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The neighbourhood of Cameron can be found in the city of Burnaby, British Columbia, which is situated in the Metro Vancouver metropolitan area.


Cameron will draw property owners that value a variety of methods of transportation. The public transit network in Cameron is quite accessible as a result of Lougheed Town Centre Station with access to the Expo Skytrain and Millennium Skytrain, and approximately 10 nearby bus lines. Active house buyers will also enjoy the reasonably walk-friendly character of this area; many common errands can be run on foot. The bike is a rather poor method of transportation in this part of Burnaby as the cycling network is not very comprehensive, and there is a considerable amount of elevation changes.


A supermarket is ordinarily accessible within a short walk from most properties for sale in Cameron. Furthermore, those who enjoy dining in restaurants or cafes will have a fair number of options in this part of the city. It is also convenient to reach a selection of clothing stores on foot. When it comes to education, in Cameron, parents and their kids will usually be able to access daycares and schools by walking.


There are a lot of green spaces to enjoy in Cameron, as well as some areas with a vibrant feel. Public green spaces are very easy to access since there are a few of them close by for residents to visit. Numerous areas of this neighbourhood are very serene and quiet, but some other parts can be noisy, especially closer to Trans-Canada Highway or the railway line.


In Cameron, most buildings are large apartment buildings, and the rest are mainly small apartment buildings. This part of the city is primarily composed of one bedroom and two bedroom homes. The proportions of homeowners and renters are about even. About 45% of properties in this area were built in the 1960s and 1970s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1980s and the 2000s.