Before the first house was built in 1891, the Coast Salish knew the stretch of land along the Burrard Inlet by the name “Khupkhahpay’ay”.
Kerrisdale is located in Vancouver’s west side. A primarily residential area, this quiet neighbourhood has a mix of older and newer houses.
Mount Pleasant has undergone an amazing transformation since the 1990’s, opening new businesses and changing the landscape of the community.
Kitsilano runs along the south shore of English Bay and between Point Grey and Grandville Island. The neighbourhood is also known as ‘Kits’.
Dunbar is situated in the South West of Vancouver’s Downtown. This is also a beautiful residential area where you can feel at a glance how safe and quiet this community is. The long peaceful avenues are […]
Steveston is a beautiful fishing village with a laid back atmosphere, great food and rich history. If you’re a fan of ABC’s Once Upon a Time, you already know Steveston is kind of a magical place. For those of you who are not familiar with this fairytale-like side of Steveston, we’ve prepared a photo guide.
Downtown is the heart of culture and business but there is way more to see in this part of the city. Take a virtual walk with our photo essay!
Visit the most interesting Vancouver farms where people are passionate about sharing farming education to both children and adults.
Riverdale and a newer Terra Nova neighbourhoods are surrounded by water on the west and north.
Explore Strathcona, the oldest residential neighbourhood in Vancouver, BC and the place were Jimi Hendrix spent much of his childhood years.
One of the most beautiful places in Richmond in an exclusive photo essay. Seafair’s small businesses, West Dyke Trail and Garry Point’s sunsets.
The charismatic West End, Strathcona and Point Grey. These are the three oldest Vancouver neighbourhoods featured in our photo essay.
One of Vancouver’s smallest neighbourhoods, South Cambie is a small strip of land that is wedged between two completely different areas of the city – you have the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Park with the best views of the city on one side and the upscale and high-priced Shaughnessy on the other. The neighbourhood is bounded by Oak and Cambie streets, and West 16th and 41st Avenues.
Kitsilano is located in Vancouver’s West Side along the shores of English Bay, and it’s one of the city’s most popular neighbourhoods to live in. Even if you’re not lucky enough to call Kitsilano your home, you’ve probably visited the famous Kits Beach, named one of the “top 10 best city beaches in the world” for its scenic views of the city and great outdoor fitness facilities, or the beautiful Varnier Park.
Almost entirely a residential area, Shaughnessy is home to approximately 2,970 households spread over 447 hectares of land. Residents of Shaughnessy enjoy a good and central location; the lovely neighbourhood is the city’s geographic heart and its borders are 16th Avenue in the north, 41st Avenue in the south, Oak Street in the east, and Arbutus Street in the west.