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Vancouver is located on the shores of a magnificent bay, surrounded by high green mountains. The city, which has been voted the best on the planet three times, is the fastest-growing city in Canada. Here, modern conveniences and proximity to nature are surprisingly combined, and the cultures of many peoples are intertwined.
Vancouver is a city on the west coast of Canada, the largest settlement in the province of British Columbia, and the third largest in Canada. The city itself has a population of 631,486 (according to the 2016 census). The Greater Vancouver metropolitan area is home to over 2,463,431 people. It is the most ethnically and linguistically diverse city in the country with 52% of its residents speaking a language other than English as their first.
Surrey is a city in British Columbia, Canada. It is located south of the Fraser River on the Canada-United States border. It is part of the Metro Vancouver Regional District and the Metropolitan Area. Surrey is mainly a suburb and is the second-largest city in the province after Vancouver, and the third-largest in terms of area after Abbotsford and Prince George. Seven city districts are Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey, and the city center, which also includes Whalley.
Burnaby is a city in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Canada, with a population of about 250,000 people (according to the 2021 census). It is located in the center of the Burrard Peninsula and is adjacent to the city of Vancouver to the west.
Richmond is a coastal city in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Canada. It occupies almost the entire territory of Lulu Island (with the exception of Queensboro), located between two parts of the Fraser River. As of 2022, the city's population is estimated at 230,584 people.