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Vancouver is the third largest city in Canada.  One of the most desireable cities to live in the world. The west side neighbourhoods have large older heritage homes. There are apartments and single family houses here.  Many students of the UBC reside here because of the shortcommute.  Additionally, there are also many heritage houses in the area of Arbutus Ridge.  Communities consist of Central Vancouver (Downtown) the West Side, East Van, and South Vancouver.  Metro Vancouver has a population of over 2,300,000 people.

Transportation – Translink bus system, SkyTrain,

Schools – 220 public schools and 75 private schools, University of BC,  Algonquin College,

Granville Island – Has lots to do Produce Market, Hotel, Retail Shopping, Marina boat rentals, and many restaurants. 

Stanley Park – 1000 acre park, Walk or Jog on the 11 km sea wall, Aquarium, Biking, Live Art Market, Rose Garden, Swimming Pools, Beaches, outdoor theatre Malkin Bowl, lawn bowling, tennis courts and Restaurants. 

Science World – interactive indoor and outdoor displays, free shows in the Science Theatre

UBC and Vandusen Botanical Gardens – collections of magnolias and maples, Asian garden with over 400 kinds of rhododendrons, alpine garden, rainforest garden, herbs, a food garden and gift shop 

 

The west side has large older, heritage and high-end detached homes.

South Section has family-oriented houses with backyards and rental units.

Central Section (Downtown)  has many high-rise and low-rise Condos, lofts, townhouses and apartments.

East Van has a mix of older and newer houses. This area attracts the younger renters for the culture, community and affordability.

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