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South Cambie is A neighborhood of Vancouver in the province of British Columbia

The community was named after Henry Cambie, a Canadian Pacific Railway engineer.


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The community is bounded by 16th Avenue, Cambie Street, 41st Avenue, and Oak Street.
The neighbourhood, north of King Edward Avenue, began to develop around 1900.

The area did not become fully developed until after 1950, when the federal government made the land just north of 41st Avenue, which had been used as army barracks during the war, available for development.

Nearby parks & recreation: Douglas Park

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