, Canada. It is a part of the Central Okanagan Regional District. In 2014, Lake Country was BC's fastest growing municipality, with a growth rate of 5.6%. This continues a pattern of rapid growth, as the growth between 2006 and 2011 was over 22%. 

The city of Kelowna lies to the south, while the city of Vernon lies to the north. As its name suggests, there are a number of lakes in the vicinity of Lake Country, and outside the municipal boundaries in the hills to the east. Okanagan Lake defines the western boundary of the municipality, while the entirety of Wood Lake and the southernmost portion of Kalamalka Lake are encompassed by it. The District of Lake Country is actively seeking new and diverse businesses that want to be part of an authentic, hard-working community that is rich in culture and history in a spectacular natural setting.

http://www.okanaganway.ca

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Community Size: 163.80 km²

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Kelowna Electrical Services Contractor for Sale is a business for sale in BC.

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