West Vancouver


WEST VANCOUVER spreads across the lower slopes of the North Shore mountains opposite VANCOUVER from the CAPILANO R west to HORSESHOE BAY. Originally part of the territory of the SQUAMISH First Nation, it developed from the 1880s as a small community of summer cottagers who, from 1909, were able to commute to Vancouver by ferry. The district incorporated in 1912, when its population was only 700, absorbing a string of tiny waterfront settlements, including Caulfeild, Cypress Park, Dundarave,...

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