Christie Memorial Provincial Park
Looking over Lake Skaha from the park
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The park was established on 5 October 1965, in remembrance of RCAF Pilot Officer Robert G. Christie, DFM. Christie was serving as a Navigator (flight officer) with No. 97 Squadron RAF when he was killed in action 23 September 1943. As the only serviceman from Okanagan Falls killed in action during World War II, this Provincial Park was named after him.
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