Greenwood in Movies, Print and Video
The New Old World of Greenwood City in Boundary Country
Talk about the City of Greenwood with any modern-day Canadian, and most will shrug with just one comment, “Where is that?”. When you visit Greenwood, something grabs your attention about British Columbia’s smallest city, a one-time candidate for the Provincial Capital, and the previous seat of the Provincial High Court. Everyone in the West knew about Greenwood in 1899.
Snow Falling on Cedars
1999 Universal Studios, an Oscar nominated drama, of a Japanese-American fisherman accused of killing his neighbour at sea.
A riveting tale of mystery, based on the award-winning best-selling novel.
Actors: Ethan Hawke, James Cromwell, Richard Jenkins
A Visual History of Greenwood
The story of Greenwood, a small mining town that was used as an internment centre during WWII.
Relics – Episode 3
Greenwood BC – Gold Trails
Greenwood (#14): The smallest incorporated city in Canada, Greenwood is also known as one of the last two great mining towns. It contained one of the largest smelters in the British Empire.
Deadwood Junction & Tarnish Turkey Cappuccino
Two Cowboys Getting Lost, Greenwood, BC
Merry Christmas from Boundary Country
Granby Valley & The North Fork, Near Greenwood, BC
Backroad Travel – Travel the beautiful valleys by road or by trail, with the Monashee Mountains as your backdrop. The Grand Forks ATV Club maintains rustic campsites along the rivers and trails of this fantastic region.
Deadwood Junction, Greenwood, BC
Spring Coffee at Deadwood Junction for the Two Cowboys Lifestyle Club in Greenwood, BC
Exploring Abandoned Mines
Providence mines are a group of smaller mines and one large mine to the East of Greenwood just a short walk from town.
Dogs Are Groomed at Country Suds in Greenwood, BC
Deadwood Junction, Greenwood BC
Onsite and Undercover – Stopping By for Our Cowboy Flat White Coffees at Deadwood
Hello West Boundary
Greenwood is the smallest incorporated city in Boundary Country — and in Canada.
Order an espresso ‘to go’ and take the Greenwood Heritage Walk — maps are available at the Greenwood Museum and Visitor Centre.
You’ll see architectural gems straight from the 1890s.
Jewel Lake, BC – 12kms From Greenwood
A hidden gem in Boundary Country, with rustic camping, fly-fishing, boating and hiking.
Senior Living Magazine – Page 22
Canada’s Tiniest City
A trip through the Kootenays would not be complete without a stop in Greenwood.
The Wild – Livin’ Free
Taken from The Wild’s new album, “Wild At Heart”