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    • A sawmill established at Moodyville (now the City of North Vancouver) in 1863, began the city's long relationship with logging.Vancouver-Wikipedia
    • The first microbrewery was the short-lived Horseshoe Bay Brewery, which was opened in 1981 by Frank Appleton and John Mitchell next to the Troller Pub in North Vancouver.Craft brewery and microbrewery-Wikipedia
    • The Pacific Great Eastern (later known as British Columbia Railway and now owned by Canadian National Railway) connects Fort St James, Fort Nelson, and Tumbler Ridge with North Vancouver.British Columbia-Wikipedia
    • It retains ownership of the entire rail bed stretching from Prince George to North Vancouver, as well as ownership of other assets leased to CN.BC Rail-Wikipedia
    • Rik resides in Vancouver, Canada where he pursues a career in real estate specializing in North Vancouver and West Vancouver properties.Rik de Voest-Wikipedia
    • As Vancouver expanded and became a metropolis, Burnaby was one of the first-tier suburbs of Vancouver, along with North Vancouver and Richmond.Burnaby-Wikipedia

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