Edwin Lam 林玉德 


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Real Estate Associate Broker 地產代理  

Buying and Selling Real Estate in Metro Vancouver, BC, Canada,

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North Vancouver


   North Vancouver is located north and south of Trans-Canada Highway 1, on the North Shore of Vancouver, east of the Capilano River. The City of North Vancouver was incorporated in May 1907. Over 200 years after Captain George Vancouver's arrival on June 13th, 1792, it is the beauty and bounty of the forest that still attracts visitors and residents to the North Shore. Today there is no logging, only the enjoyment of the mountains, rivers and trees that continue to contribute to the economy of the North Shore.

    Few skylines can compete with the one composed of the Shores' six peaks - Black, Strachan, Hollyburn, Grouse, Fromme, and Seymour Mountains on a clear day. The brilliant black-green hue of the North Shore shines with freshness after a rainstorm. They sparkle so perfectly when snow coats the slopes. Mountain tops were the perfect places to get away from dirty old Vancouver, especially in cool weather. The Coast Mountains, which begin on the North Shore and sweep north along the British Columbia coast and through Alaska, are the tallest range in North America and among the most heavily glaciated.

    Mount Seymour, Grouse Mountain and Cypress Mountain are  3 ski facilities on Vancouver's North Shore. From July to October, magnificent adult coho and chinook salmon fight their way up the Capilano River to their spawning grounds and the Capilano Salmon hatchery. Other attractive places are Lonsdale Quay Market, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Cleveland Dam off Capilano Road, Grouse Mountain Skyride and  the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge etc.
 Transportation: Bus routes and the 400-passenger ferry Sea Bus connecting Lonsdale with Downtown Vancouver and the Skytrain.


North Vancouver Population in 2011: 48,196 people

North Vancouver District municipality Population in 2011 : 84,412 people


The Squamish Indian Band, the First Nations People who spoke the Halkomelen language  is still living in North Vancouver today.


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