Dunbar residents run the gamut from retirees to UBC students crammed into overcrowded houses. Southward you’ll find a network of equestrian stables and the quietest waterfront parks in the city. North, you’ll find a family-friendly community with tree-lined streets and a small but unique retail district. Though most of Vancouver’s one-stop-shop grocers are larger chains, you’ll find Dunbar’s high street to be a breath of fresh air, with older family businesses maintaining a personal connection to their customers you’d expect in smaller, more rural towns.
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