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Embraced within the Selkirk Mountains, located in a valley, where the Columbia and Kootenay Rivers converge, Castlegar is a the second largest community in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia. It is also the junction of Highways 3A, 3 & 22. Highway 22 runs the length of the City, known as Columbia Avenue.

It is a regional trade centre with a local economy supported by forestry, mining and tourism
Castlegar was recently cited as one of the Top 8 places for most promising growth.

It is home to Selkirk College , with 9 satellite campuses In the region and The West Kootenay Regional Airport, with Air Canada Connector service from Calgary or Vancouver.

We have Three sister Cities: Embetsu Japan, Yueuyang, Peoples Republic of China and Stephenville, Newfoundland.

Castlegar is known as the Sculpture Capital of Canada.

Prominently, located in Downtown Castlegar, this program began as a Downtown Revitalization project by a Committee established by Communities in Bloom, and led by Sculptor/Collaborator Pat Field. This program has essentially branded Castlegar as a Destination.

Millenium Park , presents beauty of the wilderness and recreational activities.

Swimming ponds with a beach, Exercise equipment, BMX riding trails, Beach volleyball, pickle ball are just a few of the enjoyable activities in this park. Soccer fields are prominent here, as well as a concession building, and relaxing walking trails.

Castlegar has a Doukhobor Museum, Station Museum, & Kootenay Gallery, which present cultural opportunities for locals and visitors alike. Verigins Tomb, Zuckerberg Island, & the Brilliant Bridge are some of our major tourist attractions showcasing area history.

Golfing, World Class Kayaking and Fishing and an abundance of Hiking trails await.

Site web: www.castlegar.ca