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Surrey, "The City of Parks," boasts a relaxed lifestyle; city living combined with open country space. Surrey is bounded by the Fraser River to the north, the Canada-U.S. border to the south and the municipalities of Delta and Langley to the west and east, respectively. Surrey has more than 400 parks encompassing more than 3,000 acres, many of which are in their natural state. With 371 square km, Surrey is also the largest city in BC's Lower Mainland and the second largest in population at 350,000 people.

Surrey is in close proximity to five major highways, four railways, deep-sea docking facilities and an international airport. The Skytrain rapid transit line means Vancouver is less than 35 minutes away via public transit. The Canada/U.S. border puts City Centre businesses within easy access of local, national and world markets. Surrey comprises six communities: Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey and Whalley. Credit: The City of Surrey.


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