North Shore, British Columbia
The Cities of North Vancouver and West Vancouver are a waterfront region on the North Shore separated from Vancouver, BC by Burrard Inlet.
Is thickly populated with various private and tall buildings in Central Lonsdale and Lower Lonsdale. The City has much in the same as the District Municipality of North Vancouver and West Vancouver. Together these three regions are the North Shore. The contrasts between the two “North Vans” are most clear to their inhabitants.
Has quaint villages and areas such as Ambleside, Caufield, Dunderave, Horseshoe Bay and Park Royal. With many major development projects underway, the population is expected to multiply as more people choose to reside within the City’s unique neighbourhoods. There is so much to see and do on the North Shore. With a multitude of amenities, arts and entertainment, shopping, dining, and public open spaces, residents currently enjoy a unique lifestyle that balances a rich community history with cultural diversity and natural beauty. During this exciting time of growth, the City continues to evolve, delivering economic development to the community. Connected to Vancouver by the Lions Gate and Iron Workers Memorial Bridges and the SeaBus.