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8188 Fraser Street, Vancouver


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Burnaby is a vibrant and sustainable city that has respect for the natural environment that can be categorized in three sections: North Burnaby, South Burnaby and East Burnaby.  The city of Burnaby offers great education, premier parks, recreation centres, shopping, transit, and golf courses.  Being the centre of Metro Vancouver, it has easy access to other cities as well. The city is surrounded by Vancouver, Coquitlam, and New Westminster. Burnaby neighbourhoods is a fun, growing community that consists of houses, condos, and townhomes. The number of Burnaby condos has been increasing with many high-rises entering the city.

As the heart of Metro Vancouver, you don’t have to worry about traveling around the city, whether it’s by car, transit, or bike. All major highways, routes connect to Burnaby, along with excellent transit services via SkyTrain and public buses. As an environmentally friendly city, Burnaby is a great city to bike around as it connects to neighbouring cities.

Premier Education in Burnaby
Living in Burnaby provides excellent education all through elementary to post-secondary institutions. Burnaby School District 41 offers numerous elementary schools (English and French Immersion) and secondary schools with a total enrolment of 24,000 students. There are 41 Burnaby elementary schools such as Morley, Cascade Heights, Chaffey-Burke, and more. Also, 8 different secondary school options, including Burnaby Mountain Secondary School, Burnaby Central Secondary School, Burnaby North Secondary School, and more. The city also has two post-secondary institutions, Simon Fraser University located in Burnaby Mountain and British Columbia Institute of Technology, one of BC’s largest post-secondary institutions. Check out the Burnaby School Locator.

Breath Deep and Dream Green
The city of Burnaby is home to diverse wildlife and a variety of species of trees. The best feature about Burnaby neighbourhoods is that it’s urban, yet natural. You can both enjoy the city life and nature at the same time. Major parks include Burnaby Mountain Park, Central Park Burnaby, Deer Lake Park, and more. Exploring the diverse Burnaby parks are a must if you’re in the area!

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The City of Vancouver consists of 23 smaller neighbourhoods and communities and can largely be categorized into three sections: Vancouver West, Vancouver East and Vancouver South. The city is known for its diverse culture and population through a large geographical area.  Popular neighbourhoods include Kitsilano, Kerrisdale, Mount Pleasant, West End, Oakridge, False Creek, Yaletown, Coal Harbour and more.  With friendly people, stunning views, and amazing weather, the city attracts many tourists as it is one of the best places to live.

Vancouver neighbourhoods offer a quality of life by providing various parks, gardens, community centres, golf courses, and beaches for people who love to enjoy exploring outdoors. The city will inspire you to stay active and wow you by nature's beauty.

The City of Vancouver offers diverse housing options, such as condos, homes, and townhomes with a broad selection of features in the heart of downtown Vancouver, by the sea, and more. With access to many Vancouver elementary schools and secondary schools, the city is an eco-friendly community, making it a great place to live in with children.

Get Artsy with Vancouver
Creative Arts and culture is an important aspect of the city of Vancouver. It is always filled with music, dance, theater, film, new media, festivals, and more, being a creative community. The city strives to promote arts, culture, and cultural diversity with access to numerous exhibitions, galleries, such as the famous Vancouver Art Gallery, other special events and cultural activities.

A City full of Green Space
Vancouver neighbourhoods consist of many parks, gardens, and beaches in the city. Our most famous Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, VanDusen Botanical Garden are just a few of the many easy accessible parks you can explore within walking distance. Many parks and beaches are dog-friendly as well that also offers picnic areas.

With easy accessibility around the city and stunning nature, the City of Vancouver is a highly engaged community.

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