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The population had also grown to include over 200 citizens.By 1904, Salmon Arm had acquired a reputation for having an excellent fruit harvest.Public beaches at Sunnybrae and Canoe are often crowded during the summer.Little is known about the history of Salmon Arm preceding the laying of the Canadian Pacific Railway in September, 1885.In 1951, Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh visited Salmon Arm while on a royal tour of Canada.On August 8, 1982, while Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and his sons passed through Salmon Arm, they were confronted by three demonstrators protesting "high unemployment and the way the Prime Minister was handling the economy." Trudeau infamously gave the protesters the finger; his gesture was caught on a single television camera and immediately used by some as, "a vivid symbol for those who thought the Liberal prime minister arrogant and hostile to Western Canada." However, to many Trudeau's response was seen as a commemorated joke.After retiring from the sport he became a rowing coach, before moving into finance and starting his own firm Financial Backer Corp.

Electricity came to Salmon Arm in 1913, with the acquiring of its first diesel engine and in 1928 Salmon Arm became a part of the West Canadian Hydro-electric company grid.

Salmon Arm is home to the longest wooden wharf in North America.

It is the location of the head offices of the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District.

Later on, in 1912, Salmon Arm upgraded its town status to an official city.

They did this in part to receive funds from the provincial government to assist in road improvement, which was still a continued concern, and also to build a public water system.

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