Oliver is a town near the south end of the Okanagan Valley in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, with a population of nearly 5,000 people. It is located along the Okanagan River by Tuc-el-nuit Lake between Osoyoos and Okanagan Falls, and is labeled as the Wine Capital of Canada by Tourism British Columbia. It was once "The Home of the Cantaloupe" as well as the "Home of the International Horseshow."
All of life's essentials are conveniently located minutes from your door which means you can get more done in less time. Grab a fresh coffee on your way to work, meet your friends for dinner or stop at an ATM on your drive home.
Toronto's vast range of amenities continues to expand and give you more options for dining, shopping and entertainment for all ages. With endless opportunities to live and play, you're never far from the conveniences you want and need.
Connectivity is an integral part of Kensington's design. Kensington Boulevard, a major roadway, connects the north and south ends of the community and supports safe and efficient travel for all modes of transportation whether you want to walk, bike, drive or use public transit.
Residents also have convenient access to the city's North Industrial district via 33rd Street where a hub of industrial and retail development resides. To the south, 22nd Street leads to Saskatoon's lively downtown core in only minutes where shopping, business and entertainment intermingle.