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One of the major concerns when relocating will more than likely be related to real estate and investment opportunities; however, when you find locations such as Walnut Grove, BC, the concerns turn into options, and relocation turns into sheer excitement. Walnut Grove is located just north of Langley and east of Vancouver British Columbia. For those that have been looking for a smaller area in which to relocate to, you'll find that Walnut Grove will provide you with all that is needed when it comes to real estate, education, and Parks and Recreation. Here you'll discover more about this wonderful area, and why you should choose this area as a relocation opportunity.

* Real Estate

When it comes to real estate opportunities, you'll find that there are a vast number of options available for you and Walnut Grove, BC. Whether you are looking for riverfront property, property close to Parks and Recreation, single or multifamily homes, you'll find all this and much more in the beautiful location of Walnut Grove. In addition, you'll find that there are investment opportunities located in the area in the form of new construction. There are new homes being built in areas off of 96 Ave, 100th Ave, and along McKinnon Crescent.

* Education

Regardless of the location you plan to relocate, educational opportunities will be important. You'll find that all your educational needs will be close by in areas such as Langley, Surrey and Abbotsford. For those seeking higher education the British Columbia Institute of Technology is located nearby in Burnaby. If you are seeking higher education in the form of a university, you'll find that the well-known Simon Fraser University is located in Burnaby as well. Each of these locations will provide you with all that is needed when it comes to higher education.

* Parks and Recreation

For those that love to take advantage of a little outdoor activity, you'll find that the Derby Reach Regional Park is located just to the north which will provide you and the entire family with hiking, jogging, walking, nature trails, picnics, and a variety of outdoor activities you'll be able to enjoy in this lovely area. For those that like to partake in golf, you'll find that the Fort Langley Golf Club is located just to the east off of 96 Ave, and the Belmont Golf Course is located just to the southeast off of Glover Road. For those that would like to enjoy Parks on a larger scale, you'll find that just to the north resides Golden Ears Provincial Park. This is a location that will provide everything you could possibly require when it comes to outdoor activities. This will include environmental exploration, fishing, and camping to name only a few.

So, if you have any major concerns when it comes to relocating, Walnut Grove, BC will more than likely provide you with everything needed when it comes to a lovely area in which to live. You'll be able to take advantage of the real estate opportunities, the educational institutions in the area, and the Parks and recreational activities that are available for you in and around this lovely location. With that being said, if you are making plans to relocate and you need to purchase a new property, you'll definitely want to consider Walnut Grove when it comes to purchasing your new home.

Local Attractions

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The Huffington Post B.C. The much-touted Compass Card being rolled out by TransLink this fall came under attack Wednesday when it emerged that passengers who preferred to stick with cash will be heavily penalized. Bus tickets purchased by cash will no longer be valid for transfer onto the SkyTrain system, instead, travelers will have to purchase a second fare to continue their journey. ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-14
The Huffington Post B.C.  |  By Jesse Ferreras Happily Ever After? Not for Dina Goldstein, a Vancouver photographer whose work exploring the darker side of the Disney princess story is garnering international attention. In her "Fallen Princesses" project, Snow White is an unhappy mother of four, Pocahontas is a reclusive cat lady, Belle has mangled her body with plastic ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-09

Construction and Expansion

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Here is a terrific limited time offer that I have received and would like to share.  Contact me today to view and take advantage of this offer! VERVE I am so excited to be here to help you achieve your homeownership dreams in Surrey City Centre's best new home community - Verve. Check out my video below for the latest news including move-in dates and your last chance to SAVE 2 years of Strata ... Read More...
Posted by Bobby Bisla on 2014-03-22
Simon Druker VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – Vancouver is trying to make it more affordable for renters and owners in the city. A new bylaw is being given the go-ahead by Vancouver City Council, allowing lock-off suites in the Norquay area. Brian Jackson with the City of Vancouver says the suites let an owner separate a bedroom, bathroom and kitchen in an apartment or townhouse and rent ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-15

Community Events

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The Huffington Post Canada  You wouldn’t think of the Harper government as warriors fighting Big Business, but in the Great Telecom War of 2013, that’s the position they’re taking. Or maybe it would be more accurate to say they're fighting Big Business on behalf of another big business — in this case, Verizon. In the latest salvo, newly-appointed Industry Minister ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-14
by CHARLIE SMITH  Rabindranath Tagore (seated centre) slept in the West 2nd Avenue gurdwara because the city's top hotel wouldn't rent him a room. BENGALI POET, ESSAYIST, and songwriter Rabindranath Tagore was a literary giant of the early 20th century, becoming the first non-European ever to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.   But his international ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-11

Family & Kids

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CTV British Columbia  Published Monday, August 12, 2013 12:00AM PDT  Last Updated Monday, August 12, 2013 2:32PM PDT CTV / Live Nation VIP Experience: Selena Gomez – Stars Dance World Tour Watch CTV Morning Live on Wednesday, August 14th from 5:30 AM to 8 AM for your chance to win the CTV / Live Nation VIP Experience to Selena Gomez – Stars Dance World Tour ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-13
CTV British Columbia  Published Monday, August 12, 2013 10:00AM PDT  The Fair at the PNE August 17 – September 2, 2013 Since 1910 fairgoers from across BC and around the world have made The Fair at the PNE their beloved annual end-of-summer tradition and the largest ticketed event in the province. This year The Fair at the PNE is proud to unveil a multi-million dollar entertainment ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-13

Parks & Recreation

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By Peter Meiszner  Outside Magazine has named Vancouver’s Grouse Grind one of the top 10 most dangerous hikes in the world. The magazine for outdoor aficionados says most of the problems arise because of unprepared hikers. The magazine notes three people have died on the trail since 1999. It also says up to 80 technical rescues occur on the trail every year.   Outside ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-15
Published Monday, August 12, 2013 12:00PM PDT  Celebrate! Stanley Park 125th Years – “Weekend in Stanley Park” CONTEST OFFICIAL RULES AND REGULATIONS Monday, Auugst 12 to Friday, August 16, 2013 1. TO ENTER the Celebrate! Stanley Park 125th Years – “Weekend in Stanley Park” contest (“Contest”), simply visit the web site located at http://bc.ctvnews.ca, ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-13

Market Reports and Conditions

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VANCOUVER — Home sales in the Vancouver region picked up in March compared with a year ago, but were still well below the long-term average for the month, according to the city’s real estate board. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said Wednesday there were 2,641 homes sold through its Multiple Listing Service, up from 2,347 a year ago. However, the tally fell short of the ... Read More...
Posted by Bobby Bisla on 2014-04-03
MICHAEL BABAD The Globe and Mail Home sales forecast to rise Canada’s housing market may well be enjoying a Goldilocks moment: Not too hot, not too cold. “It’s a balanced and well-behaved market,” Robert Kavcic of BMO Nesbitt Burns said today after the Canadian Real Estate Association released its July sales report and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. unveiled its ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-15

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

Cactus Club Yaletown posted WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 at 11:30PM It was last Friday night, Aug 9. I a brunette wearing a peach colored top was sitting at the bar having dinner and drinks with a male co-worker. You tall, dark and handsome wearing a fitted t-shirt over your well built body were sitting across the way by yourself for a while having dinner, drinks and dessert before ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-15
BY FRANK LUBA, THE PROVINCE Forget alligators, the real problem in sewers is ‘fatbergs’ — such as the monster blob of congealed fat and baby wipes that recentlyclogged a London sewer. That beastly blockage weighed an astounding 15 tonnes. Metro Vancouver may not yet have had a ‘fatberg’ like that but Mike Boss, a senior engineer in maintenance and operations ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-09

Schools & Universities

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YouTube Screenshot I’m in a tiny office in a swank tower in Toronto’s financial core with Dale Smith, who runs a career-counselling business. I’ve been told he makes promises he doesn’t keep and charges a high price for access to job postings anyone can find on Google. He sets down a contract. “My favourite, in the whole page, is the client-satisfaction guarantee,” ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-01
Vancouver's newest downtown elementary school, being built in an area surrounded by highrises, will itself be four storeys tall, the first in the city's history. The school on Expo Blvd., between Carrall and Abbott streets, is scheduled to open in the fall of 2015. It will house 510 students and boast a step-like design with part of the building cantilevered five metres over the adjacent Andy ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-07-25

Shopping

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Know your price and your range Let’s say you’re out looking for some denim. If you have your ideal price ($55) and an acceptable range ($35-$90), you won’t be out of options if the pair you were eyeing is unavailable or you just can’t find it. Have this range in your head before you go out; that way you won’t be questioning any of your purchases in case you can’t ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-15
A cash settlement is available to Canadians who bought certain laptops made by Dell, HP, Apple, Sony and Compaq with Nvidia Graphics chips in them between as early as 2006 and as recently as 2010 depending on the computer model purchased. The full list of the computers at issue can be found at this link: http://harrisonpensa.com/expertise/class-actions/list-of-cases/nvidia-graphics-processors  ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-09

Sports & Activities

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Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-15
Kim Nursall, The Canadian Press  VANCOUVER -- Activist and actor George Takei, best known as helmsman Lt. Sulu in the original Star Trek series, is boldly going where tens of thousands have gone before, denouncing Russia's anti-gay laws, calling instead for the 2014 Games to move to Vancouver from Sochi. He's the latest celebrity to weigh in on the Olympic controversy, endorsing a petition ... Read More...
Posted by David Hutchinson on 2013-08-08
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