Get To Know Kelowna, BC.
You probably know Kelowna for its reputation as being the heart of Canada’s wine country, but don’t be fooled — this eclectic year-round destination has a lot more to offer than just internationally recognized food and drink.
Depending on who you ask, Kelowna can be described in a lot of ways. The culture seeker might say it’s a lakeside paradise, offering some of the best beaches, restaurants, and artisans in the country. Ask the winter lover and they’ll say it’s a winter wonderland, with incredible skiing and quaint outdoor skating rinks. Ask outdoors fanatics and they’ll say that it was made for adventuring, from its many mountain hikes to historic trestle bridges and cascading waterfalls.
What we’re trying to say is, no matter who you are, or what type of vacation you are looking for, you’re going to find it here. Check out this quick guide to help you find the right Kelowna experience for you.
Natural Pest Solutions
There is nothing more important at Natural Pest Solutions than ensuring everyone goes home safe at the end of their working day. Our colleagues, our families, and our customers in Kelowna rely on this commitment. Safety, health and the environment will always be our first priority and there can be no compromise on this. Our colleagues are at the heart of our plan to enable the right people to do the right things in the right way. Health and safety are embedded in this plan and is the first item on our Colleague and Customer Promises; the framework for the culture of Natural Pest Solutions.
Education in Kelowna
Canada spends more per capita on public education than any other country in the G8. Canadian public primary and secondary (K-12) schools are free, accessible and offer high-quality education. In fact, the majority of Canadian parents choose public education for their children. The British Columbia Ministry of Education governs the administration, partnerships, and operation of B.C.’s educations system.
The Central Okanagan School District serves approximately 190,000 citizens living in Kelowna, Lake Country, West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation, and Peachland. It is the 5th largest and one of the fastest growing school districts in BC.
The student population is served by 43 elementary, middle and high schools offering programs in English and French Immersion, as well as free early childhood education programs.
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