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Population & demographics

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Population age (%)

0-19 (20%)20-34 (21%)35-49 (19%)50-64 (20%)65+ (20%)


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Single person (31%)Multi person (7%)Single Family (62%)

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Owners (70%)Renters (30%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (91%)Others (6%)Punjabi (Panjabi) (2%)

Kamloops is a hidden gem in the heart of the BC Interior. Roughly two hours north of Kelowna and four hours northeast of Vancouver, Kamloops is teeming with natural beauty. Lakes, rivers, and mountains abound here, which makes it a paradise for anyone who loves outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, golfing, cycling, and skiing and snowboarding at Sun Peaks Resort. Beyond the summer and winter activities that abound here, there are also several family-friendly amenities, affordable housing, and top-rated schools. In fact, the relatively small city of Kamloops is home to three private schools, an International Baccalaureate program, a French Immersion program, and an autistic program. It even has a university nearby, Thompson Rivers University. Further, Kamloops has plenty of areas that are ideal for families, filled with safe, quiet neighbourhoods, and lots of spacious housing options, ranging from bungalows to detached and semi-detached homes. However, you can also find several smaller options, like condos, mobile homes, and townhouses in this Interior city. Some of the top neighbourhoods in Kamloops include Aberdeen, Pineview Valley, Juniper Ridge, and Westsyde. Home to just over 100,000 residents, Kamloops is full of small town charm. That said, it doesn’t compromise on modern amenities, with plenty to do and see for residents of all ages. Lastly, getting to and from Kamloops is relatively easy. Though you might think the city is more remote than others in BC, it has its own regional airport, the Kamloops Airport, as well as multiple bus lines, including eBus and Rider Express. In addition, the city has its own Via Rail station, connecting it with Vancouver, Alberta, and the rest of Canada. Overall, if you’re looking for a lifestyle that perfectly balances fun, affordability, natural beauty, and economic opportunities, Kamloops is for you.