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With Castle Fuels, you can keep your fleet running on the road with no hiccups. We serve the BC Interior with bulk fuel, DEF, lubricants and equipment. We’re an increasingly attractive supply alternative with competitive pricing and reliable service to both large and small customers. Castle Fuels features Petro-Canada products.
4941 – 46th Ave. SE, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 2W1
Talk to us today about the many benefits of obtaining an account with Castle Fuels. We would be glad to arrange both business credit accounts as well as personal credit accounts.
Salmon Arm is the largest urban centre in the Shuswap country of southern British Columbia. A tourist hub in the summer, Salmon Arm has many beaches, camping grounds and the longest wooden wharf in North America. Due to its convenient location along the Trans-Canada highway, it also provides a centre for business and shopping in the area.
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Salmon Arm is a city in British Columbia’s Southern Interior, in the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, with a population of 17,706 people (2016). Salmon Arm was established as a municipal district on May 15, 1905. Salmon Arm was separated from the district in 1912, but it was downsized to a village in 1958. Salmon Arm was re-integrated into the District Municipality in 1970. Salmon Arm was reincorporated as a city in 2005 and is now home to the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District’s headquarters. Throughout the summer, it is a popular tourist destination, with numerous beaches, camping areas, and houseboat rentals. Salmon Arm is home to North America’s longest freshwater wooden wharf.
The name Salmon Arm comes from its location on Shuswap Lake. The lake is divided into four “arms” named after large salmon runs that used to stream up the creeks that empty into it: the Shuswap Arm in the west, the Seymour Arm in the north, the Anstey Arm in the northeast, and the Salmon Arm in the south. Salmon Arm receives its name from its location on Shuswap Lake’s Salmon Arm.