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    Vancouver

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    Location: Vancouver is the largest city in British Columbia and the second largest in the Pacific Northwest region. It is a coastal city and major seaport located in the Lower Mainland of south western British Columbia, Canada. Population: The population of the city of Vancouver is 578,041 and the population of Metro Vancouver is 2,116,581. Vancouver is ethnically diverse, with 52% of city residents and 43% of Metro residents having a first language other than English. With a population

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    Vancouver and its Environment

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    Introduction Vancouver is known as a city of booming economy and natural beauty. Both were highlighted by the 2010 Winter Olympic Games: the economy in the ability to host the games and nature in the advertisements for the games. These commercials focused as much on the soaring mountains and lush forests as they did on the city itself. “To the untrained eye, Vancouver is one of those rare cities which seems to have achieved a delicate balance between urban development and scenic preservation.”[2

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    Ports A brief overview of the Port Metro Vancouver is mention here however the main focus will be on Kolkata Port Trust. All Blackberry products will be delivered by truck to Port Metro Vancouver to Kolkata Port Trust. Port Metro Vancouver The port is located in British Columbia in Canada on the southwest coast. The port covers from Point Roberts at the Canada/U.S. border though Burrard Inlet to Port Moody and Indian arm, and from the mouth of the Fraser River, eastward to the Fraser Valley, and

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    Vancouver Overview The Dazzling Canadian city Vancouver greets every holidaymaker from around the world with a fabulous range of attractive landscapes in the backdrop, fabulous refreshing rivers in and around the city, captivating lifestyle, diverse culture, tourist friendly gentry and ravishing nightlife. The tremendous and largest metropolitan of British Columbia, Vancouver presents an admirable coastline on the Pacific Ocean, dazzling beach fun and plenty of activities to indulge and make a trip

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    Impacts of Tourism in Vancouver

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    tourism is indeed an important industry that depends on culture and legacy.(Budeanu, 2002) Vancouver is feasibly one of the most prevalent tourist destinations in Canada due to many factors, from white-capped mountains to high-energy entertainment, and by recalling the most recent major event that occurred in Vancouver, the Olympics; it is evident that this city unquestionably has something for everyone. Vancouver is considered a developed country; many people come to this city to become inspired by

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    draft outlines my basic blueprint to research bicycle rental system. The research will lead to the recommendation of building a bicycle rental transportation system in Vancouver. Introduction From today to the future year 2030, it is appropriate to estimate that Vancouver population will increase by more than one million. Vancouver public transportation will hardly bear the pressure due to the largely increase in population. Other than population pressure, the public transportation is criticised

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    The Recent Wave of Hong Kong Immigrants into Vancouver This paper is concerned with the recent wave of Hong Kong immigrants into Vancouver. The stage is set for this discussion by first explaining some background behind Canadian immigration policy and then discussing the history of Chinese immigrants in Vancouver. From these discussions we are informed that Canadian immigration policy was historically ethnocentric and only began to change in the late 1960s. It was at this point that we see

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    Urban Survey of Vancouver I live in downtown. It is the heart of the Vancouver. It’s always busy and there are a lot of people on the streets most of the time. I believe that in my area everywhere you look you can see elements that identify that this is urban and is a part of Vancouver. The most obvious elements in downtown is of course would the high buildings. These are mostly the offices of the companies that may base in British Columbia, but also outside the British Columbia’s boundaries

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    My choice for this particular tourism destination is an island off of the coast of the huge Canadian metropolis of Vancouver called Vancouver Island. This particular island was ranked second in 2009 on Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards “Top Islands of North America;” Vancouver Island is a relatively large island with a population of 759,366 inhabitants. It is home to British Columbia’s capital city, otherwise known as Victoria. The island is separated from the mainland by four different

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    Land Use in the District of North Vancouver

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    Introduction Land use in the district of North Vancouver has been a very sensitive issue for many years. In this area, population growth has been substantial, especially because of the area's popular outdoor recreation opportunities. It is this relationship between population pressure and outdoor 'green zones'1 that is at the heart of the conflict in North Vancouver district. Residents are very passionate about, and emotionally attached to, the natural mountainous surroundings. Thus, when development

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