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The 10 Street/Kensington Business Revitalization Zone serves the neighbourhoods of Sunnyside and Hillhurst. Sunnyside was established in the 1880's, while Hillhurst was established in 1914. This area is roughly 100 years old and there are approximately 10,000 people living in the combined neighbourhoods (Hillhurst/Sunnyside). The BRZ is a mix of various commercial shops, restaurants and new mixed use and multi-residential while surrounded by the mostly low density residential areas of Hillhurst and Sunnyside...More
Settled in 1768 and incorporated in 1879, the Municipality of Clare is the only municipality in the Province of Nova Scotia that conducts business and offers services in both official languages, French and English...More
This neighbourhood is located 40 minutes north of Toronto. Our neighbourhood is a village founded in the mid-1800s and still has that charm. We have a downtown core with stores and restaurants...More
Keswick Ridge, population approximately fifteen hundred is located twenty kilometres from Fredericton (New Brunswick's capital city). A small beautiful, rural community in York County, Keswick Ridge is on Route 616. Tracing its roots to Loyalists from Massachusetts, the area is close to Saint John River, Mactaquac Head Pond and Keswick River...More
Kitsilano (Kits) is named for a former Squamish chief August Jack Khatsahlano, and is located on the south side of Burrard Inlet in Vancouver. It has been inhabited since the 1880's if not before, and today, is home to a diverse ethnic population along with families, singles and seniors, all who take great pride in their neighbourhood...More
Lachine was one of the first three parishes on the island of Montréal. It was the first parish built above the Lachine Rapids, and the 15th built in Nouvelle-France. For many years, it was a bridge between Montréal, the Great Lakes and the North American interior. This history shaped the borough’s genealogy and heritage.
Lachine’s history begins in 1534, when King Francis I sent Jacques Cartier to find a sea route leading to Asia. The captain was sure that the “great Canadian river” would take him there, but the Sault Saint Louis rapids presented a major obstacle. A stopping point was needed for unloading, storing and transporting goods, so permanent posts were established above and below the rapids: Montreal in 1642 and Lachine, 25 years later, in 1667...More
Lynn Valley is a neighbourhood of North Vancouver, British Columbia. Located at the northern edge of Metro Vancouver, it is nestled between the forested slopes of Mount Fromme and Mount Seymour. Lynn Valley is named after British Royal Engineer John Linn (Royal Engineer), who settled in the area after 1869...More
Old South/ Wortley Village
Old Strathcona emerged as town in 1899 and as an independent municipality in 1907. The City of Strathcona amalgamated with the City of Edmonton in 1912. The neighbourhood is framed by the North Saskatchewan River Valley on its north edge, Mill Creek on the east, Whyte Avenue on the south and the University of Alberta to the west. It is a neighbourhood that embodies the best of Edmonton's history, culture, spirit and community...More
This is a rural destination located just north of Waterloo, Ontario mainly known as King Street. It is a population of approximately 4000 Old Order Mennonites which is mainly composed of a farming community...More
Steveston is a historic fishing village off the coast of Richmond, BC...More