Burnaby East

Burnaby is a city in British Columbia, located immediately to the east of the City of Vancouver. The city occupies 38 square miles and is located at the geographic centre of Metro Vancouver. It is the third-largest city in British Columbia by population with over 223,000 residents, surpassed only by nearby Surrey and Vancouver. Burnaby is a great place to live, learn, work and play. The city works to facilitate an engaged and active citizenry, a healthy economy and has real respect for the natural environment, as it boasts over 25% of its land as parks and open space. The city of Burnaby has 41 Elementary schools and 8 Secondary schools, including Burnaby Mountain Secondary and Burnaby Central Secondary.  [devider] Burnaby East consists of East Burnaby, Edmonds, and The Crest neighbourhoods. It’s a quiet, multicultural, suburban neighbourhood with two great parks - Burnaby Lake Park and Robert Burnaby Park. The commercial district in Burnaby East consists of restaurants and multi-cultural shops to meet everyone’s needs. Libraries and community centres are also available in the neighbourhood with great public transit. Major roads, such as Patullo Bridge and Kingsway is only seconds away from Burnaby East, making it a convenient location to get into Vancouver.
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Burnaby North

North Burnaby is a large neighbourhood in Burnaby, BC, that includes several communities like Brentwood, Cariboo, Central Burnaby, Willingdon, and more. It stretches from Boundary Road in the west to Burnaby Mountain with Simon Fraser University in the east and bounded by Burrard Inlet to the north and the Lougheed Highway to the south. It is a desirable community to live for many local and immigrant families which are reflected by real-estate prices that keep climbing and have doubled in the last 15 years. The city reflects real respect for the natural environment, focuses on environmental sustainability with high technology research and business parks.  [devider] Burnaby North has great access to scenic greeneries in the neighbourhood, such as Burnaby Mountain Park. Burnaby Mountain Park is home to Simon Fraser University that offers breathtaking views of the city. Living in Burnaby lets you explore outdoors easily without having to travel from the city as 25% of Burnaby land is designated as parks and open space. In 2009, Burnaby has been voted as the “Best Run City in Canada”. Not only it has amazing Parks and Rec but it also has shopping centres and amenities for convenience. Brentwood mall in Burnaby is one of the latest renovated shopping centre in Metro Vancouver with great access by public transit. Rapid transit is the most convenient factor in Burnaby, attracting a younger generation. It’s a great community to invest in as it continues to grow with
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Burnaby South

Burnaby South is a federal electoral district in British Columbia with Burnaby Lake, High Gate, Deer Lake, Metrotown, and more communities. It encompasses a portion of British Columbia previously included in the electoral districts of Burnaby—Douglas and Burnaby—New Westminster. Burnaby South was created by the 2012 federal electoral boundaries redistribution and was legally defined in the 2013 representation order. It came into effect upon the call of the 42nd Canadian federal election, scheduled for October 2015. [devider] Burnaby South is the ultimate destination for shopping with Metropolis at Metrotown located in the neighbourhood. Metrotown SkyTrain station is one of the busiest stations in the city and used by many individuals for a commute to work. Deer Lake Park is one of the most scenic areas in the neighbourhood with a peaceful trail that connects to a lake. It’s home to Burnaby’s arts and heritage amenities which holds diverse activities throughout the year. Burnaby’s Central Park is known for sports and recreation facilities with an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, putt golf courses, and more. Swangard Stadium in Central Park hosts diverse sporting and fundraising events in the city. Burnaby neighbourhoods are a great community to live in as you can enjoy the city life, yet escape to the greeneries in the city with diverse arts, heritage, and cultural facilities.
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New Westminster

Located at the centre of the lower mainland, New Westminster is the place to be. It’s the oldest city in Western Canada and was established as the first capital of British Columbia for its beauty and strategic location on the Fraser River. The city is known for a long and rich history and now brimming with excitement for a bright future. The urban community has maintained its small-town charm over the years and today, New Westminster continues to attract new families and businesses. Five SkyTrain stations that link the city, such as New Westminster SkyTrain station and connects to all different cities in Metro Vancouver. The city of New Westminster has close access to all major road, rail, air, and water connections which provides them a competitive advantage.  [devider] New Westminster Parks and Rec is what attracts many people into the city because it provides residents and visitors a selection of community, sports, cultural, heritage, and age-based centres. Locals love visiting New Westminster parks as the city grants many community parks in the neighbourhood. Queen’s Park in New Westminster is a very popular park that many families visit as it offers a wide range of outdoor pursuits with many horticultural features and trees. School district New Westminster is also another important factor that attracts families to the neighbourhood with great elementary schools and high schools. 
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