Vancouver
Vancouver (/væŋˈkuːvər/ or /vænˈkuːvər/; Sḵwx̱wú7mesh: K'emk'emelay), officially the City of Vancouver, is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada.The 2011 census recorded 6...
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Vancouver
Promotional video about Vancouver, a city situated in the West coast of Canada. In 2005, it was officially named the best city to live in the World.
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Vancouver is the third largest city in Canada and one of the most beautiful on the American continent, a dynamic metropolis set in a beautiful location with ...
History of Vancouver
Vancouver is a city in British Columbia, Canada. With its location near the mouth of the Fraser River and on the waterways of the Strait of Georgia, Howe Sound, Burrard Inlet, and their tributaries, ...
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Timeline of Vancouver history
This is a timeline of the history of Vancouver.
Bodies of water in Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is home to several bodies of water within and around its boundaries.Of over 30 historically salmon-bearing streams diverted into underground culverts due to urbaniz...
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Lower Mainland Ecoregion
The Lower Mainland Ecoregion is the biogeoclimatic region that surrounds Vancouver, British Columbia, comprising the eastern edge of the Georgia Depression and extending from Powell River, British Co...
Climate of Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has a moderate oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb) with summer months that are typically dry, often resulting in moderate drought conditions, usuall...
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Vancouverism
Vancouverism is an urban planning and architectural phenomenon in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that is unique to North America. It is characterized by a large residential population living in ...
Demographics of Vancouver
The Demographics of Vancouver concern population growth and structure for Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Figures given here are for the Greater Vancouver Regional District, however, not for the...
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Economy of Vancouver
The Economy of Vancouver is one of the most energetic in Canada due to Vancouver's situation as the nation's gateway to the Pacific Rim, a major port, and the main western terminus of transcontinental...
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Government and politics of Vancouver
Vancouver, unlike other British Columbia municipalities, is incorporated under a unique provincial statute, the Vancouver Charter. The legislation, passed in 1953, supersedes the Vancouver Incorporati...
Public art in Vancouver
Public art in Vancouver is an important aspect of the urban environment. Large portions of public art are funded by the provincial and federal government. Up to 1% of the budget of a building can go t...
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Music of Vancouver
Vancouver, a city in British Columbia, is one of the major cultural centres of Canada. The music of Vancouver is diverse, representing the many peoples that live in the city, ranging from classical a...
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Media in Vancouver
This is an overview of media in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Vancouver has two major English-language daily newspapers, The Vancouver Sun (a broadsheet) and The Province (a tabloid). Both are publ...
Transportation in Vancouver
Transportation in Vancouver, British Columbia has many of the features of modern cities worldwide. Unlike many large metropolises, Vancouver has no freeways into or through the downtown area. A propo...
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List of roads in Vancouver
The following is a list of major and secondary streets and roads in Vancouver, British Columbia. The city is organised on a modified east-west/north-south grid pattern (with some allowance for natura...
Sports in Vancouver
There have been a wide variety of sports in Vancouver since the city was founded. Team sports such as ice hockey, lacrosse, and Canadian football have extensive history in the area, while the city's r...
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Squamish people
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