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Coast Capri Hotel

1171 Harvey Avenue

Kelowna, BC V1Y 6E8

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UDI OKANAGAN Luncheon

April 26, 2018

How is Kelowna’s Population Changing

and What Does That Mean for the

Real Estate Development Industry?

PRESENTED BY:

Ross Hickey,

Economist and Assistant Professor of Economics

University of British Columbia

Kelowna’s population is growing and continuing to change. But who is it that is moving here? What dynamics are being introduced with the influx of Lower Mainland residents? At what point does a community breach a critical mass where it stops relying so heavily on feeder markets for growth such as Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton? What impact will the proposed Speculation Tax from the BC Budget 2018 have?

Join Ross Hickey, Economist and Assistant Professor with the University of British Columbia, as he takes a deeper look at Kelowna’s growing population and some of the underlying dynamics at play.

PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:

ECORA ENGINEERING & RESOURCE GROUP

NCA COMMERICAL INC.

TRAVELERS CANADA


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