North Vancouver District


NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT, pop 84,412 (2011), overlooks the north side of BURRARD INLET across from downtown VANCOUVER. Originally the territory of the MUSQUEAM and SQUAMISH First Nations, it attracted the interest of non-aboriginals in the 1860s when LOGGING began. Pioneer Mills began operation in 1863 and the small settlement that grew up around it became known as MOODYVILLE after Sewell MOODY purchased the SAWMILL. The district incorporated on 10 Aug 1891, encompassing the entire North Shore...

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