Home | City of Vancouver
This is the official site of the City of Vancouver, in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Here you will learn all about the City's organization, its neighbourhoods, services, recreation and cultural opportunities and more.
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Santa Barbara - Home
The City of Santa Barbara Web Site includes information regarding the City Charter, Mayor and City Council, City Departments, Public Notices, Local Information, Visitor Information, City Budget Information, and links to web sites with local information.
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Region of Waterloo Home - Region of Waterloo
Waterloo Region is a vital, prosperous area, located in Southern Ontario in the centre of the triangle formed by three Great Lakes: Ontario, Erie and Huron. Three urban municipalities Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo , and four rural townships North Dumfries, Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich. make up Waterloo Region. With a combined population of over 525,000, Waterloo Region is one of the fastest growing areas in Ontario. Our unique balance of the urban and rural, our proximity to major North American markets and transportation networks, our diverse ethnic makeup, and our excellent education, health, cultural and recreational facilities contribute to the allure this area has for families and businesses.
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City of Coquitlam
City of Coquitlam. Official city site. Includes information on municipal government, transportation, employment, leisure activities, schedules, community services, and parks.
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City of Portland, Maine
City Hall Of Portland 389 Congress Street,,Portland, ME 04101, (207)874-8300. Visit our website where we describe the,unique characteristics of living and doing business in Portland, Maine.,City government furnishes information about municipal services and lets,residents send e-mail directly to City Council.
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