Greater Vancouver Local Directory & Community Resources and Info

The Lower Mainland stretches from Vancouver for quite a distance in the wide valley of the Fraser River. Some of these Nearby Communities make up the "North Shore", North Vancouver, West Vancouver and Lion's Bay, which lie north of Burrard Inlet to the north of the City of Vancouver. while others are between the Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River, including the City of Vancouver, as well as Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. South of the Fraser, and north of the American border are the remaining communities of Richmond, Delta, Tsawwassan, Surrey, and White Rock.

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Community Groups, Government Directory


New Listings

Here are some businesses and organizations recently added to the FoundLocally.com FREE Directory.

Watch for their posts of news, events, jobs, and flyers/sales!

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Updates & Stories

Here are some recently updated webpages on the Greater Vancouver FoundLocally website:

Rating & Reviews

Here are some reviews and ratings for local businesses, posted by consumers:

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Greater Vancouver Events

Here are some upcoming events held in and around Greater Vancouver:

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Community News

Here are some recent news announcements posted by local businesses, with their FREE Listing.

Community Groups

Here are some featured assocaitions, charities, not-for-profit gorups, and clubs:

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view listing for Need an Accountant CanadaFeatured ListingNeed an Accountant Canada

Find CGA accountants and accounting firms in Canada. Search by using the map or the search criteria: Map Quick Links, Accountant/Firm Name, Services Offered or Industry Sectors.

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view listing for Bard on the Beach Shakespeare FestivalFeatured ListingBard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival's 27th season runs from June 3 to September 24, 2016 in modern theatre tents in Vancouver's waterfront Vanier Park.

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view listing for Early Music VancouverFeatured ListingEarly Music Vancouver

For 45 years, Early Music Vancouver (EMV) has dedicated itself to fostering an understanding and appreciation of musical treasures from the Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods.

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view listing for Vancouver Kiwanis Music FestivalsFeatured ListingVancouver Kiwanis Music Festivals

We are the largest non-profit music festival in British Columbia, with five separate festivals encompassing over 8,000 performers.

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view listing for Mountain View Wildlife Conservation CentreFeatured ListingMountain View Wildlife Conservation Centre

Mountain View is a non-profit wildlife conservation facility established in 1986 to save rare & endangered species from extinction. Hourly a/v Presentations & Guided Tours around our Conservatory. Reservations Required in advance. Call 604-882-9313

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If your business is not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!

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Government

Here are some featured government departments, agencies, faclities, poltiicians, or candidates, at the federal, provincial, local levels:

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GovernmentSearch governments & politicians

Government agencies & departments can be at many levels: Federal, provincial, First nations, and municipal. Add your government organization and you can then post your events, news, jobs, and volunteer opprtunities. (see our TIP SHEET]

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view listing for School District No. 38 (Richmond)GovernmentSchool District No. 38 (Richmond)

Serving a population of approximately 200,000 people, teaching 22,000+ students with over 3,500 staff in 38 elementary schools, 10 secondary school, and one alternative school. 60% of students are from homes where English is not the first language.

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view listing for Sea to Sky School District #48GovernmentSea to Sky School District #48

Employing 456 teachers, support staff, principals/vice-principals and excluded staff to educate 4,300 students in 14 schools, ith an annual budget of $30 million.

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view listing for Vancouver Public Library  - Champlain Heights BranchGovernmentVancouver Public Library - Champlain Heights Branch

The Vancouver Public Library has lots of printed and collection of downloadable ebooks and audiobooks! Featuring popular fiction, romance, mysteries, sci-fi/fantasy and nonfiction for all ages.

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view listing for RCMP Bowen Island *GovernmentRCMP Bowen Island *

Providing police services to a country as large and diverse as Canada requires an organization that is both dynamic and well structured. The RCMP has changed with the times to deliver leading edge policing to all Canadians.

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view listing for RCMP CoquitlamGovernmentRCMP Coquitlam

Providing police services to a country as large and diverse as Canada requires an organization that is both dynamic and well structured. The RCMP has changed with the times to deliver leading edge policing to all Canadians.

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Community Groups, Government Resources, Links, and Stories

Vancouver Local Information

Buoy near Lonsdale Quay, in North Vancouver

The region has a colourful history, with the first nations who had settled here for thousands of years being friendly traders with early explorers and fur-traders.

The region really began to boom with the 1850s gold rush, and had a momentum of its own once the Canadian Pacific Railway reached the Port Moody and a bit later, Vancouver.


Vancouver Local Government

Vancouver's City Hall, one of several municipalities in the region

The Lower Mainland is made up of several municipalities, some of which are cities, some are towns and some are municipal districts.

Here are all the email contacts for your elected politicians.


Fraser Valley Information & Government

Abbotsford's Public Library

Several of the communities further east are still considered part of the "Lower Mainland", but are found in FoudLocally's "Fraser Valley" site.

These include the cpmmunities of Langley, Fort Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Mission and Hope.


Vancouver Community Organizations

View of distant Imperial Oil Refinery From Port Moody's Rocky Point

Local not-for-profits groups, sports leagues, churches and other religious organizations are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and volunteer opportunities.


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