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Campbell & Pound proudly offers real estate services to the city of North Vancouver and includes services such as residential appraisals, investment appraisals, commerical appraisals, industrial appraisals, and depreciation reports or contingecy reserve fund studies. You can be confident when using Campbell & Pound as our team of local North Vancouver appraisers have indepth knowledge of not only North Vancouver but also its neighbouring municipalities such as Vancouver, West Vancouver, and Bowen Island.

Brief History - The City of North Vancouver was incorporated in 1907. During this time, the municipality's role as the transportation centre of the North Shore expanded. People travelled up and down Lonsdale Avenue using electric streetcars. Ferry services provided access between the North Shore and the Vancouver mainland.

The first industry in North Vancouver was a lumber mill around which the company and town of Moodyville grew. Led by Sewell Prescott Moody, the first entrepreneur to export BC lumber on a successful and continuing basis to both the US and overseas, Moodyville became one of the most advanced communities along the Burrard Inlet. Moody's accomplishments nurtured this growing industry and helped to establish the harbour of Burrard Inlet as Canada's principal port on the Pacific coast.

Shipbuilding became a major industry with the First World War. In 1906, Wallace Shipyards was established at the foot of Lonsdale, an important focal point for the city that continues to this day.

In 2007, the city celebrated its centenary. The historic milestone provided opportunities to reflect on 100 years of progress and achievement. It was also a chance to commemorate the people and events that helped to shape the city into what it is today: a thriving community, rich in cultural diversity with a robust economy and a commitment to building a sustainable future.

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