Central Okanagan J, British Columbia


Central Okanagan J, British Columbia

Central Okanagan J currently referred to as the Central Okanagan West Electoral Area and formerly known as the Westside Electoral Area, was created from the merger of Electoral Area G and Electoral Area H. The 2005 population was 37,638 people. In 2007 most of the electoral area's population transferred to the jurisdiction of the newly-incorporated District Municipality of Westside.


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