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Chetwynd, BC

 Chetwynd is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and is situated at the junction of Highways 97 and 29 and the BC Rail mainline; Chetwynd is the natural transportation hub of the Peace River area.  The region contains a diverse history ranging from 90 million year old dinosaur tracks, hundreds of years of First Nations history to the famous Alaska Highway.

Home to approximately 2,600 residents, the population has increased little in the last 25 years but is significantly younger than the provincial average.  The age average is 33 years old.
Cool continental climate includes frigid winters and warm summers, with wind speeds averaging around 8.2 km/h, and about 318 mm of rain and 169 cm of snow fall on the town annually.  Chetwynd shares the same time with the province during the summer and is one hour ahead during the winter.
Renting:  New to relatively new one to two-bedroom apartment starting at $900.
Housing:  Two to three bedrooms with one bathroom starting at $300K. 
Education - Daycare centers, Schools and College
State-of-the-art education is provided through School District #59 (Peace River South) and Northern Lights College.
Daycare – 5
Elementary – 4 plus 1 French immersion
Christian school – 1
College – 1
Health Care
A team of physicians provide care at the Chetwynd Hospital and Health Centre - a 12 bed facility that includes acute and long-term care beds.
Sports and Leisure
Chetwynd Recreation Centre:  swimming/wave pool, fitness centre, skating, skateboard, racquetball, climbing wall, and different programs for adults and children.
Sports:  Skiing:  One hour drive - Snowmobile:  just up the mountains
Leisure:  Hunting, fishing, hiking trail, and camping.
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