Burnaby, British Columbia   

Burnaby

Burnaby began as a rural agricultural area which supplied nearby markets. In the latter years, it became an important transportation corridor between Fraser Valley and Vancouver, the Interior. Its name was taken from Robert Burnaby, who was a private secretary of Richard Moody, the first land commissioner in the Colony of British Columbia.

Within the city of Burnaby, Culture, Heritage and Arts are extremely important. There are a lot of wonderful locations to visit, including the Burnaby Art Gallery (it provides educational programs for children, adults and seniors, exhibition and community projects in schools, recreation facilities and community centres), Burnaby Eco-Sculptures (eco-sculptors make art from nature), Burnaby Symphony Orchestra (currently in its sixth year of performing successful concerts), Burnaby Village Museum and Carousel (small meeting or a large corporate gathering), Centennial Rose Garden at Burnaby Mountain Park, Century Gardens, Deer Lake Park (opportunities for launching a canoe, sailboating, boating, bird watching, sunbathing, hiking, wild-life viewing, or simply relaxing), Michael J. Fox Theatre (professional, community-oriented theatre which offers a beautiful, practical and affordable place for professional and amateur artists), National Nikkei Heritage Centre, Museum of Archeology and Ethnology, SFU Walking Tour and Art Gallery (it hosts six or seven exhibitions each and every year, both contemporary and historical, covering the full range of media), and Shadbolt Centre for the Arts (ideal place for small gatherings to big corporate and entertainment events - like for example meetings, award ceremonies, conferences, press conferences, gala dinners, weddings, festivals, recitals, concerts and craft fairs).

Burnaby and Metro Vancouver provides lots of non-traditional and traditional attractions all year-round. They include: The Burnaby Village Museum (self-guided tours which letsallows individuals discover the village and farmhouse at their own pace), Capilano Suspension Bridge (suspended 230 feet above and 450 feet across Capilano River), Gateway Casinos, Greater Vancouver Zoo (over 600 different animals inside 120 acres of wide open spaces within the Fraser Valley), Grouse Mountain (panoramic views of the city, oceans and mountains unfold as the Skyride, North America's biggest aerial tram system, whisks visitors to the mountaintop, 3,700' above the city), Harbour Cruises, Hell's Gate Air Tram (situated in the supernatural Interior of British Columbia, with peak spring levels, more than 200 million gallons of water flow through its 35 metre (110 ft) wide gorge. That is twice the volume of Niagara Falls), IMAX Theatre (offers individuals of different backgrounds and ages with larger-than-life-experiences that educate, inspire and entertain), Science World, Minter Gardens, Pacific national Exhibitions Vancouver Aquarium within Stanley Park (provides incredible creatures, like for example beluga whales, dolphins, and sea otters, and thousands of other fascinating creatures, from the Arctic to the Amazon).

The important technological businesses within the Burnaby area are: Petro-Canada petroleum refineries, Chevron Corporation, Telus, Ballard Power Systems, Creo (now part of Eastman Kodak) and Electronic Arts. Some major businesses comprise: Nokia, Future Shop, and eBay.




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Burnaby began as a rural agricultural area which supplied nearby markets. In the latter years, it became an important transportation corridor between Fraser Valley and Vancouver, the Interior. Its name was taken from Robert Burnaby, who was a private secretary of Richard Moody, the first land commissioner in the Colony of British Columbia.

Within the city of Burnaby, Culture, Heritage and Arts are extremely important. There are a lot of wonderful locations to visit, including the Burnaby Art Gallery (it provides educational programs for children, adults and seniors, exhibition and community projects in schools, recreation facilities and community centres), Burnaby Eco-Sculptures (eco-sculptors make art from nature), Burnaby Symphony Orchestra (currently in its sixth year of performing successful concerts), Burnaby Village Museum and Carousel (small meeting or a large corporate gathering), Centennial Rose Garden at Burnaby Mountain Park, Century Gardens, Deer Lake Park (opportunities for launching a canoe, sailboating, boating, bird watching, sunbathing, hiking, wild-life viewing, or simply relaxing), Michael J...
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