About West Vancouver
West Vancouver is a blend of convenient amenities surrounded by stunning ocean and mountain views. It is bordered by Lion’s Gate Bridge and Horseshoe Bay and was called the ‘Culture Capital of Canada’ in 2006. Nearby amenities include Cypress Provincial Park, a venue of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, Ambleside Beach, scuba diving hotspot Whytecliff Park, and Lighthouse Park, featuring some old growth forest. Golf courses and the oldest mall in Canada, Park Royal Shopping Centre, are also nearby. West Vancouver has a rich history in residential design, and is considered the birthplace of iconic ‘west coast style’ residential architecture, developed between 1945-1975. West Vancouver also has a rich history of aboriginal and First Nations Peoples. Stroll through one of the many parks, explore ancient Canadian rainforests, or simply take in the stunning views of the North Shore mountains and the Pacific Ocean all around you. Receive as much assistance as you like. We have the lifestyle you desire, including a separate neighbourhood in our community devoted to memory care.
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