Regional District: Okanagan-Similkameen
The Town of Oliver, "Wine Capital of Canada", is located in the south Okanagan Valley between Mount Kobau and Mount Baldy. The municipality spans over 500 hectares and is surrounded by over 35 wineries. Oliver and surrounding Electoral Area C is known for its diverse selection of wines and fruits, walking trails and other recreational activities. Oliver combines small town charm [population 4,928] with big city amenities. The natural setting and promity to Penticton, Vancouver and the United States completes our desirable setting.
Oliver was named after BC Premier John Oliver and has a rich agricultural history. Oliver was incorporated on December 31, 1945.
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