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Living In Vancouver, BC vs Toronto, ON

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Kappelan, Oct 3, 2018.

  1. Kappelan

    Kappelan Distinguished Member

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    We are thinking about moving from Toronto Area to Vancouver Area. I've got a job offer which requires moving to Vancouver. We are all exited, although never been there. The closest places to Vancouver I've visited are Seattle and Portland.

    So we are collecting as many information as we can.

    What pros and cons of living in Vancouver.
    How is the living there compare to Toronto.

    We are thinking to buy a property: house, townhouse. So which neighbourhoods and suburbs are the best?

    We don't mind to live in suburb within an hour drive from downtown or so. Not going to drive to Vancouver everyday.

    We have to kids (5 and 7) so we want good schools and quite neighbourhood.

    So far we were thinking about Squamish, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, even Abbotsford and Cultus Lake.

    Will appreciate any suggestions, thoughts and ideas.

    Thanks.
     

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