SurreyWith a population of over 500,000, the city of Surrey is adjacent to the city of Langley (to the East) and is Metro Vancouver’s second largest municipality, while being one of the fastest growing cities in Canada. It is accessible from the city of New Westminster by the Patullo Bridge that crosses over the Fraser River. Ethnically diverse, with a large proportion of residents being South Asian and over 40% of residents speaking a first language that is not English, Surrey is known for restaurants that offer delicious authentic East Indian cuisine, and it hosts the Vaisakhi Parade & Celebration held annually in April. Growing by leaps and bounds, Surrey is currently experiencing some growing pains but is a dynamic business hub with the substantial shopping malls of Guildford Town Centre and Central City. As it comes into its own, and with its close proximity to Vancouver (a 30-minute drive), Surrey holds a great deal of promise as Vancouver’s sister city of the future for both conducting business and raising a family. At its southernmost tip, Surrey borders the United States and is the gateway to British Columbia, Canada’s American neighbours.
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