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The official website for the city of Salmon Arm is http://www.salmonarm.ca/.
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Facts about Salmon Arm
Salmon Arm is also known as: Salmon Arm, and Canada.
And some of the notable people born here have been: Brian Drummond (actor and voice actor), Kris Beech (ice hockey player), Rick Say (swimmer), Tyler Shattock (ice hockey player), and Greg Sczebel (record producer and songwriter).
Salmon Arm is represented by Mayor Nancy Cooper, MP Colin Mayes, Governing Body Salmon Arm City Council, and MLA Greg Kyllo.
Salmon Arm is a city in the Shuswap Country of the Southern Interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia that has a population of 17,464 (2011). It is on the shores of Shuswap Lake, where the Salmon River empties into the Salmon Arm reach of the Lake. It is a tourist town in the summer, with many beaches, as well as camping facilities and house boat rentals. Salmon Arm is home to the longest wooden wharf in North America. It is the location of the head offices of the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District. Salmon Arm became a city on May 15, 1905, and in 2005, its 100th anniversary of incorporation was commemorated with a minted coin worth C$3 local value. Directly north of the city, across Shuswap Lake, lies Mount Bastion.The largest employer in the Salmon Arm area is the forest industry and related businesses; however, due to economic conditions, the former Federated Co-Op sawmill has been out of operation since 2008, although the co-located plywood production facility has generally remained operational. The plywood plant is now owned by Gorman Bros. Lumber Lrd. The city benefits from access to the mainline of the Canadian Pacific Railway, which passes through the city.Tourism is also important to Salmon Arm, bringing many tourists from Vancouver, Calgary and Asia. Most tourists arrive during the summer season, either stopping en route to other holiday destinations, or to visit Shuswap Lake, often via rental houseboats and which has recreation residential communities and campgrounds all around its shores. Salmon Arm has several hotels, campsites and houseboat rental outlets.Relative to its size, Salmon Arm has a wide variety of restaurants and cultural attractions. Public beaches at Sunnybrae and Canoe are often crowded during the summer.
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