Our Okanagan

A Valley of Dreams

Things To Do During COVID-19

Photo of people skating on a frozen lake - by Susan Heimsoth
Photo credit: Susan Heimsoth
Wintersports aren't just for the NHL

Many Okanagan residents are taking advantage of the many frozen lakes, including Okanagan and Kalamalka, to get out on the ice and have some (socially distanced) fun.

Photo of frozen lake water under a pier
Photo credit: Susan Heimsoth
Embrace your inner Shutter-Bug

Winter can make things seem quiet and still, and there's no better time to break out your camera and take some candid photos of the everyday beaty around you.

Aubry hiking with our daughter

Explore The Interior

If the outdoors is calling to you, the Okanagan is the best home base you can ask for. Even if you’re a little less ambitious (like us) the camping and wilderness beauty alone is reason to live here. From Osoyoos to Salmon Arm, there is just so much to explore.

More than just orchards & vineyards

Technology Hub

The Okanagan is rapidly becoming one of Canada’s centres of IT and innovation.

Great Local Food

Fresh local food is in abundance in the valley, as well as many regional & ethnic cuisines.

Educational Growth

From primary to university, the Okanagan offers excellent opportunities for young minds.

A Community of Skills

The Okanagan has long been a centre for manufacturing, forestry, and maker culture.