DeltaJust 27km from the city of Vancouver and 22km from the United States border, Delta is part of Greater Vancouver, mostly rural and surrounded by water on three sides, with the Fraser River to the north and the Georgia Strait to the south and west. Rich in soil, Delta is one of the most important agricultural areas in Metro Vancouver. It is appreciated for its safe, quiet neighbourhoods, nature parks and wildlife. Many residents commute daily for work and most are middle-class families. Comprised of three neighbourhoods – suburban North Delta, historic Ladner and luxurious, residential Tsawassen – Delta had a population of 108,455 in 2021, with North Delta being the most populous. The city is ideal for lovers of the outdoors, including hikers, bird watchers and cyclists. Migratory birds from October to April and waterfowl the rest of the year abound since Delta is located in the Pacific Migratory Flyway, and the George C. Reifel Bird Sanctuary is the perfect place for the best sightings. Delta features a plethora of cycling paths through parks, along the waterfront or on back-country roads. From all over the globe, people travel to Delta to take part in the three-day Tour de Delta cycling race. In the southeast part of Delta, Centennial Beach can be found in Boundary Bay Regional Park for family fun on the long stretch of sandy beach.
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