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(There is a Vancouver Street but confusingly, it's in the suburb of New Westminster!) 1808: Simon Fraser, an explorer and fur trader, arrived here following an overland route from Eastern Canada by a river he thought was the Columbia.It was the first permanent non-native settlement in the Vancouver area.

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1890: The first lighthouse was built at Brockton Point. 1891: The city's first tram-based public transit system, the Interurban started. Up until that time you had to walk through bushes to get to it.

1888: The last body was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, the graveyard of many of Vancouver's earliest citizens.

The cemetery stretched from Brockton Point to the Nine o'clock Gun. In 1888, the road that would eventually wind around Stanley Park was first constructed in the Brockton Point area.

They seemed to be quite satisfied with the beaches teeming with seafood-they named English Bay “Ayyulshun,” which means 'soft under feet'. Not to mention that nearby is the mouth of a big river emptying into a vast ocean where big, fat, silvery salmon swam by six months out of every year.

1592 to 1774 AD: The Spaniards cruised by as part of their exploration of Canada's west coast.

1890: The first lighthouse was built at Brockton Point. 1891: The city's first tram-based public transit system, the Interurban started. Up until that time you had to walk through bushes to get to it.

1888: The last body was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, the graveyard of many of Vancouver's earliest citizens.

The cemetery stretched from Brockton Point to the Nine o'clock Gun. In 1888, the road that would eventually wind around Stanley Park was first constructed in the Brockton Point area.

They seemed to be quite satisfied with the beaches teeming with seafood-they named English Bay “Ayyulshun,” which means 'soft under feet'. Not to mention that nearby is the mouth of a big river emptying into a vast ocean where big, fat, silvery salmon swam by six months out of every year.

1592 to 1774 AD: The Spaniards cruised by as part of their exploration of Canada's west coast.

Port Moody was miffed but Granville grew like wildfire.