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West Kelowna

West Kelowna, British Columbia is located on the central western shores of Okanagan Lake, on Highway 97. West Kelowna is home to just over 32,000 people and is the primary gateway to Central Okanagan.

 West Kelowna was originally incorporated in 2007 and re-named as West Kelowna in 2009. Known for its spectacular landscapes, West Kelowna is home to Mt. Boucherie, a dormant volcano, and the Wine Trail, which features many wineries with world-renowned wine.