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Burnaby (City) / Edmonds

Phone : (604) 294-7944
Your Host(s) : Municipal Administration

Burnaby, BC (Nearby: Buckingham Heights, Garden Village, Metrotown, Middlegate, Eastburn)

  • Burnaby (City)
  • Edmonds
  • Arch at entrance to Central Park, Burnaby, BC in the 1920s or early 1930s
  • Fishing at Deer Lake, Burnaby BC, 1910s

4949 Canada Way
Burnaby, British Columbia
V5G 1M2

British Columbia Tourism Region : Vancouver, Coast, & Mountains

Description From Owner:
  • Takes its name from Burnaby Lake. The latter was named a Robert Burnaby (1828-78), the fourth son of the Reverend Thomas Burnaby of Galby, Leicestershire.
  • After seventeen years of service in the Customs House in London, Burnaby came to British Columbia in 1858 with a letter of introduction from the Colonial Secretary, Sir Edw. Bulwer Lytton, and secured an appointment as private secretary to Colonel Moody
  • In this capacity he was closely associated with the survey that the Royal engineers were making of the land around New Westminster, and the lake, whose existence had been known previously, was named after him.
  • Burnaby left Moody's employ in August 1859 and joined Walter Moberly in a search Cor coal around Burrard Inlet.
  • Dr. Helmcken described Burnaby as a 'mirthful active honest pleasant little fellow.' After engaging in a variety of business enterprises, chiefly in Victoria, he returned to England in 1874.
  • Edmonds - After Henry Valentine Edmonds, born in Ireland in 1837. Edmonds was one of the original promoters of the Vancouver-New Westminster interurban railway.
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.


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Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Deer Lake, 1km
  • Burnaby Lake, 2km
  • Mount Burnaby, 6km
  • Trout Lake, 7km
  • Sasamat Lake, 11km
  • Como Lake, 9km
  • Rice Lake, 13km
  • Flower Lake, 14km
  • First Lake, 14km
  • Percy Lake, 14km
  • Dinkey Peak, 14km
  • Dog Mountain, 15km
  • Goldie Lake, 14km
  • Second Lake, 15km
  • Mystery Lake, 15km
  • Hidden Lake, 15km
  • Little Mountain, 10km
  • Mystery Peak, 15km
  • Buntzen Lake, 13km
  • De Pencier Lake, 16km
  • Munday Lake, 11km
  • Hastings Lake, 16km
  • Pump Peak, 16km
  • Tim Jones Peak, 17km
  • Theta Lake, 16km
  • Mount Seymour, 17km
  • Runner Peak, 17km
  • Gopher Lake, 17km
  • Rolf Lake, 18km
  • Mount Fromme, 17km
  • Mount Elsay, 18km
  • Lynn Peaks, 18km
  • McCombe Lake, 16km
  • The Needles, 19km
  • Eagle Mountain, 16km
  • Elsay Lake, 19km
  • Grouse Mountain, 18km
  • Beaver Lake, 14km
  • Cypress Lake, 15km
  • Dam Mountain, 19km
  • Kennedy Lake, 19km
  • Clegg Lake, 20km
  • Cypress Mountain, 16km
  • Lafarge Lake, 14km
  • Little Goat Mountain, 19km
  • Goat Mountain, 19km
  • Mount Bishop, 21km
  • Vicar Lakes, 21km
  • Coliseum Mountain, 21km
  • Little Horn Mountain, 19km