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Live By The Code

June 19, 2012 | by  |  By the Numbers

Recent CoV research has revealed that residents of the V5L postal code (bordered by Burrard Inlet to the north, 1st Ave. to the south, Clark Drive in the west, and Nanaimo St. in the east) are more than twice as likely to be artists (five per cent), or employed as “cultural workers” (12 per cent), than the rest of the city (at two and seven per cent, respectively). In fact, the Grandview-Woodland area is already recognized as the city’s cultural and artistic hub, with 10 per cent of its residents employed in occupations related to “art, culture, recreation, and sport” (compared to six per cent in the rest of the city).


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