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The history of the Shuswap is just as interesting as region is today. Named after the Shuswap – or Secwepemc – First Nations – the area was a large settlement for the tribal band where they flourished, living off the region’s large habitat of fish...

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The Salmon Arts Centre

The Shuswap is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts who like to take the road less travelled. At area communities – both rural and urban – you can check out any one of the several outdoor events to enhance your visit. Read more

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Many live music events take place throughout the summer, showcasing an array of musical genres for all ages.

Darren Robinson

The 100th annual Falkland Stampede in May, the Enderby Arts Festival in July, and The Grindrod Garlic Festival in August – to name a few – all raise the excitement level in the region. What you may not realize are there are many weekly, local... Read more

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Mojo Tours

More than 200,000 people from all over the world will be visiting Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park from September 28 to October 21 to experience The Salute to the Sockeye, a one-of-a-kind, biological event that will be celebrating the dominant... Read more

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The wide expanse of Shuswap Lake makes it ideal for all-day cruising

Murray Foubister

This destination is a real gem on Shuswap Lake. Its located near the tip of Seymore Arm on the north shore of the lake and the five- to six-hour journey (if you’re coming from Sicamous) means cruising along miles of shoreline. Provincial parks... Read more

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Malibu Boats

Watersports are popular in many boating destinations across Canada and the Okanagan is one of them. Calm conditions, deep water and wide-open spaces all provide the perfect conditions. However, be sure to follow these five sensible – and important... Read more

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