Logan Lake Resources

Logan Lake, B.C.



   Photo:  www.milehighresort.com


Population 2,162, with a 28.2% gain in immigrants between 2000 and 2006.
First languages:

German – 50

Dutch – 40

Danish – 10

Czech – 10

Visible minority population – 40



Shuswap Nation


Photo:  https://shuswapnation.org


680 West Athabaska Street, Kamloops



Mastering Aboriginal Inclusion: Creating Workplaces-of-Choice for Aboriginal Talent 




Questions to Help Guide Development of an Aboriginal Inclusion Strategy




As I Am, by Nadia Myre, 2010, National Film Board of Canada




Differences Between Traditional Aboriginal Culture and Mainstream Western Culture







School District #73 (Kamloops/Thompson)


Logan Lake Elementary School

4 Galena Avenue, Logan Lake

Phone: (250) 523-6215

Fax: (250) 377-2249

Principal:  Ms. Vessy Mochikas



New Logan Lake Library


Photo:  www.tnrdlib.ca

#70-150 Opal Drive, Logan Lake

Phone:  (250) 523-6745



Days/Hours Open:

Tuesday  1:00-7:00
Wednesday  10:00-4:00
Thursday  10:00-4:00
Friday   10:00-4:00
Saturday  10:00-4:00



Kamloops Infant Development Society (KIDS)

Phone: 250-371-4140

Fax: 250-371-4120

801 McGill Road, Kamloops

Email: kids@kamloops.net


This program is for children from birth to three years of age who are experiencing or are at risk for developmental delays. Funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development. It is free of charge and completely confidential.



La Leche League Canada


Phone: 250-573-5671

Kamloops, BC

Email: lll_kamloops@yahoo.ca


Kamloops Group Meetings: the last Thursday or Friday of the month.

The meeting locations are held in private homes, from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.  For information and meeting locations, please contact Lorna (group leader) at the above phone number and email address.



Youth Against Violence Line


This is a 24-hour help line.  You do not have to tell them your name, and the information that you give them is confidential.  You can report crimes and violence, and get help.  Anyone can call for information about gangs, bullying or other problems.  This service is available in 130 languages.


Phone: 1-800-680-4264; Text: 604-836-6381


24/7 – in your language – anonymous – confidential


Email: info@youthagainstviolenceline.com


Website: www.youthagainstviolenceline.com


PAL (Partner Assisted Learning)

PAL is a community partnership program that provides free one-to-one adult literacy tutoring. PAL supports up to 20 adults, from non-readers to Grade 12 level.  They generally have challenges with the literacy skills that are needed for everyday life. Scheduling is arranged to suit the learner and the tutoring focuses on individual needs. Support is available for those with ESL challenges.  All inquiries are confidential. PAL is run in partnership with Secwepemc Cultural Education Society, Thompson Rivers University and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Labour Market Development.

Contact: Cara Holmstrup, loganlakeliteracy@gmail.com


We suggest that you take a little time to experience the following website in order to learn more about intercultural Canada:


Start your interactive session with The Intercultural Coach!

Logo:  https://www.norquest.ca/home.aspx



In some countries, it is customary to give gifts or bribes to government officials in order to get a business license.  This is not the way that we do things in Canada.  Find out the proper procedures for dealing with institutions and learn how to ask for help or guidance.


District of Logan Lake

#1 Opal Drive, PO Box 190, Logan Lake, BC  V0K 1W0

Phone:  250-523-6225

Fax:  250-523-6678





Mayor Marlon Dosch

District of Logan Lake

PO Box 190, Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0

District Office: 250-523-6225 (226)

Home Phone: 250-523-9709

mdosch@loganlake.ca or mayor@loganlake.ca



Logan Lake Wellness, Health and Youth Society

31 Chartrand (Rec Centre, Upper Lounge), Box 640, Logan Lake BC, V0K 1W0

Phone: (250) 523-6229 Fax: (250) 523-6984

E-mail: why@loganlake.net





Logan Lake is ready for both residential and commercial growth.  In the past year there have been two new large developments, a new commercial sub-division has been built, and the first phase of a new housing development has been completed. With large investment in Highland Valley Copper Mine and exploration in the properties next to the existing mine site, our future is very promising.

Highland Valley Copper Mine employs over 1,300 people and in 2012, provided $450,000 to local charitable organizations and education.  An additional $279,000 was contributed to non-profit organizations to strengthen our communities.


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 Photo:  www.infomine.ca

Highland Valley Copper Mine Tours are offered three days a week during the summer:  Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 pm, starting May 23 and ending August 23 (children under the age of 12 are not permitted).

The guided bus tour lasts 2.5 hours, and includes interest points of the mine site and a video presentation.  Space is limited to 20 persons per tour.  Please reserve by calling:  250-523-3802.

Our annual Open House is Monday, August 5, from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, and is open to all ages.  There are five types of tours, some of which have age restrictions.



If you have a question regarding starting a business, contact the Economic Development Officer:

Derek de Candole at 250-523-6225 or





Economic Development Contact:

Derek de Candole

Economic Development Officer

Tel: 250-523-6225 Fax: 250-523-6678




Places of Worship:

Logan Lake Christian Fellowship Society

311 Opal Drive, Logan Lake




Logan Lake Pentecostal Assembly

237 Jasper Avenue, Logan Lake




St. Michael’s Parish

311 Opal Drive, Logan Lake




Business Resources



Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust
Small Business BC
Doing Business in BC
Business and Investing
Business Incentives
Business and Community Incentives



Starting Your Business
Business Plans & Templates
Trade Start
Industry Canada
Innovation Resource Centre
EI Programs



British Columbia immigrationwww.britishcolumbiacanada.com/immigration

Canadian citizenship site:  www.cic.gc.ca

Canadian citizenship information:  www.mavis.ca


For References, please see the Kamloops Education section.



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