|City of Vancouver British Columbia|
|Coordinates: 49°15′N 123°6′W / 49.25°N 123.1°W / 49.25; -123.1|
|Vancouver British Columbia Country||Canada|
|Vancouver British Columbia Province||British Columbia|
|Vancouver British Columbia Region||Lower Mainland|
|Vancouver British Columbia Regional District||Metro Vancouver|
|Vancouver British Columbia Incorporated||1886|
|Vancouver British Columbia Government|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Mayor||Gregor Robertson (Vision Vancouver)|
|Vancouver British Columbia - City Council|
|Vancouver British Columbia Area|
|Vancouver British Columbia - City||114.67 km2 (44.3 sq mi)|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Metro||2,878.52 km2 (1,111.4 sq mi)|
|Vancouver British Columbia Elevation||2 m (7 ft)|
|Vancouver British Columbia Population (Census 2006)|
|Vancouver British Columbia - City||578,041 (Ranked 8th)|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Density||5,335/km2 (13,817.6/sq mi)|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Urban||2,116,581Metro Vancouver|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Metro||2,373,612 Lower Mainland|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Demonym||Vancouverite|
|Vancouver British Columbia Time zone||PST (UTC−8)|
|Vancouver British Columbia - Summer (DST)||PDT (UTC−7)|
|Vancouver British Columbia Postal code span||V5K to V6Z|
|Vancouver British Columbia Area code(s)||604, 778|
|Vancouver British Columbia NTS Map||092G03|
|Vancouver British Columbia GNBC Code||JBRIK|
|Vancouver Poplulation in Year||Vancouver Population||Greater Vancouver|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1891||13,709||Grater Vancouver Population - 21,887|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1901||26,133||Grater Vancouver Population - 42,926|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1911||100,401||Grater Vancouver Population - 164,020|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1921||117,217||Grater Vancouver Population - 232,597|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1931||246,593||Grater Vancouver Population - 347,709|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1941||275,353||Grater Vancouver Population - 393,898|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1951||344,833||Grater Vancouver Population - 562,462|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1956||365,844||Grater Vancouver Population - 665,564|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1961||384,522||Grater Vancouver Population - 790,741|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1966||410,375||Grater Vancouver Population - 892,853|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1971||426,256||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,028,334|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1976||410,188||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,085,242|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1981||414,281||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,169,831|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1986||431,147||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,266,152|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1991||471,644||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,602,590|
|Vancouver BC Population in 1996||514,008||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,831,665|
|Vancouver BC Population in 2001||545,671||Grater Vancouver Population - 1,986,965|
|Vancouver BC Population in 2006||578,041||Grater Vancouver Population - 2,116,581|
|Vancouver BC Population in 2007||611,869||Grater Vancouver Population - 2,249,725|
|Vancouver BC Canucks||Ice hockey||National Hockey League||General Motors Place|
|BC Lions||Football||Canadian Football League||BC Place Stadium|
|Vancouver Canadians||Baseball (Single A Short Season)||Northwest League||Nat Bailey Stadium|
|Vancouver Whitecaps FC||Soccer||USL First Division (men's)
|Vancouver BC Giants||Ice hockey||Western Hockey League||Pacific Coliseum|
|Vancouver BC Titans||Basketball||International Basketball League||Langley Events Centre|
|People's Republic of China||Guangzhou||Guangdong||1985|
Vancouver is a coastal city of British Columbia in Canada. Vancouver is located at the face of the Fraser River. Vancouver is surrounded by the Strait of Georgia, Howe Sound, Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River.
Vancouver is a place of meeting for the people in thousands of the years ago. People do the business and defrayal in Vancouver city.
At first, An American Merchant Robert Gray is entered into the ‘Vancouver Columbia River’ in May, 1792. Later, British Lieutenant William Broughton and his Captain George Vancouver are discovered 100 miles of land near the river. The Lieutenant William Broughton was named the area ‘Vancouver’ for his captains’ honor.
The American travelers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were camped near the Vancouver riverside on western trip in 1806. Lewis distinguished the area as “the only desired situation for settlement west of the Rocky Mountains.”
Dr. John Mc.Loughlin called the location after ‘Point Vancouver’ on Broughton’s map. Consequently, Fort Vancouver is born in 1825.
Fort Vancouver was the center for all trading in the Pacific Northwest several years. Fort Vancouver is also a center of British dominion above the Oregon Territory.
American authority is widespread the north called the part of the United States in 1846.
American troops are entered and begin Columbia Barracks. Columbia Barracks is provided as military headquarters in the Pacific Northwest, and was called “the City of Columbia” in 1849.
At last, the City of Vancouver is made in 1857.
The first Railway line is started in 1908. The line is going to the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge arrived at Vancouver. A Rail-cum-Road bridge is begun in 1910 and it was finished in 1917.
The Oldest Airport is located and provided its service at Pearson Field in 1905.
The world largest dapper plod mill is constructed for aircraft manufacture in World War I.
Vancouver’s Kaiser Shipyard was constructed in World War II.
The first flight Soviet is landing in the site Pearson Field in 1937.
Major shipbuilding centre is constructed in World War II.
Vancouver city is honored “All-America City” in 1957 and 1987.
Hudson's Bay Company’s Headquarters is established in 1825. The Oldest living apple tree is planted in Pacific Northwest in 1826. The First sawmill is opened in Pacific Northwest in 1827. The Oldest Public square is located in Pacific Northwest in Esther Short Park in 1855.
The great soldiers are provided their services in Vancouver Barracks. They ware Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, Gen. George McClellan, Gen. Philip Sheridan, Gen. O.O. Howard, and Gen. George C. Marshall.