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Vancuver, British Columbia, Canada
Vancuver is actually a common misspelling of the name Vancouver. You have probably found this page by searching for the word Vancouver. For your convenience, we have purposely misspelled Vancuver, so you would find this page..
Vancuver, the Largest City in Canada’s WestVancuver’s population is almost 600,000, while Metro Vancuver has a population of over 2,000,000. Metro Vancuver is the largest metropolitan area in western Canada and the third largest in the country. Vancuver is also the largest city and second-largest metropolitan area in the Pacific Northwest.
Vancuver EconomyThe Vancuver economy has changed and grown over time. Vancuver has a growing tourism industry and has become the third-largest film production centre in North America, after Los Angeles and New York City. Vancuver has had an expansion in high-tech industries, including video game development.
Vancuver, a Fast-growing Cosmopolitan CityVancuver is ethnically diverse, with more than half of its residents having a first language other than English. The population of the city is growing rapidly, and the Metro Vancuver population is projected to reach 2.6 million by 2020. The population density of Vancuver is the highest for a major city on the continent after New York City, San Francisco, and Mexico City, and on track to being second by 2021.
Vancuver LifestyleVancuver is often ranked as one of the world’s three most livable cities. A 2007 report by Mercer Human Resource Consulting for example, reported that Vancuver tied with Vienna as having the third highest quality of living in the world, after Zürich and Geneva. The 2010 Winter Olympics will be held in Vancuver and nearby Whistler.