Kelowna is a town on Lake Okanagan in the Okanagan Valley in the interior of southern British Columbia, Canada. It serves as the headquarters of the Central Okanagan Regional District. The name Kelowna derives from an Okanagan term for”grizzly bear”.
Kelowna is the third largest metropolitan area in the province with a population of 194,882, only behind Vancouver and Victoria. It ranks as the 22nd largest city in Canada and is the largest city in British Columbia to be found inland. Kelowna’s own city contains 211.82 square kilometers (81.78 square miles), and the census metropolitan area contains 2,904.86 square kilometers (1,121. 57 square miles). In 2016, Kelowna’s population consisted of 127,380 individuals occupying 53,903 private dwellings.
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