Burrard Inlet on the West Coast of Canada

Burrard Inlet is a coastal fjord in South Western British Columbia formed in the last ice age. It is the home of the indigenous Musquem, Tsielil-wautu and Squamish peoples and has been continuously inhabited for thousands of years. The area is rich in wildlife and the waters are used by commercial and recreational boaters making it environmentally controversial.


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Burrard Inlet is a coastal fjord separating the City of Vancouver and the North Shore mountain communities of West and North Vancouver. It is the home of the indigenous Musquem, Tsielil-wautu and Squamish peoples and has been continuously inhabited for thousands of years. It extends from the Straits of Georgia 25 km, almost due East to Port Moody and there is a connecting mountainous fjord known as Indian Arm that extends Northward another 20 km.

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