Surrey is the second-largest city in British Columbia, next to Vancouver. Surrey is located in the southwest region of the province, close to Burnaby, Vancouver, and other urban areas with lots of services and industries. It’s a part of the metro Vancouver region, and it’s closely located to the border boundary between Canada and the United States, where there’s a white arch situated. Surrey is near many scenic and popular tourist spots, including the Historic Stewart Farm, Ocean Point Shoreline Walk, and many beaches and natural areas.
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There is a lot of potential for visitors to Canada through this border crossing, including tours of the city, retailers, cultural events, and restaurants.
Yes. There are retail locations for all of Canada’s central banks in Surrey, with insurance and wealth management companies.
Local tours are a great way to enjoy the popular travel industry in B.C., and Surrey is a top destination. While some seasons are busier than others, tourism offers an excellent opportunity as a new business or guide for visitors to the city and region.
Yes. Surrey is ideal for family living and an affordable place to start a company.