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Penticton, British Columbia
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    (1908- )
    Located in the Okanagan Valley between Okanagan and Skaha Lakes
    Population: 32,877 (2011)
    Motto: A Place to Stay Forever
    Nicknamed 'Peach City'
    Incorporated as a municipality (1908) and as a city (1948)
    It is one of Canada's driest cities.
    The headquarters for the Kettle Valley Railway was destroyed by a fire (1964).
    Bar brawls are a problem at night when as the clubs begin to close.
    It hosts a festival full of Elvis impersonators in June as it is disliked by some local folks.
    Rattlesnakes are a pest from its surrounding hills.
    It draws tourism as a popular summer destination.
    Summer and winter recreational activities are abundant here.
    It is home to over 80 wineries.
    Due to its peach harvest, it hosts the Penticon Peachfest every August since 1947.
    It was the host city of the Ironman Canada race (1983-2012).
    Its sister city relationship with Ikeda,Japan led to the creation of the Ikeda Japanese Garden.

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