Golden is a town located in the Columbia-Shuswap area in southeastern BC, and is near to the BC-Alberta border. It’s home to just under 4,000 people: 15% are seniors 65+. Historically, the town has been associated with the logging industry, and got its name in 1884 as a one-up over a nearby lumber camp that had been called “Silver City”. Golden is also known as the home of Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge, which is longest freestanding timber frame bridge in Canada.
Phone: (250) 344-6866
Community Contact List:
Local Community Contact List – Golden
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