Survey Results: Regional Breakdown

September 5, 2018

Metro Vancouver has long enjoyed a reputation for excellent quality of life, but residents and businesses seem to be falling out of love with the place we call home. But is that the same sentiment across the board in each municipality? With the civic election a mere six weeks away, FleishmanHillard High Road, Mustel Group and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade teamed up to find out what residents think of affordability, transportation, housing, taxation and investment. Here are the key findings broken down by region:

  • City of Vancouver
  • Burnaby/New Westminster
  • Northshore
  • Southeast Region: Surrey, North Delta, Langley, White Rock
  • Northeast Region: Tri-cities, Maple Ridge
  • Southwest Region: Richmond, South Delta, Tsawwassen

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