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Burnaby

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Burnaby is city of Canada (British Columbia). The population of Burnaby: 202,799 people. Geographic coordinates of Burnaby: 49.26636 x -122.95263.

Country Canada
International title Burnaby
Population 202,799 people
Timezone America/Vancouver
State British Columbia
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 49.26636 x Longitude: -122.95263

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