Rated the world’s most livable city
for five consecutive years !
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Municipality Location
Vital Statistics

Legend:
    - Vancouver City
    - All of Greater Vancouver

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Dwelling Type Ratio

- rentals    - owner occupied
Age Groups

- under 19  - 20-39  - 40-64  - over 65
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Vancouver City

Vancouver, British Columbia, located on the western coast of the Pacific Ocean and at the foot of the Coast Mountain Range, is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in the world. Not only beautiful, every year Vancouver is ranked in the top three of most livable cities in the world. Combining beauty, safety, recreation, education, multiculturalism, and job growth, to make it a one of a kind city. Every year thousands and thousands of people flock to Vancouver to make it their new home, and who can blame them. The only knock on Vancouver is that it tends to rain more then your average city, but if you've ever spent time shoveling snow, you will come to embrace the rain.

When moving to Vancouver you will find that there are many different neighborhoods to choose from when looking to settle in. Each neighborhood has its own distinct and unique characteristics and figuring out which neighborhood is best suited for you can be a difficult task. Whether you want to live in a house or an apartment, live near the action or away from it, live near people within the same social and economic demographic, or if you want to be close to the ocean or not. These are all decisions that should be made with as much information as you can possibly have. Choosing the wrong neighborhood can lead to unwanted angst and stress, having to move and move until you find the right place can be time consuming and costly. That's why we've compiled all of the necessary and relative information on each community in Vancouver. So take your time, use our resources, and make an informed decision. You'll be happy you did.

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