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Why live in District of North Vancouver?

The District of North Vancouver has tons going for it. First, it’s more secluded than many other parts of the Metro Vancouver Area, which makes for a quiet, calming place to raise a family. It also features numerous mountains, forests, and many kilometres of coastline, which creates a natural oasis that will make you feel as though you’re much farther away from city life than you actually are. On top of all of this, the District of North Vancouver has all the amenities you could possibly need, from a hospital and a university to plenty of public transit access.

Quality and diversity of education in District of North Vancouver

The North Vancouver School District, also known as British Columbia School District No. 44, serves the entire District of North Vancouver, operating a grand total of 25 elementary schools and 7 secondary schools in the region. There are also several highly-rated post-secondary options in the vicinity, including North Vancouver’s own Capilano University. Meanwhile, the top-ranked University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Film School, the Art Institute of Vancouver, and the Emily Carr University of Art + Design are only a stone’s throw away.

Most populous cities in District of North Vancouver

The most populous neighbourhoods in the District of North Vancouver include Lynn Creek, Lynn Valley, Lions Gate/Lower Capilano, Deep Cove, Delbrook/Upper Lonsdale, Seymour, and Upper Capilano.

Quality of infrastructure for District of North Vancouver

The District of North Vancouver is connected to the rest of the city via Metro Vancouver’s TransLink public transportation system, which operates all kinds of bus routes through the area. Sadly, there is no SkyTrain service in North Vancouver. However, the SeaBus, a passenger-only ferry service, runs directly from Waterfront Station in downtown Vancouver to Lonsdale Quay in the City of North Vancouver on a daily basis. The SeaBus is one of the most efficient and popular ways to get between Vancouver and North Vancouver. Getting around by car on the North Shore is also simple thanks to the Trans Canada Highway, which turns into the Sea-to-Sky Highway as you enter West Vancouver. This highway can take you up to Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton, and more. If you wish to travel even further outside the North Shore, Vancouver International Airport is roughly 40 minutes by car. Meanwhile, downtown Vancouver has a Via Rail train stop, as well as several coach bus terminals. If it's healthcare services you need, you can access these at Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver. Vancouver’s many hospitals, like Mount Saint Joseph Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital, and Vancouver General Hospital, are also accessible.

Safety and security for District of North Vancouver

The North Vancouver Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are tasked with keeping the District of North Vancouver safe. That said, the area is known for its low crime rate, which is what attracts families with young children. Emergency services in North Vancouver can be accessed by calling 9-1-1.

District of North Vancouver property market

The District of North Vancouver is largely characterized by an affluent population and single-family homes. As one of the most desirable parts of the city, it likely won’t come as a surprise that buying a home here comes at a high price. That said, if you can afford it, you will find all sorts of beautiful properties in the District of North Vancouver, ranging from detached homes and semi-detached homes to townhomes, bungalows, and a growing number of condos.

Standard of living in District of North Vancouver

The standard of living in the District of North Vancouver is incredibly high. Between the area’s hiking, skiing, and cycling trails and pristine parks to its family-friendly amenities and luxury property options, being able to call the District of North Vancouver home is a privilege. Plus, as part of Metro Vancouver, it shares in Vancouver’s honour of being ranked the fifth most liveable city in the world in 2023 by The Global Liveability Index.

Something wonderful about District of North Vancouver

The District of North Vancouver is known as a natural playground. Why? Due to the many parks, beaches, forests, and mountains that can be found here. For instance, the District of North Vancouver encompasses Mount Seymour Provincial Park and Mount Seymour Resort, a popular skiing and snowboarding destination, as well as Grouse Mountain, known for the famous Grouse Grind hike, as well as Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and Lynn Canyon, home to the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge.

Population & demographics

Total population


Population age (%)

0-19 (23%)20-34 (15%)35-49 (21%)50-64 (23%)65+ (19%)


Average household income


Household composition (%)

Single person (23%)Multi person (3%)Single Family (73%)Multi Family (1%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (76%)Renters (24%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (76%)Iranian Persian (8%)Mandarin (3%)Others (2%)Korean (2%)Yue (Cantonese) (2%)Spanish (2%)French (1%)German (1%)