Burnaby is a city located directly east of Vancouver and is the third largest city in British Columbia in terms of population. Burnaby houses over 205,000 people and is separated into a few different areas including Metrotown, Edmonds, the Heights, Lougheed and Brentwood. Burnaby is the home to Metropolis at Metrotown, the largest shopping mall in British Columbia with over 450 stores, a movie theatre and restaurants.
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Coquitlam is one of the fastest growing cities in Metro Vancouver because it offers affordable housing, scenic views and accessibility to transit, parks, shopping and outdoor recreation. Not only is it close to the Vancouver and Abbotsford International airports, it is also minutes to the US Border. In 2016, the Evergreen Line was opened allowing even quicker accessibility to and from different parts of the city and the Lower Mainland. Coquitlam
Port Moody, the smallest of the Tri-Cities, is located at end of the Burrard Inlet and at the bottom of Eagle Mountain. It is home to about 34,000 people and is 40 minutes from both downtown Vancouver and the U.S. Border. Residents that prefer not to drive can take the Westcoast Express commuter train and arrive downtown in 25 minutes or take the Evergreen Skytrain
Vancouver has consistently been ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world by the EIU research group. The combination of its natural beauty, mild weather, and economic opportunities attract people from all over. It is also one of the most diverse and multicultural cities with 52% of its residents speaking a language other than English. Vancouver