There are two kinds of towns in the Okanagan (and most of BC).
It depends on the provincial roads that connect them. Some, as in Osoyoos, have a highway that divides the centre-right through its heart.
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Very often the highway, like Crowsnest, is literally Main Street – a ‘stroad’ that has looked essentially the same for more than half a century: broad, muscular, low-slung and unambiguous. Mid-century motordom, which even today, despite attempts to make them more friendly for people not in cars (which is the way most of them got there), are still car dominant.