One of our recent projects: THE KOOTENAY COLUMBIA CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION website. Three columns of About information on the main page
proudly calls the electoral district of Kootenay Columbia (BC) our home.
The electoral district has a population of 122,214 with 97,351 registered voters and 244 polling divisions.
Kootenay Columbia Conservative Association is in the southeast corner of British Columbia, bordering the Province of Alberta to the east, and the US states of Idaho and Montana to the south.
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Population centres include Nelson, Kaslo, Nakusp, Kimberley, Revelstoke, Fernie, Sparwood, Cranbrook, Creston, and Golden, along with several First Nations reserves.
Immigrants make up more than 10 per cent of the population, and aboriginal people about five per cent. Eighty-nine per cent listed English as their mother tongue in the 2006 census. Just under two per cent listed French and nine per cent a language other than English or French. German was listed by more than one-third of those in the non-official language category.
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The riding of Kootenay East first existed from 1914 to 1966. It was established as Kootenay East-Revelstoke in 1976, then named Kootenay-Columbia in 1996. In the 2004 redistribution, Kootenay-Columbia added about five per cent of the former Kootenay-Boundary-Okanagan riding.
Population: 86,811 (2006 census; a decrease of 2.1% since 2001).
Below is the community contacts and a bit of what they do. Please come and visit the area and join us in many of our activities throughout the area.