Faulder, British Columbia

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Faulder is a railway point located in British Columbia, Canada, situated in a large valley ten kilometers west of the town of Summerland. Named after Evelyn Robert Faulder, it consists of many large acreages and agricultural farms.[1]

Faulder has become an area of controversy lately as high levels of uranium have been found in the community's drinking water.[2]

49°36′40″N 119°46′55″W / 49.61111°N 119.78194°W / 49.61111; -119.78194

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