Incorporated in 1965, the main economic drivers of the Regional District of North Okanagan are agriculture, forestry and tourism.
Population centres include Armstrong, Spallumcheen, Enderby, Lumby, Coldstream, and Vernon. In 2006, the industries that employed the most people in the North Okanagan were Construction, Manufacturing, Retail Trade, and Health Care and Social Assistance.
Population: 81,237 (2011 Census)
Area: 787,190 hectares
Regional District of North Okanagan - Population Distribution 2011
|Armstrong||4,815||Area B||6,248 (1)|
|Spallumcheen||5,060 (1)||Area F||4,328 (1)|
RDNO Total: 81,237
Notes 1 - Population includes people residing on Indian Reserves.
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