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Greenwood is the smallest city in Canada. After its peak population of over 3 000 in the mid 1900's, the smelter and mines closing, its remaining population dwindled down to a population according to the 1931 census of only 171. By the 1941 census grown to only 363. Greenwood was brought back to life during World War II when the City council asked that Japanese-Canadians that were being displaced from the West Coast could be brought to live in Greenwood for the duration of the War, nearly 1200 came to Greenwood, many of them settled here after the war had ended.

Thing To Do

Greenwood Museum
Boundary Creek Provincial Park
Jewel Lake Provincial Park
Conkle Lake Provincial Park


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