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Pros: water is great ,weather is fantastic , great place to raise kids , housing is affordable , low taxes , friendly people ,clean air
Cons: bus transit only one day aweek No family restaurant
This is a good place to live and relax
General info: when in town please visit our museum first
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2001 population: 666
 (Source:
Statistics Canada)

Greenwood is a city in the province of British Columbia. It is on Boundary Creek.

The city was named for the Greenwood mining camp in Colorado.


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Filming location for 1999 movie, "Snow Falling on Cedars"

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Greenwood Web sites
 Greenwood local government


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 British Columbia genealogy page (GenWeb)
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